The vernacular Art Deco architecture of the Church Hill Theatre in rural Queen Anne’s County is a rare site – and its home to a local performing theatre company that also well cares for their historic theatre. Preservation Maryland will recognize Church Hill Theatre with a Community Choice award at the Best of Maryland preservation awards.
Aaron Marcavitch, Executive Director of the Anacostia Trails State Heritage Area, is a leader in heritage tourism and preservation partnership in Maryland and will be recognized with The Gearhart Professional Service Award by Preservation Maryland at our annual Best of Maryland awards.
The Ark of Hungerford Creek is a one-of-a-kind-historic-resource – and was recently moved to safety by the Calvert Marine Museum. Their efforts will be recognized with a Best of Maryland award from Preservation Maryland.
Led by Lewis Contractors, a team of experts and artisans recently worked on a detailed restoration project at the historic Hackerman House of The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore City. For their extraordinary efforts to protect the building’s historic interior and impressive art collection, Preervation Maryland will recognize those involved with a Best of Maryland award.