The Road Less Traveled Conference

Turn Signals—Current Issues Facing Site Stewards

September 28, 2017 10:45 a.m.

This session offered practical advice and anecdotes from real experiences about the challenges and rewards of stewardship of vernacular art sites.

Moderator: Mike McFalls
Panelists: Erika Nelson, Peter Tokofsky, Alex Gartelmann, Jim Draeger

When an organization makes the decision to become the steward of an artist-built environment, it takes on a complex and ever changing role. Organization members are called to wear many hats and to stretch resources. Experts with significant field experience and a history of success spoke about the role and challenges facing site stewards. This session offered practical advice and anecdotes from real experiences about the struggles and rewards of stewardship of vernacular art sites.

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