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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
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    01.09.2012
  • Best in show
    Inflammatory Essays, (1979), by Jenny Holzer, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
    Museums Journal
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    01.09.2012
  • 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
    Museums Journal
    Features
    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
    Museums Journal
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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
    Museums Journal
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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
    Museums Journal
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    01.06.2011
  • The Museum of... Our pick of the UK's specialist collections
    Sited at the edge of a national park, the Museum of Dartmoor Life preserves access to the area's history, says Louise Gray
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.03.2011
  • Marching on
    Katy Archer tells Simon Stephens why the People's History Museum is worth fighting for
    Museums Journal
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    01.03.2011
  • Transfer window
    With money tight and space at a premium, many museums are thinking hard about disposing of objects. But how are they going about the great giveaway? John Holt reports
    Museums Journal
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    01.03.2011
  • Learned friends
    Partnerships between museums and universities are proving good ways to share expertise and access funding. By Julie Nightingale
    Museums Journal
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    01.03.2011
  • Lost in music
    Museums have often struggled to reflect the social and cultural significance of pop music, but this is changing. Deborah Mulhearn reports
    Museums Journal
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    01.03.2011
  • The young ones
    Felicity Heywood hears how Vaughan Allen and his youthful team are planning to turn around Urbis and make it the hip place to go in Manchester
    Museums Journal
    Features
    February 2007
  • Public relations
    In the last of three articles on disposal, Sharon Heal looks at how public perception and industry attitudes are changing, and what the future might hold
    Museums Journal
    Features
    February 2007
  • Food glorious food
    Museums in the Fens are hoping that a travelling exhibition about food, which will address everything from migrant workers to climate change, will help to raise their profile. By Simon Stephens
    Museums Journal
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    February 2007
  • Setting the scene
    Jane Insley on how dioramas have moved far beyond their roots in natural history displays to be used to explain everything from military battles to the history of science
    Museums Journal
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    February 2007
  • Cultural revolution
    The Pompidou Centre had a bold artistic remit when it opened in 1977, but on its 30th birthday has it become just another international cultural institution? By Roland Lloyd Parry
    Museums Journal
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    February 2007