Preservation as Political Science: Shadow Modernisms, Grey Zones and Neglected Histories of a Bi-Polarized World

Preservation as Political Science: Shadow Modernisms, Grey Zones and Neglected Histories of a Bi-Polarized World

Inquiry: HP Presents Preservation as Political Science: Shadow Modernisms, Grey Zones and Neglected Histories of a Bi-Polarized World by Xenia Vytuleva Monday, March 2, 2015 at 6:30pm Ware Lounge, 600 Avery Hall, Columbia University About Xenia Vytuelva Dr. Xenia Vytuleva is an architecture historian, theorist and curator, specializing in the theory of architectural preservation and its … Continue reading

Inquiry: HP Presents “Detroit Rising: Preservation and Rightsizing in Legacy Cities”

Inquiry: HP Presents “Detroit Rising: Preservation and Rightsizing in Legacy Cities”

Inquiry: HP Presents “Detroit Rising: Preservation and Rightsizing in Legacy Cities” by Emilie Evans Monday, February 2nd, 2015 at 6:45pm Avery 114, Columbia University A lecture by Emilie Evans, with an introduction by Andrew Scott Dolkart. “Detroit Rising” will discuss the cutting edge preservation initiatives being executed in Detroit by the Michigan Historic Preservation Network as well as … Continue reading

CANCELLED – Preservation as Political Science: Shadow Modernisms, Grey Zones and Neglected Histories of a Bi-Polarized World

CANCELLED – Preservation as Political Science: Shadow Modernisms, Grey Zones and Neglected Histories of a Bi-Polarized World

Due to forecasted inclement weather, the following lecture has been cancelled, and rescheduled to March 2nd. Time and location remain the same.  Inquiry: HP Presents Preservation as Political Science: Shadow Modernisms, Grey Zones and Neglected Histories of a Bi-Polarized World by Xenia Vytuleva Monday, January 26, 2015 at 6:30pm 114 Avery Hall, Columbia University About … Continue reading

From Isothermal to iPads: Using New Technologies to Restore Stained Glass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral

From Isothermal to iPads: Using New Technologies to Restore Stained Glass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Inquiry: HP Presents From Isothermal to iPads: Using New Technologies to Restore Stained Glass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral by Jean Phifer Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 6:30pm 504 Avery Hall, Columbia University Our next Inquiry: HP lecture is with Jean Phifer FAIA, LEED, consulting restoration architect to Murphy Burnham & Buttrick, and specialist in restoration, … Continue reading

Long Island Modernism, 1930-1980

Long Island Modernism, 1930-1980

Inquiry: HP Presents Long Island Modernism, 1930 – 1980 by Caroline Rob Zaleski Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at 6:30pm 200 Buell North, Columbia University Our next Inquiry: HP Lecture is with Caroline Rob Zaleski, Director of the Modern Long Island Survey for the Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities (SPLIA) and author of Long … Continue reading

Ideal Management of Historic Parks & The Application of Dendrochronology to Japanese Cultural Heritage

Ideal Management of Historic Parks & The Application of Dendrochronology to Japanese Cultural Heritage

Ideal Management of Historic Parks: From Past to Present to Future & A Review of the Application of Dendrochronology to Japanese Cultural Heritage by Takayuki Seino and Yasuharu Hoshino Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 6:30pm 200 Buell North, Columbia University Ideal management of historic parks: From past to present to future By Takayuki Seino ABSTRACT Historic parks … Continue reading

The Acropolis Restoration & The Use of Laser Technology for Sculpture Cleaning

The Acropolis Restoration & The Use of Laser Technology for Sculpture Cleaning

The Acropolis Restoration & The Use of Laser Technology for Sculpture Cleaning // Vasiliki Eleftheriou & Demetrios Anglos Monday, March 24, 2014 at 6:30 PM  200 Fayerweather South, Columbia University This event is FREE and open to public. —————————————————————————————————————————– About the Acropolis Restoration Service About Vasiliki Eleftheriou Vasiliki Eleftheriou is an MSc graduate from the School of Architecture of … Continue reading