The Foundation’s Upcoming Events
The 640 Heritage Preservation Foundation is pleased to partner with San Francisco Heritage to co-present its 2020 Lecture Series.
In honor of the ratification of women’s right to vote in 1920, the theme of this year’s series is Women in Preservation. Each program will spotlight and celebrate women both past and present who have worked to preserve San Francisco’s unique cultural and architectural heritage. The virtual programs will incorporate historic photos, maps, audio, and video, and be recorded for subsequent sharing and archiving.
Due to the uncertain nature of the COVID-19 crisis, we will host an all-virtual 2020 season, made free and open to the public online.
On October 22, join us for a presentation exploring Gender, Race, and History at San Francisco Asian American Sites. Michelle Magalong, Executive Director of Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in Historic Preservation (APIAHiP), will lead us in a panel discussion.
Grant Din, Board Member, Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in Historic Preservation
Erika Gee, Senior Planner, Community Planning Department, Chinatown Community Development Center; Board Member, Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in Historic Preservation
Karen Kai, Vice Chair, Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in Historic Preservation
Edward Tepporn, Executive Director, Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation
These events are free, but registration is required. To register for the October 22 lecture, please register below or call 415.441.3000.
*This program has a limit of 100 participants on Zoom. But we will also be live-streaming the program on SF Heritage’s Facebook at www.facebook.com/SFHeritage
This is a virtual event that will be hosted on the Zoom platform. You will need access to a computer or other device that is capable of accessing the internet. You can watch and listen to the sessions through your mobile device, but we recommend that you pre-download the Zoom web app for Android or the Apple Store app, both of which are available for free. You may also visit these links using your desktop computer and you will be prompted to download the desktop app.