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  • Should museums invest in LED lighting?
    Museum Practice examines new approaches to lighting
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Is now the time to invest in LED lighting?
    LEDs are said to offer high-quality, energy-efficient lighting to museums. But is this relatively new technology up to scratch and when should museums jump on the bandwagon?
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Case study: curatorial lighting
    Lighting was used to challenge preconceptions of the dark ages in the V&A’s Medieval and Renaissance Galleries
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Case study: daylighting
    Stephen Cannon-Brookes explains how climate-based daylight modelling helped to facilitate the maximum use of daylight in the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • New advances in daylighting
    Museums are taking a renewed interest in allowing natural light into galleries. Stephen Cannon-Brookes looks at advances in predicting daylight levels
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Case study: light-sensitive displays
    The recently reopened Museum of the Order of St John used lighting specialists to create atmospheric galleries housing light-sensitive objects
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Have your say on lighting
    Should museums invest in LED lighting? Does the energy-efficiency argument outweigh concerns about colour quality? Join the debate...
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Further resources: lighting
    Links to other articles on lighting and to relevant external websites
    Museum Practice
    17.01.2011
  • Lighting
    Museum Practice
  • Have your say on smarter working practices
    What is your museum doing to help staff work better together and make the most of everyone's potential?
    Museum Practice
    15.04.2010
  • Evaluating interactive art exhibitions
    Clare Gittings, the NPG's education officer, says the process of evaluating an interactive art exhibition was as useful as the results
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Going Interactive
    Going Interactive, Sue Wilkinson and John Yorath, 1996, 142pp plus training materials, loose-leaf in binder, £45 (incl p&p), SEARCH, Hampshire County Council, 50 Clarence Road, Gosport, Hampshire PO12 1BU
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Standards in the Museum Care of Photographic Collections
    Standards in the Museum Care of Photographic Collections, Museums & Galleries Commission, 1996, 76pp, ISBN 0 948630 42 6, £16, Museums & Galleries Commission, Publication Sales, 16 Queen Anne's Gate, London SW1H 9AA
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Learning on Location
    Learning on Location, Elizabeth Newbery, June 1996, 32pp,
    ISBN 0 9526342 28, £9.95 plus £1,postage and packing, Newbery and England, 46 Lyndhurst Road, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 2LE
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Exploring portraits
    Making Faces is an education-led travelling exhibition that encourages visitors to explore portraiture by putting themselves in the shoes of both artist and sitter through interactive displays and drama
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Multimedia and the small museum
    A touch-screen multimedia display at the new Haverfordwest Town Museum uses a rich archive of photographs to enhance the museum's displays
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Showcasing architecture
    The architect Eva Jiricna has designed innovative and highly engineered showcases to display the Sir John Soane Museum's architectural drawings collection
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Touching sculpture
    Sculptures will be damaged by touch but Jo Digger, the keeper of fine art, Walsall Art Gallery, says coating bronze and marble with a conservation approved patina allows the visitors to explore sculpture through touch
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Improving security and conservation in a historic building
    Conservation and security staff worked together at the historic Royal Pavilion in Brighton using risk assessments, building surveys and visual inspections to identify areas that needed improvement
    Museum Practice
    November 1996
  • Fumigation using nitrogen
    Hampshire County Museums Service used nitrogen gas to fumigate objects, a low-cost, non-toxic method first developed by the Getty Conservation Institute
    Museum Practice
    November 1996