Preservation Destination is dedicated to providing engaging preservation content to listeners. By listening to the podcast you will hear leading experts in various fields discuss how preservation is truly multigenerational and an important part of everyday life.
Nashville Sites with Jessica Reeves
This week I interview preservationist and public historian Jessica Reeves. Jessica works as a Preservationist 1 for the Nashville Metropolitan Historical Commission. The MHC is currently developing a website called “Nashville Sites” which will be an interactive website of free scholarly self-guided tours of Nashville.
Historic Real Estate with Peter Patout
This week I interview historic property specialist and luxury real estate agent Peter Patout. Peter combines a lifetime of knowledge about antiques, art and architecture into his services. In this episode Peter and I discuss the processes of buying and selling historic properties.
Digging Deeper with Nina Scall, Director of Programs for the TN Wars Commission
This week I interview Nina Scall, the Director of Programs for the Tennessee Wars Commission. Nina began her career in history as an archaeologist and transitioned into historic preservation. In this episode we talk about the connections between the two fields and how Nina brings her experience to the TN Wars Commission.
The Road to Preservation with Katie Totman
This week I interview Historic Preservation Specialist Katie Totman. Katie works for the Office of Historic Preservation in the city of San Antonio. For Katie, the road to preservation took several twists. Eventually, over the course of several jobs and internships, Katie discovered her love of hands-on preservation and her passion for teaching others.
Preserving Modern Residential Architecture with Anna Marcum: Part Two
This week’s episode is part two of my two-part series with guest Anna Marcum; we continue our discussion on the importance of preserving modern residential architecture. Anna has spent a great deal of time researching cultural bias in architecture as it relates to women and people of color. In this episode we discuss her research, her work for the city of Hammond Louisiana, and her exciting new position at the AIA Center for Architecture in New York.
Preserving Modern Residential Architecture with Anna Marcum: Part One
This week’s episode is part one of my two-part series with guest Anna Marcum. Anna is an architectural historian and preservationist with an art history background. In this episode Anna and I discuss her graduate research regarding infusing contemporary art with historic places to encourage the upkeep of the space. Additionally, Anna advocates for the preservation of modern residential structures through both her work in California and at Historic New England.
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Every single one is good
As someone who loves historic preservation and architectural history, these episodes have been a wonderful addition to my day as I listen while I work. I don't work in the historic preservation field, so I feel I learn so much from each episode. These are of excellent quality, which can be hard to find with a lot of podcasts. I highly recommend these!
One I started listening, I couldn’t stop.
This is like ASMR for historic preservation fans.
Lots of great information about the different aspects of historic preservation. Very informative. 💫