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1. a clergyman appointed to assist a parish priest
2. a clergyman who has the charge of a parish (curate-in-charge)
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The lecture questions numerous aspects such as the relation between curating an exhibition and collecting, whether or not a curatorial proposal constitutes in a way an ephemeral collection of private and public character does and vice versa and also whether or not a collection of artworks or books equal a unique and curated group of objects.
This deal between Degreed and Gibbon will give chief learning officers, training managers and instructional designers a more powerful and cost-effective toolkit for curating both informal learning and structured training experiences, the company said.
BEIRUT: The art history and curating programs at the American University of Beirut will benefit from "a major gift" made by alumnus and trustee Philippe Jabre.
Art historians and critics explore how exhibiting and curating related to the history of art in eastern Europe has functioned in the changed conditions after 1989, and how exhibiting and certain actual exhibition formats "reformatted" art history.
By curating apps for customers, chain drug stores position themselves to rapidly innovate and become further integrated into this expanding digital health ecosystem.
And how does contemporary curating not only reflect the way in which we see work, but also present artworks whose medium is virtual and web-based?
This was the period in which curating developed an extreme form of self-consciousness, with all of its main terms and definitions open to continual questioning, acutely echoing the fractious disputes in the art world as a whole over such basic concepts as "art" and "artist.
While most of the book discusses why publishers, marketers and individuals should curate content, one chapter provides a basic introduction to how the reader can start curating content using an array of free tools.
Curating Australia's contribution ('32 000 Beaches'), Leon van Schaik also commissioned five architects to consider different aspects of Australia's coastline.
Last summer, LMCC turned over the job of curating Evening Stars to The Joyce, which, before the decade is out, will inhabit a new theater space nearby in the new World Trade Center site.
These forums will bring together an international group of art collectors, curators and museum directors to discuss themes relevant to the collecting and curating of contemporary art.
AUTHENTICITY--THE VERIFIABLE CLAIM that an object is what it purports to be--is crucial for the value of an artifact as evidence, cultural object, research source, and object worthy of collecting, curating, and preserving.