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  • Museums facing tough questions over sponsorship
    Several venues have been hit by negative publicity because of the corporate sponsors they have chosen to work with. Geraldine Kendall Adams talks to activists and museums about the increasingly contentious issue and how it might play out in the future
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.12.2018
  • World war one commemorations result in new ways of working
    The thousands of initiatives marking the centenary of the war have showcased new ways of working in partnership and engaging museum audiences. By Caroline Parry
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.12.2018
  • Accreditation update given seal of approval
    Updated version of industry standard introduces extended period of Accreditation and simplifies the process. Rob Sharp reports
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.12.2018
  • V&A hopes Here East will be the watershed for museum storage
    Facility will transform how the collection is experienced, reflecting improvements to storage facilities across the sector. By Rob Sharp
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.12.2018
  • So much for end of austerity
    The era of austerity may have been declared over, but the sector doubts the benefits will be felt for years, and still fears for the future of some museums. By Caroline Parry
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.12.2018
  • Organisations team up to put spotlight on collections at risk
    Arts Council England highlights threats to long-term sustainability of institutions from ongoing funding reductions. By Rob Sharp
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    02.11.2018
  • ‘Learn from outside sector’
    Education programmes need to be bolder and the sector needs to look beyond the usual suspects for new collaborations in order to be more socially impactful. By Caroline Parry
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    02.11.2018
  • Sector fails to regard Brexit as a cause for celebration
    The prime minister’s launch of the ‘festival of Brexit’ has been met with ambivalence from a culture sector angry that the government has ignored its concerns and terrified of the repercussions of leaving the EU without a deal. Geraldine Kendall Adams reports
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.11.2018
  • Cultural bodies look at new ways to address bullying
    National Portrait Gallery is first museum to launch Guardians scheme, which makes it easier for employees to talk about bullying and sexual harassment. By Caroline Parry
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.11.2018
  • Museums urged to value freelance staff
    Institutions should offer freelancers professional development and appropriate remuneration, and pay them on time. By Rob Sharp
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.11.2018
  • This is what happens when a museum suffers neglect
    The fire that devastated the National Museum of Brazil has led to outrage that the nation's cultural heritage has been neglected while huge amounts of money went to high-profile projects such as the 2016 Olympics. Geraldine Kendall Adams investigates
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.10.2018
  • Crunch time for Fusion as programme nears end
    Welsh project's partners hope funding will be renewed in March, as the initiative has broken down silos and fostered a holistic approach to arts and heritage
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.10.2018
  • The Scottish National Gallery. Photo: Keith Hunter
    Business as usual in Edinburgh
    Scottish capital continues to attract investment in its world-class arts and cultural facilities, but without the fanfare. By Caroline Parry

    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.10.2018
  • Museums from regions urge nationals to facilitate loans
    A more proactive approach, lower costs and the standardisation of terms and conditions would boost the loans market. By Rob Sharp
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.10.2018
  • A mixed picture for visitors
    London suffered a fall in visitor numbers for the third year running, but it's a different story in England's regions, with attendances and engagement up. By Caroline Parry
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.10.2018
  • Addressing the housing crisis
    As the issue of homelessness worsens, more museums are creating programmes and exhibitions about the problem. By Rob Sharp
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.09.2018
  • The grass isn’t necessarily greener for rural museums
    They may often be ahead of their urban counterparts when it comes to collaboration and community involvement, but rural museums often struggle to recruit staff, lack a voice with policy-makers and could be hit hard by Brexit. By Geraldine Kendall Adams
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.09.2018
  • Jeremy Wright named seventh culture secretary in eight years
    Can the new culture secretary overcome a lack of continuity and advocate effectively on behalf of museums, asks Caroline Parry
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.09.2018
  • 'Respond to draft strategy'
    Museums urged to provide evidence of what political and financial support they need, in response to the draft Culture Strategy for Scotland. Caroline Parry reports
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.09.2018
  • It's time we took industrial action
    A report into the industrial heritage sector reveals funding problems and a skills deficit, and urges more collaboration and greater inclusivity. Geraldine Kendall Adams reports
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.07.2018