curatorship curatorship


  • (n) the position of curator


  1. Moreover, the task of exegetical writing and art commentary is quite distinct from the essentially managerial and art-appreciative qualities necessary for a successful curatorship.
  2. Inside were the meticulous records of Dodgson's entire ten-year curatorship.
  3. Rarely has a man held active curatorship in two great museums, and of such separated fields.



  • "But then, I think that as we proceed from here, the lessons that Fidentia provides for us, and hopefully the process of curatorship will throw up a whole series of lessons now, will be one set of issues," Manuel said.
    on Mar 1, 2007 By: Trevor Manuel Source: SABC News

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