may 2021

20may6:00 pmStonehenge Memorial: Past, Present & FutureThursday, May 20 | 6 PM (virtual program)Event Type :Public Program,VIRTUAL EVENT


Event Details


Maryhill’s Stonehenge Memorial was recently nominated to the National Register of Historic Places; learn more about the monument’s fascinating origins, its construction and ongoing conservation efforts in a conversation with preservation planners and conservators from Architectural Resources Group.

ARG previously completed repairs to the historic exterior of Maryhill Museum of Art and is a leader in the field of preservation design, having worked on some of the West Coast’s most iconic buildings and sites.

During this virtual program, you will hear from ARG preservation planners Matt Davis and Caity Ewers, who will share information related to the National Register nomination, and from Maya Foty and Candace Naste, who will talk about the conservation needs and efforts to be undertaken at Stonehenge Memorial. Maryhill Museum of Art‘s executive director, Colleen Schafroth, will share information about preservation and improvement projects already underway and how you can get involved in future efforts.

Cost: Free; advance registration required.


Maya Foty AIA, LEED AP | Principal
Based in Portland, Oregon, Maya’s experience includes numerous preservation projects on both the East and West Coasts. She has worked in both the public and private sectors and has taken several large projects through the design, permitting and construction phases. With a passion for historic buildings, Maya has extensive experience in historic documentation, building condition surveys, construction document production and construction management. Maya is vice-chair of the Portland Historic Landmark Commission and provides leadership and expertise on maintaining and enhancing Portland’s historic and Architectural heritage.

Caitlyn Ewers Preservation Planner
Caitlyn is a preservation planner and architectural historian with three years of professional experience in cultural resource management. She has previously interned with the City of Portland’s Bureau of Planning and Sustainability and the City of San Francisco’s Planning Department. Her specialties include conducting cultural resource surveys; compiling environmental documents for National Environmental Policy Act compliance; and producing archival and technical reports for compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. Caitlyn received her Master of Science in Historic Preservation from the University of Oregon, where her research centered on cultural resource management strategies. Caitlyn volunteers with Portland’s Architectural Heritage Center and is a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Matthew M. Davis AICP | Principal | Preservation Planner
Matthew is a preservation planner and architectural historian with over 14 years of project management experience in the treatment of historic properties. His specialties include conducting historic resource evaluations; completing National Register nominations and environmental compliance documentation; assessing project design for conformance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards; communicating with local and state historic review commissions; and developing preservation plans and design guidelines. Matthew received his Master of City Planning (MCP) degree from UC Berkeley, where he focused on land use and historic resource issues. Matthew serves as Secretary of APA Oregon’s Board of Directors and President of Restore Oregon’s Board of Directors. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).

Candace Naste Designer
Candace is a well-rounded design professional with experience on both the East and West Coasts. Her past work includes a wide range of project types, including master plans, ground-up construction, and renovation work ranging in size from 1,500 SF to 200,000 SF. On these projects, she has filled the roles of Project Manager, Project Architect, and Designer for numerous public and private clients alike. Candace’s portfolio includes extensive work on laboratory projects. Candace’s portfolio includes extensive work on complex projects, many in historic buildings.


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