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.
SAVE Britain's Heritage and WMF Britain are joining forces for a special online event on the hard fought battle to save the demolition of Grimsby's historic Docks, following their inclusion on the 2014 World Monuments Watch.
In light of the pandemic and WMF’s long history responding to crises of all kinds, this year’s event will focus on cultural heritage in times of crisis.
Lessons Learned from Notre-Dame and Beyond
World Monuments Fund and the Museum of the City of New York present: The 2020 Paul Mellon Lecture.
Join us for a conversation to explore the Jewish Quarter of Essaouira, a 2018 World Monuments Watch site.
Join us for the launch of "Voices of Alabama," a project documenting the the 20 spaces that comprise the Alabama African-American Civil Rights Heritage Sites Consortium.