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curator

Law chiefly Scots a guardian of a minor, mentally ill person, etc.
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The Curator smiled at the mixture of old-world piety and modern progress that is the note of India today.
Lamas, as a rule, have good store of money somewhere about them, but the Curator wished to make sure.
The Curator would have detained him: they are few in the world who still have the secret of the conventional brush-pen Buddhist pictures which are, as it were, half written and half drawn.
What is the role of the curator in the contemporary art world?
Mitchell, who started his career as assistant curator under his father and predecessor, Kevin Mitchell Sr in 1984, has spent the last 27 years in charge of the Gabba playing surface.
Fadda is the associate curator, Middle Eastern Art for the Abu Dhabi Project of the Solomon R.
The MCA is the only cultural institution with more than one First Nations Curator participating in this program.
He did not say a museum director had to be a curator.
OVER the years, seeing former Cricket Association of Bengal ( CAB) chief curator Prabir Mukherjee run from pillar to post and control the show on the eve of an international match was a common fixture at the Eden Gardens.
the book begins with an overview of different types and roles of the curator and the routes into curatorial practice.
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.
There is another kind of curator who dreams up exhibitions, gathers works from all over the place, and presents "meaning" by "combining"usually in borrowed temporary quarters.