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Under the direction of the Manager of Community Arts, the Community Arts Initiative Liaison serves as the primary Museum educator for and liaison with one or more of the Community Arts Initiative’s partner organizations. Duties include, but are not limited to, supporting and facilitating use of the MFA as a resource for the CAI partner.
Essential functions include: work with the Lead Artist and the community partner organization’s staff to plan and lead tours in the Museum’s galleries in conjunction with the annual Artist’s Project; assist the Lead Artist in facilitating art making activities related to the project, and provide educational and logistical support to the Lead Artist as needed during project sessions; plan and implement MFA-related art activities at the community partner’s site, including parents’ nights and a variety of special projects; work with the community partner staff to jointly design art activities that are based on the MFA collection but are carried out at the community site during ongoing art making sessions; act as a liaison between the community partner organization and the MFA’s Community Arts Initiative in the planning and developing of new resources and programs at the community partner organization that might benefit and enhance Community Arts Initiative projects and help the community partner to better use the Museum as a resource.
Part-time; 1 - 17 hrs/wk; Varied schedule – available to work some evenings and holidays
Bachelor’s degree in Museum Education, Art Education or equivalent degree; 1 to 3 years of experience; demonstrated ability planning and leading art programs with children and families; excellent interpersonal skills; good organizational and communication skills; knowledge of computer programs, preferably Microsoft Office and Excel; valid driver’s license with good driving record, in order to drive the Community Van.
How To Apply:
For consideration, please submit your cover letter and résumé to: email@example.com. You may also submit your materials via postal mail to: Human Resources Department, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston is an Equal Opportunity Employer and seeks diversity in its workforce.