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  • Scotland 1, France 0: a tale of two museums
    In the past couple of months, two major museums have opened to the public. At the end of June, the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris was unveiled by the French president Jacques Chirac, and a few weeks later the refurbished Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum was reopened to the citizens of Glasgow
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  • HLF gets guaranteed funding until 2019
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    August 2006
  • Contemporary visual arts need more investment says arts council
    The contemporary visual arts sector will not be able to sustain its current level of activity unless it receives more investment, according to a recent Arts Council England review.
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    August 2006
  • Specialist jobs axed at film and photography museum
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    August 2006
  • Legislation proposed for art stolen in the Nazi-era
    A consultation on whether national museums should be allowed to give back works of art looted during the Nazi era was launched last month.
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    August 2006
  • Mayor wants 'major role' in running Museum of London
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    August 2006
  • Plans for world football museum hit the post
    A proposal to create a World Football museum in Manchester has been shelved, according to Kevin Moore, the director of the National Football Museum (NFM) in Preston.
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    August 2006
  • Loan stars
    National museums are loaning more to the regions than ever before, according to new research by Museums Journal. But borrowing objects is still not always straightforward, as Julie Nightingale finds out
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    August 2006
  • Letters: August 2006
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    August 2006
  • The sound of silence
    The failure of public museums to represent Gypsy and Traveller history contributes to the social exclusion of modern Romani people, says Romani journalist Jake Bowers
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    August 2006
  • Talkback: August 2006
    Should the Watts Gallery be able to sell paintings from its collection to raise funds ?
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    August 2006
  • Changing with the times
    Vaughan Allen says museums need to forget the divide between temporary and permanent exhibitions if they are to reflect today's rapidly moving world
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    August 2006
  • Edinburgh's new master
    John Leighton's replacement of the flamboyant Timothy Clifford as the head of the National Galleries of Scotland has attracted a lot of attention. Felicity Heywood meets him
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    August 2006
  • A very public engagement
    As museums seek new ways to engage the public in ideas about science, Rachel Souhami speaks to those at the centre of the debate about how best to present this complex subject
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    August 2006
  • Child benefit
    Dea Birkett finds out how museums and galleries are coming up with news ideas to try and make old masters appeal to young children
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    August 2006
  • Pride of place
    Sharon Heal visits Glasgow and finds out that the £28m redevelopment of Kelvingrove is part of a wider transformation of the city's museums
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    August 2006
  • Warrior class
    Mark Rowe visits China to see how the museum that houses the terracotta warriors has developed since the first soldiers were found more than 30 years ago
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    August 2006
  • Surgical spirit
    Sharon Heal takes a deep breath as she explores the gory contents of the Old Operating Theatre near London Bridge
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    August 2006
  • Revision notes
    The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is bigger and better after the latest in a series of redevelopments, writes David Brady
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    August 2006
  • Material gains
    The Whitworth was first created as a resource for Manchester's clothing industry and its new textile gallery should inspire today's designers, students and manufacturers, says Nicky Ryan
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    August 2006