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Panel Discussion: What Gets Saved?

Event information

November 10, 2020
7:00 PM

Location
Online; 60 min. approx. runtime.
Cost:
Free for members; $10 students; $15 non-members and guests.
Description:
Upon the 30th anniversary of Clayton opening as a historic house museum, we are reflecting on why some historic sites are saved and why others are not, on whose stories are told and whose are not. Join us for an introspective discussion of these and other issues surrounding the complicated work of historic preservation and interpretation. 
Panel Discussion: What Gets Saved?

Panelists

Ron Baraff, Director of Historic Resources and Facilities, Rivers of Steel

Dawn Reid Brean, Associate Curator of Decorative Arts, The Frick Pittsburgh

Paul A. Ellis, Jr., Esq., Founder, August Wilson House

Jonnet Solomon, Owner, National Negro Opera Company House

 
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