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  • Best in show
    Model of architectural design by Sir Denys Lasdun, Royal College of Physicians, London
    Museums Journal
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    02.01.2015
  • Trendswatch: Movie magic
    Geraldine Kendall on how a growing number of museums are staging temporary exhibitions to tie in with major film releases
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    02.01.2015
  • The Museum of… Wheal Martyn
    This Scheduled Ancient Monument on the St Austell river celebrates the history and legacy of Cornwall's china clay industry. By Louise Gray
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    02.01.2015
  • International opening: Musée d’ethnographie de Genève, Switzerland
    Geneva's ethnographic museum now has more space for exhibitions and events. By Geraldine Kendall
    Museums Journal
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    02.01.2015
  • Great expectations
    Simon Wallis wants to ensure that the Hepworth Wakefield reaches as many audiences as possible. By Simon Stephens
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    02.01.2015
  • The trustees
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    02.01.2015
  • Escape to the country
    At one time, rural life museums were accused of being too introspective, but many are finding innovative ways to tackle contemporary issues, says Geraldine Kendall
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    02.01.2015
  • Firm foundation
    As the new chief executive of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Moira Sinclair is keen to help museums and galleries have a positive impact on people’s lives
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    01.01.2015
  • Courting controversy
    Museums face ethical and moral issues when putting on exhibitions about crime and justice, but it is possible to create sensitive displays
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    01.01.2015
  • Best in show
    Seeing off Korean envoys returning to their country, c.1451-1600, anonymous, British Museum
    Museums Journal
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    01.11.2014
  • Making headlines
    John Holt talks to press and PR people about making the most of the fantastic stories that museums and galleries have to tell
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    01.11.2014
  • The Museum of… Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre
    Staff at the Cheshire observatory field some unusual questions from visitors
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    01.11.2014
  • International opening: LWL Museum für Kunst und Kultur
    A five-year redevelopment has opened up this museum in north-west Germany, writes Geraldine Kendall
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    01.11.2014
  • London calling
    Tonya Nelson has packed a lot into a career that has seen her move from Washington lawyer to head of museums and collections at University College London. Simon Stephens meets her
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    01.11.2014
  • Class struggles
    Changes to the national curriculum have created new challenges for museums in their attempts to attract school visits. Deborah Mulhearn reports
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    01.11.2014
  • Trendswatch: Takeover days
    The benefits of letting younger visitors take control of your museum
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    01.11.2014
  • Snap happy
    Should visitors be allowed to take photographs in galleries or does it annoy other visitors and damage artefacts? Rebecca Atkinson reports
    Museums Journal
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    01.12.2012
  • The Museum of... Our pick of the UK's specialist collections
    Roman Britain in all its shapes and forms is at the heart of the Jewry Wall Museum in Leicester, writes Louise Gray
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    01.12.2012
  • Ace relations
    Forgotten and unloved or supported and understood - how are museums faring under their new master, Arts Council England? Geraldine Kendall reports
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    01.12.2012
  • Artistic endeavour
    Alex Farquharson tells Simon Stephens why an exhibition about Haitian art is the kind of ambitious programming that Nottingham Contemporary brings to the East Midlands
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    01.12.2012