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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.
Curators may also help visitors to interpret and enjoy exhibits and collections, manage budgets and organise publicity and fundraising.
You could become a museum curator after working as an assistant curator, education manager or departmental collections head.
He lauded Agha Zahid for imparting training to the Head Curator, Curators and Ground Staff of modern day facilities.
The book begins with the birth of curatorial discourse, which has until now primarily been produced and maintained by curators and for curators operating within the art world.
The annual Artists-in-Residence programme serves as the ideal platform to facilitate exchange of ideas and experiences, enabling the participating artists to derive inspiration from each other, from Al Bastakiya, and above all, from the city of Dubai." The call is open for applications from Emirati artists and international curators, while the international artists-in-residence will be identified through a nomination process by A.i.R Dubai's selection panel, consisting of all partners and the 2013 guest juror, Cairo-based curator and writer Sarah Rifky.
The curators were each asked to select projects they thought best reflected future thinking in today's society.
Africa and South Asia can now apply for the Abraaj Capital Art Prize 2010Generous stipend enables artists from emerging markets to work with international curators on career-transforming projects
The materials were sent to the visitor services staff, who deal with frontline queries; the curators and conservators, who oversee all curatorial content; and the fund development staff, to ensure that exhibition sponsors were aware of the media strategy.
Moving much of the permanent collection (mainly Yugoslav-modernist paintings and sculptures) to storage, the curators filled the somewhat decrepit but airy Titoist-moderne galleries with works that appeared almost cacophonously disparate.
Organized in ten chapters, the curators consider Early History (Classical, Gothic and Baroque), the Triumph of Scale, The Conquest of Three-Dimensional Space (Cubism, De Stijl, and Bauhaus), The Discovery of Sculptural Form (Expressionism), Spirit Soul and Space (Steiner and Wittgenstein), The Age of Sculpture (1950-60 Le Corbusier and Frank Lloyd Wright), Sculpture, Path and Place (monuments and installations), Minimalism or the Love of the Box, The Sculpted City (Utopias), and Blob and Box (twenty-first century virtual reality).
Both curators and museum directors must now be aware that their work is probably being evaluated by people other than just their own museum's staff and/or administration.