Chautauqua Institution and World Monuments Fund invite friends to a FREE event at Governors Island on Saturday, October 2, 1-5pm.
The Historic Center of Lima: Cultural Heritage at Risk presents the architectural treasures of Peru’s capital city, a 2008 Watch site, and demonstrates its importance both today and when it was a Spanish colonial city of great wealth.
Dumbarton Oaks, Garden and Landscape Studies, invites you to a public lecture, presented by Ratish Nanda, Projects Director, Aga Khan Trust for Culture.
Queen Sofia Spanish Institute and World Monuments Fund invite you to a lecture by Ronald Street, Supervisor of 3-Dimensional Imaging, Prototypes and Molding Studio, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WMF has teamed up with the regional Spanish government of Castilla y León and the Queen Sofia Spanish Institute in New York for an exhibition on the famous Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage route.
The 2009 Hadrian Award gala was a great success. Some 300 guests filled the grand ballroom of the Plaza for the evening, which featured a special tribute to the honoree by his longtime friend Mort Zuckerman.
Florida Southern College, a remarkable ensemble of buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright, is the subject of Child of the Sun: Florida Southern College, an exhibition of stunning photographs by Miami photographer Robin Hill.
A Hidden Heritage focuses on the venerable nuns who founded the Imperial Buddhist Convents, tracing their histories and introducing their elegant world and extraordinary culture.