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  • Web and digital
    We review the latest digital innovations
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.09.2014
  • On my bookshelf
    Hall's Dictionary of Subjects and Symbols in Art
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.09.2014
  • Catalogue: Ryan Gander Culturefield
    Kate Jesson on a book that reveals the wide-ranging practice of artist Ryan Gander
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.09.2014
  • Books: Public Participation in Archaeology
    Timothy Mason considers flying to Turkmenistan
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.09.2014
  • Kirkcaldy Galleries, Fife
    This redeveloped museum has some appealing displays but Stephen Allen wanted to see more ambition and variety
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.09.2014
  • Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery, Shropshire
    Shrewsbury's new museum has great volunteers but Maurice Davies is disappointed by the displays and interpretation
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.09.2014
  • Digital Revolution, Barbican Centre, London
    This joyful celebration of the impact digital technology has had on art and creativity highlights some of the challenges of displaying the subject, writes Danny Birchall
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    01.09.2014
  • London still takes lion's share of funding
    Report into Arts Council England's latest funding announcement claims that the reallocation of funding towards the regions has been 'glacially slow'. Patrick Steel reports
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.09.2014
  • Schools opt to forgo visits to museums
    Report finds trend has been fuelled by changes to national curriculum. Gareth Harris reports
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.09.2014
  • All change at London galleries
    The directors of the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery are quitting next year. Patrick Steel assesses their tenures
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.09.2014
  • Labour sets outs culture plan
    Consultation document proposes plan for cultural learning and calls for an end to unpaid internships. Gareth Harris reports
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.09.2014
  • Privatisation of visitor services gathers pace in museums and galleries
    Cultural organisations are looking to outsource an ever wider range of services to private companies. Geraldine Kendall assesses the pros and cons
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.09.2014
  • The Yorkshire Museum, York
    Boasting several star objects, this £2m revamp is bound to attract lots of visitors, but it's the overall level of detail that will impress, says Peter Lewis
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    04.01.2011
  • Opening this month
    From Vivienne Westwood shoes to paintings of Dorset's movers and shakers in the 18th century, Geraldine Kendall selects the pick of January's exhibitions
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    04.01.2011
  • Havering Museum, Romford
    This labour of love has emerged as a well-thought-out snapshot of the history of the London borough – with a healthy dose of nostalgia thrown in, writes Maria Blyzinsky
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    04.01.2011
  • Strawberry Hill House, Twickenham
    The £9m restoration of Horace Walpole's stunning 18th-century Gothic castle may have taken its time, but the wait has been worthwhile, says Jonathan Conlin
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    04.01.2011
  • Books: The Social Work of Museums
    Myna Trustram is impressed by the book's broad scope and its impassioned portrayal of the issues, but wonders whether it takes things a little too far
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    04.01.2011
  • The Revolution Continues: New Art from China, Saatchi Gallery, London
    The gallery space is so beautiful, it nearly eclipses the art, says Sharon Heal
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    December 2008
  • Taking Liberties, British Library, London
    The British Library should have taken a more radical approach to telling the story of our 1,000 year fight for freedoms and rights, says Simon Stephens
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    December 2008
  • The Soldiers' Story, Derby Museum and Art Gallery
    Tim Bryan is impressed by a military gallery that tells the complex story of three local regiments
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    December 2008