Clean objects, such as paper, textiles, wood, metal, glass, rock, pottery, and furniture, using cleansers, solvents, soap solutions, and polishes. Determine whether objects need repair and choose the safest and most effective method of repair. Install, arrange, assemble, and prepare artifacts for exhibition, ensuring the artifacts' safety, reporting their status and condition, and identifying and correcting any problems with the set-up. Direct and supervise curatorial, technical, and student staff in the handling, mounting, care, and storage of art objects. Perform tests and examinations to establish storage and conservation requirements, policies, and procedures. Prepare artifacts for storage and shipping. Photograph objects for documentation. Coordinate exhibit installations, assisting with design, constructing displays, dioramas, display cases, and models, and ensuring the availability of necessary materials. Notify superior when restoration of artifacts requires outside experts. Lead tours and teach educational courses to students and the general public. Supervise and work with volunteers.