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  • Opening up the debate
    Museums are being urged to adopt a more open attitude to restitution. By Maurice Davies
    Museums Journal
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    01.09.2010
  • Share value
    Museums and galleries are making their resources go further by sharing skills and knowledge, writes Rebecca Atkinson
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    01.09.2010
  • Risky business
    Insurance raises questions about risk, responsibility and the value of collections that are at the heart of what museums do. By Katrina Burroughs
    Museums Journal
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    01.09.2010
  • Pop Culture
    Paul Lilley tells Simon Stephens about the challenges of creating the British Music Experience from scratch
    Museums Journal
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    01.09.2010
  • The Museum of...Our pick of the UK’s specialist collections
    Louise Gray hears how Shibden Hall is more than just the home of Anne Lister, its most famous owner
    Museums Journal
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    01.09.2010
  • The Museum of... Our pick of the UK's specialist collections
    Anstruther's Scottish Fisheries Museum was created when a group of concerned people realised that the industry was in decline, learns Louise Gray
    Museums Journal
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    02.08.2010
  • Diverse voices
    Felicity Heywood talks to participants in the Museums Association's Diversify scheme to find out how it has helped their careers
    Museums Journal
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    02.08.2010
  • Acquired knowledge
    Art Fund director Stephen Deuchar tells Simon Stephens about his passion for collecting and the way forward for museum acquisitions.
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    02.08.2010
  • Portrait of a nation
    A new approach to telling the history of Sweden is proving to be controversial. Diana Walters reports
    Museums Journal
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    02.08.2010
  • The great outdoors
    Showing sculpture outdoors is a good way to engage the public in settings that they feel comfortable with, says Deborah Mulhearn
    Museums Journal
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    02.08.2010
  • Object lessons
    Prior to the publication of a book on extreme collecting, Suzanne Bardgett recalls the anxious quest for artefacts for the Imperial War Museum's Holocaust Exhibition
    Museums Journal
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    01.06.2010
  • Beating the creepy-crawlies
    Pest control may not be glamorous, but it's increasingly vital for the safe-keeping of museum collections, says Louise Gray
    Museums Journal
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    01.06.2010
  • Learning curves
    How effective are postgraduate museum studies courses in launching people's careers in the sector? John Holt talks to some former students to find out
    Museums Journal
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    01.06.2010
  • Where it's at
    Simon Groom reveals what he has been doing to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. By Simon Stephens
    Museums Journal
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    01.06.2010
  • The Museum of... Our pick of the UK's specialist collections
    Clare Ancient House Museum makes up in imagination and interpretation what it lacks in space, says Louise Gray
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    01.06.2010
  • West side story
    When the Bristol job came up, Kate Brindley was quite happy in Wolverhampton. She tells Felicity Heywood what tempted her to take it
    Museums Journal
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    July 2005
  • Fashion's fortune
    Fashion displays in museums have never been more popular, but all the glitz and glamour can get in the way of a sound curatorial approach, says Nicky Ryan
    Museums Journal
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    July 2005
  • Sound and vision
    It wouldn't take that much extra curation to make British exhibitions sound so much better, suggests Sarah Angliss
    Museums Journal
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    July 2005
  • Hot pots
    Its displays once made visitors' eyes glaze over, so what did France's Sandelin Museum do? Anne McHardy finds out
    Museums Journal
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    July 2005
  • The Louvre's big move
    An old mineshaft in the former mining town of Lens in northern France will soon provide a second home for the Louvre's collection, writes Roland Lloyd Parry
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    July 2005