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  • A sense of belonging
    Museums are dispelling myths and connecting communities in Cornwall
    Museums Association
    Comment
    25.07.2018
  • The museum movement
    A new wave of radical thinking is sweeping across the sector
    Museums Association
    Comment
    11.07.2018
  • Trendswatch - book clubs
    Museums are starting a new chapter in an attempt to engage more people with their collections, says Deborah Mulhearn
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.07.2018
  • Museum of...
    Royal Pharmaceutical Society Museum
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.07.2018
  • International opening - The Legacy Museum, Alabama
    This important new museum was created out of a wider campaign to confront the legacy of slavery, lynching and segregation in the US, finds Rebecca Swirsky
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.07.2018
  • World view
    Eleanor Mills talks to Nicholas Thomas, the director of the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge, about global cultures, collections and repatriation. Photography by Phil Sayer
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.07.2018
  • Northern Lights
    As the Great Exhibition of the North gets underway in Newcastle and Gateshead, Geraldine Kendall Adams looks at how the programme has come together against background of political upheaval.
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.07.2018
  • Beauty and the beasts
    Deborah Mulhearn discovers how museums are making animal magic in their displays on the natural world
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.07.2018
  • The Museum of...Our pick of the UK's specialist collections
    Louise Gray hears how a museum dedicated to a 19th-century social reformer survives on a shoestring budget
    Museums Journal
    Features
    04.01.2011
  • Barber's fine arts

    The director of the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Ann Sumner, is planning to raise the profile of the Birmingham gallery in the run-up to its 80th anniversary. By Simon Stephens

    Museums Journal
    Features
    04.01.2011
  • Over to the feds...
    With the MLA being wound down, there is a real need for federations to take the initiative and provide support and leadership in the regions. By John Holt
    Museums Journal
    Features
    04.01.2011
  • Eastern promise
    It's full steam ahead for cultural development in the Middle East. But anyone expecting a carbon copy of the western model will be in for a surprise, as Rebecca Atkinson reveals
    Museums Journal
    Features
    04.01.2011
  • Tall tales
    Social housing is undergoing profound change as communities are dispersed by the demolition of high rises and other council estates. How are museums documenting this, asks Simon Stephens
    Museums Journal
    Features
    04.01.2011
  • Spreading folk tales
    Simon Costin has ambitious plans to create a museum dedicated to British folklore. Simon Stephens meets him
    Museums Journal
    Features
    03.01.2011
  • Medicine man
    Ken Arnold tells Felicity Heywood why ideas are at the heart of London's newly opened Wellcome Collection, a £30m venue that aims to connect medicine, life and art
    Museums Journal
    Features
    July 2007
  • Return of the native
    Could knowledge repatriation, a system of international cultural exchanges, offer a way out of the problems of returning objects to their countries of origin, asks Andrew Burnet
    Museums Journal
    Features
    July 2007
  • Britain's reluctant museums
    This month the National Trust celebrates the centenary of the acquisition of its first major historic property. But what does a curator do with a collection that is spread over 150 locations and an inventory bigger than several British Museums put together, asks Maev Kennedy
    Museums Journal
    Features
    July 2007
  • The life aquatic
    From the mangrove swamps of the Horniman to the red-bellied piranhas of Bolton, it seems that museums have never been more serious about the wet side of life, writes Dea Birkett
    Museums Journal
    Features
    July 2007
  • Out of this world
    Aaron Davies gets a life, at least a virtual one, and explores an online community of seven million residents where imagined museums are starting to make an impact on those in real life
    Museums Journal
    Features
    July 2007
  • Best in show
    Star-shaped watch, c.1630, by clockmaker David Ramsay Worshipful Company of Clockmakers’ Collection, Science Museum, London George White
    Museums Journal
    Features
    0111.2015