Director of Education

March 23, 2022
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The Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton, New Jersey, is seeking a Director of Education.

A contemporary art museum that has a particular interest in work that explores the intersection of art, craft, and design, HAM was founded in 1952 and is housed in a nineteenth century mill that is on the National Historic Register.

The Director of Education plays a leading role in creating the vision and strategy for growth and sustainability of the Department. The Director of Education will be coming to HAM at an exciting juncture, joining a team that is in the process of exploring ways to broaden our community through new programs. The ideal candidate will bring a fresh vision that will further develop the Museum’s studio school and public activities with innovative and compelling programs. The Director of Education reports directly to the Executive Director

The Director of Education oversees a studio program that includes more than 200 classes and workshops for children and adults including classes for those with developmental disabilities; a very active summer art camp; school and community programs; and interpretive programs such as docent-led tours, gallery talks, artist demonstrations, and written family guides. ArtZone, a drop-in space where visitors can create is also under the purview of the Education Department.

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Requirements

Hunterdon Art Museum is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diverse cultural and social perspectives. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.

Please send a resume and cover letter to [email protected] with Education Director as the subject.

Vaccinations are required of staff.  HAM provides reasonable accommodations absent undue hardship, to employees with sincerely held religious beliefs, observances, or practices that conflict with getting vaccinated or because of a disability that is a contraindication to the COVID-19 vaccine.

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