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UK’s National Trust Launches the Cultural Heritage Magazine

Posted in resources by Editor on December 27, 2022

Published between 2006 and 2022, the National Trust’s Arts, Buildings, and Collections Bulletin (ABC Bulletin) was replaced this fall by the Cultural Heritage Magazine. Recent issues of ABC Bulletin can still be downloaded here, and earlier issues can be requested by emailing the ABC Bulletin team. The first issue of Cultural Heritage Magazine includes the following note of welcome from NT Director-General, Hilary McGrady:

Building on the success of the National Trust Arts, Buildings & Collections (ABC) Bulletin, the Cultural Heritage Magazine will be the place to explore the work of the Trust’s cultural heritage teams in depth, with a broad range across curation, conservation, research, and beyond. It will also share shorter features, including interviews and photo essays, aimed at giving a deeper insight into the work being undertaken on cultural heritage within the Trust. In addition to the opening ‘Briefing’ pages, which share news of forthcoming cultural heritage events and publications, there are also regular sections on new acquisitions to the Trust’s collections, loans to major new exhibitions (in the spring issue), and research and conservation project round-ups. The magazine will be published twice a year, in spring and autumn, and is available to download from the Trust website. You can also ask to be added to the mailing list to receive it direct to your inbox by emailing chm@nationaltrust.org.uk. . . .

The full welcome is available here»

Front cover: Giant Leaf Verdure, ca.1540–50, Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire, NT 1129595 (Photo: National Trust Images/Leah Band).

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