At its best, the exhibition elucidates reciprocal relays between curatorial
strategies and artistic concerns.
Michael Harris set out with a worthy, though loftily ambitious, project that perhaps might have benefited from more curatorial
His work clearly has a social and political bent at times,'' said Mikka Gee Conway, curatorial
assistant in the Getty's photography department.
New locations for the curatorial
center, library, and museum administration are planned.
A once-in-a-lifetime grand prize trip to Antarctica is on the line for players, but the real winners are the Museum's curatorial
staff--event proceeds support critical curatorial
Its costs are not covered by any curatorial
budget, neither is it consciously seen as a series of works, chosen to relate each to the other, one from the next.
The Miami discussion, moderated by NBC's executive director, Valerie Wilder, and including the insights of Boston Ballet's Mikko Nissinen, encouraged horizontal rather than tiered administration, outreach efforts, and a balance of curatorial
mission with homegrown choreography.
strategy succeeds because of its catholicity.
An unavoidable question arises, however: Has the curatorial
produced more than an irritation in the art world, more than a temporary frisson?
Now, a portion of every YPC gift is directed to support a new ROM curatorial
research project each year.
In 2003 the museum began a complete transformation, reorganizing its curatorial
departments, adding 11 new Board members and launching a multi-million-dollar expansion and unification of LACMA's facilities and campus, in collaboration with the Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
Kids ages 4 to 11 can learn about nature by working with specimens and artifacts, visiting curatorial
laboratories and making craft items to take home during workshops designed for their age groups and being offered Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at the Natural History Museum.