More than a Home: The Art and Craft of Historic Preservation

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Thursday, August 3, 2017

6:00 p.m.

Free with membership or admission.

What goes into planning and constructing a community? Who does the work? How is the work done? How does historic preservation balance with structural changes in a community? These are just a few topics for this panel discussion as we find out what building a community really looks like from the early stages of drafting plans to later considerations such as how to preserve the design and history of a community while serving the changing needs of the people living in it. Cash bar.

Panelists:
Adrienne Montare, AIA SC executive director and Columbia Design League member (moderator)
Chuck Moore, president of SC Building Trades and member of SC AFL-CIO
Sean Stucker, director of Facilities at Historic Columbia
Walter Hill, director of the Horry County Museum and blacksmith
Joseph Johnson, archeologist at Historic Columbia

This program is the first in our three-part lecture series, More than a Home held in conjunction with ReTooled.

 

More than a Home Lecture Series

 This summer join the CMA as we delve into the many faces of historic preservation in this three-part lecture series focusing on the intersections of art, history, craft and construction within historical preservation. In conjunction with our current exhibition ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection.

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