What does it mean to call a place a site of conscience? While the word conscience has associations with fairness and justice, the stories surrounding these sites most often describe situations where there was an overwhelming lack of both these things. Regine Kennedy’s presentation explores the challenges of interpreting sites of conscience through a series of project case studies.
Visit us at booth #303 for NAI 2013 to talk about our interpretation services and how we can work together to convey the stories at your site. Come and see our presentation, Don’t Look Away, about interpreting Sites of Conscience on Thursday, November 7 at 11:15am (Room Crystal 4). The paper and presentation are available for download below.
Regine is a resourceful planner, facilitator, and project manager whose award-winning work includes community engagement, interpretive planning, and exhibit development. She has effectively engaged a broad range of stakeholders, professionals, and communities, including several American Indian tribes. Regine is the Planning & Engagement Manager at 106 Group.