Integration of Curatorial and Academic Disciplines in the Role of Museum Curator

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Question 2: An Analysis of the Importance of the Integration of Curatorial and Academic Disciplines in the Role of Curator in Education and Museum Operations
This study will analyze the important role of the curator and the academic as a cooperative of disciplines that can greatly enhance museum operations. In today’s museum culture, the growing importance of academia in the art is known due to the historical research done on art history, which is often neglected in the role of the curator as organizer, promoter, and cataloguer. This is one reason why the future education of curators must entail a greater academic background in order to unite these two disparate entities in museum operations. By understanding the differences in these two...
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