Chas Miller serves as Vice President and Founding Member of the Board of Directors of
HAVANA HERITAGE FOUNDATION
and is the Traveling Grant Coordinator
NEW YORK, 16 November 2019: On this day of celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the founding of the great city of Havana, the Board of the Havana Heritage Foundation is pleased to announce that we are accepting applications for the fourth year of the TRAVELING GRANT FOR CUBAN ARCHITECTS.
An applicant must be a citizen of and full-time resident of the Republic of Cuba and full-time resident of the Havana metropolitan area; they must have  an educational degree in architecture or urban planning;  a level of proficiency in spoken English (also in reading, related to documents and plans; and in writing, to a lesser degree);  they must have graduated from university; and  they must be between the ages of 25 and 45. Deadline for application is 1 March 2020. For full details, see PDF application packet.
Havana Heritage Foundation is based in New York City. Its mission is to help preserve, protect and restore the rich architectural and cultural heritage in Havana.
March 27, 2019: Reception for HRH Prince Charles held at the Palacio de los Capitanes Generales. L to R: Chas Miller, Hermes Mallea, Alain Leon, Joel Estevez, Daniel Munoz. Not pictured: Ailyn Penton as she met HRH Prince Charles at another moment.
April 24, 2019: Special gathering of Fellows and organizers - L to R: Chas Miller, Daniel Munoz '17, Ailyn Penton '17, Joel Estevez '18, Alain Leon '19, and Ludwig Foundation Executive Director Wilfredo Benetiz.
Sept 2019 Havana: Ailyn Penton was awarded a Chevening Grant from the UK Government to study Sustainable Architecture at the University of Kent. Here she is presented with an award certificate by British Ambassador Antony Stokes. Ailyn was one of twelve candidates to receive an award. Congratulations!