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1 Courses Programs in Curating 2024

    Courses Programs in Curating

    Most courses consist of a combination of lectures, assessments and tutorials. They are taught on an individual subject. Students may be expected to participate in a variety of ways, including discussions, readings, homework, quizzes, labs and essays.

    What are courses in curating? They help students develop the skills necessary to navigate this field. Classes can come at a range of levels and types, from an introduction to curating to curating the contemporary. These courses may be part of a program of study that could ultimately lead to a degree. Individuals may be introduced to the role of the curator, learn what goes into planning an exhibit and analyze what it takes to be successful.

    Courses can help students develop an array of skills that are beneficial in work environments as well as in their personal lives. These skills often include networking, oral communication and critical text writing.

    Courses are offered at many universities and may vary in length. Because a course in curating may be taught differently at different schools, the cost of attendance may fluctuate. Get in touch with the school where the course is offered for more information.

    Completing such a course can help participants deepen their knowledge and skillsets in the field of curation. This can service to introduce students to a number of potential job positions in the world of museums and the arts, such as exhibit planners, artists, architects, art critics, creative agents and publishers. Those who go on to attain a degree in the field may work as museum curators, art restorers and art historians.

    Many courses in curating are offered online in whole or in part. This can provide flexibility for individuals with busy schedules. Traditional courses may have an evening option as well. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.