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  • 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
  • Righting wrongs
    Ten years after the creation of the Spoliation Advisory Panel are museums any closer to returning Nazi loot to its rightful owners? By Juliana Gilling
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.04.2010
  • Shows must go on
    A squeeze on funding for temporary exhibitions could result in new approaches to working with collections, writes Helen Rees Leahy
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.04.2010
  • The Museum of... Our pick of the UK's specialist collections
    Louise Gray scrums down to hear how Twickenham's World Rugby Museum makes the sport exciting for its visitors
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.04.2010
  • Independence day
    Moving to trust status has not been painless, but two years on, Maggie Appleton is convinced it has been good for Luton's museums. By Simon Stephens.
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.04.2010
  • Life on earth
    Curators of natural science collections are hoping that the International Year of Biodiversity will raise the profile of their work with the public and museums. By Simon Stephens
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.04.2010
  • Contested history
    On the eve of the launch of an online archive of the Troubles, James Morrison asks how cultural organisations are dealing with the legacy of conflict in Northern Ireland
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2009
  • Show business
    In the second of two articles, our expert panel discuss the financial and environmental sustainability of temporary exhibitions.
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2009
  • Insider knowledge
    Louise Gray on how museums and galleries are using artists in residence programmes to gain new perspectives on their collections
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2009
  • Rich seams
    On the 25th anniversary of the miners' strike, Ceri Thompson, the curator of the Big Pit, has been looking back at an event that changed his life forever. By Simon Stephens
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2009
  • The Museum of…Our pick of the UK's specialist collections: June 2009
    Louise Gray hears how the D-Day Museum offers far more than just military hardware
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2009
  • A friend indeed
    Felicity Heywood meets Elizabeth Mackenzie, a passionate supporter of Friends of museums who is busier than ever in the Year of the Volunteer
    Museums Journal
    Features
    October 2005
  • City limits
    The extraordinary growth of urban living around the world over the past 100 years has led to a debate on how museums devoted to cities should develop. By Simon Stephens
    Museums Journal
    Features
    October 2005
  • Dead poet's society
    Museums in Scotland are preparing for an influx of visitors for the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns' birth in 2009. But will the collections and museums meet expectations, asks Andrew Burnet
    Museums Journal
    Features
    October 2005
  • Moving images
    Rinella Cere finds out how cinema museums are combining the popular culture of film with cinematographic heritage
    Museums Journal
    Features
    October 2005