Pennsylvania's Historic Preservation Awards continue a tradition held since 1979 whereby excellence in preservation is recognized and honored.
Presented each September by Preservation Pennsylvania, the annual awards recognize significant contributions in the field of historic preservation made by both individuals and organizations. Recognition encompasses the categories of preservation initiatives, construction and archaeology projects.
In September 27, 2013, Totts Gap Arts Institute was awarded THE PENNSYLVANIA HISTORIC PRESERVATION AWARD for special initiatives, services or commitment to preservation values under the heading of Community Involvement.
Read the Preservation Pennsylvania newsletter showcasing the awards here.
On January 22, 2013, The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce awarded Totts Gap Arts Institute their "Exemplary Revitalization Project Award of 2012". Jim Gloria, the project's designer, accepted the award at The 2013 Lehigh Valley Economic Outlook & Community Investment Awards Luncheon.
You can see a video of the awards ceremony here.