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  • The Friends of Museums
    John Holt finds out how good neighbours become good Friends
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2017
  • Best in show
    The Baptism of Christ, 1667–68, Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, Dulwich Picture Gallery
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2013
  • The Museum of... Our pick of the UK's specialist collections
    Simon Stephens hears about a challenging project to conserve the remarkable London home of a Kenyan-born poet
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2013
  • London calling
    Sharon Ament has already made her mark at the Museum of London by stepping into the debate over Tower Hamlets Council’s controversial decision to sell a Henry Moore sculpture. Simon Stephens finds out what else she is planning
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2013
  • Strategic thinking
    Three of the four nations in the UK have a national museum strategy. Geraldine Kendall reports on how they are being implemented and what some of the pitfalls are
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2013
  • Facing extinction
    The increasing number of specialist curators losing their jobs is leaving orphaned collections that have no one to care for them. Deborah Mulhearn reports
    Museums Journal
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    01.04.2013
  • 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
  • Review of the year
    It's been an eventful 12 months for museums and galleries. Museums Journal looks at some of the highs and lows of 2008
    Museums Journal
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    December 2008
  • Brand and deliver
    Uniting a number of museums under a single corporate identity is not easy, but the benefits of having a strong brand make the task worthwhile, says Scott Billings
    Museums Journal
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    December 2008
  • Animal magic
    Taxidermy might appear to be a dying art, but a growing interest in the material world and the involvement of artists is giving it a new lease of life. By Patrick Kelly
    Museums Journal
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    December 2008
  • Labour gains
    Museums and galleries have been working hard on a plan to improve training and open up new routes to working in the sector. But will it work, asks Julie Nightingale
    Museums Journal
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    December 2008
  • Well chuffed
    It was Steve Davies's passion for railways that eventually led the former soldier to the helm of the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester, writes Simon Stephens.
    Museums Journal
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    December 2008
  • The Museum of…Our pick of the UK's specialist collections: December 2008
    Nene Valley Railway prides itself on a vast collection of engines as well as its very own Thomas, writes Louise Gray
    Museums Journal
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    December 2008
  • War and peace
    Conflict has been an important subject for museums for many years, but a new generation of curators are looking at fresh approaches to tackling war. By James Morrison
    Museums Journal
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    November 2008
  • Joining the Scots
    The Museum of Scotland made a bold architectural, political and cultural statement when it opened 10 years ago. Juliana Gilling looks at how it might develop in the future
    Museums Journal
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    November 2008
  • Reading matters
    Can museums and galleries hold their own in the competitive world of book publishing? By Sara Selwood
    Museums Journal
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    November 2008