Upcoming Events

MAS-4.1 Ornamental Plaster Medallion Casting

MAS-4.1 Ornamental Plaster Medallion Casting
March 28-29 2017
Telford, PA
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Traditional Building Conference

Traditional Building Conference
March 28-29 2017
Charleston, SC
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The Traditional Building Conference Series delivers focused, relevant education for architects, contractors, craftspeople, designers, building owners and facilities managers in a time efficient format at beautiful historic venues. In a two-day interactive symposium you will learn from best-in-class experts and practitioners about historic preservation; adaptive use, urban infill, classical design; sustainable design building restoration/maintenance; and traditional craft.

 

Traditional Timber Frame Research Advisory Group (TTRAG) Conference

Traditional Timber Frame Research Advisory Group (TTRAG) Conference
March 31 - April 2 2017
Northhmpton, MA
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This spring, The Traditional Timber Frame Research Advisory Group, (TTRAG) will host a 3-day conference and tour in western Massachusetts. This conference will feature a tour of the Northfield area led by J. Ritchie Garrison and Bill Flynt. Mr. Flynt is an architectural conservator at Historic Deerfield and will be presenting on dendrochronology and Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) carbon 14 dating. Mr. Garrison is the director of the Winterthur Program in American Material Culture at the University of Delaware, and has studied and written about the material culture of Franklin County, MA, extensively. In addition to leading the Saturday tour, he will be speaking about his 2006 publication, Two Carpenters: Architecture and Building in Early New England. The book relates an account of the lives of two brothers, Calvin and George Stearns, who were carpenters during the first half of the nineteenth century.

 

Flint Hils Stonework Symposium and Workshops

Flint Hills Stonework Symposium and Workshops
April 30 - May 7 2017
Cottonwood Falls, KS
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The Stone Foundation invites you to attend the Flint Hills Stonework Symposium and Workshops, from April 30th to May 7th 2017 in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas. Cottonwood Falls lies at the heart of East-central Kansas' scenic Flint Hills. Hidden in these rolling grasslands are countless stories of Native American and pioneer history, rich cattle ranching culture, and limestone! The Flint Hills, so named by famous explorer Zebulon Pike, for the numerous chert or flint deposits eroded from limestone outcrops. The result of ancient sea beds, limestone outcrops and the flint have helped preserve the prairie landscape from the plow and progress. These limestone outcrops provided building material in a relatively treeless landscape. Post Civil War settlers, and European immigrants have left their mark here. Structures such as stone fences, bridges, cellars, barns, homes, city businesses and churches are evidence of the 1880's stone crafts. Countless tons of stone are still quarried today supplying the next generations of sculptors and masons with material to leave their own mark.

 

The Traditional Building Conference

The Traditional Building Conference
July 18-19, 2017
Salem, MA
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The Traditional Building Conference Series delivers focused, relevant education for architects, contractors, craftspeople, designers, building owners and facilities managers in a time efficient format at beautiful historic venues. In a two-day interactive symposium you will learn from best-in-class experts and practitioners about historic preservation; adaptive use, urban infill, classical design; sustainable design building restoration/maintenance; and traditional craft.

 

Stained Glass Association of America 108th Annual Summer Conference

Stained Glass Association of America 108th Annual Summer Conference
July 31 - August 2, 2017
Raleigh, NC
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An SGAA Conference is a three-day conversation and we don’t want you to miss a word! It is not just about wonderful lectures and classes; it is about talking to your peers—not your competition. Because you might just have the answer to my problem, the encouragement to my concern, the question I can answer.

It’s a conversation on all levels. Whether 2 years, 20 years, or 200 years—we are all glass artists with the same tools and the same dreams. Raleigh will have—not only the art you love—but business information and trends that will help you to be successful in this art of glass.

 

2017 International Preservation Trades Workshop

2017 International Preservation Trades Workshop
September 8-10, 2017
Detroit, MI
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Details coming soon!

 

Association for Preservation Technology International Conference 2017

Association for Preservation Technology International Conference 2017
October 11-14, 2017
Ottawa, ON
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This conference is jointly hosted by the Association for Preservation Technology and the National True of Canada. This year it has a wonderful slogan of CAPITALizing on Heritage, Community, Government, & Savior-Faire.

 

Association for Preservation Technology International Conference 2017

PastForward, National Trust Conference
November 14-17, 2017
Chicago, IL
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PastForward is the premier educational and networking event for those in the business of saving places.

Art, advocacy, and innovation are the hallmarks of preservation in Chicago. Here, outstanding architecture and diverse neighborhoods have become a proving ground for preservation approaches. At PastForward 2017 we'll put the emphasis on "Forward," exploring the next generation of preservation tools and techniques—high-tech, big data, virtual.

 

Association for Preservation Technology International Conference 2017

Association for Preservation Technology International Conference 2017
October 11-14, 2017
Ottawa, ON
Additional Information

This conference is jointly hosted by the Association for Preservation Technology and the National True of Canada. This year it has a wonderful slogan of CAPITALizing on Heritage, Community, Government, & Savior-Faire.

 

Traditional Building Conference

Traditional Building Conference
December, 2017
New York, NY
Additional Information

The Traditional Building Conference Series delivers focused, relevant education for architects, contractors, craftspeople, designers, building owners and facilities managers in a time efficient format at beautiful historic venues. In a two-day interactive symposium you will learn from best-in-class experts and practitioners about historic preservation; adaptive use, urban infill, classical design; sustainable design building restoration/maintenance; and traditional craft.

 

See the Calendar Below for the Current Workshop Schedule