Director of School & Community Programs, LACMA

Director of School & Community Programs



Reporting to the Senior Vice President of Education & Public Programs, the
Director of School & Community Programs has oversight of all Education
department programs for school and community partners at the Los Angeles
County Museum of Art (LACMA), and supervision of staff who work on those

Some duties include: creates and implements programs for schools and
community partners, including meeting with school and community leaders to
develop programs; develops curriculum materials for school and community
programs; selects artists to work on school programs and approves the
selection of artists by staff working on these programs; oversees the
Education department’s training and ongoing coaching of all staff touring
and teaching in LACMA’s programs for students; evaluates and establishes a
process for evaluating programs on an ongoing basis; meets with school and
community leaders to develop collaborative programming; reviews program
content and written materials developed by staff working on school and
community programs and make recommendations for improvement; develops and
monitors program budgets; creates and reviews grant applications and

The qualified candidate will have a Master’s degree in Art History or Art
Education and at least 5 years of experience developing programs and
curriculum materials for students, selecting and supervising artists,
managing staff, working with school administrators and community leaders and
writing curriculum materials. A combination of related education, training
and teaching experience will be considered.

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