Indianapolis National Preservation Conference Session Evaluations
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CTH100 Building Reuse: Obstacles and Solutions
CTH110 Getting Started: Property Intervention from A-Z
CTH115 Historic Districts - A Second 50 Years - A Critical Status Report and Look Forward
CTH120 Industrial Heritage Preservation: An Advanced Primer
CTH140 Leveraging the Economic “Halo Effect” of Historic Sacred Places
CTH150 Next Generation of Preservation Professionals
CTH160 Planning Successful Tax Credit Rehabilitations: Part One
CTH170 Spans to Somewhere: Creative Outcomes for Large Transportation Projects in Historic Settings
CTH180 Survey Slam: The Latest in Survey Techniques and Approaches
CTH200 Alternative Funding Approaches for Adaptive Use Projects
CTH210 Art, Heritage and Quality of Life: Lessons from the Venice Biennale
CTH220 Industrial Restoration: Making the Impossible Possible
CTH230 Planning Successful Tax Credit Rehabilitations:Part Two
CTH240 Policy and Preservation: Solving Unintended Consequences of Regulation and Incentives
CTH250 Politics, PR, Preservation and Prentice: How Communications Strategies Support Advocacy
CTH260 Rights-Based Approaches to Cultural Heritage
CTH270 Sustainability and Active Living: Finding Allies & Funding for Successful Preservation Projects
CTH280 Using Visitor Input for a Business Model that Works
CTH300 Bridging the GAPP: Mapping a New Policy Agenda for Shale Gas Development and Historic Preservation
CTH310 Creating Communities for a Lifetime
CTH320 Seeing Redevelopment Through a Different Lens
CTH330 It's All Strategic: A Data-based Approach to Neighborhood Revitalization
CTH340 New Innovative Business Models for Historic Sites
CTH350 New Media, New Audiences: Case Studies in Social Media
CTH360 Presence and Absence: 19th Century African American Communities and the Underground Railroad
CTH370 Preserving Product and Process: Living Cultural Landscapes within U.S. Policy Framework
CTH380 Realizing the Energy Efficiency Potential of Small Buildings
CFR100 All In: Crowd Sourced Mapping of Heritage Assets
CFR110 Can Two Become One? NEPA and NHPA in the 21st Century
CFR120 Economic Research: Worth Its Weight in Gold
CFR130 Historic Real Estate Finance: A National Development Council Perspective
CFR140 History Is Not Was, It Is: Preservation As a Meaningful Tool for Addressing Community Change
CFR150 Insights on Preservation Politics: Keeping Historic Districts Vital
CFR160 Powering Preservation: Success Stories of 21st Century Sustainability in Old Buildings
CFR170 Strange Bedfellows: Unexpected and Successful Partnerships at Historic Sites
CFR180 Winning the War on Historic Windows - New Research, New Results
CFR190 World of Preservation Solutions: An Intro. to the ICOMOS Intern'l. Network of Preservation Experts
CFR200 Cocktails, Coloring Books and Cyber Space
CFR210 Creating a Historic Resources Inventory: A Proactive Strategy for Preserving Historic Resources
CFR220 Fundrise vs IOBY: new crowd equity and crowd resourcing platforms
CFR230 Hot & Wet: Climate Change and Historic Sites
CFR240 Innovative Efforts in Preserving Historic Sites in Asian & Pacific Islander American Communities
CFR250 Maximize Your Preservation Dollars: Pragmatic Lessons Learned from National Trust Historic Sites
CFR260 Seaside, FL as a Historic District? Evaluating the Significance of New Urbanist Developments
CFR270 The Squishy Factor: Making the case for social benefits of Historic Preservation
CFR280 The US World Heritage Tentative List - Assuring it is Effective and Representative.
CFR290 Detroit: A Case Study of Citizen Preservation
CFR300 Energy Efficiency + Preservation: Changing the Conversation
CFR310 From Vacant to Valuable: Rehabilitating Federal Properties for Everything from Vets to Vacationers
CFR320 Home-Grown Preservation: Creating a Huge Historic District, Out of the Box and In the Neighborhood
CFR322 Saving Money, Saving Windows: A Window Clinic
CFR330 Keep Calm and Carry On: Things to Consider About Your Easement Program
CFR340 Pixels + People: How You Can Create Integrated Campaigns to Save Places
CFR350 Tax Incentives: Expanding the Conversation
CFR360 Thirst Quenching Preservation Opportunities: Microbreweries
CFR370 Tribal Perspectives on Energy Development and Landscape Preservation
CFR380 Your Turn: Ensuring a Sustainable Future at Your Historic Site
CFR390 The Changing Role of Experts in Historic Preservation
CSA100 A Thing of Beauty: Preserving Modern Cultural Landscapes
CSA110 Evaluating Everyday Midcentury Architecture
CSA120 Innovation in Design: The Magic of Modernism
FTU100 Eighth Wonder: West Baden Springs
FTU101 From Preservation to Visitor Engagement
FWE200 Preservation Meets the Public
FWE201 Discover Columbus
FWE202 Indiana's Limestone Industry
FWE203 Conducting Historic Building Assessments
FWE204 Conducting Historic Landscape Assessments
FWE205 The Appreciation, Care, and Feeding of Outdoor Public Sculpture
FSA501 Dwelling Downtown
FWE206 Indianapolis Overview Tour
FWE207 Kurt Vonnegut's Indianapolis
FTH300 Indianapolis Overview Tour
FTH302 Rebooting Historic Sites
FTH303 Reviving Urban Neighborhood Centers
FTH304 The Historic National Road:Layers of History
FTH305 Historic Theaters: New Acts for Old Gigs
FTH306 Rebooting the Inner City
FTH307 The Mid-Century Influence of Frank Lloyd Wright's SAMARA
FTH308 Breaking Away Bike Tour
FTH309 Preservation Trades:New Life from Old
FTH310 Style, Innovation, and Speed
FTH311 Monumental Memorials and Urban Design
FTH312 Preserving Urban Neighborhoods: Abandoned
FTH313 Vibrant Historic Churches: Ministry and Preservation
FFR400 Tax Credits at Work in Indianapolis
FFR402 Carroll County: Bridges to the Past
FFR403 Landscapes of Resistance and Memory
FFR404 Infill Development - Historic Resources of the Future
FFR405 Breaking Away Bike Tour
FFR406 Nuts & Bolts of Industrial Reuse
FFR407 Indianapolis Overview Tour
FFR408 Church Chat: Adaptive Reuse of Abandoned Church Buildings
FFR409 Rural Preservation on the Urban Fringe
FSA502 Madison, Indiana: Small Town, Big Ideas!
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