CULTURAL CONVERSATIONS - WHAT MAKES A BUILDING HISTORIC, RATHER THAN JUST OLD?Tuesday 5/4
During Historic Preservation Month (May), a panel of local experts will discuss traits of buildings that make them historic led by Niki Norton, AIA.
Meet our panelists:
Alice Luckhardt: A former teacher, Alice has spent the last 20 years researching and writing historical and genealogical articles and books. She is published in numerous national magazines including recently the 'History Magazine', April 2012 with a feature article on the RMS Titanic.
Douette Pryce: Owns his own firm, Pryce Resources LLC, a real estate development and investment advisory company, that utilizes his many attributes learned through his career. His focus is on the research, development and management of feasible and sustainable real estate projects. His firm’s disciplines include site selection, due diligence research and analysis, site-plan design, financial analysis, budgeting, financial reporting, forecasting of new construction and redevelopment management.
Kia Fontaine: has been with The Lyric for thirteen years and is responsible for all day-to-day operations and general management of The Lyric. Prior to coming to The Lyric, Kia served as the Historic Preservation Officer and as a Deputy City Clerk for the City of Fort Pierce. Ms. Fontaine has been a resident of the Treasure Coast for all of her life and is passionate about performing arts.
Sponsored by PNC Bank.