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a person authorized to conduct religious worship

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Marinos has overseen the publication entitled Possibilities: Interviews with young Greek artists, and The task of curating.
And by not curating, you're getting left behind as others innovate and open their systems to outside apps.
By the 1990s, curating had emerged as a global profession and curators enjoyed art-star status on an international level.
Most fundamentally, the strand of contemporary curating supported by both O'Neill and Smith has a horror of fixity.
Amurgis, AEP'S director of internal communication, says that curating the stories "helps employees to better understand the external forces that affect internal decisions.
It's no surprise that Farocki, whose work has often critiqued institutions through preexisting images, should arrive at the insight that curating involves parallel archaeological practices.
Approach to curating premium and community content continues to bring in top advertisers to Dailymotion's growing audience in the US
The book considers curation and curators as objects for criticism; though contributors share a horror of both education and spectacle, they agree the proper goal of curatorial practice is to draw attention to the spectacle and narrative of curating (rather than to the curated objects or events).
Neatly curating his own life full circle, he died of heart failure a few days later.
Just as the key aspect for Dean was the process of curating (rather than the finished result), for visitors it was also the process of viewing that counted, and they were free to navigate the show as they wanted without feeling obliged to trace Dean's own route.
It doesn't take X-ray vision to discern that instead of actual thought, the curating amounts to a stroking of particular collectors, gallerists, and lackluster heads of MFA programs.
Yet according to Daniel, Matmos's process is far from entirely predetermined: "Some of our projects work that way, but we also work in a kind of free-associative drift manner, and then the curating only shows up retroactively.
An alternate title in this context might have been Game of Curating.
But the fax had nothing to do with curating or with Leigh's widely publicized disappearance.
Wilson applies democratic ideals to her curating as well.