Preserving Los Angeles: A Conversation with Ken Bernstein – June 26th

The Southern California Planning Congress
invites you to the following on-line event.

Preserving Los Angeles:
A Conversation with Ken Bernstein

Saturday, June 26, 2021
10:00 AM to 11:30 AM via Zoom


Under planner Ken Bernstein’s leadership, the City of Los Angeles has developed one of the most successful historic preservation programs in the nation. In his new book, Preserving Los Angeles, he showcases the City as a model, demonstrating how preservation can revitalize neighborhoods, create a Downtown renaissance, and build community. With over 300 full-color images by prominent architectural photographer Stephen Schafer, the book highlights interesting discoveries from SurveyLA, the citywide historic resources survey, and is a field guide to historic exploration in every Los Angeles community. Come join us for a discussion with Ken Bernstein to learn about how historic places can transform America’s cities.

About Ken Bernstein, AICP

Ken Bernstein, AICP directs the Office of Historic Resources and Urban Design Studio for the City of Los Angeles Department of City Planning, leading citywide planning and community planning initiatives. He has directed the creation of LA’s comprehensive historic preservation program and the completion of SurveyLA, a ground-breaking citywide survey of the City’s historic resources. He previously directed the preservation advocacy work of the Los Angeles Conservancy, the nation’s largest membership-based local preservation organization, and lectures frequently on preservation and urban planning.

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Zoom Address:
https://cpp.zoom.us/j/89309874536
Meeting ID# 89309874536 Password: 786086

This event is eligible for 1.5 hours of AICP Certificate Maintenance Self-Reporting Credit.
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Preserving Los Angeles: A Conversation with Ken Bernstein – June 26th
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