Museums 2000 : politics, people, professionals, and profit ; [proceedings of a Museums Association conference held in London, May 1989, celebrating the Association's centenary] (Book, 1994) [WorldCat.org]
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Museums 2000 : politics, people, professionals, and profit ; [proceedings of a Museums Association conference held in London, May 1989, celebrating the Association's centenary]

Author: Patrick John Boylan
Publisher: London : Museums Association in conjunction with Routledge, 1994.
Series: Heritage.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : ReprintedView all editions and formats
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The result of a debate organized by the Museums Association in 1989, between some of the world's leading museum professionals, active politicians, economists and marketing specialists, looking at  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patrick John Boylan
ISBN: 0415054559 9780415054553 0415071291 9780415071291
OCLC Number: 258409345
Description: vii, 203 Seiten ; 24 cm.
Contents: Contributors include: Dr. Saraj Ghose, Director General, National Council of Science Museums, India; Frans Verbaas, Director Museum Year Pass, The Netherlands; Dr. Tomislav Sola, Museum Studies Centre, Zagreb, Yugoslavia; Dr. Neil Cossons, Director, The Science Museum, London; Paul Perrot, Director of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, USA; Eric Moody, City University, London, ; Dr. Donald Horne, Council of Australia; Lorena San Roman, General Director, National Museum of Costa Rica
Series Title: Heritage.
Responsibility: ed. by Patrick J. Boylan.

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`..at times profound, passionate, provocative...should be read by everyone interested in the future of museums.' - ARTnews

 
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