Center for Meteorite Studies

Ask a Curator Day was September 16th, but you can email (meteorites@asu.edu) or tweet (@ASUMeteorites) the Center any time with your questions! 

Ask a Curator Day is here! For one day only, September 16, curators around the world are standing by to answer your questions!

Use the hashtag #AskaCurator on Twitter!  You can direct questions to the Center for Meteorite Studies using @ASUMeteorites or you can ask general questions using #AskaCurator.

#Askacurator is open to everyone: Museums, galleries, National Trust, Theatres, and more. You can ask anything that you’re curious about or want more information on.

  • What’s it like to be a curator?
  • How do you decide what to display?
  • What is the most unique object in your collection?

More information is available here!

Not on Twitter?  Email your questions to meteorites@asu.edu anytime!


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