Presentations & Trainings

Executive Director, Beth Johnson, presents at Ft. Thomas City Council

Cincinnati Preservation Association advocates for historic structures and the best type of advocacy is education. We give lectures on a range of topics related to historic preservation such as Preservation 101, Infill in historic districts, Preservation & Sustainability, Historic Designation Training, Practical Preservation Tips & Tricks, etc.

 

Please contact us if you are interested in having Cincinnati Preservation Association’s Executive Director, Beth Johnson give a presentation to your group.

 

CPA can be hired as a consultant for training Local Design Review Boards and Commissions within the Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky region.

 

Past Presentations

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The Avondale History Project, Center for the City
The Ohio Historic Inventory

 

 

 

CAMP – Cincinnati Architectural Mentoring Program
Introduction to Historic Preservation

 

 

 

Documenting Portsmouth, Ohio Symposium
 SSU Center for Public History 

Historic Preservation: How saving our Heritage is the Foundation to our Community Identity and Future

 

 

 

NKY Restoration Weekend 
Color Me Good: Historic Paint Colors

Local Historic Districts: The Essentials You Need to Know

 

 

 

Ohio Local History Alliance 
What’s with the Lingo

 

 

 

Invest in Neighborhoods/Neighborhood Summit 
Historic Preservation: A Tool for Neighborhood and Community Development

 

 

 

Cincinnati Rotary Club 
Historic Preservation: Saving Our Places and Telling Our Stories

 

 

 

Docomomo Tour Day 
Swifton Center to Artisan Village: The Past and Future of Cincinnati Malls

 

 

 

Ball State Urban Planning  
Historic Preservation Planning: A Perspective from Beth Johnson

 

 

 

Heritage Ohio Conference  
Dealing with Difficult Design Decisions

 

 

 

NAPC Forum 2022 
Downtown/OTR Infill Walking Tour

Finding Compatibility: Fitting New Architecture into the Historic Context of our Urban Neighborhood 

Incorporating Art into Historic Districts and Buildings.

 

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