Museums 2000: Politics, People, Professionals and Profit by Patrick BoylanMuseums 2000: Politics, People, Professionals and Profit by Patrick Boylan

Museums 2000: Politics, People, Professionals and Profit

EditorPatrick Boylan, Patrick International Committee Of Museums, International Commit

Paperback | May 21, 1992

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Museum and art galleries have never been so much in the news as they have been over the past decade. Yet public focus at both professional and non-specialist levels has been remarkable for what has been accidentally or deliberatley left out of recent debates. Moving beyond the narrow issues of professional practice,Museums 2000probes the political, economic and cultural realities which affect museums today. Because the contributos are drawn from the museum profession and the wider political, academic and business community worldwide, the book is truly international, reflecting the issues which affect all museums.
Title:Museums 2000: Politics, People, Professionals and ProfitFormat:PaperbackDimensions:212 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.5 inPublished:May 21, 1992Publisher:Taylor and Francis

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0415071291

ISBN - 13:9780415071291

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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

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Museums and art galleries have never been so much in the news as over the past decade. Museums 2000 probes instead the political, economic an cultural realities which affect museums today.