Curators

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+8.94%
 

What do Curators do?

Curators recommend the acquisition of paintings, photographs, sculptures, documents, and other museum/gallery artifacts. They research the origin/history of artifacts, develop the storyline/theme of displays/exhibitions, and supervise curatorial assistants/other museum technicians. They may specialize in particular collections.

How to become: Curators

To be a curator, you must have a bachelor's or master's degree in museology, art history or a field related to your area of work.

Many recent entrants have an undergraduate university degree, and almost 2 in 5 have a graduate degree.

Where to study for a career as: Curators

Algonquin College
Ottawa, Ontario, CA

Related Program(s):
Applied Museum Studies Diploma; Advanced
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University of Lethbridge
Lethbridge, Alberta, CA

Related Program(s):
Bachelor of Fine Arts | Art History/Museum Studies Bachelor
Bachelor of Fine Arts | Indigenous Art (Art History/Museum Studies) Bachelor; Co-op
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Western University
London, Ontario, CA

Related Program(s):
Art History and Museum Studies Bachelor; Honours
Museum and Curatorial Studies Bachelor; Honours
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Robert Gordon University - Graduate Programs
Aberdeen, Scotland, GB

Related Program(s):
Curatorial Studies Post-diploma
Curatorial Studies Master
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University of Notre Dame Graduate Studies
Notre Dame, Indiana, US

Related Program(s):
Historic Preservation Master
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Modified on January 26, 2022

How much do Curators make?

Low:
$34,278
Average:
$44,990
High:
$97,718

Job openings for Curators

Job Seekers:
5,600
Job Openings:
5,400