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  • National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens
    Group art psychotherapy in the museum
    Museum Practice
    16.04.2018
  • Mansfield Museum
    Putting health and wellbeing at the centre of your museum
    Museum Practice
    16.04.2018
  • The mindful museum
    How does the meditative practice work in museums?
    Museum Practice
    16.04.2018
  • Staff and volunteer wellbeing
    Museums have a duty to promote a healthier outlook for workers
    Museum Practice
    16.04.2018
  • Museums for wellbeing
    What role can museums play?
    Museum Practice
    16.04.2018
  • Dulwich Picture Gallery, London
    Embedding wellbeing in youth projects
    Museum Practice
    16.04.2018
  • The Whitworth, Manchester
    Using art to improve the quality of life of those living with dementia
    Museum Practice
    16.04.2018
  • Horniman Museum and Gardens, London
    Working with partner organisations to promote good mental health
    Museum Practice
    16.04.2018
  • Yorkshire Sculpture Park

    Connecting art, wellbeing and nature

    Museum Practice
    16.04.2018
  • Wellbeing
    Museum Practice
  • Seven Stories launches “touch and feel” early years exhibition
    Visitors encouraged to touch, smell and interact with displays
    Museum Practice
    New Practice
    11.04.2018
  • Call for case studies: front-of-house
    Share your experiences in Museum Practice
    Museum Practice
    06.04.2018
  • The MP interview: Peter Higgins, the designer
    As the creative director of Land Design Studio, Peter Higgins' work includes the National Maritime Museum of Cornwall, and the planned new National Waterfront Museum, Swansea. But his baptism of fire was the Millennium Dome - Javier Pes talks to the museum designer about interactivity, the lessons of the lottery and being in the zone...
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • A different tack: the National Maritime Museum, Cornwall
    The National Maritime Museum Cornwall has made a big splash since opening earlier this year. Jane Morris visited Falmouth to see how well it has combined objects, audiovisual and architecture to capture the spirit of sailing
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • New Mexicans: the Mexican Fine Art Center Museum
    Can a small ethnic museum become a major arts organisation and still remain rooted in its local community? Javier Pes went to the Mexican Fine Art Center Museum in Chicago to find out
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • The digital age
    The fastest growing group of internet users are aged over 65, but museums are overlooking the enthusiasm older people have for new technology, says Matthew Darroch-Thompson
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • Digital learning: case study
    The Digital Volunteers scheme gave a group of older people the chance to use digital cameras and computers for the first time. The results were impressive, says Janice McLaren, the project organiser at the Photographers' Gallery
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • Critical times: managing a PR crisis
    The worst of times can bring out the best in a museum. Ashley Gibbins, a consultant, sets out a ten-step guide to managing a PR crisis
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • PR case study: no comment
    When a crisis happens museums should be open with the media because silence will guarantee bad press, says Maev Kennedy, the arts and heritage correspondent of the Guardian newspaper
    Museum Practice
    May 2003
  • Safety by numbers
    The Museum of London recently assessed the security of the objects in its galleries in under three days. Rob Payton, a conservator at the museum, explains how they did it
    Museum Practice
    May 2003