Curated Reading List: March 2022

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Your Curated Reading List for March, this month was packed with events, publications and interesting articles all around. Here is our selection:

Can digital technology help us to learn to look slowly? 

How to use Deep Learning to create land use maps more efficiently 

In a world of digital innovation, what if art becomes… boring?  

Managing Organisational Change in Heritage Settings 

Heritage and Nationalism, Understanding populism through big data, Chiara Bonacchi (Free Publication)


Historic England grant scheme to uncover ‘everyday heritage’ of local environments 

‘No to war’: As Putin’s tanks roll in, Ukrainian museums scramble to protect collections and Russian culture figures show solidarity  

Russian missile strike hits Holocaust memorial site in Kyiv 

Step back in time with the digital twin of the Museo del Jurasico de Asturias, Tactil Eventos Asturias 3D reconstructs the jurassic era with the help of Matterport 3D rendering 

Rising sea levels imperil French church that inspired the Impressionists, including Monet 

The original NFT? Sotheby’s to offer a receipt for an invisible work by Yves Klein for €500,000 


Wooden architectural heritage in the Greater Caribbean. Conservation and management 

What was your favourite topic this month?

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