2021 Fitch Colloquium: The Art of Preservation

Artists are leading a broad rethinking of heritage and claiming a central role within preservation practice. In recent years, many BIPOC artists have worked with built heritage to take up the legacies of racial inequities and historical injustices as central themes in their work. Artists confront, challenge, or reframe the role of heritage in society. What will the future of preservation look like as art becomes more central in the profession?

The 2021 Fitch Colloquium, co-sponsored by the Historic Preservation Program at Columbia University’s GSAPP and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, will explore this intersection of art and preservation. The symposium convenes BIPOC artists who integrate heritage – and all its sociopolitical implications today – into their works.

Panelists:
Ifa Bayeza
Nona Faustine
Joel Garcia
David Hartt
Monèt Noelle Marshall
Karyn Olivier
Ada Pinkston
Paul Rucker

Moderators:
Marisa Brown
Justin Garrett Moore
Brent Leggs

REGISTER TO ATTEND

This event qualifies for AIA credit. GSAPP is committed to providing universal access to all of their virtual events. Please email at hp@arch.columbia.edu to request disability accommodations. Advance notice is necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs. Free and open to the public. Virtual events hosted on Zoom Webinar do not require an account to attend.