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Job Posting: Curator of Academic Engagement, University of Wyoming Art Museum

Under the supervision of the Curator of Education and Statewide Engagement  the Curator of Academic Engagement facilitates use of the Art Museum’s collections for academic and teaching purposes. The Curator initiates, plans, and leads university class visits to the galleries and collection storage, and oversees various academic projects, such as faculty and student research collaborations and exhibitions. The Curator may supervise interns and teaching assistants in addition to scheduling and performing other associated research and administrative tasks.
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Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth Appoints First Associate Curator of Native American Art

Descriptive Terminology for Artworks on Paper

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Key Concepts of Museology, International Council of Museums

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Source: International Council of Museums [ICOM]

Academic Programs: Teaching and Learning with Collections of the Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, 2018

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University of Richmond Engagement Report, 2016-2017

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2016, American Alliance for Museums LGBTQ Alliance Welcoming Guidelines for Museums

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Smith College Museum of Art, Strategic Plan, 2017-2022

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College Student Writing Competition at the Harn Museum of Art

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Princeton University Art Museum Collections Cataloguer

3-Year Curatorial Residency at John Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries and University Museums

 Communications Specialist, Texas A&M Art Galleries


The Beautiful Brain – Grey Art Gallery, NYU

The Beautiful Brain: The Drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal

Upcoming Conferences and Symposia

College Art Association 106th Annual Conference, Los Angeles Convention Center, February 21–24, 2018

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Bootcamp 2018, a one-day unconfrerence

CAA’s Education Committee, with support of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, AHSC (Art Historians of Southern California), the University of Southern California, and CAA, has organized a SoTL Bootcamp, a one-day unconference to support members interested in the emerging field of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL).


The Detroit Institute of Arts, web-based Exhibition Planning Tool, Overview and Case Study

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