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  • International opening | Bauhaus Museum, Weimar
    Rebecca Swirsky explores the centrepiece of the iconic German art and design school’s centenary celebrations 
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    03.06.2019
  • Making waves
    Eleanor Mills talks to Dominic Tweddle, the director-general of the National Museum of the Royal Navy
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    03.06.2019
  • Migration stories
    Patrick Kelly on how museums and galleries are acknowledging the huge impact of migration
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    03.06.2019
  • Kicking the habitat
    The world’s leading scientists are warning that urgent action is needed to address biodiversity loss. Miles Rowland finds out how museums are helping to address this crisis
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    03.06.2019
  • Best in show | Queen Alexandra birdwing butterfly
    Natural History Museum, Tring
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    01.06.2019
  • Trendswatch | Baby boom
    Catherine Kennedy learns that by starting visitors young, museums are establishing lifelong connections
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    01.06.2019
  • Museum of… The Cromwell Museum, Cambridgeshire
    Miles Rowland visits the former lord protector’s grammar school
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    01.06.2019
  • Best in show: Falmouth Art Gallery
    Roses, Sophie Anderson, Falmouth Art Gallery
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    01.03.2014
  • Trendswatch: Can you kick start it?
    Geraldine Kendall hears how museums are using new crowdfunding platforms
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    01.03.2014
  • The museum of... The Brunel Museum
    Kasia Delgado on a museum that celebrates Britain's best-known engineer and his ground-breaking tunnel under the Thames
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    01.03.2014
  • Making a splash
    Adrian Jenkins tells Simon Stephens how he has taken the Bowes Museum from near-financial ruin to an organisation that is working with the Prado in Madrid
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    01.03.2014
  • International opening
    The recently developed Medieval Museum forms part of a new museum quarter in the historic centre of Waterford in the Republic of Ireland. By Simon Stephens
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    01.03.2014
  • Deep impact
    As the MA steps up its campaign to help museums have a greater impact on society, Geraldine Kendall hears how the sector has had a positive influence on people's lives
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    01.03.2014
  • Lest we forget
    Sites that help people remember and understand tragic events are complex places that are subject to much debate. Rebecca Atkinson reports
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    01.03.2014
  • Best in show
    Portrait of Brian Eno by Tom Phillips, 1984, Ipswich Art School
    Museums Journal
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    01.06.2011
  • The museum of... Our pick of the UK's specialist collections
    Clang, clang, clang went the trolley: there are rides for all at the Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft, says Louise Gray
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    01.06.2011
  • Going underground
    Not so long ago the National Mining Museum Scotland was limping along from crisis to crisis, but its new director Rowan Brown is looking to the future with confidence. Simon Stephens finds out why
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    01.06.2011
  • On your marks
    The Cultural Olympiad was a slow starter for many museums and galleries, but the projects are now gathering pace, as Varya Shaw reports
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    01.06.2011
  • Remote working
    Presenting contemporary art in rural areas is challenging but can lead to innovative work and strong connections with audiences, writes Simon Stephens
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    01.06.2011
  • 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
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    04.01.2011