museum/art gallery curator

museum/art gallery curator

Checking the completeness of a collection  - movement and loans of works of art
Checking the completeness of a collection  - movement and loans of works of art Evaluating works of art suitable for purchasing Distributing promotional materials in a gallery Preparing written documentation of a collection
museum/art gallery curator:

Who are they and what do they do? A curator is in charge of a collection of exhibits in a museum or art gallery.

What are the activities of the job? Buys, develops, professionally manages and maintains, supplements and scientifically processes collections of various objects from various areas of science and art (zoology, mineralogy, botany, archaeology, numismatics (coins), literature, art etc.). He/she presents the collection at shows and scientific events.

Where is it done and under what conditions? In halls and other rooms of museums, castles, palaces, universities and other institutions, usually of an historical or scientific nature.

What tools/equipment do they use? Normal office equipment, telephones, computers and the Internet, and spaces and containers to house the objects collected appropriately. They will also, of course, use the spoken word.

What do you need to succeed? You need to have completed secondary, higher, or university education, have a lot of patience, and a systematic manner of working.

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