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Law chiefly Scots a guardian of a minor, mentally ill person, etc.
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All powers previously vested in the board of directors of FIS have now been given to Leech until 16 January 2013 when the company will have to show cause to the court why it should not continue to be under curatorship.
The formation and impact of museum clusters: two case studies in Taiwan, Museum Management and Curatorship 25(1): 69-85.
However the Library has made strides in building national infrastructure for music by placing music at the forefront of its challenges and developments in the digital realm, while supporting specialist curatorship, collecting, cataloguing, communities and users.
Such thinking has spread beyond the academy to infect also criticism and curatorship.
Ground Level: Curatorial Open II at Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum looks at the cartographer's art and is the second in a series of Hayward touring exhibitions put together to show innovative curatorship.
After the considerable effort made in the conception, curatorship, and production of the exhibit, the CCPLM, with the OAS and the IDB, has expressed its intention of placing the collection at the disposal of other member countries.
Are the organisers open to joint curatorship or the sharing of the curatorial role between several individuals from different continents?
Mostly variants on aircraft, watercraft, and robots, these devices coalesced under Cai's curatorship into a fanciful installation evoking a mythological dreamscape of swooping dragons, swarming dragon-flies, and fleeting fish.
lt;<The Canadian Museum Association Research Summit: A Report >>, Museum Management and Curatorship 20: 349-358.
There is no way to know if it will work unless you try (back to the lab metaphor), keeping in mind that a respectful and ethical dimension to curatorship (likewise for historians and scientists) is essential.
It is spacious, well-lit and pristine under the curatorship of Shahana Rajani, a young graduate of Art History from Cambridge University.