The Cultural Landscape Foundation
Landscapes for Living: Post War Landscape Architecture in Georgia,  November 5, 2010 at the Atlanta History Center


Jeanne Lambin

Ms. Lambin is the Chair of Historic Preservation at the Savannah College of Art and Design and author of the National Trust Booklet, Preserving the Resources from the Recent Past. Prior to relocating to Savannah, she was the Program Officer for the Wisconsin Field Office of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Before joining the Trust, Ms. Lambin worked as a preservation planner for the Commission on Chicago Landmarks. While at the Commission, she conducted a reconnaissance level survey of post-1940 architecture in Chicago. She is a former board member of DoCoMoMo US (Documentation and Conservation of the Modern Movement) and has given numerous talks and presentations throughout the country on preserving our more recent heritage. Her presentations have been highlighted in the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Pittsburg Post-Gazette and the National Trust Forum Newsletter. Currently Ms. Lambin is working with the National Alliance of Historic Preservation Commissions to create on on-line style guide of recent past resources to assist local historic preservation commissions in their efforts to survey and document the recent past. She has served as the Wisconsin Representative of the Recent Past preservation network and was a member of the Steering Committee of the Roger Brown Study Collection in Chicago, the former home and studio of noted 20th century painter, Roger Brown. She holds a B.S. in Anthropology from Loyola University of Chicago and a Masters degree in Historic Preservation from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.