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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
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    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
  • Going, going, gone…
    Stratospheric prices paid at auction for contemporary works signal a boom in the market and a downturn in purchases for cash strapped museums. Gareth Harris assesses the state of the art market
    Museums Journal
    Features
    October 2008
  • Cultural capital
    Oil-rich Middle Eastern countries are making a splash by pouring money into cultural projects. Sharon Heal looks at the impact of this frenetic period of museum building
    Museums Journal
    Features
    October 2008
  • Friends or foes?
    Friends groups can provide much-needed support, fundraising and community-bridge building, but when the relationship with museums breaks down, they can stand in the way of progress. Debbie Ward reports
    Museums Journal
    Features
    October 2008
  • Good vibrations
    Malcolm McLaren at the Royal Academy, Nick Cave at Tate Britain or Duran Duran at the Louvre might sound like odd matches, but museums are seen as hip venues for musicians to play, while giving the hosts a chance to attract a younger audience. By Patrick Steel
    Museums Journal
    Features
    October 2008
  • In the mix
    Venues that combine cultural activities with commercial units and residential properties are on the increase, but what are the benefits for local communities and the arts? Scott Billings reports
    Museums Journal
    Features
    October 2008
  • International exchange
    Whether it's a terracotta army from China or priceless European artworks, establishing links with museums overseas can result in cultural exchanges that benefit both countries. Bob Chaudy looks at how these international links can work
    Museums Journal
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    October 2008
  • Labour of love
    Simon Stephens meets a very busy Nicholas Penny, who hasn't stopped since returning to the National Gallery as its director earlier this year
    Museums Journal
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    October 2008
  • The Museum of…Our pick of the UK's specialist collections: October 2008
    Gods of war, altars and sculptures are the stellar attractions at Senhouse Roman Museum in Cumbria, writes Louise Gray
    Museums Journal
    Features
    October 2008
  • Best in show
    Star-shaped watch, c.1630, by clockmaker David Ramsay Worshipful Company of Clockmakers’ Collection, Science Museum, London George White
    Museums Journal
    Features
    0111.2015