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  • Can I really be a mentor?
    Applying to the Mentoring for All scheme
    Museums Association
    Comment
    21.08.2017
  • After Charlottesville
    Museums are trusted places where difficult histories can be discussed
    Museums Association
    Comment
    21.08.2017
  • Trusted partner
    In support of the National Trust's Prejudice and Pride programme
    Museums Association
    Comment
    08.08.2017
  • A new standard
    How to improve museum Accreditation
    Museums Association
    Comment
    02.08.2017
  • The useful museum
    Can museums both engage people and improve their lives?
    Museums Association
    Comment
    31.07.2012
  • In praise of the gallery invigilator
    Invigilators guide visitors to more than the loo, says Kenn Taylor, this key role engages with art and audiences in equal measure
    Museums Association
    Comment
    30.07.2012
  • The Audience Agency: open for business
    England's new national audience development body is a mix of supermarket and vintage boutique, says CEO Anne Torreggiani
    Museums Association
    Comment
    25.07.2012
  • The future is now
     Museums 2020 consultation: help us shape the future
    Museums Association
    Comment
    25.07.2012
  • Practical professionals
    The future of museums from Google Glasses to growing veg
    Museums Association
    Comment
    17.07.2012
  • Culture matters
    Why we should resist councils that want to sell our heritage
    Museums Association
    Comment
    17.07.2012
  • Whither DCMS?
    How Hunt's troubles may impact on the department
    Museums Association
    Comment
    10.07.2012
  • DCMS: making the case for the defence
    Despite rumours of a chop, arguments in favour of a department for culture are stronger now than ever, says John Holden
    Museums Association
    Comment
    10.07.2012
  • Crisis, what crisis?
    An optimistic view
    Museums Association
    Comment
    03.07.2012
  • Do we need specialist curators?
    Can knowledge survive when specialists leave?
    Museums Association
    Comment
    03.07.2012
  • Censorial or sensible?
    Privacy, sexuality and politics at the Jewish Museum
    Museums Association
    Comment
    02.07.2012
  • Re-imagining museums
    Why the Google Art Project is important for museums
    Museums Association
    Comment
    30.05.2012
  • Flog it?
    How to sell it right
    Museums Association
    Comment
    22.05.2012
  • What next?
    Focus on impact, not collections or buildings
    Museums Association
    Comment
    15.05.2012
  • Future fundraising in arts and culture - how can we digitise the Perspex box?
    Could digital funding offer new life to organisations left out in the cold after a winter of cuts? William Makower talks mobile
    Museums Association
    Comment
    15.05.2012
  • Capital, capital: the arts council and the art of economic rebalancing
    The way the arts council distributes its funding shows a real bias in favour of London and big organisations
    Museums Association
    Comment
    15.05.2012