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Museum Collections 2030

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By Museums Association / Posted on Monday 1st October 2018

The Museums Association (MA) has launched Collections 2030, a major new research project that seeks to understand the current state of museum collections in the UK, and – in collaboration with the sector – identify how to make the most of museum collections over the course of the next decade.

The MA has published a discussion paper and a series of research questions and is looking for responses from across the sector.

Following this consultation, a final paper with recommendations will be published.

The MA particularly welcomes institutional responses and would encourage museums to set up a meeting of relevant people within their museum or stakeholder group to discuss the questions and ideas in the discussion paper and formulate a joint response.

Respondents don’t have to work in a museum to participate. The MA welcomes submissions from freelancers, policy-makers, funders, communities, members of the public and other stakeholders. Please consider how your own experience of museums relates to the questions.

The deadline for submissions is 23 November.

Collections 2030: Discussion Paper

Collections 2030: Research Questions

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