curator

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

curator

Law chiefly Scots a guardian of a minor, mentally ill person, etc.
References in periodicals archive ?
curatorship. (54) At the time judgment is rendered, the court must also
By identifying the three essential elements to building an innovative and lasting program in modern and contemporary art--the space with their cutting-edge gallery, the leadership through this endowed curatorship, and the collection with these incredible gifts of art--Keith and Linda Monda have ensured its long-term viability.
Pretoria: VBS Mutual Bank was placed under curatorship because of liquidity issues, Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago told a televised news conference.
Bona Life, which is a company born from Mauritian Bramer Life, due to the latter's curatorship's crisis in Mauritius, has since been in establishment since 2015.
Capitec's shares rebounded after the initial drop before falling again as Viceroy doubled down its claim that the bank's lending practices exploit customers and the organisation should be placed under curatorship. Viceroy has cited anecdotal evidence that the bank issues new loans to clients in arrears, whilst Capitec has stated that it does not do so.
Critical museum studies have, since the late 1980s, analyzed the institutional, ideological, and political dimensions of the museum, as well as examining curatorship as a form of social justice and activism.
After it recorded big losses in 2014, its share price collapsed and the company was placed under curatorship by the Reserve Bank.
According to the characteristics of the structural analysis (Deusto, n.d.), the stakeholders found to be determinant are the curatorship and the government; namely, the legal-normative system that must be complied with prior to initiating the housing construction project's execution.
He made these copies during his leisure time after he had retired from his curatorship of the collection in 2004.
Building on this work, the second iteration, with the expansive title "Whorled Explorations", under the curatorship of Kallat, was more conceptual, interlacing various themes, ideas and provocations that recurred throughout the exhibition.
He added: "There needs to be a more obvious level of curatorship from Nintendo, filtering out comments, noting what isn't genuine."