Serving to instruct; teaching.
Tour guide in a museum or art gallery.
an individual who gives tours in museums or historical places such as historic Rockville or The Beall-Dawson House
A voluntary guide in a zoo, museum or art gallery. (Literally, â€œthat teaches or instructsâ€).
a teacher at some universities
a guide knowledgeable about the contents of a collection
a person who lead tours through museums or art galleries
a teacher, serving the museum and community in the field of education
a volunteer teacher, professionally trained or with expertise in some area vital to the BioPark, who delivers popular interpretive and educational presentations and similar institutions
a volunteer teacher who works in a museum, gallery, or university
a volunteer that serves in an educational capacity
a well trained volunteer who guides visitors through the museum
A person who acts as a liaison between a cultural institution and its collections, usually employed to superintend galleries. Docents are not necessarily practitioners of interpretation, but generally have excellent customer service; sometimes indifferently referred to as “Blue-Blazers” or “Polo People” by costumed interpreters.
teacher, or lecturer, often at a museum.
a person who conducts guided tours through a museum and discusses and comments on the exhibits
A gallery or museum tour guide/teacher.
A person trained as a guide and lecturer who conducts groups through an art gallery or a museum.
A docent (the word being derived from the Latin word docÄ“re, meaning to teach) is officially defined as a professor or university lecturer, but the term has been expanded to designate the corps of volunteer guides who staff many of the museums and other educational institutions in the world.