Arts Jobs

Collections Assistant – Part-Time

The Denver Art Museum is hiring several positions within the Collections Management Department’s on-call pool to aid in the safe movement, care and maintenance of collections. The collections include paintings, sculpture, textiles, ethnographic material, furniture, and paper objects. Positions will assist a team to reorganize, unpack, and safely move and track objects during transit to on-site and off-site storage locations. These positions will play a supporting role in the Collections Management division by implementing projects that maintain the museum’s goals of best practices. Positions are part-time, temporary and will run through the fall of 2021.

Security Officer

The Denver Art Museum is seeking candidates for the position of Security Officer within the Protective Services department. The Security Officer is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of the museum’s visitors, staff and volunteers while safeguarding and securing its physical assets, including its artwork and facilities.
This position is benefited and designated as flex full time and will work a variable schedule with an average of 30 hours a week.
The incumbent will receive on-the-job training to meet the requirements of the position, which include: responding to emergency situations, adherence to institutional policies, techniques for prevention and de-escalation, and use of security technology.
The starting salary for the position is $14/hr. A comprehensive benefit package includes medical, dental, and vision coverage, life insurance, 403(b) Retirement Plan, and RTD Eco Pass. To apply, please complete our online application and include a resume and cover letter that outline your interest and why you think you’d be a good fit for this role.

Executive Director

The Executive Director leads the independent not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, Breckenridge Creative Arts, chartered to develop and advance the creative vision for the Town of Breckenridge. Through its programs and operational management, Breckenridge Creative Arts enriches the creative experience of the town’s residents, enhances the experience of the ‘recreation’ visitor and attracts ‘creative’ visitors.

ArtLab Facilitator

Responsibilities and Duties:
The ArtLab Facilitator works in partnership with the Creative Programming Manager and community partners to successfully implement PlatteForum’s award winning youth program, ArtLab at both PlatteForum’s main office and at one to two other partner satellite locations.

About ArtLab:
ArtLab is an innovative year-round, out-of-school program for under-resourced high school youth that integrates the creative process and arts-based learning with academic, personal, leadership and professional skill development. As an intensive program, we are limited to 16 youth who go through a competitive application and interview process. Youth do not need to have an arts background. This program seeks youth who do not have access to learning through the arts and would benefit from structured immersion in the creative process.

ArtLab youth are involved in the creation and presentation of major works, mentored by professional artists, participate in workshops directed by visiting artists and participate in service-learning projects. All projects address social issues affecting their generation, which creates opportunities for youth to give voice to those issues and propels youth to become active members and catalysts for change in their communities. Through individual and group struggles, challenges, and obstacles, ArtLab interns learn to work together as a team, communicate, accept differences, and focus on completing a project/goal together. In the end, ArtLab youth create high-quality works of art and experience a sense of accomplishment, pride, and shared purpose.

ArtLab Responsibilities and Duties:
Create workshops collaboratively with the ArtLab interns, Creative Programming Manager and artists
Plan and implement ArtLab workshop curriculum
Coordinate with schools and partner organizations
Recruit ArtLab applicants, evaluate applications and select ArtLab cohort
Lead ArtLab workshops with artists and partner staff
Assist in recruiting artists for programming
Distribute and process pre/post evaluations and ArtLab paperwork
Mentor youth
Document workshops
Track and measure workshop outcomes and long-term ArtLab intern success
Oversee ArtLab Alumni program

Qualifications:
This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual with arts education and youth programming experience to grow and further develop a proven program.
Specific Requirements:
Preferred Bachelor’s degree in arts education, the arts or related discipline (individuals in the process of earning their degree, who have demonstrated experience, may be considered)
Proven success and experience in youth programming, curriculum design, measurement and reporting
Proven commitment to working with low-income and/or under-served youth from various backgrounds
Verbal and written understanding of Spanish or second language is preferred
Strong belief in art and creativity as an empowering tool for youth success
Involvement and/or interests in art, education, and/or the cultural community of the Denver-metro area
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work after-school hours and weekends during the school year and to work Monday – Friday during summer break (an average of 24 hours per week)
Proficiency in a Mac and Google environment and experience with Microsoft products for Mac (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc)

Non-exempt, 20 hour per week position: $14 to $18 per hour, rate is contingent on qualifications and experience
Benefits: Pro-rated paid time off (PTO), pro-rated health insurance, pro-rated holiday pay
Starting Date: early September 2019

Program Coordinator and Exhibits Manager

Under the general supervision of the Director of Programming and Community Engagement, this full-time, non-exempt position is responsible for supporting the successful development, coordination, and execution of the Art Students League of Denver’s (ASLD) adult and youth courses, community engagement program, exhibitions, and special events. Responsibilities include but not limited to scheduling adult and youth courses, planning, coordinating and installing exhibitions, collaborating with outside partners, and working to identify and deliver off-site programs. This position will work closely with ASLD staff, faculty, and students, as well as collaborate with local and national creative professionals.

Administrative Specialist

The administrative specialist is often the first point of contact for people interested in Lighthouse and the community it fosters. As such, it requires an energetic and friendly personality, superior listening skills, and patience. The ideal candidate will be very interested in literature and creative writing and will have extensive customer service experience. This person will also be very organized, possess the ability to manage multiple projects with a high level of attention to detail, and will be able to work well in a collaborative team atmosphere.

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