31 Friday / May 31, 2019

Rosemary P. Miller Lecture Series Presents: Randy Shipp “Press a Button, Get a House”

07:00 pm to 08:00 pm
Ivy Tech Waldron Arts Center (122 S Walnut Street) in the Whikehart Auditorium

Join us for the annual Rosemary P. Miller Lecture Series hosting Randy Shipp, “Press a Button, Get a House.” This event is free to the public and will be hosted at the Ivy Tech Waldron Arts Center (122 S Walnut Street) in the Whikehart Auditorium from 7 – 8 PM.
Randy Shipp is a Historic Preservation Specialist in the Historic Preservation Office, Lexington, Kentucky. He has served in this capacity for over nineteen years. As part of this staff, he conducts historic research, documents buildings and structures, prepares National Register of Historic Places nominations and serves as a staff member for the local Board of Architectural Review. A graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a degree in Historic Preservation, he has worked in the preservation/architecture field for nearly forty years. He previously served as a regional preservation planner in Southeast Georgia, Main Street Manager for the City of Frankfort, Kentucky, and an architectural draftsman for Coblin, Porter & Associates of Frankfort, Kentucky . As a personal field of interest, he has been researching Gunnison Homes, Inc., for since 2002. He has presented on this subject at Kentucky state-wide conferences, National Trust for Historic Preservation conference and the University of Kentucky School of Design.

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