Webinar Series

Enjoy Preservation Justice: Making Your Local Government Preservation Program More Equitable, which NAPC opened to all during National Preservation Month.

The NAPC webinar series is:
  • Eligible for continuing education credits.
  • Viewable live or on-demand.
  • Open to all for a $10 admission fee.
  • Free for NAPC members!

Upcoming Webinars

Hidden Tool for the Decision-Making Process: The Staff & Commissioner Support System

October 13, 2022 | 1 - 2:30 PM | 1.5 AIA/AICP
Not all design review boards have professional preservation staff but those that do have the potential of a valuable decision-making resource, one that is often overlooked. To make the most of that relationship, positive interactions and communication between commissioners, staff and even the public is key. Join Friederike Mittner from West Palm Beach, FL and Robin Zeigler from Nashville, Tennessee, in a “podcast” type format as they share stories, recommendations, and pitfalls in maintaining relationships between commissioners, staff and the public. Collectively they have staffed commissions in 5 different cities for approximately 40 years.
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Past webinars included:
  • Community Outreach Strategies for Historic Preservation Commissions and Boards
  • Preserving the 1970s and 1980s: Why Should We Care About Brutalist and Postmodernist Architecture?
  • Sustainability and Historic Preservation: What do you need to know?
  • Reading the Design: Interpreting Architectural Plan and Elevation Drawings
  • Social Media Strategies for Historic Preservation Commissions and Boards
  • Styles of the Recent Past: From Mansards to McMansions
  • Advocacy and Grassroots Preservation: Fighting the Good Fight
  • No Such Thing as Open-and-Shut: Lessons Learned from Thirty Years of Defending Preservation in Nashville, TN
  • Advocacy and Grassroots Preservation: Fighting the Good Fight

What webinars would you like to see? Send your ideas here!


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