Art Conservators

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Art Conservators

Art Conservators - Knowledge

Curators need knowledge in the following areas:

  • English Language: The meaning and use of the English language.
  • History and Archeology: Past events and the effects on people and cultures.
  • Fine Arts: The methods and concepts needed to create visual, music, or dramatic arts.
  • Administration and Management: How to run a business or group.
  • Sociology and Anthropology: Where people come from and how they behave.
  • Communications and Media: How to produce written, spoken or visual media.
  • Clerical: General office work such as filling and storing information.
  • Education and Training: The methods of teaching and learning.
  • Geography: How to describe the location, features, and relationships of land, sea, and air.
  • Customer and Personal Service: Providing special services to customers based on their needs.
  • Philosophy and Theology: The impact of values and ethics on people.
Source: Illinois Career Information System (CIS) brought to you by Illinois Department of Employment Security.