HPEF supports preservation education through projects and partnerships.

 

For thirty years HPEF has been a leading provider of historic preservation knowledge for architectural conservators and architects, tradespeople, building owners, students, and all those who care for and care about historic buildings.

 

Preserving the Recent Past 3 - March 13–16, 2019 - Los Angeles, California

 Stahl House (Case Study House #22), Pierre Koenig, Los Angeles, 1960. Photo: © J. Paul Getty Trust. Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles

Stahl House (Case Study House #22), Pierre Koenig, Los Angeles, 1960. Photo: © J. Paul Getty Trust. Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles

The Historic Preservation Education Foundation, USC School of Architecture/Heritage Conservation, and the National Park Service are sponsoring a Preserving the Recent Past 3 conference at USC this spring!

Preservation and conservation professionals, scholars, students, and fans of recent past architecture will gather to discover, discuss, and debate the issues that surround preserving post-World War II resources.

DATES: March 13-16, 2019
LOCATION: USC School of Architecture/campus

A call for presentations recently concluded and registration will open in the late fall. The conference website (prp3.org) and Instagram account provide additional information and a way to stay up on conference developments. 

Please mark your calendars and plan to meet us in L.A. this March.


News

The latest updates on HPEF co-sponsored activities, initiatives, and training opportunities.

Learn More →

tumblr_mn8b8sLRb61rkz363o1_1280.jpg

Partners in Training

HPEF's Partners in Training program provides direct support to large and small preservation training projects.

Find Out How →

 

Publications

Many of HPEF's co-sponsored publications and conference proceedings are now online as free digital downloads.

Explore HPEF Publications →

Organization

Find out about HPEF's mission and our three decade contribution to historic preservation education.

Learn More →