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  • Touring exhibitions? You should be so lucky
    The last time you popped into a museum or gallery, other than the one you work in, what enticed you inside?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    May 2007
  • Letters: May 2007
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    May 2007
  • Stormy waters
    A US exhibition about piracy has been cancelled amidst a storm of protest. Sharon Macdonald looks at why
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    May 2007
  • It's good to talk
    Sophie Perkins explains how Hackney Museum's new exhibition on slavery benefited hugely from seeking the opinions of the local community
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    May 2007
  • Talkback: May 2007
    Has the past ten years been a golden age for museums and galleries in the UK?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    May 2007
  • The frisson of difference
    Commissioning work from minority artists is great for collections, says Sara Wajid, but that doesn't discharge a museum's responsibility to the wider community
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    May 2007
  • 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