Filed under: Lindow Man Exhibition, Reviews | Tags: Creating Engaging Displays, Lindow Man, Lindow Man visitors, manchester museum body lindow, Museum Practice
The December issue of the Museums Journal looks at some of the highs and lows of 2008. Apparently among all the offerings from the big nationals two exhibitions in less high-profile museums stand out. One is Lindow Man at the Manchester Museum, which the reviewer said “gave a real sense that this is a community museum and that the community is engaged in truly public history.” Incidentally the other exhibition is Helmand: the Soldiers Story at the National Army Museum. It’s on page 22 if you want to have a look.
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