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Reginald F. Lewis Museum Seeks Director of Development

Position Summary

The Director of Development (DOD), a member of the senior management team, reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for leading and overseeing all aspects of the museum’s Development, Marketing & Communications, including Board of Trustees activities, in collaboration with the Executive Director. The Development Department develops a strategic approach to fundraising, grant opportunities, donor cultivation and endowment growth in an effort to increase the financial position and sustainability of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum. In partnership with the Executive Director and the Board of Trustees, s/he will develop and manage relationships with stakeholders and key constituents of the museum. The Director of Development will serve as the key Board liaison and will participate in regular Board and standing committee meetings of the Board of Trustees. S/he ensures that the museum’s communication strategy reflects the mission, strategic direction and position of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.

Reginald F. Lewis Museum Seeks Exhibition Designer

Job Description

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture seeks a talented Exhibition Designer to design all phases of exhibition production in order to deliver an excellent museum experience for visitors. The ideal candidate will be highly creative and have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in museum related exhibit design, implementation and management. Must have a demonstrated ability to manage, produce, improve and repair both interactive and non-interactive exhibits. The Exhibition Designer, who reports to the Associate Curator, will budget and manage the design process from inception to implementation as well as develop and lead internal and external design teams, if any. Works in collaboration with museum staff, especially the Director of Education, Registrar and Collections Manager, Associate Curator, and the Executive Director who functions as the Chief Curator.

Immediate Need for an Experienced Art Installer / Handleri

KRAMER INSTALLATION INC. - Fine Art Services is looking for an Experienced Art Installer / Handler. Full time and part time positions will be considered.

Installing / Packing / Transporting Artwork. This position will be responsible for residential and commercial installations. Looking for someone with a good eye for art placement. Experience installing gallery walls and photo collages a plus.


Reginald F. Lewis Museum Seeks Coordinator of Public and School Programs

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum is seeking a Coordinator of Public and School Programs. The Coordinator is responsible for assisting with the development and implementation of all public programs, school groups and tours, assisting with the development and teaching of education programs, as well as training and coordinating program-related volunteers. The Coordinator of Public and School Programs will report to the Director of Education and Visitor Services. 

Creative Alliance seeks Lantern Workshop Coordinator

Job Title: Lantern Workshop Coordinator
Grade Levels: K-8th grade
Classification: Part-Time, Non-Exempt, Temporary Employee or Contractual
Reports to: Education Director
Compensation: $3600; $15/hour for 240 hours
Dates: June 17 to November 8, 2019


Reginald F. Lewis Museum Seeks Visitor Services & Museum Shop Associate

The Visitor Services & Museum Shop Associate is a part-time customer services position in the Education & Visitor Services Department of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture, Baltimore, Md. The Associate carries out reliable and effective front line aspects of visitor services: greeting and reception, admissions, program registration (as needed), statistics, and information and public safety. The Associate also handles sales in the Museum Shop as needed.

Jubilee Art's Youth In Business seeks Program Manager

Seeking program manager for Jubilee Art's Youth In Business Program (YiB). This program cultivates the entrepreneurial leadership skills of high school aged youth by providing hands on experience operating an art-based business. Through the Youth in Business design collective, youth learn how to run a successful business as a team, selling high quality art products achieving cooperative financial sustainability for youth business owners. Youth are supported in leadership development within the program in addition to career and higher education planning support to provide youth long term economic independence.

CAC AmeriCorps at MICA now accepting applications for 2019-20

The Community Art Collaborative (CAC) AmeriCorp program at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) was created in 2004. Since 2004, about 130 CAC members have worked with 40 different host sites. Their service expands the ability of their host sites to reach more Baltimore residents and engages thousands of neighbors in community art projects. In particular, CAC helps youth participants achieve in school by fostering creativity and critical thinking.

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