WMF organized a week-long cultural excursion through Tunisia, exploring the rich past of a country now in transition.
In a panel presentation, World Monuments Fund Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Lisa Ackerman will discuss past and current projects in Syria, Egypt, and Iraq.
Docomomo US and World Monuments Fund invite you to a presentation entitled, Materials and Surfaces of the Tugendhat House: Investigation and Preservation of Authenticity.
Located along the busy shipping lanes of the eastern Mediterranean, the Cypriot port of Famagusta rose to prominence following the fall of Acre in 1291, and rivaled Constantinople and Venice as a center of maritime commerce.
Lisa Ackerman, World Monuments Fund Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, will provide an overview of WMF’s current work that ranges from conservation to the development of site management plans.
Babylon is a site of special importance for the Iraq State Board of Antiquities and Heritage (SBAH) and a priority for work in conservation and site management.
Frank Sanchis, WMF Program Director for the United States, is the featured preservation speaker at this ChangeOrange presentation, which will also include speakers from county government, an architect, a contractor, and a budget analyst.