A study that concluded museum visits do not improve GCSE results has put the focus on the evolving relationship between education and museums
Scotland's first national museum strategy launched 10 years ago - but how have events from the past decade shifted priorities?
Smaller museums are often leading the way in a flurry of activity aimed at returning looted Benin bronzes to Nigeria
A new charter will aim to address the low morale among visitor experience teams
As museums challenge government immigration policy, some say it’s time for the sector as a whole to speak up for communities
Northern Ireland | Despite a difficult period for culture, ambitious initiatives are fuelling hopes of recovery, says Geraldine Kendall Adams
Britain’s history is intrinsically linked to heavy industry. But how do you make it relevant and engaging to today’s audiences?
Will Nadine Dorries keep her pledge to make real change? Geraldine Kendall Adams investigates
Cultural institutions have an opportunity to reshape their practice to cater for the needs of vulnerable groups, says Geraldine Kendall Adams
Tackling colonial legacies can be challenging for military history museums, says Geraldine Kendall Adams
Curating content that allows people of colour to see and be themselves might one day give them a sense of belonging, says Carol Ann Dixon
Tokenistic gestures are not enough to tackle colonial legacies, says Errol Francis