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APT NYC 2013 - “PRESERVING THE METROPOLIS”

OCTOBER 12 - 15, 2013 AT THE NEW YORK MARRIOTT MARQUIS IN NEW YORK CITY

Best Rates Now! Early Bird Deadline is August 9

Field Sessions At a Glance

NYC offers the most Field Sessions that APT has ever showcased for its Conference attendees. There's no better way to go behind the scenes from a preservation viewpoint than by choosing one of 30+ city adventures with an expert at the helm. Full-day Field Sessions start at $185, and Half Day Sessions are each $40. Field Sessions (unlike Workshops) are only available to Full Conference registrants. Click on each title for details.

DAY

FIELD SESSION

DATE TIME
Full
FS01 The Hudson River Valley: Heritage & Preservation Across Four Centuries Saturday, Oct 12 6:30-5:00
Full
FS02 Idiosyncratic Modernism and the Reshaping of Long Island’s Great Estates Saturday, Oct 12 6:00-4:30
Full FS03 Exploring the Inaccessible:  Touring the Park Avenue Armory and TWA Terminal Saturday, Oct 12 8:30-5:30
Full FS04 Restoring Urban Churches in Distress Saturday, Oct 12 8:30 -5:30
Half FS05  Class and Row Houses in Park Slope: Development and Preservation of Urban Architecture Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS06 Croton Aqueduct Hunting in Manhattan: A Preservationist's Perspective Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS07 The Challenges of Preserving Governors Island National Monument Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS08 Conserving, Preserving and Interpreting the Tenement Museum Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS09 Preservation Challenges of Mid-Century Modern in Midtown Manhattan Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS10 MTA New York City Transit Preserving Historic Subway Stations for the Future Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS11 Terra Cotta: The Transformation of the New York Facade and its Preservation Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS12 The South Street Seaport: Preserving Two Centuries of Building Technology Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS13 Preserving the Ephemeral: Investigating World's Fair Remnants at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS14 Restoring Significant Mausolea - Involving Descendants in the Care and Conservation of Family Tombs Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS15 Central Park: Preservation Perspectives Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS16 Stained Glass Restoration in New York: Recent (and not so Recent) Projects Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS17 Preservation and Development in Harlem Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS18 Historic Kings Theatre Restoration Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS19 The Preservation of Cast Iron Architecture of Lower Manhattan Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS20 Contemporary Methodologies in Restoration of the Empire State Building Monday, Oct 14 9:30-12:30
Half FS21 New York's Early Skyscapers in Context: Preserving the Tall Towers of Lower Manhattan from Lower Broadway to City Hall Monday, Oct 14 9:30-12:30
Half FS22 Restoring a Classical Theatre: Step Back to Broadway in the Early 20th Century Monday, Oct 14 8:30-12:30
Half FS23 The United Nations Capital Preservation Master Plan Monday, Oct 14 1:30-5:30
Half FS24 Class and Row Houses in Park Slope: Development and Preservation of Urban Architecture Monday, Oct 14 1:30-5:30
Half FS26 Restoring Significant Mausolea - Involving Descendants in the Care and Conservation of Family Tombs Monday, Oct 14 1:30-5:30
Half FS27 Stained Glass Restoration in New York: Recent (and not so Recent) Projects (afternoon session) Monday, Oct 14 1:30-5:30
Half FS28 Restoring a Classical Theatre: Step Back to Broadway in the Early 20th Century (afternoon session) Monday, Oct 14 1:30-5:30
Half FS29 Historic Kings Theatre Restoration (afternoon session) Monday, Oct 14 1:30-5:30
Half FS30 Preservation in the Plaza: Art and Public Spaces Monday, Oct 14 1:30-5:30
Half FS31 Brownsville Revitalization Initiative: Community Planning and Preservation Monday, Oct 14 1:30-5:30
NYC

For the first time in history, the population of cities exceeds that of the surrounding suburbs and countryside. New York City, after decades of population decline, has recently exceeded its peak 1970s population and continues to grow. Such growth, mirrored in older and newer cities globally, is countered by cities with shrinking populations in the United States and abroad. Both expanding and shrinking cities present new challenges that require preservationists to think broadly and collaboratively, themes that will be highlighted at APT NYC 2013.