The Culture in Crisis Portal is thrilled to announce the launch of its ‘Online Content’ segment, a new area of the website granting free access to videos and audio recordings. Featuring recordings from recent webinars, the website invites you to explore some of the discussions taking place in the world of heritage preservation, convened by the Culture in Crisis Programme.
The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) is an international organisation with collections from around the globe. It is committed to protecting the world’s cultural heritage and supporting communities that suffer cultural loss, whether through conflict, criminal acts or natural disaster. The Culture in Crisis programme brings together those with a shared interest in protecting cultural heritage, providing a forum for sharing information, inspiring and supporting action and raising public awareness.
With your support the Culture in Crisis Portal will become the world’s largest and most accessible database of cultural heritage preservation projects. It enables its users to quickly and easily register their preservation projects, as well as searching for those already in existence. JPI Cultural Heritage has already selected a series of its projects to be archived in the portal.
For more information, please visit Culture in Crisis Portal.
Banner: Palmyra (photographed), Albumen print, late 19th century, Bonfils, Felix, d. 1885, (V&A Museum number: PH.379-1898)