To help combat the deterioration of the site, the AIA awarded its most recent Site Preservation Grant to the Çatalhöyük Digital Preservation Project (CDPP).
The grant will support a two-year program designed to repair eroded mortar joints and partially reconstruct the walls.
AIA Site Preservation Program presents its newest Heritage, Conservation, and Archaeology publication.
A Summary of Comments Presented at the Public Hearing of the Cultural Property Advisory Committee on May 24, 2016 at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C.
The Protect and Preserve International Cultural Property Act aims to crack down on the sale of artifacts looted from cultural sites in Syria.
The National Endowment for the Humanities is calling for projects that contribute to the study, documentation, or digital reconstruction of cultural heritage materials at risk.
The bilateral agreement, extended for a period of 5 years, includes new categories of protected cultural materials.
Watch a video about the important work being done through an AIA Site Preservation Grant at Tahcabo in the Yucatán.
AIA Conservation & Site Preservation Committee member, Thomas Roby, was profiled in a WSJ article this week on his work to preserve mosaics in North Africa.
Sarah Rowe shares what’s been happening this summer at Tahcabo, one of our newest Site Preservation Grant projects.
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