- Is there a directory of participants?
- Are presentations and resources available online?
- Is there live and recorded video? (Some, yes!)
- Does the conference have media partners?
- Is anyone tweeting from / blogging / reporting about the event?
- What would locals like visitors to know about Denver?
For those not attending in person, join as a virtual attendee. Livestreaming at PastForward is FREE and can be done in the comfort of your home or the convenience of your office. The TrustLive presentations exploring women’s history, revitalizing small communities, and saving urban neighborhoods will be livestreamed. In addition, the opening plenary featuring former Denver mayors, as well as the National Preservation Awards Ceremony will also be available online to watch live.
Thursday, TrustLive: Revitalizing Small Communities
Thursday, Opening Plenary.
Friday, TrustLive: Saving Urban Neighborhoods
Friday, National Preservation Awards Ceremony
Saturday, TrustLive: Celebrating Women’s History
— Elizabeth Moore Rhod (@lizmorho) October 10, 2019
It’s snowing here in Denver today. I was told the weather could be variable, but going from 79 degrees to snowing the next day? Wow. But that’s not going to stop a day of great preservation-related sessions and activities! #pastforward19 pic.twitter.com/a8vDRnV5mk
— ᴇʟʟᴇ ᴍᴏᴏʀᴇ (@ElleMooreHP) October 10, 2019
— Saving Places (@SavingPlaces) October 10, 2019
Attending #PastForward19? Be sure to stop by our Annual Member Meeting Friday morning at 830am in Governor Square 11 at the Denver Sheraton. Our meeting is free and open to the public. We're also excited to announce that @RepPerlmutter will be stopping by to talk with our members pic.twitter.com/OKcyIBMi1a
— Preservation Action (@PreservationAct) October 10, 2019
Paul Edmondson, the new Pres of @SavingPlaces: “The future of the Trust isn’t my vision, it’s OUR vision … We are determined to improve partnerships and have made them a core principle.” Shared with the National Preservation Partners Network before #PastForward19 pic.twitter.com/UTBKhsPZmw
— Boston Preservation (@BOSPreservation) October 10, 2019
— Maryland Milestones (@mdmilestones) October 10, 2019
Jon Eagle says "We can activate our ancient DNA by reconnecting with our sacred places. We are all related. We still have a connection to the landscape." #PastForward19
— Priya Chhaya (@priyastoric) October 10, 2019
The ACHP has a table at #PastForward19, the National Trust for Historic Preservation annual conference, in Denver, CO. If you’re here, stop by and say hello! We’ve got plenty of good information about the ACHP and the Section 106 process of the National Historic Preservation Act. pic.twitter.com/fOezm7VOTh
— ACHP (@usachp) October 10, 2019
— Michelle Pearson (@tchpreservation) October 10, 2019
Denver Union Station
Black America West Museum
Little Havana Me Importa: The Places and Faces That Define a Neighborhood
Little Havana Revitalization Plan Released, Will Now Go Into Action
Cooper Molera Barns
National Fund for Sacred Places
Dana Hudkins Crawford – Wikipedia
Past Conferences – View select conference programming on the National Trust’s YouTube channel playlists.