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  • Museums unleashed
    It’s time we learn to speak our audience’s language
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    26.05.2015
  • Voxpop
    What next for the British Museum?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    01.05.2015
  • The arts must be central to school life
    Education reforms under scrutiny
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    01.05.2015
  • Healthy funding mix keeps our sector alive
    The museum sector looks at its future
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    01.05.2015
  • Help the blind access your collections
    Audio descriptions give blind and partially sighted people choice
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    01.05.2015
  • The conversation
    What does the future hold for regional museums?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    01.05.2015
  • The policy column
    We must shout about our value
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    01.05.2015
  • Digital
    Let’s slow it down a little
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    01.05.2015
  • 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
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    August 2006
  • Letters: August 2006
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    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
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    August 2006
  • Talkback: August 2006
    Should the Watts Gallery be able to sell paintings from its collection to raise funds ?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    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
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    August 2006
  • Collections: you can shape the future
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2005
  • Letters: June 2005
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2005
  • Wanted: new breed of curator
    Must have flexibility and vision; scholarly and object-based knowledge welcomed; anti-authoritarian tendencies a must. Apply in writing to Nichola Johnson
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2005
  • Talkback: June 2005
    Should museums actively solicit public donations?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2005
  • Got-to-have gadgets
    By adding contemporary objects to their displays, museums give new meanings to their older artefacts, says Tim Boon
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2005
  • Facing the future
    Agreeing on the direction of museums is a
    long process, but the launch of a new report
    is a welcome start, writes Helen Wilkinson
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    June 2005