On Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 7 pm, at the recently restored College of Charleston Sottile Theatre, the Preservation Society of Charleston will host the 67th Carolopolis Awards. Expanding on its tradition of recognizing exemplary efforts in preservation, the Society will recognize a diverse group of 18 winning projects through this year’s program.
Tickets to the in-person event are on sale now, but a live-stream ticket option will also be available to Charleston residents and beyond. Your ticket directly supports the mission of the Society
Advance tickets are $100 for in-person guests, $20 for live-stream viewers, and may be purchased at www.preservationsociety.org.
The Carolopolis Award was created in 1953 to recognize outstanding achievement in historic preservation. The presentation of a Carolopolis Award recognizes extraordinary private and public efforts to maintain the historic character and authenticity of Charleston and the Lowcountry. To date, the Preservation Society has presented more than 1,400 awards in recognition of such achievement. In 2016, the Society introduced new awards for the preservation of historic interiors as well as compatible new construction.
For more information, visit www.preservationsociety.org/events/67th-carolopolis-awards/