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  • On my bookshelf: Lise Ward
    Creating Great Visitor Experiences: A Guidebook for Museums, Parks, Zoos, Gardens and Libraries, by Stephanie Weaver 
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    01.01.2019
  • Catalogue: Gainsborough and the Theatre
    Nina Harrison Leins on giving this book a dramatic flourish
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    Reviews
    01.01.2019
  • Editorial
    Let's stop papering over funding cracks
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    Comment
    01.01.2019
  • Political stalemate in Northern Ireland stalls museum projects
    Projects such as Derry-Londonderry’s maritime museum are in limbo because government cannot release funding. By Rob Sharp
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    News analysis
    01.01.2019
  • Funding news
    Script righter
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    News
    01.01.2019
  • Sector awaits result of National Gallery case
    Tribunal of the educators seeking to be recognised as staff has put the spotlight on working practices across the sector. By Rob Sharp
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    News
    01.01.2019
  • The policy column
    Power sharing
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    Comment
    01.01.2019
  • Wonder women
    Female scientists are starting to get the recognition they deserve in cultural spaces, with museums and galleries bringing their stories and achievements to the fore. By Deborah Mulhearn
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    Features
    01.01.2019
  • From the art
    Sharna Jackson, the new artistic director of Site Gallery in Sheffield, talks to Eleanor Mills about how she gets people so excited about art
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    Features
    01.01.2019
  • International opening: La Piscine, France
    An extension has allowed this museum, located in a stunning art-deco swimming pool, to better showcase its collection and heritage. By Geraldine Kendall Adams
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    Features
    01.01.2019
  • Museum of... Morpeth Chantry Bagpipe Museum, Northumberland
    John Holt explores an unusual venue that showcases the history and development of Northumbrian pipes
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    Features
    01.01.2019
  • We are the champions
    Social inclusion programmes, the leader of LGBTQ tours around a national institution and the children on a remote Scottish island who learned how to become the historians of the future are among the winners of the first Museums Change Lives awards. Celebrating the positive impact museums have on their audiences and communities, the prizes were handed out at the Museums Association conference in Belfast last November. John Holt talks to the winners about their work
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    01.01.2019
  • Bolton's Egypt, Bolton Museum and Art Gallery
    Campbell Price steps into the world of pharaohs, sphinxes and pyramids, and emerges impressed
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    01.01.2019
  • Charleston, Sussex
    The spirit of the Bloomsbury group, the former artist residents of this country house, has been kept alive in a major extension, says E-J Scott
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    01.01.2019
  • Endeavour Galleries, National Maritime Museum, London 
    Emma Shepley dives into new galleries featuring informative and engaging displays that cleverly integrate co-curated stories into the interpretation
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    01.01.2019
  • Moves
    The latest appointments in museums and galleries
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    People
    01.01.2019
  • Sector must play its part in tackling climate breakdown
    As governments drag their heels, museums are well placed to educate audiences in how averting a global crisis will benefit their everyday lives. But it will require stronger leadership, a coordinated approach and dedicated funding. By Geraldine Kendall Adams
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    News analysis
    01.01.2019
  • Trendswatch: Courting the Tudors
    Eleanor Mills travels back in time to discover how museums are revealing poignant connections between lives then and now
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    Features
    01.01.2019
  • Arts can play a major role in tackling social isolation
    The government’s new strategy for addressing loneliness highlights that engagement with creative practice can help people become more connected. Caroline Parry reports
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    News analysis
    01.01.2019