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10/12/2017 at 8:14:15 PM GMT
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Prince’s Paisley Park Estate Is Looking for an Archivist

By Dazed Digital — 

"After Prince died at the age of 57 last April, his brother-in-law Maurice Philips announced that Paisley Park—the musician’s studio compound and residence in Minneapolis—would be transformed into a museum. Paisley Park has been open to the public since October, displaying thousands of items from personal collection and offering tours of his studios—yet there’s seemingly still plenty of work left to be done, as the estate are currently looking to hire an archivist to manage the musician’s artifacts. ..."

To continue reading, visit the full article on the Dazed Digital website.

"Prince’s Paisley Park estate is looking for an archivist." Dazed Digital (Oct. 6, 2017).

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