The Young Artists Exhibition (YAE) Program showcases student art created through the museum’s educational initiatives. Young Artists Exhibitions strive to publicly recognize and celebrate the achievements of students, teachers, and caregivers who understand the importance of studying and making art. In the tradition of Duncan Phillips, these exhibitions encourage the interaction between the museum and our communities’ young artists while fostering creativity, self-expression, and empowerment.
To coordinate and support all aspects of the Young Artists Exhibition Program and education department initiatives.
- Coordinates all aspects of 6-8 Young Artists Exhibitions per calendar year at the museum and offsite.
- Receives, processes, and maintains records and documents related to student artwork and exhibitions.
- Develops and maintains database of all student artwork.
- Handles arrangements for receiving and shipping student artwork.
- Creates checklists of student artwork including writing assignments.
- Develops student booklets and other printed materials (designing, compiling, editing, printing).
- Formats, coordinates, and installs wall text, object labels, and other exhibition graphics.
- Coordinates YAE receptions at the museum.
- Hires and works with contractors to prepare, install, and deinstall artwork and prepare exhibition spaces and materials onsite and at partner venues offsite.
- Maintains records of all YAE programs.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- B.A. in art history or fine arts or equivalent experience.
- Strong general office skills, including experience with computers for word processing, data entry, and databases and experience working with Photoshop and InDesign.
- Art museum or gallery experience with orientation toward exhibition design and installation process.
- Highly effective as team member and collaborator with strong interpersonal and communication skills.
- Understanding of current best practices in exhibition installation, materials, and tools.
- Ability to establish priorities, meet deadlines, and handle numerous assignments concurrently.
- Strong interest/experience in museum education programs with an emphasis on K-12 programs preferred.
- Some evening and weekend availability.
Part-time employees are eligible for the following benefits:
- Paid Holidays*
- 403(b) Retirement Program participation
- Pre-tax Transportation benefits through SmartBenefits
- Complimentary guest admission to museum (subject to availability)
- 20% discount at Museum Shop
- 10% discount at Museum Café
- Invitations to seminars, lectures, and special events
* Part-time hourly staff may receive holiday pay if the holiday falls on a day on which they are scheduled to work.
Hourly Rate: $13.89