World Monuments Fund (WMF) today announced the 2022 World Monuments Watch, a selection of 25 heritage sites of extraordinary cultural significance facing global challenges and whose preservation is urgent and vital to local communities. These sites illuminate the effects of global issues such as climate change, imbalanced tourism, underrepresentation, and recovery from crisis, underscoring the need for greater action to support heritage places and the people who care for them.
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We are pleased to inform you that UNESCO is now accepting applications for the 9th edition of the UNESCO/Jikji Memory of the World Prize.
Centre for Cultural Value Report: Culture in Crisis: impacts of Covid-19 on the UK cultural sector and where we go from here
The research project was led by the Centre for Cultural Value in collaboration with The Audience Agency and the Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre and was supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
The guidance within will help you stabilize your treasured heirlooms and buy you time to make an educated decision on further treatment and handling of your keepsakes.
The Barakat Trust’s grant applications programme for 2022 opened on 1 January 2022 and will close at midnight GMT on 31 March 2022.
In this online event, recorded in December 2021, we explore the value of collaboration in combatting the climate crisis, asking; how can cultural heritage play its part?
Funding Announcement: Cultural Protection Fund: Announcing £2.4M for international partnership projects
The Cultural Protection Fund will award more than £2.4M in follow-on grants to international partnership projects supporting vital heritage protection in the Middle East and North and East Africa.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Telling the Full History Preservation Fund is a one-time grant program to interpret and preserve historic places of importance to underrepresented communities across states and territories of the United States. This program is made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities’ American Rescue Plan Humanities Grantmaking for Organizations and, as such, is subject to federal rules for award selection and reporting.
The recordings of the latest Culture in Crisis Webinar series, Global Heritage Perspectives, are now available to watch online.