APT Kansas City 2015 Conference - Registration is Open!

Posted by: APT on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at 12:00:00 am
Visit the APT Kansas City 2015 Conference website and learn what we have planned for this year. Early Registration now open!
APT Kansas City 2015: Convergence of People and Places-Diverse Technologies and Practices

In a city where CONVERGENCE is as much a part of modern life as it is deeply ingrained in the history and culture, APT Kansas City 2015 will explore the interface of diverse technologies and how this evolves the modern practice of heritage conservation.


The tracks at this year's Conference will cover: 

  • Convergence of Public Architecture and Art
  • Modern Heritage Conservation: Future of the Movement
  • Sustainable Preservation: Preservation Technology and Climate Change
  • Preservation Engineering: Broadening our Approach



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