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There will be much for fans of modern design to like at the upcoming California Preservation Conference, an event filled with talks and tours and seminars aimed at professional historians and architects—and at serious amateurs.
"We are making a real push on modernism this year," says Curtis Drake, of Save Our Heritage Organization, who will lead a modernism tour.
And keep in mind—if you are tempted to attend—reserve your tour spots quickly as tickets are going fast!
The conference, 'Gateways to Preservation: New Frontiers,' will be headquartered at the Naval Training Center, a closed military base being renovated in San Diego, and run from April 29 to May 2. The training center, the foundation boasts, is "a new landmark showcasing San Diego's creative community."
The nonprofit California Preservation Foundation is...