Project Curator, Korean Collection, British Museum

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Curator to join the Asian department at the British Museum, working on the Korean collections at the British Museum and assisting in shaping, planning, and delivering the Museum’s Korea-themed programmes. In this role you would also assist in developing and carrying out the Museum’s long-term engagement with Korea and represent the Museum as a scholar in field of Korean cultural studies, including art history or archaeology.

Key areas of responsibility:

  • Curate the Korean collections, including through cataloguing and publishing the collection on Merlin (Museum’s database) and by producing regular rotations of the collection in the Korea Foundation Gallery
  • Develop the collections through proposing long-term loans and acquisitions
  • Publish and lecture on the collections to diverse audiences
  • Develop relevant research programmes as fits with the Departmental Plan and/or as approved by the Museum’s research board
  • Advise Line-manager and Keeper on relations with Korea and serve as a liaison with the Korean Cultural Centre and other Korean government agencies as well as with UK-based groups focusing on Korea 
  • Assist with Korean loans (incoming and outgoing), including working with the international touring exhibitions programme, whenever Korean objects are involved,  to select objects and create catalogue entries as required

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Cecile Laly

CREOPS (Université Paris-Sorbonne), International Research Center for Japanese Studies

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