Preservation Maryland’s Executive Director Nicholas Redding is the host of PreserveCast, a podcast with a worldwide listenership that explores the broad world of preservation from every angle – from drones to mudlarking and everything in between.
Preservation Maryland is pleased to announce it has received a grant award from Maryland Humanities’ Voices and Votes Electoral Engagement Project to support the expansion of the organization’s Ballot & Beyond women’s history project.
May PreserveCast Recap
06/02/2021 By Dana Cohen
PreserveCast brings you stories from around the world about the people who are doing the work to preserve, interpret, and save our past. Hosted by Preservation Maryland’s President and CEO Nicholas Redding, each weekly episode makes the case for the value, relevance, and importance of history in our lives. Here’s what you may have missed in May:
May 24: On this first edition of PreserveCast Conversations: The Professor and the Practitioner, a new monthly feature of PreserveCast, co-hosts Nicholas Redding and Dr. Whitney Martinko explore the trends, topics and issues that are making headlines in the world of preservation this month.
May 17: Alex Langlands, an experimental archaeologist who has used his understanding of the past and of craft to help bridge the divide between history and entertainment – and to make the case for using our hands in a digital world.
May 3: Gastroegyptology with Xbox creator Seamus Blackley, a high energy physicist and game designer. He is also an amateur gastroegyptologist who made headlines in 2020 after he baked from 4,000+ year old Egyptian yeast.
As an award-winning communications professional who creates and manages strategic campaigns, Dana has a special interest in crisis communications and public affairs. She works with our team and partners to tell the stories about our important preservation work and highlight what makes Maryland’s historic buildings, communities and landscapes special.