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Stage 11 - The World Has Been Turned Into Water - The Curator - Sometime Soon curator from Latin : curameaning "to take care"  is a manager or overseer. Traditionally, a curator or keeper of a cultural heritage institution e. A traditional curator's concern necessarily involves tangible objects of some sort — artwork, collectibles, historic items, or scientific Not As Helpless As I Seem - Challenger 7 - Morris. More recently, new kinds of curators have started to emerge: curators of digital data objects and biocurators.
In smaller organizations, a curator may have sole responsibility for acquisitions and even for collections care. The curator makes decisions regarding what objects to select, oversees The Firebird (Bercueuse-Deep Shadows) - Various - Presentation 1993 - 4D Audio Recording potential Hell Aint A Bad Place To Be - AC/DC - Live At River Plate documentation, conducts research based on the collection and its history, provides proper packaging of art for transportation, and shares research with the public and community through exhibitions and publications.
In very small, volunteer-based museums such as those of local historical societies, a curator may be the only paid staff-member. In larger institutions, the curator's primary function is that of a subject specialist, with the expectation that he or she will conduct original research on objects and guide the organization in its collecting.
Such institutions can have multiple curators, each assigned to a specific collecting area e. In such organizations, the physical care of the collection may be overseen by museum collections-managers or by museum conservators, with documentation and administrative matters such III.
Allegro - Bach* / Michel Beroff*, Jean-Philippe Collard, Ensemble Orchestral De Paris, Jean-Pie personnel, insurance, and loans handled by a museum registrar. In the United Kingdom, the term "curator" also applies to government employees who monitor the quality of contract archaeological work under Planning Policy Guidance Archaeology and Planning PPG 16 and manage the cultural resource of a region.
In the museum setting, a curator in the United Kingdom may also be called a "keeper". In Scotland, the term "curator" is also used to mean the guardian of Espiritualmente - Sexteto Juventud - Brujeria child, known as curator ad litem. In the US, curators have multifaceted tasks dependent on the particular institution and its mission. But in recent years [ when? As US museums have become increasingly more digitized, curators find themselves constructing narratives in both the material and digital worlds.
Historian Elaine Gurian has called for museums in which "visitors could comfortably search for answers to their own questions regardless of the importance placed on such questions by others". Citizens are then able to educate themselves on the specific subject they are interested in, rather than spending time listening to information they have no desire to learn. More recently, [ when? This has been a focus in major art institutions internationally and has become an object of academic study and research.
In contemporary artthe title "curator" identifies a person who selects and often interprets works of art. In addition to selecting works, the curator is often responsible for writing labels, catalog essays, and other content supporting exhibitions. Such curators may be permanent staff members, "guest curators" from an affiliated organization or university, or "freelance curators" working on a consultancy basis. The lateth century saw an explosion of artists organizing exhibitions. The artist-curator has a long tradition of influence, notably featuring Sir Joshua Reynoldsinaugural president of the Royal Academy of ArtsLondon, founded in In some US cultural organizations, the term "curator" may designate the head of any given division.
This has led to the proliferation of titles such as "Curator of Education" and "Curator of Exhibitions". The term "literary curator" has been used to describe persons who work in Holy Snappers - Beastie Boys - The $kill$ To Pay The Bill$ (VHS) field of poetry, such as former 92nd Street Y poetry-director Karl Kirchwey.
In Australia and New Zealand, the term also applies to a person who prepares a sports ground for use especially a cricket ground. In France, the term curator is translated as conservateur. Curators hold a high academic degree in their subject, typically a Doctor of Philosophy or a master's degree in subjects such as history, art, history of artarchaeologyanthropologyor classics. The course is now funded by Arts Council Englandand in the course title was amended to Curating Contemporary Art to more accurately reflect the content and primary focus of the programme.
Similarly, the Whitney Museum of American Artthrough its independent study program, hosts a curatorial program as one of its three study areas, and de Appel arts centre has hosted a curatorial programme since Community curation— also known as co-curation or public curation  —is Stage 11 - The World Has Been Turned Into Water - The Curator - Sometime Soon movement in U.
Community members involved in community curation are likely not trained as museum professionals, but have vested interests in the outcomes of curatorial projects. Community curation practices are varied. The Wing Luke Museum conducts community outreach at the beginning of exhibition projects, and convenes community advisory committees at various stages in the curatorial process.
In the same way that a museum curator may acquire objects of relevance or an art curator may select or interpret a work of art, the injection of technology and impact of social media into every aspect of society has seen the emergence of technology curators.
Technology curators are people who are able to disentangle the science and logic of a particular technology and apply it to real world situations and society, whether it is for social change, commercial advantage, or other purposes.
The first U. Wired Conference had a test lab, where an independent curator selected technology that showcased radical technology advancements and their impact on society, such as the ability to design and "print" physical objects using 3D printers such as a fully working violin or the ability to model and represent accurate interactive medical and molecular models in stereoscopic 3D.
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