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The Church of Change

Thank goodness some photographers in the past decided to document Vancouver as it was emerging.  (The entire history of the city existed in the age of the captured image, after all.) 372 more words

Urban Design

Help Egypt and its Antiquities: Positive Work towards Protecting Cultural Heritage

The past few weeks and months there have been sad news regarding the state of antiquities and cultural heritage around the world. From reports of the destruction of the famed shrine of Jonas near Mosul, Iraq, by ISIS militants to the sale of the Old Kingdom statue of Sekehmka by Northampton Borough Council in the UK, similar stories surface every day. 526 more words

Archaeology

Unleash your inner poet – like my friend Chloe did

An old friend of mine came to visit Wordsworth House and Garden for work experience last week and thoroughly enjoyed taking part in one of our “unleash your inner poet” workshops led by my pal Dave Cryer, the storyteller. 488 more words

Lake District

The Sacred Ground


“To the poet, to the philosopher, to the saint, all things are friendly and sacred, all events profitable, all days holy, all men divine.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson

Taman Ayun Temple, Bali.

Photography

The Family "Do You Know" Scale

Yesterday’s post Family Stories that Bind Us  included a few family questions from Emory University’s Do You Know Scale.  Below are all the questions asked within Emory’s study. 163 more words

Culture & Identity

Holding On to Our Heritage

Anyone who knows me well knows that I love trains. Real trains, model trains, amusement park trains – doesn’t matter. If it runs on rails, I want to see it, watch it, and ride it if I can. 417 more words

Historical

Trowbridge Town Hall seeks new board members

Trowbridge Town Hall Trust is seeking applications for new board members to play a key role in securing the future for Trowbridge’s historic town hall as a centre for arts, culture and heritage learning. 284 more words

Jobs / Opportunities