Curators are in charge of a collection of exhibits in a museum or art gallery. Their job is to build up collections, often in specialist areas. Curators develop ways in which objects, archives and artworks can be interpreted, through exhibitions, publications, events and audio-visual presentations. Their work involves buying exhibits, organising exhibitions, arranging restoration of artifacts, organising loans, identification as well as recording of items and dealing with enquiries. All these tasks require curators to work with other colleagues in conservation, education, design and marketing departments, for example. In addition, they may conduct research and may lecture on findings or ongoing activities.