Tate launches drive to make displays more inclusive

Public invited to critique language and perspective of interpretation texts

MA launches Collections 2030

Long-term view of purpose and use of collections

Museums and Wellbeing Week under way

Activities across the UK include creative workshops, tai chi and photography

Q&A with Matt Turtle

The Museum of Homelessness is part of the 2018 Tate Exchange Programme

It's time we took industrial action

Report on industrial heritage reveals issues relating to funding and skills

Dealing with controversial subjects is a sensitive issue

Museums displaying historical objects with contentious stories have to tread carefully

The appliance of science

Science centres will need to engage diverse audiences

Mining museums look to the future

The closure of the UK’s last deep-coal mine will necessitate a rethink
of the role of mining museums

Editorial

Why we should not be afraid of politics

Editorial

Socially engaged practice is way ahead

Editorial

Confronting the legacy of the British Empire

Editorial

Our heritage should be for everyone

Trendswatch - book clubs

Museums are starting a new chapter in an attempt to engage more people with their collections

International opening - The Legacy Museum, Alabama

This important new museum was created out of a wider campaign to confront the legacy of slavery, lynching and segregation in the US

Being Brunel, SS Great Britain, Bristol

A museum on the life and work of the Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel

Museum of...

The National Poo Museum, Isle of Wight

On my bookshelf

Interpreting Our Heritage, by Freeman Tilden

On my bookshelf

Titus Groan, by Mervyn Peake

Books

Science Museums in Transition

On my bookshelf

Postcard Stories, by Jan Carson

Creating the New Western Australian Museum

Process has involved extensive dialogue with audiences and stakeholders

Naming nature

Taxonomy at the Natural History Museum

Your brain on art

How your brain responds when you walk into a museum

Heavy industry

Interpreting industrial heritage in the 21st century



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