(1) the curator of drawings at the National Gallery(2) Kindly the curator of the museum had made a display of a few of about 20 of the items you might see on your visit in the front window.(3) A wrinkled old hill woman was the sole curator and keeper of the gallery then.(4) It is a group of presentations hosted by an artist curator or, as in one case, architect.(5) A curator from the local museum was there in the U.K. as part of this scheme.(6) With the permission of the curator of the National Museum, we were allowed to see the work in progress.(7) Every art work has parameters, and every art form tools, and if you get rid of frames and cameras you just move into another area - performance art, or curatorship - rather than bury film.(8) The sale had been eagerly anticipated by collectors and museum curators .(9) I know all the museum curators in the world and there is not one to match Tim's genius.(10) For example, at Northampton the archaeological and social history curatorships are to be merged.(11) Unlike many museum exhibitions, the curators provided the information to the viewer in manageable pieces.(12) The Whitney Museum recruited six outside curators to help select this year's biennial.(13) The artists are up-and-comers and players in the Sydney art scene and the curators are museum big wigs and people in the know.(14) This meeting heralded many small - then larger - exhibitions and curatorial projects for East Asian artists.(15) I have often felt sorry for the curators at the Royal Collection.(16) Yet, while their curatorship is second to none, what has happened under the present Queen is a lack of real engagement by the key-player, the monarch herself, with the practice of enhancing the collection in tune with the times.