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The show, organized by guest curator Suzanne Ramljak, seeks to highlight a tendency rather than expound a theory.
The ground-breaking LACMA show, its 107 woodcuts selected and lucidly organized by curator Naoko Takahatake, opens with Ugo’s small, luxurious image of Saint Jerome, generally considered to be Renaissance Italy’s first chiaroscuro woodcut.
They’ll be accompanied by the 15-piece KSDS Jazz Orchestra, under the direction of trumpeter (and San Diego Symphony jazz curator) Gilbert Castellanos.
Elizabeth Athens, then the Worcester Art Museum’s curator of American Art, came up with the idea while assessing the museum’s early American gallery.
Content curators, creatives—these and other intermediary non-roles crop up in everything from journalism to art.
These online bouquet curators are sustainably sourced, uniquely designed, and can be ordered from the comfort of your own couch within days (even down to the day) of said upcoming celebration.
Hosted by chef Edouardo Jordan, twice nominated for this year’s James Beard Awards, the four-course event was a celebration of food, culture and color, curated by the founder and curator, Lezli Levene Harvell.
Immerse into the past, learn more about our brave soldiers from the staff and curators, who are more than willing to guide you through the huge amount of memorabilia.
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In a good-sized art museum, each curator is generally responsible for a single department or collection: European painting, Asian sculpture, Native American art, and so on. Curatorial duties include acquiring new artworks, caring for and repairing objects already owned, discovering frauds and counterfeits, lending artworks to other museums, and mounting exhibitions of everything from Greek sculpture to 20th-century clothing.
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: a person who is in charge of the things in a museum, zoo, etc.
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