The Arctic World Archive, a secure vault of world memory in the far arctic north, has again opened
its doors to new memories and collections.
The Arctic World Archive is proud to welcome the first Malaysian deposit which joins the growing
repository of world memory. This deposit celebrates South-East Asian’s vibrant art culture as seen
through the eyes of emerging artists.
Representing a core pillar of the Hindu culture and faith, these precious religious texts describing
the Goddess as the supreme power and creator of the universe have now been digitally preserved for
After the initiation of preservation of paintings on the Ajanta Caves, more restored artworks from
ancient India, signifying a new tradition of art that gave birth to modern beliefs, are being
The Arctic World Archive (AWA) has now officially welcomed the work of Nobel Prize winner, Wisława
Szymborska (Poland), to its growing collection of world memory.
Coinciding with the Nobel Peace Prize announcement for 2020, Piql is thrilled to announce the first
Arctic World Archive (AWA) deposit from a Nobel Prize laureate.
Arctic World Archive is excited to contribute to a new collaborative project —The Arc.