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November 2022

Free

Design in the Tropics: Cuban Design Excellence with Hermes Mallea presented by Kanner & Whiteley, LLC

Celebrated Cuban-American author and architect Hermes Mallea presents his book Havana Living Today, a look at the continued and storied design excellence that can be seen in the homes of Havana residents. The talk will be followed by conversation about excellence in global design, moderated by local interior designer and PRC board member Nomita Joshi-Gupta. Reception and book signing with Hermes Mallea to follow. Hosted by the PRC Multicultural Heritage Committee and generously sponsored by Kanner & Whiteley, LLC. Free.…

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$85.00 – $95.00

Historic House Specialist: New Orleans

This popular program provides detailed information about the historic house types, architectural styles and neighborhoods of New Orleans, as well as best practices in historic renovation, rehabilitation tax incentives and historic house research. This program will earn four continuing-education credits for Realtors from the LA Real Estate Commission, as well as credit towards certification as a PRC-approved Historic House Specialist, which will be awarded upon attendance at two more PRC programs. Space limited, advance registration required.   Cost: $95 for…

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Free – $10.00

Beams and Brews visits 3232 Grand Route St. John

Mike Bertel and Caroline Rogers, owners of Inhab Group, purchased what appeared to be a 1920s raised Craftsman Double. The removal of layers of modern features uncovered brick between post construction, bargeboard walls, cypress flooring, and federalist windows. Looking intently at the construction and completing in-depth archival research revealed that the home was built between 1812 and 1830 and originally may have been a dogtrot design. The open breezeway or “dogtrot” was then modified into an enclosed center hall that…

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Navigating the HDLC


Click here to register for this free Zoom webinar The Preservation Resource Center partners with the Historic District Landmarks Commission to offer this free course designed to help property owners understand the HDLC application process and avoid the frustrations experienced by some applicants. Taught by HDLC Deputy Director Eleanor Burke, this class provides an opportunity for property owners to ask questions and learn more about how to work through the HDLC process. This online program, presented via Zoom, is free to…

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December 2022

$300.00 – $400.00

PRC’s 47th Annual Holiday Home Tour Patron Party presented by Gallo Mechanical


Featured home of the 2022 Holiday Home Tour Patron Party presented by Gallo Mechanical.

Kick off the Holidays at the party of the season - the PRC's 47th Holiday Home Tour Patron Party presented by Gallo Mechanical!   Join us on December 3rd at the home of Amy and Garrison Neill 1717 Coliseum St.   VIP Hour: 6:00pm – 7:00pm Patron Party 7:00pm – 10:00pm   **NEW** this year is our special VIP hour which includes a champagne welcome, exclusive VIP performances and a specialty culinary experience. The VIP Hour features: VIP Champagne reception…

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$40.00 – $50.00

PRC’s 47th Annual Holiday Home Tour presented by McEnery Residential


New Orleans’ favorite holiday tradition is back! Tour the interiors and grounds of six stunning private homes and one bonus property all dressed up for the holidays in the historic Garden District. Festivities also include live musical performances, a festive boutique, book signings, design talks and more! This beloved event returns to its pre-pandemic format! BUY TICKETS Special thanks to our Holiday Home Tour Chairs Erin Hymel and Mirell Gallo   Saturday & Sunday, Dec. 10 & 11 Home Tour: …

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January 2023

Free

The “Creolization” of Bermuda Vernacular Architecture: a Discussion about Tropical Design

Much like Louisiana’s colonial building history, Bermuda’s vernacular architecture epitomizes a Creolization process that matched British building notions with local materials. This talk by Dr. Brent Fortenberry, director of Tulane University’s Master of Science in Historic Preservation program, explores the development of Bermuda’s architecture as an index of its changing identity in the British Atlantic world.   Fortenberry specializes in the vernacular architecture of the British Atlantic world and contemporary issues in historic preservation and cultural heritage. His most recent…

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Navigating the HDLC


The Preservation Resource Center partners with the Historic District Landmarks Commission to offer this free course designed to help property owners understand the HDLC application process and avoid the frustrations experienced by some applicants. Taught by Bryan Block Vieux Carre Commission / Historic Districts Landmarks Commission Executive Director at City of New O at City of New Orleans, this class provides an opportunity for property owners to ask questions and learn more about how to work through the HDLC process. This class…

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President’s Circle Reception


Presidents Circle 1/19

Please join Deana and Larry Blackburn for an elegant reception celebrating the Preservation Resource Center's President's Circle members. Enjoy drinks and hors d'oeuvres while learning about the exciting new work of the PRC. Remarks by PRC Executive Director Danielle Del Sol and PRC Board President Katie Witry. Please RSVP HERE by Wednesday, January 18th to Whiton Paine, Director of Development. This reception is an exclusive benefit to President's Circle members, to become a President's Circle member click here.

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Free – $10.00

The Importance of Water Management: Preserving New Orleans’ Future breakfast series

The inaugural Preserving New Orleans’ Future lecture will feature Justin Ehrenwerth, President and CEO of the Water Institute, who will illuminate, in laymen’s terms, how our city is protected from storms, and what else our community needs to invest in to keep the city safe. His talk, which includes new research findings, is titled, “Preservation and Opportunity: The Importance of Water Management in New Orleans.” Preserving New Orleans' Future is a new, monthly breakfast series that will bring insight into…

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