U.S. Capitol at dusk (Photo courtesy of Capital Region USA)
APH Annual Conference
Washington, DC November 8-12, 2013 (Friday-Tuesday)
As personal historians, we strive to delight our clients—always searching for the best ways to reflect the essence of their lives in our books, videos and other media projects. We seek to strengthen our businesses and our approach to reaching ever more families. The 2013 APH Conference, Capital Reflections, will help experienced as well as beginner personal historians learn innovative creative techniques and marketing strategies.
Gathering in Washington, DC, will allow attendees to encounter the city's vast array of institutions dedicated to preserving history. The Newseum, National Archives, Library of Congress, National Museum of American History, Holocaust Museum, The Capitol, and the monuments are just a few of the places that invite you to witness history creatively connected to the present.
Most exciting of all are the professional and educational resources available here that will contribute to a rich conference program, reflecting the needs of our industry. Creative professionals and entrepreneurs will share their talents and successes, offering us ways to enhance our own efforts.
I am proud to invite you to Washington, DC, to experience the inspiration and expertise reflected in this historic and vibrant capital city.
Steve Young-PBS Producer
World War II Memorial and Newseum