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Careers in Curating: A Video

Across Canada Mar 24 2011
Curator Nancy Campbell talks about the art of Ed Pien in’s new video. Curator Nancy Campbell talks about the art of Ed Pien in’s new video.

Curator Nancy Campbell talks about the art of Ed Pien in’s new video.

The definitive career and education guide for students in art and design,, launched last month and is regularly posting new and free videos about careers in creative fields. In this latest video, curators Nancy Campbell, Melissa Bennett, Michelle Jacques, Chris Lowry and Kenneth Montague discuss how to organize exhibitions, work with artists and shape institutional collections. For videos on sculpture, installation and painting, as well as profiles of emerging artists and curators, visit

This article was first published online on March 24, 2011.


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