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  • When an opportunity becomes a threat
    The lottery is now down £675m because of the Olympics overspend and as a result it looks like the Heritage Lottery Fund will take a hit of £90m with the Arts Council England (ACE) having to handover nearly £63m.
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    Comment
    April 2007
  • Distributors hit out at the raid on lottery funds to finance London's Olympics plan
    The four main lottery distributors have knocked the latest government decision to plug the Olympics' deficit with lottery funds in what could become known as the raid of the century.
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    News
    April 2007
  • BFI opens new exhibition space
    The British Film Institute's (BFI) new development opened last month on the South Bank in London on the site of the former Museum of the Moving Image (MOMI).
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    News
    April 2007
  • CSR could lead to cuts for museums
    There are still fears that museums will be hit hard in the next spending review, despite Tony Blair's keynote speech praising the arts last month.
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    April 2007
  • Better measures needed for local authority museums
    The Comprehensive Performance Assessment (CPA) - the evaluation of local government services - does not provide any 'significant conclusions' for the museum sector, according to Paul Raynes, the programme director responsible for culture, tourism and sport at the Local Government Association (LGA).
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    News
    April 2007
  • The Tomorrow People report highlights flaws in recruitment
    The traditional route into a job in museums - an MA in museums studies - is flawed, according to the author of a new report published last month.
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    April 2007
  • Heritage white paper will fail without more cash
    Heritage bodies have warned that the government's plans to improve heritage protection will fail unless they are properly funded.
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    News
    April 2007
  • Nation shall speak culture unto nation
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    April 2007
  • Letters: April 2007
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    Comment
    April 2007
  • The case for conservation
    Collections are the primary asset of a museum, but a balance needs to be struck between our desire to use objects and the need to preserve them, says Simon Cane from Icon
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    Comment
    April 2007
  • Talkback: April 2007
    Are attendance figures an important judge of how good an exhibition is?
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    Comment
    April 2007
  • Take to the streets
    French museums are lagging behind in terms of customising buildings for disabled access, says Catherine Pound
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    Comment
    April 2007
  • Safety first
    Most museums are prepared for a local disaster but what happens if a whole region suffers a catastrophe, asks Graham Matthews
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    Comment
    April 2007
  • Dancing at Wolves
    As the head of arts and museums at Wolverhampton, Corinne Miller is excited by the city's excellent collections and the new extension to its art gallery. Felicity Heywood spoke to her
    Museums Journal
    Features
    April 2007
  • Value judgement
    Museums Journal brought together eight leading figures in the sector and asked them to discuss what museums are for. Here are their thoughts
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    Features
    April 2007
  • Home economics
    The regional art scene has been transformed by a raft of gallery refurbishments and new-builds in recent years, but with cash-strapped councils and a bullish art market is there enough money to run them effectively? Jane Morris reports
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    Features
    April 2007
  • Park life
    It's not all dung, straw, and marble boulders rolling on ice cubes at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Serena Davies reports on the special relationship between its artists and staff
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    Features
    April 2007
  • Let's get digital
    Sarah Murray on how museums are responding to the challenges created by the growth of digital art and its ability to reach a global audience
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    Features
    April 2007
  • Attention to detail
    Sharon Heal hears how Henry Wellcome's collection of Egyptian antiquities found its way to Swansea
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    April 2007
  • Divided we stood
    The National Cold War Exhibition, Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford

    Rachel Souhami is left cold by an exhibition that uses military aircraft as the backdrop for a study of the conflict between East and West
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    Reviews
    April 2007