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2004 January
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  • Web and mobile
    We review the latest websites and apps
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    117.04, p58-59, 01.04.2017
  • Catalogue
    Sussex Modernism: Retreat and Rebellion
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    117.04, p56-57, 01.04.2017
  • On my bookshelf
    The Aubrey- Maturin series, by Patrick O’Brian
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    117.04, p56
  • Books
    The Arts Dividend: Why Investment in Culture Pays
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    117.04, p56-57
  • Temporary exhibition Star Wars Identities, The O2, London
    A new exhibition asks interesting questions about how character is formed – and about what makes a good exhibition
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    117.04, p52-55, 01.04.2017
  • International opening
    National Centre for Contemporary Art, Santiago, Chile
    Museums Journal
    Features
    117.04, p36-37, 01.04.2017
  • Look East
    Bill Seaman, the manager of Colchester and Ipswich Museums, on Anglo-Saxon finds, diversification, art, video interviews, and big plans
    Museums Journal
    Features
    117.04, p32-35, 01.04.2017
  • The policy column
    Bridge-building is the way ahead
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    117.04, p19, 01.04.2017
  • NAM pledges its support for regimental museums
    Revamped National Army Museum to host a conference for regimental museums to assess how it can best serve the cash-strapped institutions
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    117.04, p6-7, 01.04.2017
  • In conversation
    How can we improve the work/life balance of staff in the museum sector?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    117.04, p19, 01.04.2017
  • Voxpop
    How can museums benefit from the Midlands Engine strategy?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    117.04, p17, 01.04.2017
  • We must all help solve the storage crisis
    Tackling the challenges associated with storing collections
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    117.04, p17, 01.04.2017
  • A positive year for museums could be lull before the storm
    The MA’s first Museums in the UK report reveals a complex picture of a dynamic sector that is struggling with funding cuts
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    117.04, p12-15, 01.04.2017
  • Support for quality metrics
    Cultural leaders deny that data about the perceived quality of an institution’s work might be open to manipulation
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    117.04, p9, 01.04.2017
  • Challenging museum conventions
    How the Museum of Homelessness places lived experience at the centre of its work
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    117.04, p16, 01.03.2017
  • First Person
    Charles Saumarez Smith, the director of the National Gallery, London
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2004
  • Aces High: Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon
    The Milestones of Flight gallery at the Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon, gives a pilot's-eye view of 100 years of flight, allowing the visitor to look down on the 18 aircraft and two guided missiles from a balcony above the exhibition. Roland Lloyd Parry climbs into the cockpit...
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2004
  • The good life: the Living and Dying exhibition at The British Museum
    The British Museum's new exhibition, Living and Dying, shows how different people confront suffering around the world. Ian Carradice is impressed by the museum's first thematic gallery...
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2004
  • Dressed for success: Armani retrospective at The Royal Academy of Arts
    The Armani retrospective is a cut above other museum displays of contemporary fashion, and it redraws the line between commerce and curatorship, says Catherine McDermott...
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2004
  • The great American gallery: The Dia Beacon
    Turning old factories into art galleries is not unusual, but the Dia Art Foundation's transformation of a giant printworks in upstate New York into a space for big art is an exceptional example, says Jane Morris, and well worth making the journey out of the city for...
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2004