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  • The price of freedom of information
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    Comment
    March 2006
  • Galleries resort to selling paintings to raise funds
    The Watts Gallery in Compton, Surrey, has announced its intention to sell two paintings from its permanent collection.
    Museums Journal
    News
    March 2006
  • Local authorities tighten purse strings on museum funding
    As it comes to crunch time for local authority budgets Museums Journal can reveal that six more local authority museums are to close or reduce their opening hours.
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    March 2006
  • Glasgow cuts mean Monday closures
    Most of Glasgow's museums will close on Mondays from next month to foot the bill for Glasgow City Council's equal-pay settlement.
    Museums Journal
    News
    March 2006
  • Kent council pulls plug on Turner Contemporary gallery
    Kent County Council has made the shock decision to scrap plans to build the Turner Contemporary art gallery alongside the harbour wall in Margate after being told that the cost had escalated to £48m.
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    March 2006
  • Letters: March 2006
    Museums Journal
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    March 2006
  • The best of Britishness
    As the chancellor calls for a British national day, Neil MacGregor explores Britishness and what role, if any, his museum has in the pursuit of it
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    March 2006
  • Talkback: March 2006
    Would it solve museums' financial problems if they were statutory bodies?
    Museums Journal
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    March 2006
  • Costing the earth
    Rising fuel costs are just one of the good reasons why museums need to start taking genuine steps towards going green, argues Rebecca Dawson
    Museums Journal
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    March 2006
  • Grand designs
    Kathleen Soriano has left London's National Portrait Gallery for Compton Verney, an art gallery set in 120 acres of parkland in rural Warwickshire. Felicity Heywood hears about her plans
    Museums Journal
    Features
    March 2006
  • Breaking the chains
    Next year Britain commemorates 200 years since the banning of the slave trade. But how will the anniversary be observed when the UK's role in the trade has never been formally acknowledged, asks Felicity Heywood
    Museums Journal
    Features
    March 2006
  • Conversion troubles
    The issue of how and when to convert material into a digital format is a tricky one, particularly with new technology changing so quickly. By Mark Rowe
    Museums Journal
    Features
    March 2006
  • High Hopes
    Andrew Burnet hears how next year's celebration of Highland culture will attempt to look beyond the natural beauty and historic events to present the region as a culturally rich place
    Museums Journal
    Features
    March 2006
  • State of the nation
    Julia Fein Azoulay reports on revelations about the number of collections in the United States that are stored in terrible conditions
    Museums Journal
    Features
    March 2006
  • The village bond
    Sharon Heal heads to the Stanley Spencer Gallery to discover the fascinating collection of a local boy made good
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    March 2006
  • Sweet memories
    Laura Drysdale sees how a collection that started with a packet of Munchies has grown into a museum documenting consumerism over the past 200 years
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    March 2006
  • Let there be light
    The dramatic use of natural light makes the stained glass displays the stars of the V&A's latest gallery, says Caroline Worthington
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    March 2006
  • Absent father
    Rachel Souhami says the restored London house of American Benjamin Franklin fails to do justice to this important 18th-century figure
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    March 2006
  • The glories of Islam
    The V&A's touring exhibition of Islamic art is beautifully designed, but might be hard work for visitors with little knowledge of the subject, says Jane Weeks
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    March 2006