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How do you let a city know that they’re not only hosting your conference — they’re also invited to the festivities? The Society of Architectural Historians’ Christopher Kirbabas says that local media is key. SAH works closely with the local press, including placing ads in newspapers and pitching stories to various outlets. “Some tours really catch the local press’ ear, and then it goes from there,” Kirbabas said.
The Society of Architectural Historians helps residents in its host city get to know their hometown a little better — by inviting them on exclusive tours. Local tours aren’t usually the highlight of a conference, but for the Society of Architectural Historians (SAH), they’re an essential — and beloved — part of the program. At its 2017 Annual International Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, this past June, 7–11, SAH offered a staggering 26 local tours over the course of the five-day meeting.
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Selecting a term
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