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Developed in coordination with a previous William & Mary curriculum COLL 300 theme Well-being, The Curatorial Project (ARTH 331) is part of a required practicum course for Art History majors. Dr. Catherine Levesque, Associate Professor of Art History will be leading the class this spring. In this exhibition, students will explore what personal, social, community, physical and environmental contexts best nurture not only the health of human beings, but of all creatures. Drawing upon collections at the Muscarelle, this exhibition will allow the student curators to experience the Museum as a laboratory.