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  • UK collections seek artefacts from Women’s Marches
    Institutions respond to historic mass protests
    Museums Journal
    News
    25.01.2017
  • MA defends IWM’s disposal of films, books, pamphlets and periodicals
    Disposals are in line with MA’s Code of Ethics
    Museums Journal
    News
    11.01.2017
  • We need to talk about disposal
    To actively develop collections we must dispose and collect
    Museums Association
    Comment
    11.01.2017
  • Kirklees Council backs down on £20m Bacon sale proposal
    Attempt to sell painting by Francis Bacon would forfeit ownership to Contemporary Art Society
    Museums Journal
    News
    04.01.2017
  • Best in Show
    Donald Campbell, homemade model of Bluebird, 1929 - Ruskin Museum, Coniston, Cumbria
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.01.2017
  • Adapt or die
    Museums with natural history collections have been struggling to deal with the loss of curators with specialist scientific knowledge combined with the wider funding problems facing the sector. But life finds a way: by evolving strategies to cope with changing conditions, museums are forming partnerships with other organisations in order to engage the public. Jonathan Knott ventures deep into the undergrowth in search of a new breed of museum
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.01.2017
  • We need to respond to the world around us
    Museums can show their relevance by providing context and analysis
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    01.01.2017
  • Museums have their work cut out
    Poll finds funding cuts have led to a reduction in public access and a rise in the use of volunteers
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.10.2013
  • Flying the flag
    Historically, major art galleries have overlooked women artists. Things are changing – but it’s a slow process
    Museums Journal
    Features
    11704, p22-27, 01.04.2017