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  • Best in show
    The Dustman or The Lovers, 1934, by Stanley Spencer
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.09.2018
  • Trendswatch: Celebrity donations
    Objects belonging to well-known personalities are bringing some star power to museums, says Jonathan Knott
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.09.2018
  • Museum of… Scottish Submarine Centre, Helensburgh
    Louise Gray dives below the surface to discover this fledgling venue’s high-tech plans
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.09.2018
  • International opening: Nordic Museum, Seattle
    Eleanor Mills gets a flavour of the Scandinavian history and culture that is rooted in this US city
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.09.2018
  • Centre of excellence
    Eleanor Mills talks to Martin Clark, the director of Camden Arts Centre in London, about supporting artists
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.09.2018
  • Home truths
    As Hillsborough Castle opens to the public, Patrick Kelly looks at how Northern Ireland’s country houses are interpreting their fascinating but troubled history
    Museums Journal
    Features
    01.09.2018
  • Collector's collection
    Tim Knox's passion for collecting, architecture and display makes him well-suited to be the new director of Sir John Soane's Museum. By Felicity Heywood
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2005
  • Show and tell
    There is no point having rare objects and important collections if we don't have the knowledge to talk about them, says Mark Jones
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2005
  • Strapped for cash
    Acquiring new objects is the lifeblood of any museum. But with acquisition budgets cut to the bone, can collections continue to grow? By Jane Morris
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2005
  • Small Island
    After a disastrous start involving stormy weather and sinking furniture, the Pitcairn Island Museum opens to the public this summer. By Dea Birkett
    Museums Journal
    Features
    June 2005
  • Face value
    Sandra Kemp, the director of research at the Royal College of Art in London, talks to Matt Barnard about the relationship between art and science
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2004
  • Paradise on earth
    Heightened interest in Islamic art has led to a huge increase in the development of galleries and museums devoted to the subject. By Lucian Harris
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2004
  • Team games
    Online games built around museum collections can provide a shared learning experience for visitors and non-visitors alike. By Ilona Holland and Barbara Flagg
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2004
  • Squatters' rights
    The closure of an artists' squat in Paris has focused attention on the movement for publicly accessible, affordable spaces where alternative art can be created. By Roland Lloyd Parry
    Museums Journal
    Features
    December 2004
  • The fund manager
    Carole Souter tells Matt Barnard that the Heritage Lottery Fund's tenth anniversary celebrations are about letting the public and government know just how much it has achieved
    Museums Journal
    Features
    November 2004
  • Nature lovers
    We all prefer natural forms - so why don't museums use them to enhance their environments? By Christian Lachel
    Museums Journal
    Features
    November 2004
  • The light fantastic
    Light shows linking gothic cathedrals in England and France are helping illuminate a common heritage, says Anne McHardy
    Museums Journal
    Features
    November 2004
  • The missing links
    Corinna Lotz reports on a project that is trying to unravel the truth behind Goering's art collection
    Museums Journal
    Features
    November 2004
  • Flavour of the month
    The best projects from this year's Museums and Galleries Month have been chosen.
    Report by Kathryn Grant
    Museums Journal
    Features
    September 2004
  • The Ancient History man
    Irving Finkel is a world expert on cuneiform, Mesopotamia and board games. And thanks to the Queen of the Night tour, he is now firmly in the public eye. Matt Barnard reports
    Museums Journal
    Features
    September 2004