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  • Does levying an entrance fee always pay off for museums?
    A number of regional museums and galleries have recently introduced admission charges, often as a response to cuts in their public funding. But what are the downsides to abandoning the principle of free entry? Geraldine Kendall Adams investigates
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.03.2019
  • Five institutions join forces to support Cairo museum
    The British Museum is one of five organisations taking part in EU-funded project looking at new approaches to interpretation, display and marketing. By Caroline Parry
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.03.2019
  • Rebranded NLHF ushers in a new era for heritage sector
    Organisation’s five-year strategy features a simplified funding portfolio and plans to devolve decision-making. By Rob Sharp
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.03.2019
  • Anxiety deepens over risk of no-deal Brexit
    Cultural institutions express concerns over funding, staffing and the impact on the communities they serve. Rob Sharp reports
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.03.2019
  • Civic museums facing crisis
    As the government’s spending package reveals a £3.1bn gap for councils, museum funded by local authorities are looking at new ways of working. By Caroline Parry
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.03.2019
  • Community group support programme hailed a success
    Lancashire County Council’s Waving Not Drowning initiative has helped to secure the future of two of the three museums it was funded to support. By Caroline Parry
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.02.2019
  • Sector embraces wellbeing
    Report finds that since the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act was passed in 2015, museums in Wales have become more innovative and collaborative. By Caroline Parry 
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.02.2019
  • Museums and galleries focusing more on research
    The British Museum has opened a Latin America research centre, while collaborations with universities are rising. By Rob Sharp 
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.02.2019
  • Art Fund Prize reveals shortlist
    Five contenders for the Museum of the Year award have undergone transformations of either their sites or audiences over the past 12 months
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.06.2016
  • BM trains Iraqi heritage experts
    A government-backed scheme is attempting to protect cultural sites from the damage caused by war
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.06.2016
  • ‘Don’t use evaluation of your work purely to seek funding’
    Report by the Cultural Value Project says a wider use of evaluation would allow the sector to better serve audiences
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.06.2016
  • Tate hopes for capital gains
    With a £260m Tate Modern extension opening this month, a redevelopment at Tate St Ives and new directors at two sites, it is all change for the organisation
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.06.2016
  • Museums and their staff are paying the price of low wages
    The government’s introduction of the National Living Wage might give low-paid staff a 50p per hour increase, but local authorities that have been hit by huge budget cuts are having to increase entry charges to cover the additional costs
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.06.2016
  • HLF invests in the future
    New strategic framework introduces several pioneering changes
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.09.2012