Tacoma Art Museum seeks an experienced and creative educator

Tacoma Art Museum seeks an experienced and creative educator to enhance opportunities for adult learning via tours, volunteer education, and in-gallery interpretive strategies.
Tacoma Art Museum is a public-spirited institution with nationally recognized exhibitions and a strategic focus on education. Founded in 1935, the museum has strong roots in the community and anchors Tacomas downtown university and museum district. This is a transformative time at the museum with growth in the facilities, collections, and visibility. It’s an exciting moment to join the TAM family!
*Position Objective*
Working closely with the Education and Curatorial teams, the Educator for Adult Learning plays a critical role in defining and creating the Museums
interpretive strategies for adult learners through docent and volunteer education, guided and self-guided tours, in-gallery resources, and new technologies. This position manages and develops all aspects of TAMs volunteer programs, including recruiting and
supervising volunteers.

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*Duties and Responsibilities*
1.
Work with Education and the Curatorial teams to define and create TAMs interpretive strategies for adult learners that are relevant and directly connected to TAMs
collections, exhibitions, mission, and goals.

Provide management and development for all aspects of the volunteer programs at TAM, including strategically
recruiting well-qualified and engaged individuals, coordinating effective training efforts, evaluating volunteer performance and satisfaction, and producing timely communication.
Work with staff members to identify volunteer opportunities that support and enhance the work of the museum. Create and update volunteer job descriptions
and responsibilities.
Produce timely correspondence and update handbooks and reference materials to keep volunteers abreast of changes, new museum activities, exhibitions,
and information.
Create continuing education opportunities for volunteers.
6.
Work with the Curatorial and Education teams to plan and implement annual docent training curricula that adequately prepares docents to provide meaningful and engaging,
conversation-based experiences with original works of art. Teach docent training on art history, the collection, and dialogical techniques.
7.
Conduct adult tours as needed and evaluate tours to continually improve offerings and ensure positive experiences for museum visitors.

8.
Research the collections and exhibitions, as well as best practices in volunteer management, docent training, gallery interpretation, and use of technology in the
museum setting.

Create and manage program area budgets.
10.
Work with Development and Communications Departments to develop materials for grants, advertisements, press coverage, website, and other promotional materials in
a timely manner.

11.
Contribute to departmental discussions and brainstorming sessions and work departmental events as needed.
*Qualifications*
Masters degree in art history or related field.
Three to five years professional experience working in or with art museums, including teaching from original works of art.
One to three years successful experience managing volunteers and docents.
Interest in and understanding of new technologies.
Demonstrated experience creating gallery didactics and interpretation strategies.
Strong written and oral communication skills, effective problem solving, flexibility, and sense of humor.
Ability to forge and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of individuals. Exhibits an awareness and sensitivity to cultural and other differences when working with
representatives of public and private organizations, volunteers, vendors, museum staff and the general public.
Must be a self-starter, show attention to detail, and possess excellent organizational skills. Ability to work accurately and efficiently and keep track of numerous projects simultaneously.
Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.
Willing to work evenings and weekends, and remain accessible when away from the Museum, so the requirements of this position can be fully met.
The qualified candidate must possess a compatible commitment to the museum brand personality: smart, dynamic, innovative, passionate, civic-minded, gracious, approachable.
To Apply
Please email a succinct cover letter and resume to
HR@TacomaArtMuseum.org.
Include Educator for Adult Learning: First Name Last Name in subject line.
Full time exempt. Salary range $37,000 – $40,000, depending on experience.
No phone inquiries, please.
Closing Date
Applications accepted until June 15, 2015.
*TAM
**TACOMA ART MUSEUM*
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*Samantha Kelly*
Director of Education

T: 253-272-4258 x3038
1701 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, Washington 98402
www.TacomaArtMuseum.org

*Now open on Tuesdays!*

Programs, Cheekwood in Nashville, Tennessee

[contact me for more information if you’re interested]

Cheekwood in Nashville, Tennessee has several open positions in the Education department.

School and Outreach Programs Manager
Tour Manager
Public Programs Coordinator

For more information or to apply:
http://www.cheekwood.org/About/Employment_Internship_and_Volunteer_Opportunities.aspx
Karen Kwarciak
/Manager of School and Outreach Programs/
Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art
1200 Forrest Park Drive
Nashville, TN 37205
(615) 353-6973 office
(615) 353-9829 fax
kkwarciak@cheekwood.org
cheekwood.org
Cheekwood’s Mission:
/Preserve Cheekwood as an historical landmark where beauty and excellence in art and horticulture stimulate the mind and nurture the spirit./

Public Programs Coordinator, The Mount

The Mount will be looking for a candidate to join our year-round team as Public Programs Coordinator.

The Public Programs Coordinator will manage all aspects of planning, developing, implementing, and assessing adult, family, and children’s programs. The Public Programs Coordinator will work in support of The Mount’s mission with the goal of providing outstanding visitor services and quality programs and events for a broad audience. Public programs at The Mount include lectures, workshops, performances, panels, community events, and specialty tours, among others.  All public programs are centered around the historical, cultural, and natural resources of The Mount. This position requires some evening and weekend work.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Oversee the development, planning, and delivery of public programs and special events.
  • Coordinate on-site logistics for public programs and disseminate information to appropriate staff.
  • Coordinate and oversee program and event volunteers and staff.
  • Research and coordinate relationships with vendors, presenters, and community organizations.
  • Manage recordkeeping of all program and event details and oversee program assessment and evaluation.
  • Work with other Mount departments and staff to develop and strengthen program offerings.
  • Foster relationships with other institutions and members of the community to develop collaborative programs.
  • Develop relationships with area schools and educators to administrate the Edith Wharton Writing Competition.
  • Work with Communications staff to promote programming and develop publicity materials.
  • Create budgets and contracts for programs and negotiate instructor fees.
  • Assist in the development of the operating budget for the Programs Department.

The Public Programs Coordinator position is a full-time, full-benefits, exempt, employment-at-will position.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in history, English, education, museum studies, arts management, or a related field is required; a M.A. is preferred.
  • One to three years of increasingly related work experience.
  • Event planning experience or prior work with museum audiences and community engagement is preferred.

Qualifications:

  • Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills with attention to detail.
  • Ability to multi-task, organize work, and meet deadlines with careful attention to detail in a fast-paced, collaborative environment.
  • Proven writing and communication skills.
  • Compelling public speaking presence and excellent oral communication skills.
  • Ability to establish, maintain, and foster positive and harmonious working relationships with coworkers and a variety of individuals contacted in the course of work.
  • Ability to operate computers, media equipment, and assigned software.
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion.
  • Must be available to work evening and weekend hours as needed.

Please send resume and letter of interest to info@edithwharton.org.

Grounds For Sculpture, Director of Engagement and Education

POSITION DESCRIPTION

May 2015

Grounds For Sculpture Director of Engagement and Education

Grounds For Sculpture seeks a museum education and public programming professional to design and curate exciting and meaningful experiences that convey the great value of visual, performing, and literary arts for young children, youth, and adults of all backgrounds and interests.

Nestled in the heart of central New Jersey lies Grounds For Sculpture, a 42-acre park that provides meticulously landscaped settings for 270 diverse three-dimensional works by renowned and emerging contemporary artists. It is a place of discovery and contemplation; a setting where music and poetry is performed and where a sunny day can be spent strolling through different horticultural settings; a place where art is exhibited, and where contemporary artists are supported.

Grounds For Sculpture (GFS) was established in 1992 and in 2000 became a nonprofit organization. Works on exhibit in the sculpture gardens, many of them monumental, include those of such distinguished artists as Clement Meadmore, Anthony Caro, Beverly Pepper, Kiki Smith, George Segal, Magdalena Abakanowicz, and Isaac Witkin. Through July 2015, GFS continues to feature a retrospective exhibition of its founder, Seward Johnson’s work, many of which can be found in the park.

The mission of GFS is to promote an understanding of and appreciation for contemporary art and sculpture among new and expanding audiences. The organization accomplishes this mission by organizing accessible exhibitions of art and interprets these through publications, lectures, panel discussions, workshops, docent tours, team-building art experiences for groups, performances, and films. The opportunity for self-guided exploration and discovery is a fundamental concept at GFS, as is the influence of the changing seasons which are integral to the programming at GFS; seasons affect the gardens, the way art looks outdoors, the rotating exhibitions in the galleries, and the visitor experience.

Over the last several years, the founder has increasingly transitioned management and governance responsibility to a nonprofit board of trustees and professional staff. In 2015, ownership and responsibility for the bulk of the physical and artistic assets of the sculpture park (buildings, grounds, sculpture) transferred to GFS from three foundations associated with the founder. This presents the leadership team with a unique opportunity to shape the visitor experience by integrating and aligning the work of the various exhibition, artistic, horticultural, learning, and public programming elements of the organization. This search is another step in the evolution of GFS and its management team.

The annual budget of GFS is $6.8 million, which funds a 60-person operation and provides a robust year-round calendar of exhibitions, workshops, tours, concerts, and family events. In 2013, the park welcomed 160,000 guests; in 2014, it drew 230,000 visitors. This attendance spike was largely attributed to the exhibition of its founder’s work. The park sells out on some weekends and can expect attendance increases on certain holidays; Mother’s Day, for example, can draw as many as 5,000 visitors. Sixty percent of the budget comes from earned income through admissions, program fees, food service and rental fees. Other facilities include six indoor galleries (two of which double as private event space), a new education gallery, two classrooms, a sculpture tech studio, three screening rooms, an expansive welcome center, a museum shop, a 4-star restaurant and two café areas architected to integrate with the GFS experience.

The GFS campus is also home to a series of related but independent sculpture organizations including The Seward Johnson Atelier, the Digital Atelier and the International Sculpture Center which publishes Sculpture magazine. The Seward Johnson Atelier and Digital Atelier, maintain active sculpture production facilities as well as a building housing 20 working artist studios that are occupied year-round. These sister organizations and the artists on campus work closely with GFS on a variety of collaborative educational programs throughout the year.

BASIC FUNCTION

Reporting to the Executive Director, and based on current research and best practices, the Director of Engagement and Education will move the institution forward with a coherent mix of effective and sustainable programs. The position represents a unique professional opportunity to establish a fundamental educational philosophy and framework for engaging audiences that builds off its core values, founder’s vision, and institutional identity. GFS is committed to establishing new educational initiatives that will become models for other organizations and will position GFS as an artistic, horticultural, and museum education leader. Conception, implementation, evaluation, and management of programs will facilitate GFS’s relevance and meaning for diverse audiences. Indoor and outdoor learning experiences and public programs will be architected so that they are enthusiastically embraced by the public and engender a deep connection to contemporary art in visitors of all ages.

The Director is expected to be a recognized leader and serve as an effective advocate for innovative approaches in museum and horticultural education. The successful candidate will have significant experience developing and curating engaging and meaningful learning experiences, including application of new and untraditional approaches and technologies that communicate information and facilitate learning. Part of his or her responsibility is to coach others in and outside of the department in applying these approaches.

The Director will lead a department of 4 full-time professionals, which in turn manage work undertaken by 5 part-time corporate educators, a pool of 50+ artist-educators, and 40 docents. The department’s budget is currently $534K, including salaries.

Current educational programming includes the “Connections With Sculpture Institute,” a summer professional development workshop for K-12 public school educators, “Tots on Tour,” to bring hands-on art experiences to Pre-K learners, and a host of exhibition-inspired programs and interactive workshops for families and adult learners. GFS is a popular destination for corporate retreats and the education department coordinates a series of tours, hands-on art workshops and team building experiences that compliment the space rental program. The department also develops a diverse series of performing arts programming including dance, music, film, and poetry series. Many of the performing arts programs are organized in conjunction with partner organizations using the garden as a unique venue and source of inspiration. GFS is a “best practices” accessibility institution and has a history of art- programming for special needs audiences including those with low or no vision, mobility impairments, and people cognitively impaired. Partnerships with state and regional accessibility organizations facilitate this important work. GFS is committed to being an active, engaged community resource and has begun the work of establishing partnerships that will better fulfill its mission to make the joys of contemporary art accessible to all. The Director will continue tobuild and grow these relationships, working closely with community leaders to identify opportunities for collaboration, and assessing and reporting on the impact of this programming on the community.

The Director of Engagement and Education will work closely with the Development Department to facilitate grant and major gift fundraising for various education initiatives, and with the Marketing Department to drive attendance and ticket sales to various art public programs, workshops, courses and performances.

The Director will work collaboratively with all GFS departments, and will strive to cultivate and deepen new and existing partnerships with other arts and community organizations. The Director and his or her department will act collaboratively in the design of interpretative experiences of the art at GFS, the horticultural elements of the park, and the use of the park as a setting for performances and events. The result of this collaboration is expected to be cohesive and refreshing programs for both first-time and returning visitors, that are appropriate for people of differing ages, sensibilities, and backgrounds.

The Director is a key member of the senior leadership team. He or she will develop the overarching educational strategy of the institution in collaboration with the board of trustees, resulting in exciting new program development and opportunities. The relationship between Engagement and Education, Marketing, and Development departments is particularly important to ensure that an appropriate mix of earned and contributed revenue sustains all programs managed by the Director.

PRIORITIES

The Director of Engagement and Education will leverage the artistic and horticultural resources at GFS to serve the life-long learning needs of regional communities, with attention given to locally underserved children and adults. GFS must not only serve those who already have a personal connection to art, those with means, or those with a particular level of education. The organization can only be a success if it is embraced by all and if it embraces all, while also taking a deserved place among respected East Coast art museum and horticultural garden learning programs. An understanding of how GFS might develop financially self-sustaining partnerships that serve the differing needs of school districts, businesses, churches, and other community organizations, as well as specific populations including at-risk youth, seniors, veterans, and first and second generation immigrants, will be important to the success of the Engagement and Education department.

The Director’s immediate priorities will be to:

  • Understand all facets of the GFS experience, including its history, culture, structure, board, staff, art and artists, horticulture, programs, docents and volunteers, finances, studio artists, facilities, planned exhibitions, public programs, and fundraising; understand the surrounding communities, including influential individuals and organizations with an interest in educational and public programming;
  • Establish productive working relationships with colleagues, board members, and community partners; sustain and strengthen a culture of trust, communication, entrepreneurship, teamwork, and integrity; develop a strong working relationship with the Engagement and Education team;
  • Review the current state of GFS’ programming, and take charge of in-process department work related to the art collection, current and planned special exhibitions, events, performances and demonstrations, educational publications, docent tours, and school programming; collaborate with the Executive Director to evaluate the overall role and all outcomes of Engagement and Education Programs in its strategic plan;
  • Work collaboratively and appropriately manage various relationships with school, patron, volunteer, and other community groups, and with other arts organizations in the area; serve as an advocate for GFS programs internally and externally, assuring that the interests of the organization are advanced and fully understood;
  • Work closely with the Executive Director and the CFO to implement responsible program cost controls; develop and monitor program budget; identify current and potential sources of program funding and pursue them in close coordination with the appropriate leaders within the Development group; collaborate closely with the Marketing department to maximize attendance and ticket sales for public programs.
  • Serve as an articulate and persuasive spokesperson for GFS, representing GFS to all of its constituencies, including funders, businesses, and the arts and gardens community; continually improve relationships with key stakeholders and alliance partners in New Jersey and across the greater community of museums, gardens, arts and horticulture organizations and artists in the region and across the field.
  • Attend internal and external meetings; prepare regular status reports on Engagement and Education programming, with particular emphasis on metrics of impact and visitor satisfaction; participate in discussions related to the GFS’ overall operating strategy.
  • Design, develop, and implement strategies for evaluating the impact of educational programs; monitor department process and programs on an on-going basis, including gathering and analyzing qualitative and quantitative statistics to be used in program evaluation, reports, and grant proposals.

    IDEAL EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

    The ideal candidate will have the following range of experience and qualifications:

    • Management and education leadership responsibility in an art museum or garden or associated institution that is known for innovative programming, curatorial excellence, strong ties with its community, and fundraising;
    • Proven experience with education research and evaluation and designing programs with clear and compelling results;
    • An appreciation for sound business and operations practices, the work of studio and art educators, and the perspectives of diverse audiences, participants, and staff is essential; an extensive background in and passion for contemporary art; experience in working with others to develop exhibitions and related programming; and passion for horticulture;
    • Experience with marketing and raising the public profile of visual arts and cultural institutions and in branding nonprofit institutions;
  • Understanding of operations and financial management, particularly in a museum, garden or similar nonprofit environment; some experience of non-profit revenue and expense models would be an advantage;
  • The ability to work successfully with donors, community leaders, artists, curators, educators, business leaders and a board of trustees to strengthen GFS in various ways;
  • An entrepreneur’s ability to navigate operating infrastructure and to leverage the resources of institutions; success in this regard will depend upon a balance of patience, fortitude, lobbying, coalition-building, political acumen and drive;
  • A creative collaborator with outstanding oral and written communication skills, including the means to address issues in non-confrontational and non-polarizing ways, but nevertheless with determination;
  • An arts or education-related bachelors or advanced degree is required, and an advanced degree in education or art history, studio arts, digital media, or museum practice would be beneficial.

    PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS

    The successful candidate should be:

  • A creative individual with a passion for the visual arts and a demonstrated commitment to exploration, education and research of art and also a passion for horticulture;
  • A dynamic leader adept at planning, prioritizing, organizing, evaluating and following through; a hard worker with a high energy level; highly efficient and accountable; a mentor to existing staff;
  • A good listener and strategist; comfortable receiving input and guidance from many sources, prioritizing and maximizing resources, and able to analyze and formulate disparate information into a sound, well-organized plan; a team player and team builder; a graceful communicator able to connect with a broad spectrum of people; a person who cultivates trust and engages the interest of constituents;
  • Someone whose view of art is broad and who sees an opportunity to use art as a vehicle to engage and help build a healthy community. Someone who will enjoy building connections for GFS to visitors, the surrounding community and its leaders, and the larger public outside of New Jersey;
  • A individual who is straight-forward, shares information easily, and respects the abilities of others; someone who imparts trust, integrity and solidity;
  • A resourceful collaborator who thrives on entrepreneurial partnerships within GFS and its larger community; an ability to disagree without being disagreeable;
  • The ideal Director will have qualities of an educator, impresario, diplomat, and arts promoter, combined with a values-driven, practical, roll-up-your-sleeves, hard-nosed work ethic.

    GFS offers equal employment opportunities to all persons without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, parental status, housing status, source of income or military status, in accordance with applicable federal, state and local EEO laws.

For more information please contact: Kim Brettschneider

(646)762-0818 or kimb@mOppenheim.com Mark Oppenheim

(415)762-2640 or marko@mOppenheim.com

m/Oppenheim Associates

425 Market Street, Suite 1020 San Francisco, CA 94105

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Grounds For Sculpture May 2015

Curator of Exhibitions, Weatherspoon Art Museum

Weatherspoon Art Museum at The University of North Carolina Greensboro seeks an innovative and energetic Curator of Exhibitions to lead its nationally recognized contemporary exhibitions program. The successful candidate will have a thorough knowledge of contemporary art and a proven record of successful exhibitions and original publications, with a commitment to diversity. The Curator of Exhibitions works closely with the museum’s Contemporary Collectors Group, and advises on contemporary acquisitions for the collection.

The position holds adjunct faculty status, and the candidate must be interested in working with fine arts graduate students and participating in both the university environment and the Greensboro community. The person should be interested in developing professional and community partnerships, and in helping to further build museum audiences through thoughtful and engaging projects.

Specific Responsibilities:

Organize or serve as project manager for 6 or more exhibitions annually, ranging from major special exhibitions to smaller visiting artist shows and, on occasion, focused exhibitions from the permanent collection

Build and maintain strong relationships with donors, collectors, museum board members, galleries, and colleagues at other institutions; work with the Director to raise funds for exhibitions

Participate actively in the museum field and contribute to it through publications, lectures, and presentations at conferences

Job Requirements:

An advanced degree in art history, curatorial studies or other relevant field

A minimum of five years’ curatorial experience, preferebly within a museum context

Excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as presentation skillls

Ability to work effectively with staff and a wide variety of museum donors, visitors, members, and volunteers to help realize the vision of the museum

Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects concurrently

Demonstrated success in developing and maintaining exhibition budgets; experience in grant-writing and fundraising

By July 1, please send a resume, cover letter, writing samples, and a list of three references to: Nancy Doll, Director, Weatherspoon Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, PO Box 26170, Greensboro, NC, 27402-6170. EEO/AA.

http://weatherspoon,uncg/edu

Manager of Annual and Corporate Support, Princeton U Art Museum

Princeton University Art Museum
Manager of Annual and Corporate Support

The Princeton University Art Museum seeks applications for the position of Manager of Annual and Corporate Support. The Manager will expand financial support for the Art Museum by proactively growing, deepening, and diversifying annual donated revenue from the local and regional community to help achieve the Museum’s ambitious goals. The Manager’s portfolio will include annual gifts of up to $25,000 from individual donors, including gifts received through the Partners and Friends membership programs, and from corporate sponsors. The Manager is responsible for developing and managing relationships with the Museum’s members and corporate supporters, ensuring that their philanthropic potential is tapped and that annual gifts are sustained, and for stewarding these donors by maximizing their engagement with the Museum. The Manager is responsible for developing and implementing strategies for membership acquisition and retention, and for managing a range of cultivation and benefit fulfillment activities and events throughout the year, including the Museum’s annual fundraising gala. The Manager is also charged with developing proactive strategies for engaging the regional corporate community in the Museum’s mission and securing its support for the Museum’s annual programming needs.

Reporting to the Museum’s Associate Director for Institutional Advancement, and working closely with the Director and the Museum’s institutional advancement team, the Manager of Annual and Corporate Support will organize, implement, and manage a strategic and proactive fundraising plan focused on expanding and enhancing relationships that will lead to increased philanthropic commitments in support of the Museum’s mission and goals and its $16 million annual budget. Likewise, the Manager will interact closely with members of the Museum staff, in particular with the Museum’s education team and the Manager of Marketing and Public Relations, as well as with other campus departments.  S/he will manage or participate in special projects as assigned.

Required Skills: Candidates must have deep experience of relationship-based fundraising and a demonstrated track record in securing annual support from individuals and corporate leaders; outstanding written and interpersonal communication skills, including demonstrated writing and editing skills; exceptional relationship-building skills with a diverse constituency of members, donors, prospects, and volunteers; strong leadership and public speaking skills with an ability to engage and inspire confidence. Five or more years of direct annual fundraising experience are required, preferably in a museum or cultural setting or in an institution of higher education.  Applicants should have specialized knowledge of and experience with fundraising for the arts and the ability to articulate the special role of the arts and humanities in the context of a leadership research university. Experience with paid membership programs and associated strategies strongly preferred.

The successful candidate will possess poise and diplomacy, and be resourceful, self-motivated, and mission driven, with strong attention to detail and follow through. S/he must demonstrate the highest standards of professionalism and performance as evidenced by collaborative teamwork, initiative, critical thinking, sound judgment, and timeliness, with the ability to prioritize among multiple responsibilities. The ability to work independently, as well as to take direction, in a high-paced environment is essential.  A bachelor’s degree is required, and a master’s degree is preferred. Applicants must have excellent computer skills, including a demonstrated mastery of Blackbaud’s Raiser’s Edge database and the analytical acumen necessary to interpret data necessary to inform a sound and effective fundraising strategy. The successful candidate will be required to successfully complete a background check.

The Museum: With a collecting history that dates to the 1750s, the Princeton University Art Museum is one of the leading university art museums in the country. From its origins as a museum of the Enlightenment, the collections have grown to more than 92,000 works of art that range from ancient to contemporary and span the globe, with particularly renowned strengths in the art of the ancient Americas, Chinese art, and the history of photography. Committed to advancing Princeton’s teaching and research missions, the Art Museum serves as a gateway to the University for visitors from around the world. The Museum is intimate in scale yet expansive in scope, offering a respite from the rush of daily life, a revitalizing experience of extraordinary works of art, and an opportunity to delve deeply into the study of art and culture.

To apply, please go to https://jobs.princeton.edu and post to requisition #1500349.

Kress Interpretive Fellow, Honolulu Museum of Art

The Honolulu Museum of Art (HMA) is seeking a recent graduate with
a deep interest in museum work to fill a one-year temporary position as
the Kress Interpretive Fellow beginning August 2015. The position is intended for those who
want to pursue a career in a museum or continue in graduate school in
art history or museum education. The focus of the work at HMA will be to
develop educational programs that connect European Art (from antiquity
to the dawn of the modern era, including the Kress Collection) and Arts
of the Philippines, and to broaden access to the collections for
students, Filipinos, Catholics, and other communities. The selected
candidate will report to the Curator of Education and work in
collaboration with curators and educators. The position is posted on the
HMA website: _http://honolulumuseum.org/362-jobs_and_internships_  and the job position is attached to this email. If you
know of anyone who might be interested, please forward this email or contact me for more information. Aloha,Betsy — Betsy Forrest RobbCurator of Education*HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART*900 South Beretania StreetHonolulu, Hawaii 96814808-532-6075brobb@honolulumuseum.orgMuseum website: www.honolulumuseum.org