Wednesday, May 18, 2022
The Sustainable Design of Historic Buildings
Part 3 of "The Greenest Building" webinar series discusses the environmental benefits of preservation through sustainable design projects across Arizona. We can learn from past generations’ designs to learn how buildings can be best designed for their climate and landscape. This can be through designing new buildings based off that knowledge and incorporate them into rehabilitation projects.
Presenters: Don Ryden, Russ Myers, and Jason Wills
Wednesday, April 6, 2022
Adaptive Reuse Across Arizona
Part 1 of "The Greenest Building" webinar series highlights the environmental benefits of preservation through adaptive reuse projects across Arizona. There are many ways to make use of vacant buildings to best serve the community, incorporate sustainable design, and reduce waste. We welcome three subject matter experts in their fields: Jeremy Haines and the U.S. Forest Service's Rooms with a View program, restaurateur Craig DeMarco on his company's unique and popular dining establishments, and architect Corky Poster on his firm's work on numerous southern Arizona landmarks. There will also be a Q&A session and resource guide.
Presenters: Jeremy Haines, Corky Poster, and Craig DeMarco
Thursday, January 20, 2022
Recognizing & Interpreting Historical Materials (Ceramics)
Are you a professional archaeologist, current student, historian, or individual just interested in learning more about historical archaeology and how to recognize and interpret historical materials? The Historical Archaeology Advisory Committee (HAAC), Arizona State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), and Arizona Preservation Foundation (APF) are presenting a free webinar series with the focus of the first webinar on Thursday, January 20, 2022, on ceramics. Register here.
Moderator: Margaret Hangan, National Park Service
November 18, 2020
Examining the Role of Diversity and Inclusion in Arizona Archaeology
This Arizona Preservation in Place webinar confronts the issues of bias, cultural justice, objectivity, race, and racism in Arizona archaeology today. The session will feature an introduction by William White on archaeology’s whiteness problem followed by a question-focused discussion with a diverse sample of Arizona’s professional Native, Black, Hispanic, and White archaeologists.
Moderator: Daniel Garcia, Arizona Archaeological Council
Wednesday, May 4, 2022
How a Single Citizen Can Make a Difference in Strengthening a Historic Preservation Culture
In the long run, educating young people about historic preservation, heritage, and civic memory is the key to a robust historic preservation culture in the future. Every community has the issue of strengthening citizen involvement. Even those that get involved, there's a struggle with making sure the involvement is positive and produces results. This session tells the story of one citizen's journey along the path of impacting the historic preservation culture of one community in a positive way by focusing on education and involvement.
Presenter: Steve Schumacher
Thursday, March 24, 2022
Recognizing & Interpreting Historical Materials (Tools, Hardware, Tack, and Personal Items)
This presentation provides a summary of tools, hardware, tack, and personal items. New technologies in the twentieth century influenced the production of new tools and hardware that are still common today. Join presenter Thomas Jones on March 24, 2022 from 7 pm to 8 pm (MST/Arizona Time). Register here.
Presenter: Thomas Jones, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.
Wednesday, December 8, 2021
Uncovering & Celebrating LGBTQ2S+ History in Arizona
A panel of historians and preservation advocates who have been working with LGBTQ2S+ communities in several states will provide user-friendly documents and tools that they used to record the histories of these communities. Q&A to follow to discuss how these lessons can be applied to telling the stories important to LGBTQ2S+ communities across the state. Attendees will help us build a list of places significant for their association with LGBTQ2S+ history that will be publicly available. Register here.
Moderator: Marshall Shore, Arizona's Hip Historian
Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Pivoting for the Holidays. How Rural Downtowns are Planning for the 2020 Winter Holiday Season… and beyond
Communities across the state have spent much of their pandemic downtime reimagining their events and most currently planning for upcoming holiday activities. During this webinar, representatives from four rural communities will share how they have pivoted over the last few months in response to the pandemic, talk about their efforts and programs they have implemented to support their local businesses during these challenging times, and highlight some of the events and promotions they have planned for this year’s winter season and into 2021.
Moderator: Lani Lott, Arizona Downtown Alliance
Wednesday, April 20, 2022
Architectural Salvaging & Deconstruction
Part 2 of "The Greenest Building" webinar series discusses how we can be mindful of the environment when a building is set for demolition through salvaging and deconstruction projects. There are many pieces of a building that can be reused, from the wood and bricks to the interior fixtures. After the presentations of our subject matter experts, we'll hold a Q&A session and link to available resources.
Presenters: James Trahan, 180 Degrees Inc.; Karen Jayne and Alexis Yaple, Stardust; and Alana Levine, Arizona State University
Thursday, February 17, 2022
Recognizing & Interpreting Historical Materials (Insulators & Ammunition)
This presentation provides a summary of development of glass and ceramic insulators, as well as ammunition in the late historical period (ca. 1865–1972). These artifact types are quite common on archaeological sites and other historical resources in Arizona (i.e., buildings, structures, and objects). Join presenter Thomas Jones on February 17, 2022 from 7 pm to 8 pm (Arizona Time). Register here.
Presenter: Thomas Jones, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.
Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Whose History is it Anyway? ~ Empowering Communities of Color to Identify and Preserve their own Stories
A diverse panel of interesting subject matter experts will provide user-friendly information and tools to residents and neighbors to record the histories of their communities of color as well as listing properties that are important to them.
Keynote Speaker: Eduardo Obregón Pagán, ASU
Thursday, August 27, 2020
The Dunbar Pavilion and the Challenge of Preserving Black Place as Black Space in Tucson, Arizona
By preserving and restoring diverse places of meaning and robust spaces of cultural activity, the preservation and development sector can live up to being more than keeping buildings standing. Activating and sustaining cultural heritage space and expanding opportunity in Tucson's black communities will require an evaluation of systems and Tucson's ability to adapt.
Contact: Debi Chess, Executive Director, Dunbar Pavilion