The Save Your Spaces Festival has been designed to engage, activate and inspire your creativity. See which panels, sessions or workshops fit your cultural preservation needs.
Edith Kelman || BiRacial History Project || Undying Faith
Dr. Shari Williams || The Ridge Macon County Archaeology Project || The Ridge Project
Lauren Jones || Yes.Please || Welcome In Day
Hope Iglehart || Historic Athens || Old South
Chris Jarrett || Slim Film Productions || Home Again: A Bike Ride to A Bike Race
Our Festival will be hosted in two amazing spaces on Saturday, May 21, 2022 that offer the perfect setting for community members to gather and make actionable change in historic preservation.
10:00 am- 4:oo pm
Located in the Westview Community, The Ke’nekt Cooperative is a hyperlocal community think tank of where global ideas are not only explored in theory, but developed and invested into by the very community in which they live with cooperative economics.
6:00pm - 11:00 pm
Located in Adair Park, Create ATL is a collaboration space that brings together powerful neighbors and the business leaders of tomorrow.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Anyone who is intrigued by local history, wants to contribute to storytelling, have a (his/her)story to preserve, curious and wants to learn more about cultural heritage and create ways to preserve that embraces one’s own culture.
WHY ATTEND: Build a network of community-selected and designated heritage and historic sites, join in on educational and skill-building programs, get involved or create your own project, and more!
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