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  • On the right track
    Railway museums are having to rethink their offer to make themselves relevant to new audiences, says Deborah Mulhearn
    Museums Journal
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    07.12.2018
  • Best in show
    The Annunciation and the Adoration of the Magi, 1861, by Edward Burne-Jones Tate Britain, London
    Museums Journal
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    01.12.2018
  • Trendswatch: Celebrity curators
    This year has seen some notable exhibitions created in partnership with famous faces, but how involved did they get? Jasper Hart finds out
    Museums Journal
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    01.12.2018
  • Museum of... Magical History Museum, Liverpool
    This homage to the Beatles is packed full of memorabilia that will delight fans of the Fab Four, says Louise Gray
    Museums Journal
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    01.12.2018
  • International opening: Glenstone, Potomac, Maryland, US
    A five-year expansion has transformed the visitor experience at this private art collection, says Simon Stephens
    Museums Journal
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    01.12.2018
  • Cultural exchange
    Skinder Hundal, the chief executive of New Art Exchange in Nottingham, chats to Eleanor Mills about the cultural melting pot that gives this venue its soul
    Museums Journal
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    01.12.2018
  • Go figure
    From portrayals of colonisers to the lack of female memorials, the significance of statues, who they depict and what they stand for is coming under the spotlight, says Holly Black
    Museums Journal
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    01.12.2018
  • 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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    03.01.2011
  • Grand designs
    Kathleen Soriano has left London's National Portrait Gallery for Compton Verney, an art gallery set in 120 acres of parkland in rural Warwickshire. Felicity Heywood hears about her plans
    Museums Journal
    Features
    March 2006
  • Breaking the chains
    Next year Britain commemorates 200 years since the banning of the slave trade. But how will the anniversary be observed when the UK's role in the trade has never been formally acknowledged, asks Felicity Heywood
    Museums Journal
    Features
    March 2006
  • Conversion troubles
    The issue of how and when to convert material into a digital format is a tricky one, particularly with new technology changing so quickly. By Mark Rowe
    Museums Journal
    Features
    March 2006
  • High Hopes
    Andrew Burnet hears how next year's celebration of Highland culture will attempt to look beyond the natural beauty and historic events to present the region as a culturally rich place
    Museums Journal
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    March 2006
  • State of the nation
    Julia Fein Azoulay reports on revelations about the number of collections in the United States that are stored in terrible conditions
    Museums Journal
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    March 2006
  • Best in show
    Star-shaped watch, c.1630, by clockmaker David Ramsay Worshipful Company of Clockmakers’ Collection, Science Museum, London George White
    Museums Journal
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    0111.2015