HERITAGE TODAY
Your Source for News in Heritage
With this newsletter, we've focused on exploring the future potentials of heritage: VR technology making Mayan monuments tangible for the first time, the potential of 500-year-old art to make waves thousands of miles away from where it is made, and state-of-the-art cultural protection plans forging the future for heritage appreciation.

We hope you enjoy our bi-weekly scribblings, and we appreciate your continued interest in our priceless global heritage. Thank you again for your support.

Sincerely,

Stefaan Poortman
Executive Director
Global Heritage Fund
WORK AROUND THE WORLD
Heritage is one of humanity's most precious assets. From the wild hills of northern Colombia to the deserts of Turkey to the bustling cities of China, cultural heritage touches all of our lives in wonderful, multifaceted ways. Read below for some insight into our projects all over the world.
International explorer  Sam Cossman visits the temple of El Mirador, Guatemala with a team from GHF.
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HOT OFF THE PRESSES!
Amidst all the talk of heritage loss, we often lose sight of the reasons we cherish heritage in the first place. Its capacity to give us wonder. Its ability to connect us with a time, culture, and place far beyond our own. Its beauty and its awe-inspiring power. Read below to learn more about what's been happening in the world of heritage.

from New Scientist


from the Guardian


from ArtNet News


from Smithsonian


from the New York Review of Books

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