Art & Science of Curation: A Curator’s Progress

University of Cambridge Museums

The Art & Science of Curation is a project which explores ideas around Curation and the role of the curator. Over the coming year, we will be inviting people from both within and outside our museums to share their thoughts on curation.  We want to build a body of writings which articulate and explore the many different ways in which a curator can curate, and each week we’ll be posting a new piece of writing here on our blog.  If you feel you’ve something interesting to say, do please get in touch about contributing. Find out more about the Art & Science of Curation on our website.

A Curator’s Progress
Tim Knox, Director, Fitzwilliam Museum

Tim KnoxYears ago, in the late 1980s, I spent six months working as a cub Photographic Librarian in the Press Association Photographic Library in Fleet Street, by then a gloomy canyon of deserted newspaper offices…

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About Jose Ramon Marcaida

I’m a historian of science interested in the history of early modern Iberian science and its connection with Renaissance and Baroque visual culture. More generally, I’m interested in the relation between texts, images and things across the Humanities.
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