ADAPTIVE REUSE IN MEMPHIS:
2010 Annual Preservation Series
The Ultimate Recycling
Memphis Heritage is grateful to the following architects, planners,
historians and adventurers who will share their first-hand experiences
with adaptive reuse:
Martin E. Gorman, Jr., AIA | Janet Smith-Haltom, AIA
Keith Kays, AIA | Charles Shipp, AIA | Jeanne Myers, Assoc. AIA
Joseph P. Hagan, AIA | David M. Schermann, AIA | Jimmy Ogle
Andy Kitsinger, AIA | Cyndy Grivich Tucker
This March marks the eleventh year of Memphis Heritage's March Preservation Series. The series is organized by the MHI Education Committee and presented by speakers from the Memphis community who generously give of their time and talent to bring Memphis' history to life. This year we spotlight a timely issue of particular importance: preservation's crucial role in promoting sustainability. At a time of increasing concern about the ever-growing consumption of energy and rapid depletion of natural resources, we are reminded that buildings are renewable, not just disposable.
Dedicated to Jack R. Tucker, Jr., FAIA
Noted Architect, Historic Preservation Advocate, and Downtown Residential Pioneer
Starting March 1st
Class Size is Limited, So Register Today!
The classes will be held each Monday in March at Memphis Heritage's Howard Hall, 2282 Madison at Edgewood, from 7:00pm - 8:30pm. The Series will end Saturday, April 3, with a walking tour led by Jimmy Ogle of Jack Tucker's most notable Downtown projects.
MON, MARCH 1: An Overview of Adaptive Reuse in Memphis and the
Contributions of Jack Tucker, FAIA
Andy Kitsinger, AIA - VP Planning & Development, Center City Commission;
Cyndy Grivich Tucker; Keith S. Kays, AIA; Charles Shipp, AIA
MON, MARCH 8: Martin E. Gorman, Jr., AIA - Principal TROJung/Brannen
Federal Reserve Bank, Goldsmith Department Store, Central Station (first phase)
MON, MARCH 15: Janet Smith-Haltom, AIA - Hnedak Bobo Group
Junior Achievement, Fire Museum, Court House
MON, MARCH 22: Joseph P. Hagan, AIA and David M. Schermann, AIA - Architecture, Inc.
Barton Cotton Co., East High School, Ferrell Calhoun Paint Building
MON, MARCH 29: Bill Nixon, AIA, Jeanne Myers, Assoc. AIA
Custom House transition for the new U of M Law School
SAT, APRIL 3: Walking Tour of Jack Tucker's Most Notable Downtown Projects
Jimmy Ogle, Adventurer
Memphis Heritage's Howard Hall | 2282 Madison at Edgewood | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Registration Fee: Class Size is Limited So Register Today!
$50.00 for Memphis Heritage members, $60.00 for non-members
Registration is for the complete series; individual class tickets are not available.
Three Ways To Register:
1. Mail check to MHI at 2282 Madison, Memphis, TN 38104
2. Credit Card (Visa/MC) call (901) 272-2727