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2007 January
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  • Northern Ireland museums hit by cuts
    NMNI and NIMC in talks with government over impact of cuts on museums
    Museums Journal
    News
    07.09.2010
  • Opinion: Ken Arnold
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Reflected glory
    The recreation of Dresden's Green Vault is an impressive part of the ongoing work to restore the city's baroque glories. By Caroline Worthington
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Theatre of war
    A new US museum honouring the marines is dramatic and moving, but could do more to put the corps' history in a social context, says Roger Davidson
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Poetic justice
    A museum in St Petersburg dedicated to the life of the poet, Anna Akhmatova, overcomes the cliches of many literary house museums, says Javier Pes
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Dead famous
    Cornelia Parker's works often involve reusing the personal effects of famous people. She tells Javier Pes about her fascination with museums and their relics
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Case study: designing a showcase
    Designing a showcase is a bit like a military operation: it needs planning, a disciplined team - and diplomacy. Penny Ritchie Calder explains how
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Friends in high places
    It is crucial to know how to foster support from local politicians, whatever your level of public funding. Five experts from across the sector pass on their tips to Matt Shinn
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Second opinion
    A consultant can make a project a success - or simply tell you what you already know. Julie Nightingale shows how to get the most out of consultants' time
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Introduction: stored collections
    Museums are rethinking the distinction between stored collections and public galleries
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Using stored collections
    Adding to your collections is relatively easy; making them accessible is the hard part. Jane Morris looks at the challenge of opening up stored collections
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Case Study: bringing stores to life
    Kilian T Elsasser explains how a small museum in Switzerland is using actor-led tours to help bring its collection of historical artefacts to life
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Efficient ways to open stores
    Opening up your stored objects to visitors need not be difficult or costly - there are options to suit different collections and different budgets
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Case study: stored collection tours

     

    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Conservation in public
    Working on a large object in public gives visitors a rare chance to see how objects are conserved, and to learn about the skills needed to do it
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Online access to stored collections
    Creating a collections website is not the same as putting your object database online - you need to think about why and how people will use it
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Handling stored collections
    Allowing visitors to touch your precious objects might sound like asking for trouble, but the benefits of handling collections outweigh the risks
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Book review: The Mummy's Curse
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Website review: WHAT WAS HERE?
    Museum Practice
    Spring 2007
  • Opinion: Robert R Archibald
    Museum Practice
    Summer 2007