In order to generate awareness about Mehrauli's remarkable water heritage among a wider audience, a series of online public lectures are being launched by WMF's affiliate in India under the "Historic Water Systems of India" project.
Join us for an exclusive presentation and discussion exploring WMF’s history working at Angkor Archaeological Park in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Moderated by Ginevra Boatto, WMF Regional Representative for Southeast Asia, this event will explore the significance of WMF’s work at a number of sites, the completion of work at three temples, and WMF’s plans for continued conservation efforts.
The 2023 World Monuments Summit will explore ongoing work to rehabilitate historic water management systems in India; celebrate efforts to revive historic interiors; and go behind the scenes of a major project to document African heritage sites.
Celebrate the start of summer with music, cocktails, and spectacular views from the rooftop at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Terrace Room, hosted by the Junior Board of World Monuments Fund (WMF). Join us for an evening to honor the individuals and communities who advocate for the protection of cultural heritage sites around the world.
Join us for a panel discussion exploring World Monuments Fund’s (WMF) ongoing efforts to tackle the growing global water crisis by reviving historic water management systems in India and Nepal.
Join WMF Britain Executive Director John Darlington for the virtual launch of his latest book, Amongst the Ruins: Why Civilizations Collapse and Communities Disappear.
This talk will give an understanding of the journey of York Minster, the largest medieval gothic cathedral in Northern Europe.
Join us for an inside look at what Ukrainian heritage professionals and international organizations are doing to safeguard Ukraine’s irreplaceable heritage.
Join WMF President and CEO, Bénédicte de Montlaur, in exploring WMF sites throughout Egypt.
One year after the launch of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, World Monuments Fund (WMF) and the J. Paul Getty Trust invite you to attend the 2023 Paul Mellon Lecture on the intentional destruction of culture during conflict.