Welcome to Cornerstones Community Partnerships
Cornerstones Community Partnerships helps save architectural treasures throughout the Southwest and the Mexican Frontera. Since 1986, Cornerstones has helped preserve more than 350 critical historic sites, structures and churches. Cornerstones prides itself in using only traditional building materials, teaching culturally sensitive educational programs and working directly with our educational partners in training both youth and adults. The method Cornerstones uses is unique; we find opportunities for community members to learn the skills necessary to build, preserve and maintain their own historic treasures. We act as advisors, technical authorities and mentors to the people who want to save iconic architecture. Join us!
Georgina Solano Cantisano, an International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) Architectural Intern, comes to Cornerstones from El Salvador. ICOMOS facilitates bringing architectural interns to Cornerstones. We thank Thornburg Investment Management, John Barker and Family at Barker Management Company, and individual donors who invested in Georgina’s architectural internship. You can find pictures of her on our Facebook page.