Assistant Director: Media Relations, American Repertory Theater | Harvard University

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Cambridge, MA, US

Reporting to and working closely with the Director of Marketing and Communications, this position will manage the daily operations of media and public relations including the handling of external inquiries, media requests, and public relations issues and opportunities in order to promote A.R.T. productions and messaging. This position plays a key role as the primary liaison with internal and external constituents to promote topics including seasonal programming, special events, major gifts, incoming staff, and more. Collaborates with the Director of Marketing and Communications and others to develop and implement strategies, policies, and procedures for effective organizational communication, conferring with external public relations consultants as needed.

Exhibitions Project Manager | Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

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New York, NY

The Museum of Jewish Heritage- A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is looking to hire an Exhibitions Project Manager. S/he will coordinate (project manage) collections and exhibition projects at MJH, and maintain appropriate files and databases for these projects.

Cunningham Curatorial Fellow in Japanese Art | Harvard University

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Cambridge, MA

The Cunningham Curatorial Fellow conducts object-based research and scholarship on the Japanese Collections of the Harvard Art Museums, with a focus on the collection of Edo period paintings promised to the Harvard Art Museums by Robert S. and Betsy G. Feinberg. Under the supervision of the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Associate Curator of Asian Art, the Fellow works to improve cataloguing data, and researches and prepares interpretive exhibition and publication materials.

Scenic Carpenter, American Repertory Theater | Harvard University

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Cambridge, MA

Under the supervision of the Technical Director and ATDs, the Scenic Carpenter participates in fabrication, delivery, installation, repair, striking, and the transfer of scenery for A.R.T. production obligations. The Scenic Carpenter is one of four like positions that occasionally share additional maintenance, safety, and improvement projects to the scene shop, A.R.T. performance spaces, the A.R.T. warehouse and satellite storage locations, rehearsal halls, and other production related facilities. The individual in this position works within safety guidelines and to a standard of quality which are in turn to be promoted among peers in the organization. The position functions independently on projects, as a project lead (of a component of a larger picture) by coordinating the efforts of contingent employees and peers, and in support of other project leads.

Museum Installer / Art Handler: Art Study Centers | Harvard University

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Cambridge, MA

Reporting to the Study Centers Manager, the Museum Installer/Art Handler will be responsible for the safe movement and display set-up of artwork in the collection for Harvard faculty, students, as well as, museum visitors in a study environment. This public facing position will monitor classes and appointments in all of the Harvard Art Museums’ facilities, engaging with all visitors in a professional and courteous manner.

Mellon Foundation Fellowships | National 9/11 Memorial and Museum

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New York, NY

In Fall 2017, the 9/11 Memorial Museum will award two Andrew W. Mellon Foundation post-doctoral fellowships to qualified candidates whose scholarly work reflects an engagement with issues related to or emerging from the 9/11 attacks. Eligible fields of study include: American studies, anthropology, architectural history, area studies, art history, cultural studies, education, history, intelligence studies, international relations, literature, memory studies, military history, museum studies, performance studies, political science, psychology, religion, sociology, or related fields.

Director: Arizona State University Art Museum | Arizona State University

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Tempe, AZ

Arizona State University Art Museum, part of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, seeks a new director as we reinvent the university art museum. The director will provide innovative, aspirational leadership for the museum and surrounding art community, and will represent the ASU Art Museum nationally and internationally. This is a full-time appointment with an administrative assignment; type of appointment (clinical professor, professor of practice) dependent on experience.

Manager: Museum Education Programs | Brown University

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Providence, RI

The Manager of Museum Education Programs manages the school program budget, writes and/or contributes to writing grants, as needed, to expand the quality or number of the Museum’s programs and Education offerings,

Collections Assistant, National Museum of African Art | Smithsonian Institution

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Washington, D.C.

This position is located in the National Museum of African Art (NMAfA). The Museum is a leading research and reference center for the visual arts of Africa. The Museum fosters public understanding and appreciation of the diverse cultures and artistic achievements of Africa from ancient to contemporary times. The Conservation Department is responsible for the care, preservation, and documentation of all works of art at the Museum, whether from the Museum’s permanent collection or on loan from other institutions. The purpose of this position is to serve as a Collections Assistant providing technical and administrative support work to the NMAfA Collections and Facilities and Conservation Department staff in connection with the management and physical care of the Museum’s collection.

Museum Specialist / Associate Conservator of Frames | National Gallery of Art

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Washington, D.C.

This position is located within the Office of the Deputy Director (DD) Preventitive Conservation Division (DCL-PV) of the National Gallery of Art. The purpose of the position is to perform major and minor treatments on frames owned by the National Gallery of Art, including the preparation of frames for the permanent collection, exhibitions and travel.