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  • noun

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the custodian of a collection (as a museum or library)

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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.
Daljit, who is currently in the Capital to oversee the preparation of the pitch for the fourth Test at the Ferozeshah Kotla, said it was unfair to suggest that Kohli and the team management interfered in pitch preparation as the Board's curators are qualified enough to know what kind of tracks need to be prepared for Test matches.
Curators may also help visitors to interpret and enjoy exhibits and collections, manage budgets and organise publicity and fundraising.
Chief Curator Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Agha Zahid is imparting the Preliminary Curator Course in which 50 Head Curators, Curators and Ground Staff are taking part from different grounds of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa including Abbottabad, Mansehra, Muzaffarabad, Mir Pur, Haripur, Swabi, Buner, Mardan, Dir Upper, Dir Lower, Kohat, Dera Ismail Khan and Peshawar.
In 2013, the annual residency programme for artists and curators will run from January 7 to March 31, coinciding with Art Week, Dubai's premier umbrella arts initiative, which includes Art Dubai, Design Days Dubai, and SIKKA Art Fair, Dubai Culture's contemporary art fair.
LOS ANGELES, July 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Saatchi Online, a global platform for emerging artists, announces today the launch of 100 CURATORS 100 DAYS, a major initiative that recognizes 1,000 artists for their outstanding work.
The Sunderland-born star and her fellow BBC DJ are two of the guest curators of the exhibition, along with actor Ortis Deley, author and critic Tom Dyckhoff and fashion designer William Tempest.
Summary: Generous stipend enables artists from emerging markets to work with international curators on career-transforming projects
While most art experts, scholars and museum curators dismiss Arseneau's claims, the allegations could divert attention from the true value of the exhibition and the goal of presenting the work of a remarkable artist whose work had a huge impact on the course of modern art.
In 2001, after the departure of Milosevic's apparatchiks, the museum's current staff--a team of curators including Andelkovic, who today is also the director--took charge.
The truth is that the second section overpowers everything else in the show, although the curators try to compensate with music-programmed iPods installed near the paintings for listening pleasure.
Through their direct juxtaposition with the sculptures, the abstracted representations of buildings in model form, perhaps more than the curators ever imagined, demonstrate how the term sculptural means far more than mere shape.
Zoo curators need a degree in the biological sciences and zoo experience.