The Photographic Resource Center (PRC) at Boston University is seeking a temporary Program and Exhibitions Manager to manage the PRC’s extensive fall 2013 photographic arts programming and to take a leading role in fundraising events. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. We hope to have the position filled before September 3. Not yet determined if position is 4 or 5 days/week. The PRC would like for this to be permanent position but it should be understood that it is a temporary position and employment beyond fall programs cannot be guaranteed.

Major Responsibilities:
Maintains and manages overall program schedule, budget, and operations of PRC public programs and exhibitions.

Responsible for implementation of exhibitions including contracts with artists, budgets, installation, de-installation, and shipping logistics. Supervises an art preparator to install exhibitions.

Public Programs
Plans, coordinates, implements, and evaluates the following PRC programs: Responsibilities primarily include contracts, budgets, promotion, scheduling, artist correspondence, and evaluation when necessary.
(Note: it is the not the Program Manager’s responsibility to determine the speakers, workshop leaders, etc. This decision will primarily be made by the PRC Executive Director in consultation with Program Manager.)

PRC Gala/Auction
Manages logistics and operations of PRC Benefit Gala and Auction. Corresponds with and maintain records on artists, galleries, and collectors. Assists with fundraising aspects (sponsorship, etc.) Monitors receipt of all incoming and outgoing art. Participates in PRC Auction Committee.

Communications Responsibilities
Contributes text to website, e-newsletter, and other PRC communications including social media in regards to programs, exhibitions, gala, and auction.

Volunteer Management
Arranges for volunteers to assist in PRC program.

PRC Print Sales
Responsible for record keeping and shipping of print sales through ArtNet and other methods of selling PRC prints. Assists ED in print sales

Time Commitment
Must attend and supervise periodic programs outside of standard daytime hours. This includes receptions, lectures, Nights at the PRC, some workshops, and fundraising events. Periodically attends other program related events.



BA/BFA and demonstrated success in previous arts management position required. Arts management degree helpful. Must be willing to work in a fast-paced nonprofit arts environment and communicate and work well with staff, members, artists, and the public. Excellent writing and editing skills required.



How To Apply:
Qualified candidates should email resume and cover letter to Glenn Ruga, Executive Director, Subject of email must be: Program and Exhibition Manager Application



Competitive with small nonprofit arts organizations.



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