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Attention to detail makes visitors’ experience special

Attention to detail makes visitors’ experience special

Museums and galleries require a lot of different people, activities and tasks to make them function. Most are aware of the curator’s role in an organisation such as ours – they undertake all the research behind exhibitions, find themes and interesting elements, look at the subject-matter in a wider context and then, ultimately, distil it down into the information you see when you enter one of our galleries. They choose objects from the collection, or borrow items, and carefully consider what is grouped together and how they support the display.

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