Assistant/Associate Curator of Drawings and Prints
The Morgan Library & Museum invites applications for the position of Assistant or Associate Curator in the Department of Drawings and Prints. The primary responsibility of this position is the care, growth, display, interpretation, presentation, and publication of a broad spectrum of the Morgan’s extensive and famous collection of fifteenth - through nineteenth-century drawings and prints, with a particular emphasis on the Dutch, Flemish, and German schools. In consultation with the department head, the assistant/associate curator is responsible for organizing in-house and loan exhibitions featuring this and/or related material. The assistant/associate curator should also be able to conduct research on other parts of the department’s holdings of drawings before 1900 and to participate in exhibitions and projects in other fields and media. The assistant/associate curator will lecture on the collection as required and will participate in the planning and content of symposia, scholars’ days, and other programs organized under the auspices of the Morgan’s Drawing Institute. Participation in the administrative tasks associated with the functioning of the curatorial department is required; this will include responding to scholarly and public inquiries related to the collection and attending meetings or serving on committees as necessary; collaboration with other departments at the Morgan and with other institutions is a fundamental aspect of the position. The position reports to the Charles W. Engelhard Curator, the Head of the Department of Drawings and Prints.
Relevant research areas: Western Europe[ssba]
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