Full-Time Associate Educator – Studio and Artist Programs
Works closely with the assistant director of Learning Programs and Partnerships to develop and implement the interactive museum space The People’s Studio, including design and layout, interpretive text, Web content, hands-on activities, artist projects, resources, workshops, and conversation programs. Assists with hiring and training of facilitators and studio coordinator, and serves as their point of contact. Engages and liaises with workshop leaders and artist collaborators, as needed. Assists in planning production for long-term artist projects, including research, production schedules, and contracts. Serves as liaison with external partners and departments across MoMA. Works with colleagues in Learning Programs and curatorial departments to initiate, coordinate logistics for, and produce artist-led workshops and seminars. Gathers pertinent data, contributes to evaluation and report writing, and tracks expenses. Coordinates marketing efforts for Adult and Academic Programs and writes and edits promotional content. Reports to Assistant Director, Learning Programs and Partnerships.
Bachelor’s degree in art education, art history, or related, and five or more years programming experience in the field of art museums, galleries, or art organizations, with an emphasis on adult art education, contemporary art, or equivalent. Maintains a basic knowledge of modern art/artists. Experience in museum education, working with a range of audiences in an educational environment. Must be personable, flexible, intuitive, detail-oriented, organized, and skilled at working collaboratively and coordinating multiple detailed projects simultaneously. Demonstrated interest in interpretive programming. Experience executing public events, including workshops and gallery programs. Excellent writing and editing skills. Experience coordinating with a team of facilitators. Experience administrating efforts for marketing, communications, and social media. Familiarity with the latest literature and approaches on museum education and visual arts pedagogy. Ability to speak a second language helpful. Must be available on weekdays during regular business hours and occasional weekends and evenings as needed.
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