Head of Public Programs

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About the Clark The Clark is a leading cultural institution and actively seeks employees who are energized and motivated by its dual mission as an art museum and a center for research and higher education, dedicated to advancing and extending the public understanding of art. The Clark's mission and its geographical location define three essential aspects of its character and identity: the quality of its art, the beauty of its pastoral setting, and the depth of its commitment to the generation of ideas. Clark employees enjoy the opportunity to live and work in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, a place of rich natural beauty, a dynamic environment defined by its deep cultural resources, and a region that is growing as both a center of innovation and a major tourist destination. Position Summary The Clark Art Institute is seeking a Head of Public Programs. This position is charged with unleashing the programming potential of the Clark, supporting and augmenting its diverse exhibition and educational offerings. Building on the Clark's decades-long tradition as a venue of fine, professional, and performing arts events, the Head of Public Programs will help the institution evolve by implementing innovative, thought-provoking programs related to the museum's permanent collections, temporary exhibitions, and topical issues of interest. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a strong background as a presenter of the performing arts and will relish the challenge of assembling a calendar of innovative, thought-provoking events within a museum setting. This position reports to the Chief Curator. Applications received before August 26 will be given priority. Major Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions) Serve as lead administrator for public programs at the Clark Art Institute. Research, develop, and execute a multifaceted set of public programs-including, but not limited to, lectures, concerts, theater and dance performances, film screenings, and nature walks-that highlight the museum's unique resources and that position the museum as a dependable hub for cultural programming in the Berkshires. Provide direct leadership for budgeting and contract negotiations. Establish and achieve goals for audience
About the Clark The Clark is a leading cultural institution and actively seeks employees who are energized and motivated by its dual mission as an art museum and a center for research and higher education, dedicated to advancing and extending the public understanding of art. The Clark's mission and its geographical location define three essential aspects of its character and identity: the quality of its art, the beauty of its pastoral setting, and the depth of its commitment to the generation of ideas. Clark employees enjoy the opportunity to live and work in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, a place of rich natural beauty, a dynamic environment defined by its deep cultural resources, and a region that is growing as both a center of innovation and a major tourist destination. Position Summary The Clark Art Institute is seeking a Head of Public Programs. This position is charged with unleashing the programming potential of the Clark, supporting and augmenting its diverse exhibition and educational offerings. Building on the Clark's decades-long tradition as a venue of fine, professional, and performing arts events, the Head of Public Programs will help the institution evolve by implementing innovative, thought-provoking programs related to the museum's permanent collections, temporary exhibitions, and topical issues of interest. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a strong background as a presenter of the performing arts and will relish the challenge of assembling a calendar of innovative, thought-provoking events within a museum setting. This position reports to the Chief Curator. Applications received before August 26 will be given priority. Major Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions) Serve as lead administrator for public programs at the Clark Art Institute. Research, develop, and execute a multifaceted set of public programs-including, but not limited to, lectures, concerts, theater and dance performances, film screenings, and nature walks-that highlight the museum's unique resources and that position the museum as a dependable hub for cultural programming in the Berkshires. Provide direct leadership for budgeting and contract negotiations. Establish and achieve goals for audience
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