Getty Center, Museum Lecture Hall
Efforts to conserve the architectural heritage of the modern era began in the late 1970s. Since that time communities, groups, and professional conservation organizations have been working locally, nationally, and internationally to raise public awareness of its importance.
How far have we come and what still needs to be done to secure the future of the modern era's legacy?
Join a panel of international experts as they explore the ways conservation of modern architecture is being addressed by professionals and organizations worldwide.
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