Arts Jobs

Executive Director

The ideal candidate will combine strong Library Science expertise with exceptional
leadership, interpersonal and administrative skills. Strong management experience in
other areas will be considered. Must have excellent written and verbal communication
skills, strong presentation skills, and the ability to maintain composure and
professionalism in stressful and/or difficult situations. Strong organizational skills and
the ability to multi-task are required. Individual must be self-directed, highly organized,
flexible, detail oriented, and have the ability to manage information and data in a strictly
confidential manner. Critical thinking, developing solutions and improving existing
programs to meet the ever-changing needs of the organization are an important aspect
of this position. Individual must have extensive experience with employee relations.
Valid Driver’s License at time of appointment and throughout employment.

Interpretive Specialist

Create welcoming, engaging and dynamic installed, in gallery and digital experiences for visitors of all ages and abilities with a focus on the arts of Asia, Africa and Oceania.

Digital Communications Associate

This employee should enjoy taking initiative to create social media content and will need to coordinate, plan, and create it on an ongoing basis. He/she must also have strong writing skills and attention to detail, as well as a good understanding of photography, photo shoots, and Photoshop. Experience with video editing is a plus. Other miscellaneous marketing department duties are occasionally required.

Candidates should wish to work in an environment with high standards and a desire to always strive and improve projects and processes. This position interfaces with many students and artists to create content and collaborative skills and professionalism are key. Springs and summers are fast-paced; schedule flexibility and commitment are important.

This employee works integrally with a five-person marketing and public relations team. Collectively the department’s goal is to enhance the international reputation of the institution, communicate beautifully with all constituencies, and meet budget and attendance goals for each event.

Mellon Fellow – Textile Conservation

The Denver Art Museum is inviting applications for a two-year, full-time, fellowship in the conservation of its textile collections. The museum continues its focus on fashion and textile art as it prepares to re-open galleries in its newly renovated North building and is poised to offer excellent advanced-level training in textile and fashion conservation and display.

Group Reception Associate, Part Time

 Manages on-site reception for all youth group visitors
 Coordinate tours upon arrival

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