APT Charleston 2012 is shaping up to be one of the most potentially rewarding Conferences in memory. The Conference planning committee received a record number of abstracts for consideration, as well as nearly sixty student abstracts. APT and PTN are marrying their paper sessions and hands-on demonstrations so that attendees will be able to cover the full spectrum from conservation problem to preservation solution with each agenda choice.
In addition, Charleston's role as one of the premier historic preservation communities in the United States is providing a depth and breadth to the extracurricular tours, field sessions and workshops that will be hard to top. Use the links on the left to plan your own APT Charleston 2012 experience today. Información en español.
What will be your favorite part of the city, in between Conference sessions and sites? Some fun you might want to fit in while you're at Conference:
Historic Charleston Foundation Exhibit, "The Art of Building: Historic Tools from the Collection of Edgewood Builders" at the Aiken-Rhett House Museum
National Park Site Fort Moultrie