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Title: Instrumental Museum and Galley policy in Scotland


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Instrumental Museum and Galley policy in Scotland
  • Devolution - All Change?

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  • Roots of instrumental museum and gallery policy
    in Scotland
  • Local delivery infrastructure over 340 museums
    from Wick to Kelso, 162 independent trusts.
  • People are passionate about their heritage often
    becoming an expression of local and community
    identity.
  • Museums are as prolific in rural as they are in
    urban contexts. Contributing to a national
    identity based on citizenship rather than
    ethnicity.

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  • The founding of a museum often involves the
    fervour of the collector and the enabling factor
    of the instrumental outcomes that have been
    associated with museums.
  • Museums have traditionally been perceived to be
    somehow good for you. They are trusted brand
    often associated with educational value, and
    custodians of knowledge.

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  • They have been established with instrumental
    reasons for example the Victorian legacy of civic
    pride such as Kelvingrove in Glasgow and MacManus
    in Dundee.
  • More recently the industrial museums associated
    with regeneration in declining areas for example
    the Scottish Mining Museum.
  • An integrated approach through cultural planning
    where cultural development is in a key position
    to impact in many ways Shetland

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  • Instrumental policy in the political and
    intellectual landscape
  • Pre devolution as would be expected Scottish
    cultural policy was aligned with the rest of the
    UK. Factors influencing museum provision were
    centred around the registration scheme.
  • Arguably one event did raise the political
    profile of museums and that was their pivotal
    role in Glasgow's year as capital of culture.

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  • Post devolution culture has had a high profile on
    the political landscape, and this has translated
    in to some gradual and incremental changes of
    perception not all of it focused on instrumental
    value.
  • In policy terms the launch of the Recognition
    scheme, which acknowledges the concept of a
    distributed national collection not owned by the
    national institutions but which can be funded
    from central government, is a fundamental policy
    shift. It brings all museums into the scope of
    government policy.

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  • Devolution policy timeline 1999- 2007
  • A National Cultural Strategy 2000
  • National Audit 2002
  • Action framework 2003
  • Strategic Change Fund and RDCF 2002 2008
  • St Andrews Day Speech 2003
  • Cultural Commission 2004-2005
  • Scotlands Culture 2006
  • Culture Bill Consultation 2006-2007
  • Election of SNP 2007

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  • Culture as a universal right the practicalities
    of entitlement.
  • Community planning and cultural planning- the
    role of Local Authorities
  • Quality Assurance Frameworks and access to
    services
  • Evidence based policy making, if you collect it
    does it influence policy implementation?

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  • Impact of instrumental policy upon the management
    of museums and galleries.
  • Growing awareness of need to demonstrate
    instrumental outcomes to secure public funding.
  • Developing the skills and capacity to collect the
    evidence base
  • Self awareness of the impact of museums on
    individuals and communities.

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