Schedule for the Third Annual
ISTS Small Town Symposium
College Park, Maryland, April 3-7, 2006

Monday, April 3, 2pm. KIBEL GALLERY
Roger K. Lewis, columnist, The Washington Post
Professor, SAPP, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland

Monday, April 3, 6pm, SAPP AUDITORIUM
Parris Glendening, former Governor of Maryland
President, Smart Growth Leadership Institute, Annapolis, Maryland


Tuesday, April 4, noon, KIBEL GALLERY
Susan Begley, Design Specialist,
National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, DC

Tuesday, April 4, 6pm, SAPP AUDITORIUM
Michael Alcorn, author The Catalog Houses of Geo. F. Barber & Co.
Tate Snyder Kimsey Architects, Henderson, Nevada


Wednesday, April 5, noon, KIBEL GALLERY
Robert Dorgan, Director, Institute for Small Town Studies
Fairfield, Iowa / Washington DC

Wednesday, April 5, 2pm, KIBEL GALLERY
Don Linebaugh, Director, Historic Preservation Program,
University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland

Wednesday, April 5, 6pm, SAPP AUDITORIUM
Bruce Lindsey, Head, School of Architecture, Auburn University
Co-Director, Rural Studio, Auburn, Alabama


Thursday, April 6, noon, KIBEL GALLERY
Dale Mulfinger, author The Cabin and The Architecture of Edwin Lundie
principal, SALA Architects, Excelsior, Minnesota

Thursday, April 6, 4pm, SAPP AUDITORIUM
James Howard Kunstler, author, The Geography of Nowhere,
Home from Nowhere,
and The City in Mind, Saratoga Springs, New York


Friday, April 7, noon, KIBEL GALLERY
Elizabeth Gilboy and Terri Fisher, Community Design Assistance Center,
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia

Friday, April 7, 2pm, KIBEL GALLERY
Ralph Bennett, Professor, SAPP, University of Maryland
President, Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Takoma Park, Maryland


"The Many-Sided Story of Small Town Studies"
The Catalog Houses of Geo. F. Barber & Co., an exhibition by Michael Alcorn
Lost Communities of Virginia, by the Virginia Tech Community Design Assistance Center
Small Town Design Initiatives by Auburnís Center for Architecture & Urban Studies
Shaping the City cartoons from The Washington Post by Roger K. Lewis
See America travel posters from the Works Progress Administration
Selections from the ISTS Archives

Photographs from the Third Annual ISTS Small Town Symposium

This year's Symposium was held on the verdant College Park campus of the University of Maryland

Opening Night Receptioin in the Kibel Gallery after Governor Glendening's Keynote Address

University of Maryland Professor Ralph Bennett presents "Five Unconventional Settlements in Maryland"

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Second Annual ISTS Small Town Symposium held in Boulder City, Nevada
First Annual ISTS Small Town Symposium held in Fairfield, Iowa

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