As a Curator, you can procure artifacts, create exhibitions and maintain exhibits. They organize the display of artifacts in museums, organize exhibitions by choosing the display items, labelling them, arranging them, making purchases of rare and new collections for museum enrichment, deciding which art objects have to be identified, examined, cleaned, preserved, displayed or stored, and maintaining the record of each item (origin, age and conservation details).
Museums provide a learning situation in which the visitors experience learning. Museum Educationists educate people and students visiting to Museums. They decorate exhibition halls, properly arranged secondary collections, label them, arrange guided tours, organize traveling exhibitions, organize school class visits, training courses to the teachers, illustrate lectures, motion pictures, film trips and publications, etc.
The exhibition is the only language through which a museum can communicate with large masses so as to create a direct impact on them. Exhibition Coordinators co-ordinate with their team for organizing the exhibition. They have to select the topic of the Exhibition like irrigation, soil conservation, farm management, industry, social welfare, etc. They can use various mediums to aware visitors such as pictures, photographs, drawings, charts, models and other subsidiary materials.
The job role of a consultant is to plan and design management strategies, create content, promote exhibitions and other cultural facilities.