Francois Tainturier will discuss the conservation of Shwe-nandaw Monastery and World Monuments Fund's approach for the first internationally-led conservation project on a timber structure in Myanmar/Burma.
At the 2019 Paul Mellon Lecture, Erich Theophile of the Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust will discuss the ongoing recovery effort and the invaluable lessons learned from this destructive event.
Join us for the project launch of Preserving Iraq's Heritage, hosted by Google Arts & Culture.
Join us for a festive evening of support as we raise funds and awareness for Mexico's cultural heritage damaged during recent natural disasters.
Renowned architectural photographer Iwan Baan will present on the role photography plays in bringing historic places to life.
Jonathan F. P. Rose, acclaimed urban planner, will speak on his view of the most coherent urban solutions to address global cities, integrating a vision of human and natural systems.
Join us for World Monuments Fund’s 2017 Paul Mellon Lecture, to be presented by Annabelle Selldorf.
Explore the rich history and heritage of India on this unforgettable 10-day trip. Unrivaled in its beauty, India offers an incredible diversity of architecture, religions, customs, and cultural traditions.
Join us on a six-day adventure through the fascinating island of Cuba. For those who love eclectic architecture, antique cars, and a vibrant Caribbean culture, Cuba—the “pearl of the Antilles”—is not to be missed.
For the sixth year of Archtober, a month-long celebration of architecture and design organized by New York's Center for Architecture, World Monuments Fund will host Watching Modernism. Executive Vice President Lisa Ackerman will present an overview of the modernist sites included on the World Monuments Watch since 1996.
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