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  • Museums need to increase their social relevance
    Lots of museums are using their collections to connect with big challenges
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    01.01.06
  • Check list for hand-held guides
    Museum Practice
    Summer 2006
  • Opinion: Sarah Staniforth
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • High office: Mitsui memorial museum
    A Western-style 1920s office building in Tokyo has been converted with surprising success to become the home for one of Japan's oldest company collections of art, says Laura Gascoigne, for whom the museum's attention to aesthetics made an impression...
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Design of the times
    Some odd gaps mean that the Sydney-based Powerhouse Museum's new gallery tracing the history of design isn't quite as inspired as its title suggests, Andrew Montana finds
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • An end to the silence
    The steely determination of a group of Japanese Americans has resulted in a community museum in Los Angeles that exposes a shameful chapter in America's history. By Javier Pes
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • World of interiors
    Putting the pragmatic issues that museums must deal with uppermost has seen David Chipperfield become an in-demand architect for museums the world over. Javier Pes meets him
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Time and motion
    By encouraging people to 'clock in' and 'clock out', the Whipple Museum has dramatically increased visitors' comments, explains Niall Caldwell, in a simple and inexpensive way
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Visionary thinking
    A digital image service can increase income
    and improve public access – but only if it is
    well-run. Simon Tanner shows how
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Building success
    Being in charge of a capital project will never be an easy job – there is too much to go wrong. But knowing the traps will help you avoid the worst problems, as Adrian Ellis explains
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Introduction: greener museums
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Benefits of going green
    With evidence of climate change growing yearly, museums must start doing more to reduce their environmental impact, writes David Martin.
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Developing an environmental policy
    There are simple ways to reduce your environmental impact, and plenty of advice on steps to take. But developing a policy to take a long-term viewis vital
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Simple steps towards a greener museum
    Cutting energy use is just part of reducing your environmental impact – you should consider your purchasing, transport and recycling policies, too
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Cutting energy and water use
    Cutting energy and water use in buildings should be at the heart of any museum’s strategy – and there are many ways to achieve this
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Case study: sustainability
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Case study: green heritage centre
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Greener collection care
    Balancing care of collections with concern for the environment is important - as is using collections to educate about the environment
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Books reviews
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006
  • Web reviews
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2006