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  • Museum loans
    How are initiatives encouraging museums to lend and borrow?
    Museum Practice
    15.03.2018
  • The borrowers
    How can museums successfully borrow from other institutions and private collectors?
    Museum Practice
    15.03.2018
  • Lending spirit
    How can museums of all sizes be supported to lend more?
    Museum Practice
    15.03.2018
  • Call for case studies: PR
    Share your experiences in MP
    Museum Practice
    08.03.2018
  • Call for case studies: museum games
    Share your experiences in MP
    Museum Practice
    08.03.2018
  • Loans
    Museum Practice
  • Islington Museum to explore memories of Holloway Prison
    HLF-funded project will include training former prisoners in transferable skills
    Museum Practice
    New Practice
    07.03.2018
  • Loans
    Museum Practice
  • Opinion: Lonnie Bunch
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2005
  • Native voices
    Six months after its opening, is the first Smithsonian museum devoted to the Native Americans a success? Javier Pes travels to Washington and finds, despite several shortcomings, an enlightened take on the history of America's first peoples...
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2005
  • Modern times
    New York's lavishly revamped Museum of Modern Art has divided opinion, but András Szántó, the director of the National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University, New York, believes it is a triumph that has stayed true to the spirit of modernism...
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2005
  • Resistance movement
    The new Warsaw Rising Museum is an important symbol for a nation that has finally re-established democracy after almost 50 years of totalitarian domination. By Jane Morris
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2005
  • Object lesson: Paul Williams
    During a 30-year career designing exhibitions and galleries that began at the V&A and continues with his own company, Stanton Williams, Paul Williams has based his work on the belief in the primacy of objects and their power to inspire visitors. Javier Pes meets him...
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2005
  • Moving pictures
    Jet-setting around the globe with priceless artworks may sound fun, but being a courier is hard work and calls for a level-head, determination and the ability to anticipate problems. Laura Gascoigne reports
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2005
  • Getty's grand tour
    The Getty Center's new interactive guide is the most comprehensive yet, combining handheld devices, touchscreen computers and the Getty website. Christina Olsen explains how visitor research helped shape the system
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2005
  • Flexible displays
    The redevelopment of the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum includes a
    new display system for the permanent collection that can be changed far
    more frequently than before. By Lawrence Fitzgerald and Anthony McReavy
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2005
  • Introduction: emergency planning
    Disaster planning is arguably the museum equivalent of making a will or having a health check: one of those things that everyone knows they ought to do, but then puts off.
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2005
  • Preparing for emergencies
    Follow MP's step-by-step guide to minimising the risk of disasters and limiting the damage they cause if they do occur
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2005
  • Writing an emergency plan of action
    Once you have analysed the possible risks and decided how you will react to them, it is time to write the museum's emergency plan
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2005
  • Training staff for emergencies
    After you have written the emergency plan, the next step is to train your staff to use it properly
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2005