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Diary of an NUS Museum Intern: Eunice Lim

Note: Diary of an NUS Museum Intern is a series of blog posts written by our interns about their experiences during the course of their internships. Working alongside their mentors, our interns have waded through tons of historical research, assisted in curatorial work, pitched in during exhibition installations and organised outreach events! If you would like to become our next intern, visit our internship page for more information!

Eunice is a third-year Global Studies student at the NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. As our Exhibition Management and Curatorial Research Intern, Eunice assisted her supervisor, NUS Museum curator, Foo Su Ling, in exhibitions and curatorial projects. 

Curation comes
from the Latin word curare
which means to care. To care is to be intrigued:
letting questions cascade into questions
brewed after periods of poring over texts
woven with slow conversations in sun-lit studios

To care is to maintain and protect:
watchful eyes on skittish kids
careful f…

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[Call for Applications] NUS Museum Internship Programme (Dec 2018)

Job Vacancies | Curatorial, Outreach and Operations

prep-room DRILLS | The Buaya Trail

Children's Workshop | Our Story Through Poetry!

Prep-room DRILLS| Things That May Or May Not Happen

Opening | Crossings: A Solo Exhibition By Wei Leng Tay

Panel Discussion | Shadows After Dark | Uncovering Post-Colonial Southeast Asian Cinema

Anniversary Lecture | William Willets And The Practice of Asian Art History

Film Screening | The Poet (Puisi Tak Terkuburkan)

Tour | Conservation Works at NUS Baba House