“It is a truism that we preserve objects because of their value. It is less of a truism that objects have no value other than what we give them.And it is highly debatable that when we speak of ‘value’ we all
know what we mean and that we all mean the same.
‘Value’, applied to heritage collections, is a concept that is difficult to pin down and, often used loosely, allows assumptions that we all know what each other means. “… William Lindsay read more here at Open Culture 2012
Further exploring the key issues, and problems, in approaches to value in the context o
f heritage collections willtake place on 27th June at OpenCulture 2012. OpenCulture 2012 takes place on the 26th and 27th June at the Kia Ov