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Displaying posts with tag: "Museum"

How to Display an Acid Trip

The Danish town of Roskilde, approximately 30 minutes from Copenhagen, is home to the Roskilde Festival, one of the biggest music festivals in Europe drawing 130, 000...

The British Museum of Food: From Field to Table, Mouth...

I recently had the chance to visit the newly-opened British Museum of Food right next to culinary centre of London, Borough Market. BBC Radio recently ran a programme...

Smooth and Creative Video

The designers lot is a tough one. Their clients demand ever more iconic buildings, venues and interiors, while new technologies appear faster than you can say "new...

The Smithsonian reports 30 million “visits”...

Once again Smithsonian releases their year-end statistics, as they have since 2001. Since the Smithsonian museums are free, visit counts are not based on tickets...

The Met should not open up the “Black...

The Guardian newspaper in the UK reported this week on a proposal being made to the London Assembly that as one of a number of ways of plugging a A?500 million shortfall...

National Museum admission charges: time to think again?

By Keith Thomas, Petersham Group Meanwhile, in the UK, the issue of free admission for all those visiting the national museums in London and in Liverpool hit the...

Should National Museums allow Free Entry?

Related:  What is more important, recruitment or training? /  Smithsonian’s attendance tops record year and Tate outgrow galleries  /   Whisky...

Museums: Smithsonian’s attendance tops record...

By Tracy Kahaner, Director, Kahaner Research. Related:  January 2010: Smithsonian attendance rebounds /  March 2010: Museum attendance in San Francisco &...

So where are the serpents? Newsletters and missing...

I guess the key question is how often? The car park at Heathrow Airport send an update each month, which is not so bad and does the job as (correct me if I am wrong) not...
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