Calling All Emerging, Mid-Career, and Senior Academic Curators and Instructional Designers!

March 14, 2021

A new national contemporary art and education nonprofit scheduled to launch in Spring 2021 is looking for emerging, furloughed, mid-career, and senior academic curators and instructional designers interested in earning extra income, gaining professional experience, and exercising established knowledge and leadership in the field of academic curation and arts education.

Founded in 2020, and anticipating a Spring 2021 public launch, our organization is currently reviewing applications on a rolling basis from a diverse team of art and museum educators and instructional designers who want to work closely with a start-up non-profit staff and an inaugural roster of internationally-recognized artists and collectives to develop engaging and innovative educational materials and/or provide hourly consulting assistance for teachers, administrators, and community leaders, among other prospective partners.

The organization exclusively features women, BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and social justice artists and collectives. The inaugural class of intersectional artists is focused on climate change and environmental justice. They have exhibited their work around the world and at some of the most prestigious contemporary art venues in the US. Additional cohorts of artists engaged in other important and timely themes will be introduced throughout 2021—#MeToo and contemporary feminisms, Black Lives Matter and white supremacy, decolonization, indigenous experience and rights, toxic masculinity and male supremacy, democracy, and others.

Selected educators will receive base honoraria and generous hourly consulting income and a unique professional experience working with a new model of nonprofit, higher education, and community arts education.  Diverse candidates are desired. MA and PhD candidates are sincerely welcomed. The organization does not tolerate sexual harassment, bullying, racial or identity-based discrimination of any kind.

Interested individuals should send a CV/resume to:

Dr. Natalie R. Marsh