100 New Business Opportunities in One E Book: Looking Ahead 2017-2023
100 New Business Opportunities in One E Book: Looking Ahead 2017-2023
We are delighted to announce that our newest market research book - over five months in the making -  has now been published.  Its called "MuseumINSIDER Looking Ahead 2017-2023: Handbook of Future UK Museum and Heritage Projects."  Written by interpretive planning consultant... 
New Publication on the Horizon: Looking Ahead 2017-2023
New Publication on the Horizon: Looking Ahead 2017-2023
We are delighted to announce that our newest market research book - over five months in the making -  will be published later this month.  Its called "MuseumINSIDER Looking Ahead 2017-2023: Handbook of Future UK and Ireland Museum and Heritage Projects."  Written by interpretive... 
Looking Ahead Book Published: Profiles 121 New Projects for 2016-22
Looking Ahead Book Published: Profiles 121 New Projects for 2016-22
We are delighted to announce that our newest market research book - over five months in the making -  has now been published.  Its called "MuseumINSIDER Looking Ahead 2016-2022: Handbook of Future UK and Ireland Museum and Heritage Projects."  Written by interpretive... 
Introducing IN FOCUS: Outstanding Museum Projects in Europe
Introducing IN FOCUS: Outstanding Museum Projects in Europe
This month we're launching a new electronic publication called Museum Insider IN FOCUS.  Each issue will spotlight one outstanding recent project in Europe.  The first is devoted to the Horsens Prison Museum in Denmark, designed by Kvorning Design and Communication of... 
Introducing The Blue Book from MuseumINSIDER
Introducing The Blue Book from MuseumINSIDER
We've been talking to the procurement people at museums and heritage organisations over the past year, and they told us some fairly surprising things.  One of them was that it was difficult to find the right company with the appropriate experience to bid on their tenders. ... 
Handbook of 170 New Museum and Heritage Projects Published
Handbook of 170 New Museum and Heritage Projects Published
Looking to fill your sales pipeline?  Wondering if there are subcontracting opportunities for your company?  Looking to expand your company’s geographical reach? We have recently published a new, 378 page electronic book that could be just the product you are looking... 
New Life for Coventry Landmark
New Life for Coventry Landmark
Revitalisation Project for Coventry’s Old Grammar School The Coventry Transport Museum is using its expertise and local vision to revitalize the city’s Old Grammar School, a project that is on track to completion in April 2015. The Transport Museum holds the largest... 
Poet’s Home to be Attraction in Wales
Poet’s Home to be Attraction in Wales
Welsh World War One poet and soldier’s childhood home purchased for the nation Snowdonia National Park Authority and its partners have secured the family farm of Hedd Wynn, soldier and Wales’s most noted First World War poet. The homestead, 'Yr “Ysgwrn”', a Grade... 
Derry and its Guildhall Look to 2013
Derry and its Guildhall Look to 2013
In January 2009, Andy Burnham, the then Secretary of State for Culture, Media, and Sport, reflected on Liverpool’s year as 2008 European Capital of Culture by asking the following question: ‘How do we capture – on an on-going basis – the essence of Liverpool’s... 
A Cultural Face-lift for Weimar
A Cultural Face-lift for Weimar
The birthplace of Bauhaus For an institution that was in operation for only fourteen years, the Bauhaus school, founded by Walter Gropius, achieved a level and continuity of influence in staggering disproportion to its actual lifespan. Opened in 1919 and forced to close... 
Looking and Thinking Ahead: Libraries
Looking and Thinking Ahead: Libraries
The current trend for reducing council spending on arts and heritage has spread to the world of libraries. Two local authorities are currently seeking to contract out their entire library services, while others seek new ways of funding and managing their offering to residents.... 
Over 100 Leads in One Publication
Over 100 Leads in One Publication
We've recently published a new market research publication that will help you build your sales pipeline. Its called Museum [Insider] Looking Ahead: Handbook of Future Museum and Heritage Projects 2012 to 2017.  This informative, 256 page electronic book profiles over one... 
Is 2012 Really Only About Sport?
Is 2012 Really Only About Sport?
Are you more excited about the Olympics or the royal wedding? Everyone's talking about 2012. The schedule has been announced for the Olympic Games and the news on TV seems to be giving us almost daily updates on progress at the site in east London. It’s almost as if we’re... 
Christopher Brown Leads Honours for Museums
Christopher Brown Leads Honours for Museums
The 2011 New Year Honours List has been published, and figures in the museum and heritage sector are well represented, although no new Knights nor Dames were awarded in this particular list. Leading the group is Dr. Christopher Brown, Director of the Ashmolean Museum at... 
Japanese Architect Kengo Kuma to Design V&A Dundee
Japanese Architect Kengo Kuma to Design V&A Dundee
Japanese Architect Kengo Kuma's striking design for the V & A Dundee has been the unanimous winner of a Design Competition run by Dundee City Council. Kuma's landmark building will be sited at Craig Harbour on the banks of the River Tay in the Scottish city.  Scheduled... 
Cuts to Cultural Spending
Cuts to Cultural Spending
While the national museums have been told to save 15% on their annual budgets, the Department for Culture Media and Sport has been told to cut 41% from April 2011. Details are beginning to emerge about how the announcement yesterday by Chancellor, detailing the largest... 
Black Cultural Archive Gets Funding Green Light
Black Cultural Archive Gets Funding Green Light
Historic Building in Brixton Now Set to Become New Heritage Centre The Heritage Lottery Fund, together with the Mayor of London have announced funding worth more than £5 million to support the development of the Black Cultural Archives (BCA) in Brixton, south London. ... 
Quango Shake Up for Heritage Sector
Quango Shake Up for Heritage Sector
Yesterday the UK Government announced a major overhaul of all non-Governmental bodies. The heritage sector has taken some hits, but thankfully not as many as were predicted. The coalition has reviewed the contribution made to UK life and government by 679 quangos (quasi-autonomous... 


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