52nd Annual Dinner & Awards Program
Thursday October 13th, 2022 | Brown Palace Hotel
Check-In & Cocktail Hour – 5:00 PM | Dinner & Awards Program – 7:00 PM
For the fifty-second year, Historic Denver will gather over 400 of Denver’s civic and business leaders, design professionals, respected craftsmen, and local advocates to celebrate our city’s heritage and built environment.
Historic Denver’s Annual Dinner & Awards Program honors individuals and projects that anchor our city’s culture and provide for a vibrant future. Three individual awards, the Molly Brown Award, the Ann Love Award, and the Keystone Award will be presented, along with four Community Preservation Awards for outstanding projects and one Re-Mix Award for an innovative mix of old and new architecture.
Each year, we have the honor of taking over the Grand Lobby of Denver’s iconic Brown Palace Hotel for our cocktail hour. This rare honor, in such a stunning historic setting, brings together those most passionate about preserving our city’s unique identity and diverse stories. Ways to participate include:
- Purchasing a Table for Eight Guests
- Each table seats ten – your support sponsors two community members’ tickets to our dinner
- Purchasing Individual Tickets
- Individual Tickets – $195
- Patron Tickets – $250 (Includes two drink tickets for the Cocktail Hour)
- Event Sponsorships
- Event sponsors garner significant recognition and premier seating during the always sold-out event, so reserve your table today! Each sponsorship will include eight guest tickets and underwrite two additional tickets for community guests.
Historic Denver's 52nd Annual Dinner & Awards Program
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Our Award Selection Process & Criteria:
A jury comprised of current Historic Denver Board Members and past award winners reviewed the nominations and recommended a slate of award winners who were approved by the full board. Historic Denver took into account each nomination, as well as the collection of honorees in making our final decision, seeking to ensure that a range of project types and efforts were included, and that our organization is upholding its diversity, equity, inclusion and access values.
- Nominations were also considered based on the following criteria:
- Impact a project or person has had on the Denver community, i.e. its benefit to the city
- Degree to which the project serves as an example of excellence in historic preservation and influences others to follow-suit
- Degree to which the project or person supports diversity, equity, inclusion, access, or environmental sustainability
- Innovative solutions to preservation including, but not exclusive to: Creative partnerships or community engagement efforts, original programming, thoughtful adaptive reuse, best practices in sustainability or technologies that mitigate climate change, cultural sustainability or heritage conservation, and/or creative financing or funding sources