curator

(redirected from Curators)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal.
Related to Curators: curatorship

curator

Law chiefly Scots a guardian of a minor, mentally ill person, etc.
References in periodicals archive ?
To be a museum curator you should have a keen interest in history and in your specialist area, good organisational and decisionmaking ability, accuracy for cataloguing objects, and computer skills.
He lauded Agha Zahid for imparting training to the Head Curator, Curators and Ground Staff of modern day facilities.
The deadline for submissions for the artists and curators is September 16, 2012.
The stamp of approval from these curators provides a tremendous benefit to both artists and collectors.
CELEBRITY CURATORS Lauren Laverne, left, and Jo Whiley, two of five celebrity curators of the smart urban stage and Future Mind Exhibition
DUBAI: Artists from around the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia (MENASA) have until the end of next month to submit applications for the second Abraaj Capital Art Prize in 2010, an award that aims to highlight the region's diverse culture and heritage by bringing together local artists and international curators.
Glenbow's art curator, Monique Westra, had a number of opportunities to address Arseneau's claims about authenticity in the media and to reaffirm Glenbow's good reputation.
In fact, MOCAB's curators have to deal not only with the everyday problems of running a stately but underfinanced museum but also with nationalists' growing influence on cultural policy.
in 1999 when hired from the Art Institute of Chicago, where he was curator of 20th-Century Painting and Sculpture.
And though they were named curators emeriti last year, they continue to commute to Chicago to work with the collection about four days a week.
ARCHIVISTS AND CURATORS The curiosity that killed the cat fuels careers for archivists and curators.