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  • The Scottish National Gallery. Photo: Keith Hunter
    National Galleries of Scotland unveils Gaelic language plan
    Venues to consider Gaelic impact from start of project planning
    Museums Journal
    News
    03.12.2019
  • Where is the support for small museums?
    If you were a small, independent museum with few or no paid staff, where would you turn for advice?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2005
  • Ferguson puts the breaks on Scottish culture plan
    Culture minister Patricia Ferguson has rejected a central proposal of the Cultural Commission's report into the future of culture in Scotland.
    Museums Journal
    News
    November 2005
  • MA report shapes DCF grants
    The bulk of the Designation Challenge Fund (DCF) will be allocated to projects that take forward ideas from the Museums Association's (MA) Collections for the Future report, according to the funding guidelines.
    Museums Journal
    News
    November 2005
  • Liverpool university to get new museum and gallery
    The University of Liverpool has announced plans to create a new museum and art gallery at its city centre campus.
    Museums Journal
    News
    November 2005
  • Justice galleries help inmates
    The Galleries of Justice in Nottingham has exclusively revealed to Museums Journal that it is taking part in a project to allow prisoners who are serving a life sentence to do work experience.
    Museums Journal
    News
    November 2005
  • Art Fund looks to paint a picture of acquisitions
    The National Art Collections Fund (Art Fund) is to carry out a UK-wide survey of museum and gallery acquisitions over the past five years.
    Museums Journal
    News
    November 2005
  • Wordsworth's Paradise Lost catalogue wins Axa prize
    A small independent museum scooped the top prize at the annual art catalogue competition in London last month.
    Museums Journal
    News
    November 2005
  • How can we maximise the potential of museums?
    This is an abridged version of a speech made by Charles Saumarez Smith, the director of the National Gallery and the president of the Museums Association, to the Museums Association's conference last month
    Museums Journal
    News
    November 2005
  • AHRC awards spread thin as more museums apply
    The Arts and Humanities Research Council's last round of funds left some museums happy with their handouts, while others got less than they had hoped for…
    Museums Journal
    News
    November 2005
  • Letters: November 2005
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2005
  • The same old song
    Aysha Afridi says more needs to be done to create a culture of museum-going among less privileged children for the Diversify scheme to be truly diverse
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2005
  • Working knowledge
    Nikola Burdon argues that sometimes museums must take their lead from the business world
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2005
  • Talkback: November 2005
    Is corporate hire damaging our museums?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2005
  • Body politics
    New guidelines on human remains should be the starting point for museums to think differently about their collections, argues Hedley Swain
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    November 2005
  • Capital gains
    John Stewart-Young had always wanted to make his mark with a big redevelopment project. He's now doing just that at the McManus Galleries in Dundee, writes Felicity Heywood
    Museums Journal
    Features
    November 2005
  • The global village
    Is it possible for museums to bring a global perspective to local audiences? Joseph O'Reilly reports
    Museums Journal
    Features
    November 2005
  • Hidden treasures
    If museums don't even know what they've got, then how can they explain it to the public? Jane Morris reports a number of initiatives aimed at plugging the knowledge gap
    Museums Journal
    Features
    November 2005
  • The medical model
    What is it like being a small museum within a much bigger organisation that has a separate aim and focus? Bryony Kelly reports
    Museums Journal
    Features
    November 2005
  • Class of 2005
    In June 2004 arts funding organisation the Clore Duffield Foundation announced the first ever participants in an initiative to strengthen leadership in the cultural sector. Museums Journal catches up with some of the Clore Leadership Fellows from museums, and some who came from a different discipline but chose to do their secondments in museums
    Museums Journal
    Features
    November 2005