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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

Registration Fees

APT only accepts online registrations. Register today!

Full Conference registration includes:

  • ticket to the Opening Reception and the College of Fellows Reception
  • ticket to the APT Gala
  • access to the Exhibit Hall
  • access to APT Paper Sessions and trades demos
  • access to College of Fellows and Conference keynote presentations
  • the ability to participate in Field Sessions (additional fees apply)
  • the ability to purchase deeply discounted tickets to the APT Quebec City 2014 Preview Lunch with Student Scholars, the Chapters and New Members Breakfast, the Breakfast with Exhibitors and the new APT Tribute.
Full Conference Registration
APT Member APT Non-Member
Early (Ends August 9) $450 $550
Early - Student $225 $225
Early - Partner $350 $450
Early - Single Day $350 $450
Standard (Ends September 6) $500 $600
Late (After September 6) $600 $700
Late - Student $325 $325
Late - Partner $450 $450
Late - Single Day $450 $550
Guests         $100     $100

 

Round out your Conference experience by purchasing individual tickets for Workshops, Special Events, Night on the Town, and Field Sessions.

Workshops
Fee includes breakfasts, lunches, materials, and transportation.
 
APT Member APT Non-Member
Disaster Preparedness and Response (October 11 and 12) [WS1] $575 $575
Conservation Of Metal Finishes in Modern Architecture (1940-1970) [WS2] (October 11 and 12) $575 $575
Choosing Tests and Evaluating Results for Historic Masonry Materials [WS3] (October 11) $375 $375
Hands on Construction of Thin-Tile "Guastavino" Vaults [WS4] (October 11 and 12) $575 $575
   
Special Events
An excellent opportunity for networking, Special Events are open only to full Conference registrants and their registered guests, unless noted otherwise. Each price is for one ticket.
 
APT Member APT Non-Member
Opening Reception [SE1]  Included but reservation required Included but reservation required
Student Scholarship Fundraiser—Metropolis the movie [SE2] $24 $24
APT Chapters and New Member Breakfast [SE3] $35 $35
APT Quebec City 2014 Preview  Lunch and Student Scholar Recognition [SE4] $45 $45
College of Fellows Reception [SE5] Included but reservation required Included but reservation required
APT Tribute [SE6] $95 $95 (Tribute Only - $150)
APT Exhibit Gala [SE7]  Included but reservation required Included but reservation required
APT Breakfast with Exhibitors [SE8] $18 $18
 
Night On the Town—Saturday, October 12
Choose one of three options to experience the nightlife of New York City with your peers from around the world. Register early; space is limited.
 
APT Member APT Non-Member
Broadway Musical (Motown: The Musical) [NT01] $155 $155
Jazz and Dinner at The Garage in Greenwich Village [NT02] $140 $140
THE RIDE—a very unique tour of NYC at night [NT03] $80 $80
 
Field Sessions
Fees include food, materials and transportation. Register early; space is limited. 
 
APT Member APT Non-Member
Full Day Field Sessions—Saturday, October 12
The Hudson River Valley: Heritage and Preservation Across Four Centuries [FS1] $185 $185
Idiosyncratic Modernism and the Reshaping of Long Island’s Great Estates [FS2] $240 $240
Exploring the Inaccessible: Touring the 7th Regiment Armory and TWA Terminal [FS3] $185 $185
Exploring Urban Churches in Distress [FS4] $185 $185
 
Half Day Field Sessions—Monday, October 14  $40 $40


Interested in Room Sharing? Look for the option on the Registration Form, when you are filling out the Personal Information section.

Questions?
For registration questions: Tamiko Kinkade, Registrar, registrar@apti.org or 217/585-9065 (direct)
For general Conference questions: Dana Saal, Conference Manager, dana@apti.org or 217/528-2460 (direct)

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.