Heritage Conservation Symposium TOMORROW @ USC

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As the LA area continues to sprawl, development starts to go into areas that are traditionally averse to growth. This can cause a rift between low and middle income and developers looking to advance profits and real estate holdings.

The University of Southern California School of Architecture has often led the charge in balancing the two and their annual symposium of conservation is tomorrow.

Expect a star-studded line up of speakers covering hot topics in the world of gentrification and the future of development in our local cities.  

SCHEDULE:

09:30 – coffee/tea/fruit/pastries in courtyard

10:00 – Welcome (Trudi Sandmeier)

10:15 – Session 1 - USC/MHC – A Brief Look Back

                Jeff Chusid; Ken Breisch; Trudi Sandmeier

11:00 – break

11:15 – Session 2 – Telling a More Complete Story

                Laura Dominguez (moderator); Kristen Hayashi; Luis Hoyos; Shayne Watson

12:30 – Lunch and Archives Bazaar field trip

02:00 – Session 3 – Gentrification and Conservation

                Sian Winship (moderator); Eric Avila; Wendy Cheng; Andrew Wiese

03:30 – Session 4 – Context and Perspective (Gail Dubrow)

04:00 – Session 5 – Looking Forward (Dean Milton Curry)

04:30 – cocktail reception

For more information:  Symposium Website

 

 

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