Curating – to select, organize, and sculpt object or content in an overall program to shape an experience of meaning for a viewing or participating body. To curate, in any discipline, is to sculpt the material at hand in a way that showcases a particular history of work or that communicates an opinion or belief about the world through the work. The trade of the curator deals with that of the interstitial, the spaces between works placed next to one another, and the larger meaning revealed through them. Curators are commonly thought of in terms of museums, art galleries, libraries. They are the keepers and decision makers regarding any large body of collected work, its preservation, and its relationship to the outside, viewing world. Choreographers, directors, facilitators, historians, composers, and writers are curators of a different set of material—be it information, programmatic events, happenings, text, or body movement.