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  • Let there be light
    Jonathan Knott discovers the museums that have switched on to light shows
    Museums Journal
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    01.01.2017
  • Museum of...
    Louise Gray walks the thin blue line at a new museum dedicated to the City of London’s police
    Museums Journal
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    01.01.2017
  • International opening: Cité Internationale de la Tapisserie, Aubusson, France
    Nicola Sullivan meets Emmanuel Gérard, the head of a new museum on the tapestry heritage of central France
    Museums Journal
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    01.01.2017
  • In good spirits
    Eleanor Mills talks to Kevin Mason, the director of Bodelwyddan Castle Trust in north Wales, about making history you can step into
    Museums Journal
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    01.01.2017
  • Variety show
    Thembi Mutch discusses the importance of encouraging diversity in museums, particularly in the voices that are heard and the debates that take place. Illustration by Michael Driver
    Museums Journal
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    01.01.2017
  • Adapt or die
    Museums with natural history collections have been struggling to deal with the loss of curators with specialist scientific knowledge combined with the wider funding problems facing the sector. But life finds a way: by evolving strategies to cope with changing conditions, museums are forming partnerships with other organisations in order to engage the public. Jonathan Knott ventures deep into the undergrowth in search of a new breed of museum
    Museums Journal
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    01.01.2017
  • Best in show: Falmouth Art Gallery
    Roses, Sophie Anderson, Falmouth Art Gallery
    Museums Journal
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    01.03.2014
  • Trendswatch: Can you kick start it?
    Geraldine Kendall hears how museums are using new crowdfunding platforms
    Museums Journal
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    01.03.2014
  • The museum of... The Brunel Museum
    Kasia Delgado on a museum that celebrates Britain's best-known engineer and his ground-breaking tunnel under the Thames
    Museums Journal
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    01.03.2014
  • Making a splash
    Adrian Jenkins tells Simon Stephens how he has taken the Bowes Museum from near-financial ruin to an organisation that is working with the Prado in Madrid
    Museums Journal
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    01.03.2014
  • International opening
    The recently developed Medieval Museum forms part of a new museum quarter in the historic centre of Waterford in the Republic of Ireland. By Simon Stephens
    Museums Journal
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    01.03.2014
  • Deep impact
    As the MA steps up its campaign to help museums have a greater impact on society, Geraldine Kendall hears how the sector has had a positive influence on people's lives
    Museums Journal
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    01.03.2014
  • Lest we forget
    Sites that help people remember and understand tragic events are complex places that are subject to much debate. Rebecca Atkinson reports
    Museums Journal
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    01.03.2014
  • Light show
    As managing curator of Artist Rooms, Lucy Askew is bringing modern art to new audiences all over the UK. By Simon Stephens.
    Museums Journal
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    01.01.2010
  • Share issue
    Six senior curators on how they are passing on their knowledge to future generations. By James Morrison
    Museums Journal
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    01.01.2010
  • Learning questions
    The learning outside the classroom agenda is picking up pace, but are museums well placed to take advantage? Felicity Heywood reports
    Museums Journal
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    01.01.2010
  • People's choice
    A raft of new museum openings show how far social history has come in the past 60 years, writes Patrick Steel
    Museums Journal
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    01.01.2010
  • The Museum of... Our pick of the UK's specialist collections

    Destigmatising mental illness is at the centre of the Bethlem Royal Hospital Museum and Archive’s work, says Louise Gray

    Museums Journal
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    01.01.2010
  • Giving voice
    Yehudit Inbar has spent 11 years developing a new museum in Jerusalem that recounts the horrors of the Holocaust through the experiences of individual victims. Felicity Heywood meets her
    Museums Journal
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    December 2006
  • Selling point
    Selling lesser artworks to fund the purchase of better ones is common practice in the US. But could it happen in this country, asks Sharon Heal in the second of her three-part series on disposals
    Museums Journal
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    December 2006