ASSOCIATION FOR TRIBAL ARCHIVES, LIBRARIES, AND MUSEUMS (ATALM) CONFERENCE IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
Robert Schaefer AIA, LEED AP BD+C moderated a panel of speakers telling their stories of collaboration to restore the historic Muscogee (Creek) Nation Council House in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. The panel spoke at the ATALM Conference in the nation’s capitol. Along with many insights, they shared guidance for others engaging in similar historic preservation projects requiring everything from architecture and archaeology to archival research.
SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE IN DUBUQUE, IOWA
Selser Schaefer Architects’ own John Griffin discussed the challenges and immeasurable rewards of making sustainability an inherent aspect of good architectural and urban design at Dubuque’s Sustainability Conference. His talk, “The Point of No Return: Examining the True Economic Costs of Sprawl,” draws on his experience as an award-winning urban designer.