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The University of Delaware's College of Arts and Sciences will present Saturday Symposium: Documenting Delawares Historic Architecture and Heritage on Saturday, May 4. The program, which is open to the community, runs from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Memorial Hall.
During the 2018-19 academic year, UD marks its 275th anniversary. The program, created by the Center for Historic Architecture and Design, offers opportunities to learn about and reflect on how our area has evolved over that time: what has been lost, what has changed, what has been revived, and what has endured.
The Historic Stone Houses of Northern Delaware, Cate Morrissey, architectural historian and assistant director, Center for Historical Architecture and Design
Taylor's Bridge and the 1920's P.S. duPont Schools of Delaware, Michael Emmons, architectural historian, Center for Historical Architecture and Design
Mid-Century Delaware, Andreya Mihaloew, historic preservation specialist, Center for Historical Architecture and Design
Preserving Traditional Fishing Net Technology of the Lenape, Annabelle Fichtner, UD senior, Art Conservation and Anthropology major
Guided walks on the Newark campus offer the opportunity to explore: Marian Cruger Coffin and the Designed Landscapes of UD and Delaware, Anna Wik, assistant professor, Plant and Soil Sciences, affiliated faculty in the Center for Historic Architecture and Design, and professional landscape architect, and Sue Wyndham, landscape planner for UD Finding Historic Graffiti in Delaware: An Expert's Guide, Michael Emmons
The cost is $25, which includes lunch and parking. Delaware students and teachers can attend for a discounted price of $5. Preregistration is required.
For further information, please visit: https://www.cas.udel.edu/saturday-symposium/documenting-delawares-historic-architecture-and-heritage
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