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  • Evaluating interactive art exhibitions
    Clare Gittings, the NPG's education officer, says the process of evaluating an interactive art exhibition was as useful as the results
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Going Interactive
    Going Interactive, Sue Wilkinson and John Yorath, 1996, 142pp plus training materials, loose-leaf in binder, £45 (incl p&p), SEARCH, Hampshire County Council, 50 Clarence Road, Gosport, Hampshire PO12 1BU
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Standards in the Museum Care of Photographic Collections
    Standards in the Museum Care of Photographic Collections, Museums & Galleries Commission, 1996, 76pp, ISBN 0 948630 42 6, £16, Museums & Galleries Commission, Publication Sales, 16 Queen Anne's Gate, London SW1H 9AA
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Learning on Location
    Learning on Location, Elizabeth Newbery, June 1996, 32pp,
    ISBN 0 9526342 28, £9.95 plus £1,postage and packing, Newbery and England, 46 Lyndhurst Road, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 2LE
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Exploring portraits
    Making Faces is an education-led travelling exhibition that encourages visitors to explore portraiture by putting themselves in the shoes of both artist and sitter through interactive displays and drama
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Multimedia and the small museum
    A touch-screen multimedia display at the new Haverfordwest Town Museum uses a rich archive of photographs to enhance the museum's displays
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Showcasing architecture
    The architect Eva Jiricna has designed innovative and highly engineered showcases to display the Sir John Soane Museum's architectural drawings collection
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Touching sculpture
    Sculptures will be damaged by touch but Jo Digger, the keeper of fine art, Walsall Art Gallery, says coating bronze and marble with a conservation approved patina allows the visitors to explore sculpture through touch
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Improving security and conservation in a historic building
    Conservation and security staff worked together at the historic Royal Pavilion in Brighton using risk assessments, building surveys and visual inspections to identify areas that needed improvement
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Fumigation using nitrogen
    Hampshire County Museums Service used nitrogen gas to fumigate objects, a low-cost, non-toxic method first developed by the Getty Conservation Institute
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Review: the Vasa Museum of Stockholm
    The Vasa Museum in Stockholm features the world's only surviving 17th-century warship. David Martin and Maurice Davies visited to see why it has become Sweden's most popular museum
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Outreach special: introduction
    Outreach describes museums involvement with, or influence in, the community. Outreach typically means working with people outside the museum in places as varied as schools, community halls, shopping centres, old people's homes, hospitals and prisons
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Why evaluating outreach is important
    Outreach projects are incomplete without evaluation but to measure the impact of a project a museum must define its goals from the start
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Evaluating outreach checklist
    This checklist summarises the questions you should ask when evaluating a museum outreach project
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Outreach road-show case study: Southampton City Arts
    Outreach by Southampton's museums meant taking the city's heritage and arts to people using roadshows celebrating the city's cultural diversity
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Outreach case study: National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside
    Liverpool's black communities were the focus of outreach work by the NMGM which included trails, a video, guided tours and a handling collection for schoolchildren
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Outreach case study: Edinburgh City Museums
    Needlework, photographs and oral history were used by Edinburgh City Museums when it worked with a cross section of the city's diverse ethnic communities to celebrate their histories
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Outreach with the home-bound: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
    The Met brings art history to home-bound New Yorkers using teleconferencing and it also trains volunteers to present slide-show art lectures to groups across the city
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Outreach with prison inmates: Philadelphia Museum of Art
    The Philadelphia Museum of Art, a State prison and a nearby shopping mall joined forces to exhibit the works of art created by inmates at the Frackville prison, Pennsylvania
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Outreach with prison inmates: Harborough Museum
    Inmates in Gartree Prison described their daily life and photographed their cells and the results were acquired by Leicestershire Museums as part of a long-term outreach project
    Museum Practice
    November 1996