During studio travel week in October, a group of 10 historic preservation, architecture, and anthropology students and I packed up our hiking boots, bug spray, and sunscreen to make the long trek from Philadelphia to Albuquerque as part of
The Graduate Program in Historic Preservation is Pleased to Announce its Upcoming Symposium: Urban Parks and the National Park Service of the Future Thursday, October 29, 6:00 PM and Friday, October 30, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
The miracle is this – the more we share, the more we have. – Leonard Nimoy
The only postcards I’ve ever received from Chicago were of Sue the T-Rex and of the city’s imposing, squarish skyline from Lake Michigan.
Students graduating this semester with a Master’s Degree in Historic Preservation: César Bargues Ballester Sarah Julia Blitzer with a dual degree in Architecture and an Ecological Architecture certificate Eryn Colleen Boyce
On Sunday, November 1, the PennDesign student organization DiverseDesign hosts its tenth annual Demystifying Design Professions: Prospectives on Diversity program in conjunction with PennDesign’s November 2 Fall Open House.
From PlanPhilly.com: A growing network of young people is challenging the perception that historic preservation is an old activist’s game.
PennPraxis has been awarded a $100,000 grant from the Getty Foundation to develop a conservation management plan for The George Nakashima House and Studio in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
The course in Belgrade was my first experience outside of North America. I didn’t know what to expect, and there were surprisingly similar aspects to life and work in the Balkans, as well as new facets to projects that I had never considered before. Intangible heritage is one area tha
The Historic Preservation Program held their annual picnic on Sunday, May 3rd to celebrate the close of the spring semester. Students, faculty, staff, along with family, friends, and pets gathered at The Woodlands and enjoyed a beautiful day on the l