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  • The art of giving
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    December 2004
  • Plans for redevelopment of Wigan Pier could make museum a thing of the past
    The announcement of redevelopment plans at Wigan Pier has prompted fears that The Way We Were museum faces permanent closure.
    Museums Journal
    News
    December 2004
  • Charity hands out funds to improve regional exhibitions
    The lack of exciting exhibitions outside of London has prompted a charitable foundation to give funding to regional museums and galleries.
    Museums Journal
    News
    December 2004
  • Cloud lifted to make way for new museum
    Museums Journal
    News
    December 2004
  • Royal Museum reveals £70m proposals for transformation of outdated facilities
    By 2020, Scotland's Royal Museum will be completely transformed, according to the director of the National Museums of Scotland, Gordon Rintoul.
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    News
    December 2004
  • London counts the true value of lottery cash and free entry
    Has more than £260m of lottery money, and £30m a year for free admission, really made a difference to visitors? Jane Morris reports
    Museums Journal
    News
    December 2004
  • Letters: December 2004
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    December 2004
  • A necessary museum evil?
    Disposal has a place in museum practice but it's a question of how it's done, says Caitlin Griffiths
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    December 2004
  • What's in a name?
    Is the word 'museum' a turn off? Yes, but it just won't go away, argues Jonathan Platt
    Museums Journal
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    December 2004
  • Purchasing power
    The severe underfunding of contemporary art collecting has been highlighted by the gifts promised by British artists to the Tate. But it is a drop in the ocean compared with what's needed, says Gill Hedley
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    December 2004
  • Talkback: December 2004
    Would a museum suffer if it wasn't registered?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    December 2004
  • Face value
    Sandra Kemp, the director of research at the Royal College of Art in London, talks to Matt Barnard about the relationship between art and science
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2004
  • Paradise on earth
    Heightened interest in Islamic art has led to a huge increase in the development of galleries and museums devoted to the subject. By Lucian Harris
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2004
  • Team games
    Online games built around museum collections can provide a shared learning experience for visitors and non-visitors alike. By Ilona Holland and Barbara Flagg
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2004
  • Squatters' rights
    The closure of an artists' squat in Paris has focused attention on the movement for publicly accessible, affordable spaces where alternative art can be created. By Roland Lloyd Parry
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2004
  • When east met west
    Nima Poovaya-Smith on an exhibition that maps a mutual cultural exchange
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    December 2004
  • Empire building
    Steph Gillett finds more room for objects to be displayed, but a confusing approach to interpretation at the Corinium
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    December 2004
  • Focus on a photographer
    Pat Sterry finds the preserved working studio of a Liverpool photographer more interesting than the behind-the-scenes glimpses into his life
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    December 2004