SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE

Preservation Future Tense: Oklahoma’s 29th Annual Statewide Preservation Conference 

June 7-9, 2017

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE

Registration: Civic Center Music Hall (Municipal Auditorium), Atrium Lobby, 201 North Walker Avenue. Opens at 12:00noon, Wednesday, June 7, and runs throughout the conference.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7

9:30am-1:30pm

  • Preconference Tour

Metro Modern: Exploring OKC’s Mid-Century Modern Architecture Lunch Presentation/Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building and Plaza in context with the Oklahoma City Memorial, Steve Kline, Susan Allen Kline (Reservations Required)
1:45pm-3:15pm

TRACK A: Beyond Preservation50

  • PreserveOKC: Planning for the Future of Oklahoma City’s Heritage, Susan Owen Atkinson, Suzanne Broadbent, Allen Brown, Heather Clemmer, Katie Friddle, Maryjo Meacham

TRACK B: Trending in Preservation 

  • Meeting the Challenges of Historic Property Management during the State Budget Crisis, Kathy Dickson

TRACK C: Preservation Fundamentals

Historic Properties and the Foundation for Their Preservation

  • The National Register of Historic Places: A Tool for Historic Preservation in Oklahoma, Lynda Ozan
  • Selling Preservation: The Economic Argument for Historic Tax Credits, Amanda DeCort

3:15pm-3:30pm BREAK

3:30pm-5:00pm

PLENARY SESSION #1

  • Plenary Address/ The Impacts of the NHPA, Past, Present, and Future, Carol Shull
  • Plenary Address/ Historic Preservation and Oklahoma City’s Renaissance, Cathy O’Connor, President and CEO, The Alliance for Economic Development of Oklahoma City


5:30pm-7:00pm

Opening Reception

THURSDAY, JUNE 8

7:00am-8:00am

Eggs and Architects 2017, Ron Frantz, Organizer

8:30am-11:45am

Mobile Workshop

Architectural/Historic Resources Survey: A Mobile Workshop, Stephanie Ballard, Lynda Ozan

8:30am-10:00am

TRACK A: Beyond Preservation50

Oklahoma Archeology After Preservation50

  • Building Oklahoma’s Archaeological GIS Project, Kary Stackelbeck
  • Historical Archaeology in Oklahoma: Taking a Look Back to Move Forward, Cate Wood

TRACK B: Trending in Preservation 

Cultural Landmarks: Historic Preservation in Oklahoma’s Cultural Districts

  • Oklahoma Cultural District Initiative Overview, Christina Beatty
  • Miami’s Coleman Theatre, Marcia Johnson
  • Norman’s Sooner Theatre, Jennifer Baker
  • Arts and Anchors: Partnering for Preservation, Laurie Steenbergen

TRACK C: Preservation Fundamentals

Rehabilitation Roundtable

  • Downtown OKC: Disaster to Recovery (April 19, 1995, to Present), Rand Elliott, Melissa Hunt, Chad Huntington, Jane Jenkins, A.J. Kirkpatrick, Steve Mason

10:00am-10:15am BREAK

10:15am-11:45am

TRACK A: Beyond Preservation50

  • People, Places and Preservation’s Future: Policy, Practice, and the Profession, Susan West Montgomery, Carol Shull, de Teel Patterson (Pat) Tiller

TRACK B: Trending in Preservation 

  • Main Street: Past, Present, PROGRESS!, Stephen Boyd, Buffy Hughes, Melyn Johnson, Larry Lucas, Chelsea McConnell, Pam Shelton

TRACK C: Preservation Fundamentals

Rehabilitation Roundtable (Cont’d)

  • Film Exchange District Story, John M. (Chip) Fudge
  • Adapting Historic Buildings for Housing in Smaller Communities, Catherine Montgomery
  • Ponca City Federal Building/Post Office Window Replacement Project, Michael Hall
  • Center Theater Rehabilitation: Making a Museum, Allen Brown

11:45am-1:30pm

  • Tours with Lunch

Tour #1/Oklahoma State Capitol Hard-Hat Tour (repeated June 9)

Tour #2/Historic Preservation Areas Tour

Tour #3/Local Landmark Theaters Tour

  • Self-Guided Tours with Lunch on Your Own 

Archeologists’ Lunch, Catharine M. Wood, Organizer

Architectural Historians’ Lunch, Cynthia Savage, Organizer

1:45pm-3:15pm

TRACK A: Beyond Preservation50

Historic Houses and Neighborhoods

  • Heritage Hills Historic District: Oklahoma’s First Neighborhood Preservation Initiative, Past, Present, Future, Marva Ellard, Bill Gumerson, Nancy Nagle

TRACK B: Trending in Preservation 

Technology and Techniques for Archeology

  • Archeological Investigations at the Deer Creek Site; A National Historic Landmark and Oklahoma’s Oldest Historic Village, Richard Drass, Michelle Horn, Susan Vehik
  • Use of Technology in Cultural Resources Studies, Resource Management, and Public Outreach: Current Accomplishments and Future Goals, Scott Sundermeyer

TRACK C: Preservation Fundamentals

  • Rehabilitation Redux: Applying the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation in the 21st Century, Antonio Aguilar, Jennifer Bailey

3:15pm-3:30pm BREAK

3:30pm-5:00pm

TRACK A: Beyond Preservation50

Historic Houses and Neighborhoods (Cont’d)

  • Great Neighborhoods Don’t Just Happen on Their Own, Georgie Rasco
  • The City of OKC Planning Department’s Strong Neighborhoods Initiative:  Tools and Best Practices for Neighborhood Planning and Revitalization, Shannon Entz

TRACK B: Trending in Preservation 

Trends and Innovators in Early 20th Century City Development

  • The Impact of the City Beautiful Movement and New Deal on the Oklahoma City Municipal Auditorium, Cindy Savage
  • City Shapers and Place Makers: Hare & Hare in Oklahoma and Beyond, Susan Allen Kline

TRACK C: Preservation Fundamentals

  • Rehabilitation Redux (Cont’d)

6:15pm/7:00pm

Pre-banquet Reception/Awards Banquet (Reservations Required)

9:00pm

Historic Districts Mixer (Reservations Required)

FRIDAY, JUNE 9

7:30am-8:30am

Historic Preservation Commission Members Breakfast (Reservations Required)

8:30am-10:00am

TRACK A: Beyond Preservation50

  • The Future of Your Community’s Heritage: Historic Preservation Commission Members Workshop on Authority, Ethics, Designation, and Design Review, James K. Reap

TRACK B: Trending in Preservation 

The Legacy of the Recent Past and Its Preservation

  • Mid-20th Century Modern: A Preservation Conundrum, Susan Owen Atkinson, Ken Bryan
  • Modern Design Expressed in Oklahoma City’s Houses of Worship, Lynne Rostochil

TRACK C: Preservation Fundamentals

Rehabilitation Roundtable (Cont’d)

  • How Do I Fix That?  Repairing a 105 Year Old Soffit 11 Floors in the Air!, Rick Lueb
  • Sunshine Cleaners Case Study, David Wanzer
  • Environmental Hazards of Historic Buildings and How to Address Them in Your Redevelopment, Amanda Alewine

10:00am-10:15am BREAK

10:15am-11:45am

TRACK A: Beyond Preservation50

  • Historic Preservation Commission Members Workshop (Cont’d)

TRACK B: Trending in Preservation 

The Legacy of the Recent Past and Its Preservation (Cont’d)

  • Atomic Awakening:  An Overview of Common Materials and Design Challenges Presented in Mid-Twentieth Century Building Rehabilitations, Jennifer Bailey, Catherine Montgomery

TRACK C: Preservation Fundamentals

Rehabilitation Roundtable (Cont’d)

  • Preserving Midtown, Chris Fleming
  • PS 14 Pershing Studios in Owen Park & 2219 Lofts, Mike Abernathie, Mike Sikes

11:45am-1:30pm

  • Preservation Oklahoma, Inc.’s Annual Meeting and Luncheon (Reservations Required)
  • Tours with Lunch

Tour #1/Oklahoma State Capitol Hard-Hat Tour (repeat of June 8)

Tour #4/Certified Rehabilitation Projects Tour

Tour #5/Oklahoma City Intermodal Transportation Hub Tour

  • Self-Guided Tours with Lunch on Your Own 

2:00pm-3:30pm

PLENARY SESSION #2

  • Plenary Address/Reset to Default: Making Preservation the New Normal, James Lindberg
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