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  • Slavery initiative begins to fill the gap
    It's not often that we can honestly say that museums are setting the pace of change, but the launch last month of the Understanding Slavery Initiative may alter that perception.
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    July 2006
  • MA warns Watts Gallery not to sell paintings
    Museums Journal
    News
    July 2006
  • Arts organisations join together to present a vision to the government
    For the first time in living memory, arts organisations have put aside their 'sibling rivalry' and presented a united face to government.
    Museums Journal
    News
    July 2006
  • Baltic set to lose out in commissioning costs row
    The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead was plunged into a fresh row about money last month.
    Museums Journal
    News
    July 2006
  • National Museums NI under attack for poor storage
    The comptroller and auditor general for Northern Ireland, John Dowdall, has criticised shortcomings in the standard of documentation and storage of the collection of National Museums Northern Ireland (NMNI).
    Museums Journal
    News
    July 2006
  • MA poll finds regional museums lack diversity
    The results of a survey by the Museums Association (MA) into the ethnic diversity of staff at hub museums across England have been described as 'shocking' by Maurice Davies, the deputy director of the MA.
    Museums Journal
    News
    July 2006
  • Winning ways
    Two museums in Letchworth have scooped the prize for best Museums and Galleries Month project
    Museums Journal
    News
    July 2006
  • Letters: July 2006
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    July 2006
  • Age concern
    Museums are out of touch if they think that older people are just interested in reminiscence and oral history, says Peter Lewis
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    July 2006
  • Love at first sight
    The Warren Cup: Sexuality in Ancient Greece exhibition represents a new attitude towards displaying 'sexual' material, says Stuart Frost
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    July 2006
  • Talkback: July 2006
    Should all museums be addressing climate change in exhibitions and displays or is this the strict domain of the natural scientists?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    July 2006
  • House and home
    Historic houses aren't just heritage sites frozen in time - they are also people's homes, says John Hamer
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    July 2006
  • Digital watch
    Designer Peter Higgins calls for digital media to be taken more seriously in museums
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    July 2006
  • The shipping news
    Matthew Tanner is hoping that winning the Gulbenkian Prize is just the start for the success of ss Great Britain and is raring to go on to phase two of its development. Felicity Heywood went along to hear about his vision for the future of the 'floating' museum
    Museums Journal
    Features
    July 2006
  • National service
    Simon Stephens discovers how army museums can keep their collections relevant once the regiments they represent have been disbanded
    Museums Journal
    Features
    July 2006
  • Inspired choices
    Deborah Mulhearn finds out why writers and artists often turn to museums and galleries for inspiration
    Museums Journal
    Features
    July 2006
  • A potted history
    Unfamiliar tools ranging from a dibber to grape scissors wormed their way into Sharon Heal's heart when she checked out the Garden Museum
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    July 2006
  • A traveller's tale
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    July 2006
  • Advantage Wimbledon
    Jed Smith on how the All England
    Club has raised the game for sports museums with its new tennis attraction
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    July 2006