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Museum Marketing

This weeks blog follows students as they give us an insight into marketing an exhibition: ‘It was important for us to develop a marketing strategy so that we could attract as many people as possible to visit our exhibition, which … Continue reading

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2017: Scotland’s Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology

Museum Studies students tell us about their exhibition and how it links with the year of History, Heritage and Archaeology: ‘The Scottish Government has designated 2017 Scotland’s Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology, which lined up perfectly with the exhibition … Continue reading

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Object Loans

Last week’s blog was all about some of the Museum Studies class’s visit to the Gordon Highlanders Museum to view objects for a potential loan. This was a really valuable experience and they enjoyed the opportunity to look around the … Continue reading

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‘The Scottish Warrior’ at Gordon Highlanders Museum

Some students working on the upcoming exhibition at King’s Museum tell us about a trip to look at the collections at Gordon Highlanders Museum in Aberdeen: ‘At the end of March, Emily, Amanda, Miranda and Robert from the World War … Continue reading

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Museum Mounts Matter!

As their exhibition approaches, Museum Studies students have been learning more about the different ways to display objects and the many things to consider: ‘Object mounts are essential tools used to display objects and artefacts to their full potential when … Continue reading

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Black Watch Blog

Our Museum Studies students tell us about a recent research trip to the Black Watch Museum for their exhibition: ‘In March a group of students visited the Black Watch Museum in Perth to meet with Hope Busak, the curator of … Continue reading

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Interpreting ‘The Scottish Warrior’

Museum Studies students on the interpretation team tell us about their progress in writing interpretive panels for their upcoming exhibition ‘The Scottish Warrior’: ‘Welcome to our blog discussing what the interpretation and editing team have been up to while preparing … Continue reading

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