The Museum seeks a Coordinator of Family Gallery Learning within the Division of Education. This position reports directly to the Associate Curator of Education for Family and Community Learning and coordinates all aspects of family programs such as: leading Sunday programs for children ages 3-10 and their families, teaching in the galleries and studios, planning and implementing special events, writing interpretive gallery materials, designing art activities, and supervising part time teaching staff and interns. Some general office work will be required.
The successful candidate will have a Master’s degree in art, art history, art education, or museum education with significant knowledge of current museum education practice and theory. At least 3-5 years Museum experience required. Excellent organizational, research, and writing skills. Must be able to stand for two hours at a time, lift 25 pounds without injury, and sit on low stools or the floor to interact with children. Weekend and evening work is required.
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