The Living Heritage Symposium is a gathering of cultural heritage experts—from policy-makers to activists—working together to develop best practices for the treatment of cultural heritage, including intangible heritage. It is a solutions-driven event that uses the World Café format so participants may engage with each other to draft action steps for managing living heritage and urban development. This year the symposium will integrate the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals in the discussions.
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CM CREDITS WILL BE AVAILABLE
- Donovan Rypkema, President of Heritage Strategies International and principal of PlaceEconomics
- Guido Licciardi PhD., Senior Urban Development Specialist with The World Bank and Chair of the Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Tourism Thematic Group
- Jonathan Mabry, PhD, Director of Community Engagement for the College of Social and Behavioral Science at the University of Arizona and President of a community-based non-profit managing Tuscon’s UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy designation.
- Julianne Polanco, State Historic Preservation Officer, California
- Shanon Miller, Director, Office of Historic Preservation, City of San Antonio
- Sharon Veale, Chief Executive Officer and Partner at GML Heritage
- Tim Frye, Historic Preservation Officer, City of San Francisco
- Everett Fly, Architect and Founder of the San Antonio African American Community Archives and Museum