An illustrated lecture presented by John H. Stubbs, Vice President, Field Projects, World Monuments Fund and W Raymond Johnson, Director, Epigraphic Survey, Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago .
The contents of an emperor’s private retreat deep within the Forbidden City are revealed at the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Gavin Stamp returns to lead an exploration of the work of Sir Christopher Wren, the presiding genius of post-fire London.
England's cathedrals are among the country's chief architectural glories, but all face preservation challenges.
Presented by the The Wellesley College Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program, this lecture concentrates on the innovative architecture and ceremonial of Henry VIII’s early reign.
Delhi: A Living Heritage showcases the abundance and the inter-related nature of Delhi’s heritage.
Chautauqua Institution and World Monuments Fund invite friends to a FREE event at Governors Island on Saturday, October 2, 1-5pm.