October 10, 2022
On this week’s PreserveCast, we are talking with Carissa Demore from Historic New England about the Historic New England Summit (2022) happing this Thursday, October 13th through Friday, October 14th. This 2-day event will be full of conversations exploring how 21st-century challenges and opportunities are transforming the fields of historic preservation, architecture, urban planning, conservation, arts & culture, museum studies, collections management, public history, and education. If you are interested, you can still participate! Join the Summit virtually via livestream for both daytime sessions. Grab your tickets now!
BIO: Carissa Demore joined Historic New England in 2013 and became the Team Leader of Preservation Services in 2017. In her current role, she is responsible for the overall planning and implementation of a variety of preservation programs and initiatives, including management of the Preservation Easement Program, direction of public programs to raise visibility and awareness of historic preservation issues, administration of Historic New England’s two grant programs, and leadership and support of partner agencies and organizations advocating for historic resources and sound preservation policies across the region. Carissa has a Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from Colorado State University and a Master’s degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Maryland. Prior to joining Historic New England, Carissa was the Program Coordinator for the City of Annapolis Main Street Program.
Learn more: https://www.historicnewengland.org/
Historic New England Summit: https://summit.historicnewengland.org/register/