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  • Writing letters
    The Postal Museum takes a “revelatory” and “inclusive” approach to text
    Museum Practice
    15.12.2016
  • Telling stories
    Creating compelling, original and accessible content that makes museum collections sing
    Museum Practice
    14.12.2016
  • Voices from the workhouse
    Storytelling at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse
    Museum Practice
    14.12.2016
  • Having a conversation with visitors
    Lucy Harland explains why tone of voice matters in museums
    Museum Practice
    14.12.2016
  • Learn how to write sparkling museum text
    What’s the Story, an MA seminar, will take place at MShed in Bristol
    Museums Association
    News
    07.12.2016
  • Call for case studies: museum text
    Share your experiences in MP
    Museum Practice
    18.11.2016
  • Welsh Assembly Members clash over heritage merger
    Proposal 'unprecedented' in UK sector, says MA director
    Museums Journal
    News
    16.11.2016
  • Profile: Alexandra Loske
    Colour co-ordinated
    Museums Journal
    People
    01.11.2016
  • Catalogue
    Lincoln Dexter on turning a remarkable photography exhibition into a great book
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.11.2016
  • On my bookshelf
    The Silk Roads, by Peter Frankopan
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.11.2016
  • Books
    Terry Eagleton’s survey of culture under capitalism is both thought-provoking and frustrating, says Bridget McKenzie
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.11.2016
  • A brave new world?
    Real engagement and real self-awareness will require museums to take some brave new steps
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    01.11.2016
  • Action points
    What are museums doing to address social, political, economic, and environmental issues, asks Rob Sharp
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.11.2016
  • The appliance of science
    As demographics change, science centres will need to work hard to engage as wide and diverse an audience as possible, or risk becoming obsolete.
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.11.2016
  • Editorial
    Is your museum still in touch with its public?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    01.11.2016
  • The conversation
    Is there such a thing as self-censorship in museums?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    01.10.2016
  • MA warns against potential National Museum Wales merger
    Government proposals pose a ‘clear threat’ to museum’s independence
    Museums Association
    News
    30.09.2016
  • Me and my research
    Going on a spiritual quest
    Museums Journal
    People
    01.09.2016
  • Profile: Clare Hunt
    Seaside fun in Southend
    Museums Journal
    People
    01.09.2016
  • On my bookshelf
    The Last Tasmanian Tiger, by Robert Paddle
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.09.2016