Wander along the banks of the Yamuna River in Agra, India, and discover lush gardens surrounding graceful and imposing pavilions reminiscent of the legendary Taj Mahal.
Travel to the ancient seat of the powerful Khmer Empire in Siem Reap, Cambodia, alongside Ginevra Boatto, WMF's Regional Representative for Southeast Asia.
On Friday, February 12 at 9:00 AM (ET), join us for a discussion on how conservation efforts at Patel Satdium will help assert a new model for the cultural and economic importance of restored modern architecture in India.
On Thursday, January 7 at 12 PM EST, join us for an online discussion on the future of Ontario Place and the challenge of reimagining Modernist heritage in competing public and private spaces within a broader urban landscape. The conversation will feature Aziza Chaouni, architect and professor at the University of Toronto; Ken Greenberg, local Torontonian, urban designer, and member of the group “Ontario Place for All;" and Charles Stankievech, Canadian artist, Director of Visual Studies and Associate Professor of the Daniels Faculty of Architecture. Moderated by WMF Program Manager Javier Ors Ausín.
This year’s Paul Mellon Lecture “The House of Byron: Newstead’s Dysfunctional Dynasty” will explore Newstead Abbey, once one of the most admired aristocratic houses in England at the beginning of the 18th century.
On October 30 at 2 PM EST, join World Monuments Fund President and CEO Bénédicte for a virtual discussion on contested heritage and cultural preservation. Joining her in conversation will be British-Ghanaian philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah and social historian of twentieth-century Dr. Joshua Arthurs.
On October 21 at 1 PM EST // 6 PM GMT, join us for an online book launch featuring WMF Britain Executive Director John Darlington's Fake Heritage: Why We Rebuild Monuments, an inside look at the questions of historical authenticity and ethics behind cultural heritage reconstruction
A virtual discussion on Beirut's unique history and heritage, and future models for protection and revitalization in the aftermath of the explosion that tore through the city on August 4, 2020.
Join us for a talk around the historic city of Bijapur, India, and the unique water systems which allowed its millions of inhabitants to thrive in the searing heat of the Deccan Plateau.
WMF India Executive Director Amita Baig will participate on a panel discussion featuring India's underrepresented early twentieth-century architectural heritage.