Anthropology
 

Museology: Curation and Writing

Museology: Curation and Writing
Professional practices supporting the educational, research, and reporting functions of museums, emphasizing museum writing leading to publication, cataloguing, policy writing, exhibition conceptualization, etc.
ANTHR
524
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, Arr Lab
 PrerequisitesAdmission to certificate in museum practices program.
 TaughtFall even years
Course Outcomes: 

Museum Curation and Writing

Students will have hands-on experiences through class assignments in all aspects of writing associated with museum functions and curation including condition reports, registration documents and databases, exhibition research and panels, and educational materials.

Museum Curation and Writing

Students will also learn how to research and write a grant for a museum project or exhibition.

Museum Curation and Writing

Students will learn hands-on skills by developing, researching, and writing all materials necessary for a new exhibition at the Museum of Peoples and Cultures. This experience will also require students to work directly with collections held at the Museum or in other storage facilities.