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    Xin chào mọi người,
    Em là một người rất thích mỹ thuật, nhưng lại ko có đủ năng khiếu vẽ để theo ngành này.
    Qua phim ảnh và những cuốn sách mỹ thuật e đọc được thì ở nước ngoài, trừ Việt Nam, có nghề giám tuyển - curator, thường làm việc ở những bảo tàng, galleries, có nhiệm vụ tổ chức, quảng bá các triển lãm, sự kiện nghệ thuật.
    Do nghề này vẫn còn mới ở Việt Nam nên e ko biết nên học ngành gì liên quan đến công việc này. Em đã nghĩ là ngành PR (public relations) nhưng ko chắc có đúng không?
    Nếu ai có biết thông tin gì về nghề này thì chỉ cho em biết với ạ.
    Xin cảm ơn nhiều.

    p/s: phiền Mod chuyển giùm em bài này qua Newbie Question nhé ạ
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    Communication including Public Speaking, History, and Museum studies courses are needed.
    http://money.usnews.com/money/career...s-2011-curator Check it out

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    Also Art History.

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    What is the curator, anyway?
    "Curators generally hold a higher academic degree in their subject, typically a Doctor of Philosophy or a master's degree in subjects such as history, history of art, archaeology, anthropology, or classics,"

    or "Recently, the increased complexity of many museums and cultural organisations has prompted the emergence of professional programmes in field such as public history, museum studies, arts management, and curating/curatorial practice"

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    Public relations (PR) is a field concerned with maintaining a public image for businesses, non-profit organizations (including public art) or high-profile people, such as celebrities and politicians.

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