Tag: historic preservation

  • Q & A with Alumna Mary Kennedy

    ALUMNI PROFILE—MARY KENNEDY What year(s) did you attend Ball State University and what program did you complete? I completed the MSHP program, attending from 1998-2000. What interested you in pursuing a higher education in Historic Preservation? My parents frequently took our family to visit historic sites and buildings, museums, etc. growing up.  I also grew […]

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  • Avenue of the Architects

    Fifth Street, Columbus, Indiana – Student Exhibition Over the years, Columbus, Indiana has undergone a transformation from an ordinary Midwestern city to a world-renowned Midwestern Modernist Must-see. Although the entire City of Columbus is overflowing with architectural riches, one street in particular ­– 5th Street – is so saturated with great works that is was […]

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  • Students Learn the Value of Preserving Our History

    Story by MSHP Students Students learn the value of preservation in Jonathan Spodek’s documentation and preservation technology studio courses. Master students in historic preservation diligently worked with the Greentown Historical Society in Greentown, Indiana, to document the street facades of the historic district downtown as well as the interior documentation of the buildings owned by […]

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