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Scare attractions: Fatal attraction
2009 issue 3
The scare attractions industry is now such big business that it has its own convention. As well as getting advice and discovering the latest offer, operators can learn how to make a killing

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Product special: Fun kit
2009 issue 3
Products designed purely for attractions

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Profile: Chris Rapley
2009 issue 3
The director of the Science Museum details the building’s £100m modernisation, centenary celebrations and how he intends to make the museum a part of every school child’s life

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Talking point: When and how am I going to get paid?
2009 issue 3
We speak to the experts about the difficulties of getting paid for work at development hot spots

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Family matters: Teddy boys
2009 issue 3
Drawing from 100 years of experience running amusement parks, the Lund family have turned the bankrupt Kongeparken into a success

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Planetariums: A star is born
2009 issue 3
The newly released We Are Astronomers show has received rave reviews. The creative team behind the experience reveal how they created the effects

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Product special: Museum kit
2009 issue 3
A look at products for museums

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Multimedia & av: Brewing up fun
2009 issue 2
BRC’s Greg Lombardo takes us behind the scenes of the newly-redesigned, multimedia-heavy Heineken Experience, and we round up the latest visitor attraction multimedia and AV news

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Ticketing: Tackling ticketing
2009 issue 2
In a series of case studies, we look at the ticketing solutions provided for seven different visitor attractions

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Product special: Museum kit
2009 issue 2
A look at products for museums

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Planetariums: Beyond the stars
BY Andrea Jezovit | 2009 issue 2
Some planetariums have been getting creative to build on the way their facilities are used and attract new types of visitors. Andrea Jezovit investigates

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Top team: Touching the past
BY Kath Hudson | 2009 issue 2
Kath Hudson speaks to the team behind the upcoming £12m Welsh geneaology attraction, set to launch in 2010

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Odd job: Another dimension
2009 issue 2
Artist and animator J. Walt Adamcyzk paints virtual worlds on planetarium domes as part of his Spontaneous Fantasia performances

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Eco design: Building gone green
2009 issue 2
We look at four recent sustainably designed visitor attraction projects to find out the benefits of going green

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Talking point: Should museums be more accessible to children?
2009 issue 2
We ask the experts whether museums are making the effort for children – and if not, how they can improve

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Education: Seeing is believing
2009 issue 2
A conversation with Colly Mudie, coordinator of the University of Leceister’s study on how museum visits impact school students and their grades

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Giant screens: Going large
BY James Hyder | 2009 issue 2
With new film screenings and discussion of issues from digital projection to dome theatres, the 2009 GSCA Film Expo was an important event for the giant screens industry. James Hyder visited

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Attractions design: Forrec
2009 issue 2
Dave Eagleson talks to us about design philosophies and one of the firm’s latest projects, Nickelodeon Universe

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Mystery shopper: Art gallery of Ontario
BY Caroline Wilkinson | 2009 issue 2
Frank Gehry’s new design has transformed the building into an iconic structure. Caroline Wilkinson visits to find out how it rates for gallery-goers

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Profile: Sandy Nairne
2009 issue 2
The National Portrait Gallery has been praised in a recent review by the UK’s Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Director Sandy Nairne talks about how the gallery has achieved its success

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Red Raion Showreel 2019
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FEATURES
735 to 755 of 792 features
Scare attractions: Fatal attraction
2009 issue 3
The scare attractions industry is now such big business that it has its own convention. As well as getting advice and discovering the latest offer, operators can learn how to make a killing

View on turning pages
Product special: Fun kit
2009 issue 3
Products designed purely for attractions

View on turning pages
Profile: Chris Rapley
2009 issue 3
The director of the Science Museum details the building’s £100m modernisation, centenary celebrations and how he intends to make the museum a part of every school child’s life

View on turning pages
Talking point: When and how am I going to get paid?
2009 issue 3
We speak to the experts about the difficulties of getting paid for work at development hot spots

View on turning pages
Family matters: Teddy boys
2009 issue 3
Drawing from 100 years of experience running amusement parks, the Lund family have turned the bankrupt Kongeparken into a success

View on turning pages
Planetariums: A star is born
2009 issue 3
The newly released We Are Astronomers show has received rave reviews. The creative team behind the experience reveal how they created the effects

View on turning pages
Product special: Museum kit
2009 issue 3
A look at products for museums

View on turning pages
Multimedia & av: Brewing up fun
2009 issue 2
BRC’s Greg Lombardo takes us behind the scenes of the newly-redesigned, multimedia-heavy Heineken Experience, and we round up the latest visitor attraction multimedia and AV news

View on turning pages
Ticketing: Tackling ticketing
2009 issue 2
In a series of case studies, we look at the ticketing solutions provided for seven different visitor attractions

View on turning pages
Product special: Museum kit
2009 issue 2
A look at products for museums

View on turning pages
Planetariums: Beyond the stars
BY Andrea Jezovit | 2009 issue 2
Some planetariums have been getting creative to build on the way their facilities are used and attract new types of visitors. Andrea Jezovit investigates

View on turning pages
Top team: Touching the past
BY Kath Hudson | 2009 issue 2
Kath Hudson speaks to the team behind the upcoming £12m Welsh geneaology attraction, set to launch in 2010

View on turning pages
Odd job: Another dimension
2009 issue 2
Artist and animator J. Walt Adamcyzk paints virtual worlds on planetarium domes as part of his Spontaneous Fantasia performances

View on turning pages
Eco design: Building gone green
2009 issue 2
We look at four recent sustainably designed visitor attraction projects to find out the benefits of going green

View on turning pages
Talking point: Should museums be more accessible to children?
2009 issue 2
We ask the experts whether museums are making the effort for children – and if not, how they can improve

View on turning pages
Education: Seeing is believing
2009 issue 2
A conversation with Colly Mudie, coordinator of the University of Leceister’s study on how museum visits impact school students and their grades

View on turning pages
Giant screens: Going large
BY James Hyder | 2009 issue 2
With new film screenings and discussion of issues from digital projection to dome theatres, the 2009 GSCA Film Expo was an important event for the giant screens industry. James Hyder visited

View on turning pages
Attractions design: Forrec
2009 issue 2
Dave Eagleson talks to us about design philosophies and one of the firm’s latest projects, Nickelodeon Universe

View on turning pages
Mystery shopper: Art gallery of Ontario
BY Caroline Wilkinson | 2009 issue 2
Frank Gehry’s new design has transformed the building into an iconic structure. Caroline Wilkinson visits to find out how it rates for gallery-goers

View on turning pages
Profile: Sandy Nairne
2009 issue 2
The National Portrait Gallery has been praised in a recent review by the UK’s Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Director Sandy Nairne talks about how the gallery has achieved its success

View on turning pages
       
 


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