Manager of Operations and Special Projects - Lunder Institute of American Art at the Colby College Museum of Art

16 Jan 2020 3:25 PM | Anonymous member

Established in 2017 through the extraordinary gift of Peter and Paula Lunder, the Lunder Institute for American Art at the Colby College Museum of Art exists at the crossroads of scholarship and creative production, seeking to challenge received ideas and expand interpretive communities in the fields of American art history and creative practice. Our programs, partnerships, and initiatives forge connections and opportunities for scholars and artists that also benefit and enrich the Colby College community. Integrated into the academic mission of the College and the Museum, the Lunder Institute is a unique forum for supporting and convening visiting scholars and artists, Colby faculty and students, and local and global communities.

Reporting to the director of the Lunder Institute, the Manager of Operations and Special Projects manages and executes all administrative and operational aspects of the Lunder Institute’s day-to-day work and its full array of artist and scholar programs. The incumbent creates and implements effective project management and procedures for the Institute’s many programs to support its goal of being a leading voice in the fields of American art history and creative practice. The incumbent also identifies opportunities and develops processes to engage local and regional individuals and institutions whose work aligns with the mission of the Lunder Institute. We encourage inquiries from candidates who will contribute to the diversity of our College, including its cultural and ethnic diversity.

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