National Museum of Rural Life and the Royal Highland Show
Each year the Museum of Rural Life (part of the National Museums Scotland) develops a temporary exhibition to be displayed at the Royal Highland Show. This document, by Curator Elaine Edwards in 2008, details some of the planning, experiences and benefits of staging such temporary exhibitions.
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