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  • Digging deep
    Simon Stephens meets Sharon Webb to hear about the challenges of running an archaeology museum in a remote area of Scotland
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.09.2012
  • Best in show
    Inflammatory Essays, (1979), by Jenny Holzer, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.09.2012
  • The Museum of... Our pick of the UK's specialist collections
    Rebecca Atkinson hears how the National Trust brings to life the home of a former Liverpool portrait photographer
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.09.2012
  • Positive actions
    As the Museums Association's Diversify project comes to an end, Geraldine Kendall talks to those involved in the initiative to gauge its success in broadening workforce diversity
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.09.2012
  • Festival fever
    Biennials are now a vital part of the international contemporary art scene, but is it time for the format to be reinvented for the 21st century, asks Simon Stephens
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.09.2012
  • Review of the decade
    Sharon Heal looks back over the past ten years at the people, places and policies that made the headlines. Additional research by Geraldine Kendall
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.12.2009
  • The Museum of... Our pick of the UK's specialist collections

    Charlotte Brontë liked the Red House so much, she put it in a novel. Now its museum picks up the story, writes Louise Gray

    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.12.2009
  • Growth plan
    The Eden Project will celebrate its tenth anniversary next year, but chief executive Tim Smit is looking forward not backwards.
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.12.2009
  • Mutual benefits
    The recession has led to lots of people looking for volunteering opportunities, but do museums have the capacity to help them, asks Deborah Mulhearn
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.12.2009
  • Buying power
    Funding programmes to get museums acquiring again are helping to revitalise collections, writes Julie Nightingale
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.12.2009
  • Taking a stand
    Richard Sandell is a reluctant academic, but as the deputy director of museum studies at Leicester he can follow his passion for teaching and social inclusion, writes Felicity Heywood
    Museums Journal
    Features
    April 2006
  • Possession order
    The looting of archaeological sites, the illegal trade in antiquities and a rise in demands for the return of art stolen during the Nazi era have all made provenance a hot topic for museums. Tom Flynn reports
    Museums Journal
    Features
    April 2006
  • I'm a celebrity: get me an audio tour
    Getting celebrities to narrate audio tours has been controversial ever since they were first used in the 60s. Loic Tallon follows the history of star turns in museums
    Museums Journal
    Features
    April 2006
  • It's a hard job
    The museum sector has been slowly tackling the workforce issues it faces, but entry-level recruitment remains a problem. Julie Nightingale finds out what is being done to change this
    Museums Journal
    Features
    April 2006
  • Kingdom come
    The 200th anniversary of Brunel's birth has inspired everything from a new beer to major exhibitions about his engineering feats. Louise Bishop finds out how museums have played a central role in the celebrations
    Museums Journal
    Features
    April 2006
  • Avoiding the tourism trap
    Corinna Lotz on how a small museum foundation is fighting to protect the Spanish island of Lanzarote from the demands of mass tourism
    Museums Journal
    Features
    April 2006