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Preservation Resource Center

October 2022

Free

An introduction to Inherited Property and Wills by Louisiana Appleseed

Have you inherited property? Do you plan to leave your home to your family? Join us for a presentation by Louisiana Appleseed, a nonprofit organization dedicated to statewide policy, advocacy and education and focused on social justice, including issues related to title clearance, free legal help and estate planning. This informative presentation will provide knowledge about inherited property. Come learn the ins and outs of heirs' property and how to safeguard your heirs. This presentation will be held in-person and…

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November 2022

Free

Climate change resilience: How New Orleans can survive and thrive after intense storms

Join the PRC for an in-person presentation by Terri Dreyer, founding partner of NANO, that addresses topics such as climate change, rising tides and proposed building designs to help make New Orleans neighborhoods stronger and better equipped to deal with the impact and aftermath of intense storms. Originally stemming from NANO’s award-winning exhibit at the 2021 Time Space Existence/Venice Biennale event hosted by the European Cultural Centre, their proposed multi-purpose “arx” or community hubs, if strategically placed throughout the City…

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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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