As two of the most spectacular historic buildings in the northeast of England, Auckland Castle and Hexham Abbey have attracted great artists over the centuries.
WMF invites our Southern California friends to join us for an illustrated lecture by WMF Britain Chief Executive Dr.
The H. Peter Stern Lecture extends the legacy and interests of long-time World Monuments Fund Trustee H. Peter Stern, who became a champion of WMF’s work in 1970.
This Report from the Field presents Taos Pueblo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has been continuously inhabited for nearly a thousand years.
This Report from the Field presents WMF’s conservation project at the Church of St. Trophime in Arles, France.
This Report from the Field will feature the eighth-century Umayyad residence Qusayr 'Amra in Azraq, Jordan.
The Emperor’s Secret Garden documents the unprecedented partnership between the Palace Museum and World Monuments Fund to conserve the magnificent eighteenth-century Qianlong Garden in the Forbidden City.
World Monuments Fund, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Preservation Society of Charleston are hosting an international symposium on cruise tourism in historic port communities, in cooperation with the International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), the Center for Responsible Travel (CREST), and the Coastal Conservation League.
WMF kicked off 2013 with a trip that explored the diverse and rich cultures of these two countries.
The exhibition at Sir John Soane’s Museum will celebrate the WMF activities by looking at a selection of completed and ongoing projects including Hampton Court Palace, St George’s Bloomsbury, Strawberry Hill, Coventry Cathedral, and Stowe House.