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Senior Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs

The Senior Curator oversees the Museum’s collections of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs and the work of the department’s curatorial staff, including, but not limited to, collections planning and development, research, installations, exhibitions, publications, acquisitions, deaccessioning, loans, etc. As a member of the Museum’s curatorial staff, the Senior Curator is expected to participate in all aspects of the work of the Museum to enable it to fulfill its mission and to maintain the highest standards of scholarship, connoisseurship, and professional practices in the field.

Your diverse background includes…

- Ph.D. preferred but not required, with a minimum of ten years of relevant experience in the field, including some administrative and managerial experience.
- Broad familiarity with the graphic arts and, more specifically, a detailed knowledge of the history of prints, or drawings, or photographs.
- A proven record of research and curatorial achievement (e.g., the development and coordination of exhibitions, the acquisition of works of art, and collections research) in her/his specific field of interest.
- Demonstrated ability to work successfully with others—museum staff, volunteers, and diverse public constituencies—to achieve institutional objectives.
- Broad knowledge of museum practices in the related fields of education and public programs, conservation, collections management, budget management, marketing, and development and external affairs.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Ability to work with databases, word processing, and other computing tools that the staff is expected to use on a regular basis.

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