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  • Review of Lottery Funding: a response to the DCMS Decision Document
    DCMS is proposing changes to the way lottery funding is distributed. One change - which at first seems like a mere technicality - could result in the Heritage Lottery Fund having over £30m less to spend each year. The MA has written to DCMS encouraging the department to change its plans.
    Museums Association
    Policy
    01.10.2003
  • The MP interview: Dinah Casson, the designer
    Dinah Casson is one half of the design partnership Casson Mann - whose work includes the award-winning British Galleries at the Victoria and Albert Museum and Digitopolis in the Science Museum's Wellcome Wing. Javier Pes talks to the designer, who says that museum designers work best when they are in a tight box, and are forced into looking for interesting solutions to escape
    Museum Practice
    August 2003
  • The MP interview: Peter Higgins, the designer
    As the creative director of Land Design Studio, Peter Higgins' work includes the National Maritime Museum of Cornwall, and the planned new National Waterfront Museum, Swansea. But his baptism of fire was the Millennium Dome - Javier Pes talks to the museum designer about interactivity, the lessons of the lottery and being in the zone...
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • A different tack: the National Maritime Museum, Cornwall
    The National Maritime Museum Cornwall has made a big splash since opening earlier this year. Jane Morris visited Falmouth to see how well it has combined objects, audiovisual and architecture to capture the spirit of sailing
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • New Mexicans: the Mexican Fine Art Center Museum
    Can a small ethnic museum become a major arts organisation and still remain rooted in its local community? Javier Pes went to the Mexican Fine Art Center Museum in Chicago to find out
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • The digital age
    The fastest growing group of internet users are aged over 65, but museums are overlooking the enthusiasm older people have for new technology, says Matthew Darroch-Thompson
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • Digital learning: case study
    The Digital Volunteers scheme gave a group of older people the chance to use digital cameras and computers for the first time. The results were impressive, says Janice McLaren, the project organiser at the Photographers' Gallery
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • Critical times: managing a PR crisis
    The worst of times can bring out the best in a museum. Ashley Gibbins, a consultant, sets out a ten-step guide to managing a PR crisis
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • PR case study: no comment
    When a crisis happens museums should be open with the media because silence will guarantee bad press, says Maev Kennedy, the arts and heritage correspondent of the Guardian newspaper
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • Safety by numbers
    The Museum of London recently assessed the security of the objects in its galleries in under three days. Rob Payton, a conservator at the museum, explains how they did it
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • How to plan a successful audiovisual project
    Audiovisual displays can bring a gallery alive but it is a complicated medium to use. David Martin describes the benefits of using audiovisuals and how to commission and plan a successful project
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • How to select audiovisual hardware
    Huge sums of money can be wasted if you select the wrong type of hardware for an audiovisual programme. David Martin gets past the jargon to provide a simple guide to the available technology
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • Working with film
    Time is money when you are making a film. Morna Hinton, the head of learning at the V&A, says museums and film-makers need to understand each other to work well together
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • Audiovisual case study: filming the British Galleries
    Morna Hinton on the production of the Art, Design and Empire film for the V&A
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • How to make participatory videos
    Community groups can tell their own stories using video while learning new skills. Clive Robertson, the director of Real Time, describes how a project should work
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • Case study: audiovisual interpretation
    Manx National Heritage uses audiovisual displays combined with live interpretation at the Old House of Keys to present the Isle of Man's political history, with visitors made honorary members of parliament
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • Gathering the jewels: sharing collections over the internet
    Marianne Sorensen & Javier Pes look at a collaboration by Welsh museums, libraries and archives to share their collections over the internet
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • First person
    Wim van der Weiden, chairman of the European Museum Forum and the director of Naturalis, the National Museum of Natural History, Leiden, the Netherlands
    Museum Practice
    Summer 2003
  • Opinion: Gail Dexter Lord
    Museum Practice
    Winter 2003
  • A new Scottish Assembly: the Royal Scottish Academy reviewed
    The National Galleries of Scotland's extension into the Royal Scottish Academy combines classical taste with blockbuster appeal, says Sharon Heal
    Museum Practice
    Winter 2003