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  • Capital spend
    Projects such as the Ulster Museum and the Titanic Experience are helping to transform Northern Ireland's capital. Simon Stephens visits Belfast to find out more
    Museums Journal
    Features
    August 2009
  • Relocation, relocation
    John Holt talks to those people who have got on their bikes and moved considerable distances to further their careers
    Museums Journal
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    August 2009
  • Many happy returns?
    On the tenth anniversary of Glasgow's return of a Ghost Dance shirt to the Lakota people, Felicity Heywood looks at how museums are dealing with repatriation issues today
    Museums Journal
    Features
    August 2009
  • In the fast lane
    Whether it's speeding about on a motorbike or taking on a new work challenge, Joanne Orr, the CEO of Museums Galleries Scotland, says she has always enjoyed taking risk
    Museums Journal
    Features
    August 2009
  • The Museum of…Our pick of the UK's specialist collections: August 2009
    Sackbuts, serpents and other rare instruments make the Reid Concert Hall Museum a world-class attraction. By Louise Gray
    Museums Journal
    Features
    August 2009
  • Grand designs
    Kathleen Soriano has left London's National Portrait Gallery for Compton Verney, an art gallery set in 120 acres of parkland in rural Warwickshire. Felicity Heywood hears about her plans
    Museums Journal
    Features
    March 2006
  • Breaking the chains
    Next year Britain commemorates 200 years since the banning of the slave trade. But how will the anniversary be observed when the UK's role in the trade has never been formally acknowledged, asks Felicity Heywood
    Museums Journal
    Features
    March 2006
  • Conversion troubles
    The issue of how and when to convert material into a digital format is a tricky one, particularly with new technology changing so quickly. By Mark Rowe
    Museums Journal
    Features
    March 2006
  • High Hopes
    Andrew Burnet hears how next year's celebration of Highland culture will attempt to look beyond the natural beauty and historic events to present the region as a culturally rich place
    Museums Journal
    Features
    March 2006
  • State of the nation
    Julia Fein Azoulay reports on revelations about the number of collections in the United States that are stored in terrible conditions
    Museums Journal
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    March 2006
  • Collector's collection
    Tim Knox's passion for collecting, architecture and display makes him well-suited to be the new director of Sir John Soane's Museum. By Felicity Heywood
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2005
  • Show and tell
    There is no point having rare objects and important collections if we don't have the knowledge to talk about them, says Mark Jones
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2005
  • Strapped for cash
    Acquiring new objects is the lifeblood of any museum. But with acquisition budgets cut to the bone, can collections continue to grow? By Jane Morris
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2005
  • Small Island
    After a disastrous start involving stormy weather and sinking furniture, the Pitcairn Island Museum opens to the public this summer. By Dea Birkett
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2005