APT Kansas City 2015
APT and Kansas City
CONVERGENCE happens not as a chance encounter, but as a synthesis: of people, of place, of ethos. We converge every day as we translate our experiences and knowledge to the practice of preservation, influenced by past actions and influencing future ones.
Kansas City evolved from CONVERGENCE. In this place, the settled East met the expansive West and the Union North clashed with the Confederate South—a place once powered by steam and rail that flourished in the post-War era.
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.
Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities
Partnering with APT at this year’s Conference in Kansas City is the best way to reach more than 500 industry professionals and craftspeople. Your company will benefit through numerous opportunities to network, engage and increase your brand awareness to many of these specifiers in person. APT is the premier international association for preservation technology and our Conference continues to bring together the best in the industry! Just as important, your partnership allows APT to continue its tradition of excellence and expand our mission. Click here to download this year's prospectus. For information about sponsoring or exhibiting in Kansas City, contact Liz Fogt, Sponsor and Exhibitor Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 217.529.9039.
Call for Abstracts
Abstracts for Paper Presentations were accepted online through February 22, 2015.
Accepted presenters qualify for a discounted Conference registration fee and will be invited to give a 20-minute presentation that is part of a 90-minute session. Papers will be presented on Monday, November 2 and Tuesday, November 3.
Student Call for Abstracts
Abstracts for Student Scholarships are being accepted online through March 31, 2015.
Student Scholars will be awarded a full Conference registration, plus housing and expense reimbursement. Each Student Scholar and will be expected to give a 10-minute presentation that is part of a 90-minute session scheduled for Monday, November 2 or Tuesday, November 3.