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  • Best in show
    Final Examination Area, 1957, by Feliks Topolski, Bank of England Museum, London
    Museums Journal
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    01.10.2018
  • Trendswatch: Walking tours
    Visitors can step into history as venues increasingly offer walks to broaden engagement, says Deborah Mulhearn
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    01.10.2018
  • Museum of… Garioch Heritage Centre, Aberdeenshire
    The history of rural Aberdeenshire and its people is brought alive by this site, says Geraldine Kendall Adams
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    01.10.2018
  • International opening: 14 Henrietta Street, Dublin
    The changing fortunes of this building, from wealthy family home to tenement, have been vividly brought to life, says Geraldine Kendall Adams
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    01.10.2018
  • Winds of change
    Paul Reid, the director of the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton, talks to Eleanor Mills about activism, history and how to make change happen
    Museums Journal
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    01.10.2018
  • Captive audiences
    Former prisons are proving to be a rich source of material for museums to tell stories of crime, punishment and justice, says Deborah Mulhearn
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    01.10.2018
  • Free radicals
    Rob Sharp finds museums across the country are doing their bit to promote the acts of radicalism and protest that have influenced local and national politics
    Museums Journal
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    01.10.2018
  • Best in show: Falmouth Art Gallery
    Roses, Sophie Anderson, Falmouth Art Gallery
    Museums Journal
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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
    Museums Journal
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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
    Museums Journal
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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
    Museums Journal
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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
  • The Museum of... Our pick of the UK's specialist collections
    Simon Stephens hears about the redevelopment of this iconic Christian site on the tiny island of Iona
    Museums Journal
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    01.09.2013
  • Making waves
    Mostyn's director Alfredo Cramerotti is working hard to ensure that his gallery has a presence on the international art scene, even though it’s located in a small seaside town in north Wales. By Simon Stephens

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    01.09.2013
  • Friends of the earth
    How should museums tackle environmental issues and engage the public on them? Geraldine Kendall finds out what the campaigners think
    Museums Journal
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    01.09.2013
  • Fighting talk
    Simon Stephens reports on efforts to make battlefield sites engaging and evocative places to visit
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    01.09.2013
  • 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
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    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
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    04.01.2011