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Courses on conservation

From: N.J. Bud Goldstone <budgoldstone>
Date: Thursday, April 12, 2001
  The School of Architecture at the University of Southern
  California is pleased to announce its ninth annual summer program
  of short courses devoted to the conservation of our cultural

  This program, which will run from July 16 through August 1, offers
  fifteen days of classes with noted experts in historic
  preservation. In addition to examining the history and philosophy
  of the preservation movement as it has evolved during the past
  century, lectures and field trips to historic sites throughout the
  Los Angeles area will introduce students to a broad range of
  legal, economic, aesthetic and technical issues associated with
  the documentation, conservation and interpretation of historic
  structures, landscapes and communities. Among sites to be visited
  and studied are the Gamble House, Hollyhock House, Watts Towers,
  Rancho Los Alamitos, Schindler House, and the Getty Conservation
  Institute. This course has been designed for students, design
  professionals, community leaders, established preservationists,
  planners and developers seeking to place their practice within a
  contemporary context.

  Classes may be attended individually or in sequence, and can be
  taken for credit towards the USC School of Architecture's
  Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation or as AIA
  Continuing Education units.

  For a detailed class schedule, please see:

        Ken Breisch, Director
        Programs in Historic Preservation
        School of Architecture
        204 Watt Hall
        University of Southern California
        Los Angeles, CA 90089-0291
        School Office 213-740-4575
        Fax: 213-740-8884
        breisch [at] usc__edu

(I shall be a lecturer July 24 at the Watts Towers of Simon Rodia
State Historic Park)

Bud Goldstone

                  Conservation DistList Instance 14:54
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Received on Thursday, 12 April, 2001

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