The curator of a museum is in charge of a body of work they study, take good care of and display for public viewing. Along with scientific managers who more precisely deal with their material and physical aspects, curators participate in listing, analysing and, where needed, enhancing conservation campaigns. Such invisible, preparatory but necessary work then allows these professionals to organise exhibitions and edit books to promote the artworks they work on. As for the Musée Bourdelle, its active department works in collaboration with them to keep the museum alive and attractive.