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curator

Law chiefly Scots a guardian of a minor, mentally ill person, etc.
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Curators may also help visitors to interpret and enjoy exhibits and collections, manage budgets and organise publicity and fundraising.
Joined the ROM as assistant curator in 1954, earned his PhD from Harvard in 1957, and was appointed curator of the ROM's Department of Palaeontology in 1966.
The curator demonstrates that on the subject of scholarship, he still doesn't get it.
9 Gallery), Simon Lutley (artist), Martin Ellis (Applied Art Curator BMAG)
Agha Zahid, said that the aim and objective of the Preliminary Curator Course is to train the Head Curators, Curators and Ground Staff to prepare and ready pitches and outfield according to the modern cricket requirement.
The deadline for submissions for the artists and curators is September 16, 2012.
The 100 curators selected for the Saatchi Online project by Rebecca Wilson, Director of the Saatchi Gallery, London and Board Member of Saatchi Online, represent the world's most prestigious museums and galleries.
The curators were each asked to select projects they thought best reflected future thinking in today's society.
Following the overwhelming response to the first-ever Abraaj Capital Art Prize, it's clear that we have set a precedent by recognizing the importance of the artist and curator working together in collaboration from the very early stages of a project.
The biggest difference between then and now is now the city embraces the zoo,'' said Bob Barnes, the zoo's curator of records at the zoo, hired a year after it opened.
Specific questions pertaining to the casting process would be referred to the art curator rather than the president, given the level of detail required.
An informative introduction by Michael Gunn (Associate Curator for Oceanic Arts, Saint Louis Art Museum) places these showcase works within their historical and cultural context.