CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Samuel H. Kress Foundation Interpretive Fellow
Posted June 4, 2015 | Application Deadline June 30, 2015
The UMFA is seeking an enthusiastic, innovative, collaborative, and audience-minded aspiring museum professional to serve as Kress Interpretive Fellow. Under the supervision and mentorship of the Curator of Education, the Director of Education and Engagement, and the Curator of European, American, and Regional Art, the Interpretive Fellow will work with both the Education and Curatorial departments to create a variety of interpretive and educational materials centered on the UMFA’s European art collection.
Supported by a prestigious grant award from the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, the Fellow will help fulfill the Museum’s mission of inspiring critical dialogue and illuminating the role of art in our lives. The ideal candidate will be deeply committed to creating an outstanding visitor experience and to meeting the interests and needs of the UMFA’s diverse audiences both on campus and across the region.
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Application Deadline June 30, 2015.
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