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  • This year paves the way for action in 2006
    The end of the year is always a good time to reflect on what has been achieved, and what still needs to be done.
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    December 2005
  • HLF funding to tumble as sport takes lottery cash
    The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has launched a consultation on its future priorities amid fears that the amount it will have to distribute each year will fall from £330m to about £200m.
    Museums Journal
    News
    December 2005
  • Visitors returning to London
    London museums are hoping that a partial recovery in attendances following the July terrorist attacks will allow them to claw back revenue lost over the summer.
    Museums Journal
    News
    December 2005
  • Museums will lose revenue under new gift aid guidelines
    A new scheme for claiming gift aid is set to cost independent museums thousands of pounds in lost revenue.
    Museums Journal
    News
    December 2005
  • Illicit trade has 'got to stop'
    The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has published guidelines for museums that want to collect or borrow cultural material from the UK and overseas.
    Museums Journal
    News
    December 2005
  • MGM puts directors up front
    Museums Journal
    News
    December 2005
  • Criminals close in on art to finance drugs and arms
    The rising market value of art is making it an even more tempting target for international crime syndicates who use it as collateral in drugs and arms deals, the Rogues Gallery conference concluded last month.
    Museums Journal
    News
    December 2005
  • NMSI plans national centre for collections in Wroughton
    Plans for a new National Collections Centre have been unveiled by the National Museum of Science and Industry (NMSI).
    Museums Journal
    News
    December 2005
  • Letters: December 2005
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    December 2005
  • Show and tell
    Face-to-face interaction, ideally led by someone with first-hand experience of the subject, is the best method of interpretation, says Eurwyn Wiliam from National Museum Wales
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    December 2005
  • The knowledge gap
    Stuart Davies says the UK is not alone in its lack of useful data about museums and galleries
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    December 2005
  • Talkback: December 2005
    Are temporary exhibitions in shopping centres worthwhile?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    December 2005
  • Fantasy windfall
    If museums were suddenly awash with cash to spend on a single project, Mark Taylor would splash out on a nationwide secondment programme
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    December 2005
  • Worldly Wisdom
    Alissandra Cummins explains to Felicity Heywood how she is combining her ambitious plans for the development of museums in Barbados with her ongoing role as the president of Icom
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2005
  • 24-hour thinking
    Sharon Heal investigates the phenomenal growth of cultural quarters and asks what can they offer museums and galleries
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2005
  • Picture palaces
    Allowing your historic house or museum to be used as a film location can bring in money, visitors and even a Hollywood star or two. But do the benefits outweigh the drawbacks, asks Danica Fisher
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2005
  • Empire building
    A collaboration between the British Museum and the National Museum of Iran sheds new light on the forgotten empire of ancient Persia. Corinna Lotz talks to curators from both countries
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2005
  • When the cold war thawed
    Los Angeles may seem an unlikely home for a huge collection of artefacts relating to eastern Europe during the cold war, but as Caroline Worthington discovers, the Wende Museum is the result of one Californian's childhood obsession
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2005
  • Victorian valued
    For the second in a series on unusual collections, Sharon Heal visits a gallery in a Surrey village that was built to house the work of George Frederic Watts, one of Britain's most talented 19th-century painters and sculptors
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2005
  • A lighter shade of green
    A well-intentioned walk through the environment loses its way by skirting issues and contradicting itself, says Rachel Souhami
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    December 2005