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Rachel Jump

Pronouns:

She/Her/Hers

Availability:

Available

Full or Part-time

Position Type:

Chicago

Illinois

United States of America

Years in the field:

6 – 10 Years

Areas of Expertise

Administrative Support, After-School Programs, Camp Programs, Curatorial/Collections, Development/Sponsorship/Institutional Advancement, Distance/Digital Learning, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion + Access, Education, Events, Exhibits development, Finance, Grants/Foundational Giving, Guest/Visitor Services, Information/Technology/Digital, Marketing & Communications, Membership Programs, Operations, Outreach and Public Engagement, Partnerships, Project Management, Professional Development, Social Media, Theaters, Youth/Teen Programs

Rachel Jump is an artist and arts administrator. She received her BFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2014. Her photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally, which includes Unseen Amsterdam Festival in The Netherlands, Filter Photo in Chicago, and dnj Gallery in Los Angeles. Her prints are held in collections at the Museum of Contemporary Photography and the RISD Museum, in addition to private collections. Rachel’s work has also been featured in various print and online publications, including DIE ZEIT, i-D Germany, Der Greif, The Photo Review, FotoRoom, Museé Magazine, and Fisheye Magazine. In 2018, FotoRoom named her as one of “Ten Female Photographers You Should Know”, and was also the winner of the FotoRoom OPEN Format Edition Prize. In 2020, she was recognized as one of the top "30 Under 30" Women Photographers by ARTPIL.

 

In the past, Rachel has worked in arts administration at the Art Institute of Chicago, the National Art School in Sydney, Australia, Mana Contemporary Chicago, and Filter Photo. She possesses exceptional organizational and management skills and communicates effectively with a wide range of people to successfully coordinate complex, deadline-driven projects, events, and programs. Rachel has managed operating budgets for departments, processed donations for institutional programs and art collections, and arranged travel accommodations for visiting lecturers and colleagues.