Your curated reading list for November is here, find our selection of art and heritage topics we enjoyed the most over the month.
Catching up from last months news on the “partheon marbles issue”:
Declassified: secret papers reveal UK government’s stance on Parthenon Marbles dispute. Read the article here.
On to new things!
FRH’s 10 Key Findings on Why Religious Heritage is Such an Important Resource to Contributing to the Future of Europe. Find the live recording here https://bit.ly/3lbaWve You can find the 10 key findings of our conference here https://bit.ly/2Zwj1TG
Virtual museums platform Curatours opens debut ‘Museum of Plastic’. Read the article here.
Zoomland. Exploring Scale in Digital History and Humanities. Read the article here.
In Conversation with Adam Koszary, Head of Digital, The Audience Agency. Read the article here.
Worms and Art? Go Ahead, Be Silly. The British artist David Shrigley makes creatures (real and virtual) that are both funny and subversive. Read the article here.
New app artpass ID promises art market due diligence in one click—but does it really work?. Read the article here.
Discovering Samples Archives – Online Poster Session and Roundtable Webinar. Watch the webinar here.
How the Ancient Romans Went to the Bathroom. A new book by journalist Lina Zeldovich traces the management of human waste—and underscores poop’s potential as a valuable resource. Read the article here.
Heritage and the environment:
Seven ways museums are responding to the climate crisis. Read the article here.
Design Museum conducts “first-ever” environmental audit of exhibition for Waste Age. Read the article here.
Five key takeaways from the first Gallery Climate Coalition conference in London. Read the article here.
We are curious to know your favourite topic from this month’s picks. Leave a comment down below!