ARE YOU READY TO CELEBRATE THE 2022 PRESERVATION AWARDS?
Preservation Buffalo Niagara could not be more thrilled to announce our first in-person awards celebration since 2019! Join us to find out who is the best of the best in preservation throughout Western New York. Find out who will take home The Louise Bethune Award for Outstanding Project, which up-and-coming preservationist will take home The Mary Talbert Award for Emerging Preservation Leader, and many more!
The awards will take place on May 19th at The Eleanor and Wilson Greatbatch Pavilion, a luminous space designed by Toshiko Mori which offers a dramatic sweeping view of famed local landmark, the Darwin D. Martin House. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres from Oliver’s, sip a cocktail or two, and reunite with colleagues in the industry.
Our event will feature a silent auction, a raffle, and PBN is honored to have Donovan Rypkema as our keynote speaker. President of Heritage Strategies International and principal of PlaceEconomics, Rypkema has undertaken assignments in 49 US States and more than 50 countries. He is the author of The Economics of Historic Preservation and The Feasibility Assessment Manual for Reusing Historic Buildings, and teaches preservation economics at the University of Pennsylvania where he received the G. Holmes Perkins Award for Distinguished Teaching In 2012 and was the recipient of the Crowninshield Award from the National Trust.
*Preservation Buffalo Niagara will follow all federal and Erie County guidance at the time of the event. Guests should either be fully vaccinated or wear a mask for this indoors event.