Preservation Institute: Nantucket
The Preservation Institute: Nantucket is the signature field school of the University of Florida’s Center for World Heritage & Stewardship. Participants in the Preservation Institute: Nantucket gain hands-on experience in historic preservation from an international perspective while documenting, researching, and helping conserve the island’s remarkable heritage. Guest lecturers from public agencies and private organizations introduce topics impacting international cultural heritage conservation. A special studies course allows participants to pursue individual research in one of three tracks: cultural landscapes, building documentation or materials conservation. The work of the Institute is helping inform a nomination of the island to the World Heritage List.
- The year 2012 marks the 40th anniversary of Preservation Institute: Nantucket. Learn more about how the University of Florida in celebrating this momentous occasion.
For more information, contact Marty Hylton, Director, Preservation Institute: Nantucket at firstname.lastname@example.org or 352-392-0252, x457 .