Landau Fellow, Family Programs (Education Coordinator) - Museum of Modern Art
Reports to: Director, Family Programs and Initiatives
Oversees the administration, day-to-day coordination, registration, marketing, and reporting of weekend Family Gallery Talks, Family Art Workshops, and Family Films.
Coordinates The Samuel and Ronnie Heyman Family Art Lab facilitator schedules, orders supplies, and keeps Education staff informed of any issues that need to be addressed.
Helps develop content for future lab activities.
Works across the department to assist in the development and evaluation of Museum-wide resources for visitor engagement.
Works directly with the public, as well as with freelance educators, volunteers, and with departments across the Museum.
Leads Family Programs gallery talks and facilitates talks in The Samuel and Ronnie Heyman Family Art Lab as needed in order to gain a full understanding of the needs of educators and visitors.
Performs any other duties reasonably related to the functions described above.
Bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, or bachelor of fine arts in art history or art/museum education.
Expected to maintain a basic knowledge of modern art/artists during the fellowship.
Experience in museum education, specifically working with children and/or families in an educational environment.
Clear communication and writing skills.
Some museum teaching experience.
Ability to speak a second language helpful.
Must be available to work on one weekend day.
Personable, flexible and able to work collaboratively.
Detail-oriented, organized, and skilled at managing multiple projects simultaneously.
Length of Fellowship: Two years.
*Note: Please include a cover letter. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.*
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