Early reports from America suggest that, as well as the human cost of Hurricane Katrina, the cultural losses in the region could be heavy.
Museums and galleries can teach other public service organisations about customer care, a report published last month has indicated.
Funding of museums and heritage by Scottish local authorities is decreasing, according to a survey published by the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA).
The Museums Copyright Group (MCG) is in talks with the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS) about the introduction of a blanket licensing scheme for the non-commercial use of digitised images.
Arts supremo Jude Kelly will continue to lead the culture and education programme for the 2012 Olympics despite taking up the reigns at the South Bank Centre last month.
The loss of some jobs at the Hunterian Museum in Glasgow may become reality as its governing body, Glasgow University, embarks on a programme of cuts.
The Arts and Humanities Research Council's last round of funds left some museums happy with their handouts, while others got less than they had hoped for…
This is an abridged version of a speech made by Charles Saumarez Smith, the director of the National Gallery and the president of the Museums Association, to the Museums Association's conference last month
A small independent museum scooped the top prize at the annual art catalogue competition in London last month.
The National Art Collections Fund (Art Fund) is to carry out a UK-wide survey of museum and gallery acquisitions over the past five years.
The Galleries of Justice in Nottingham has exclusively revealed to Museums Journal that it is taking part in a project to allow prisoners who are serving a life sentence to do work experience.
The University of Liverpool has announced plans to create a new museum and art gallery at its city centre campus.