Provide Exhibition Support
- Work closely with Foster Chair and Curator and invited artists to execute curatorial vision and related public programs including an annual public art event
- Provide technical and exhibition support for all MA, MFA, BFA, and Faculty exhibitions in Huret & Spector and Media Art Galleries
- Advise faculty and student exhibitors and campus users of the galleries on procedures for utilization
- Monitor bookings (w/Business Services) for the utilization of Huret & Spector and Media Art Galleries
- Document and digitally archive all exhibitions including generating images for social media, digital advertising and the website
- Manage all exhibitions installations and strikes
- Hire and monitor strike crews and hours of installation
- Manage receiving and shipping of all gallery deliverables including works of art
- Arrange for gallery maintenance and repair physical space and equipment
- Support technology needs of the exhibitions and related programming including management of equipment inventory and securing new equipment as needed.
- Coordinate with Foster Chair and Curator on all purchasing and payment needs
Supervise Student Staffing
- Hire, train and supervise student gallery monitors
- Arranging staffing of gallery for receptions and special events
- Submit time sheets in Workday (if permitted) every Monday
- Install and program curated selections on the Paramount Urban Screen LED wall
- In collaboration with Foster Chair and Curator coordinate and install select on campus exhibitions (eg. 14th floor Ansin exhibit) and other campus installations (eg. murals) as needed.
Grade of Position: T01N
Scheduled Weekly Hours:
Hourly Rate: $37.00
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