The Phillips Collection, America’s First Museum of Modern Art, is one of the premier collections of Impressionist, modern, and contemporary art. Created by the visionary collector Duncan Phillips when he opened his home to the public in 1921, the museum’s intimate environment encourages people to make personal connections with art. Its permanent collection contains more than 5,000 works. The museum organizes numerous traveling exhibitions that expand scholarship and, combined with an active lending program, makes its works available to audiences throughout the world. The museum also produces some of the industry’s most effective and in-depth education programs for teachers and students. Its long-standing music program attracts top classical performers. The Phillips Collection is a privately-supported, not-for-profit organization that raises over 75% of its annual budget through contributions and earned revenue.
The Phillips is currently seeking an Exhibitions Coordinator to join our team. The Exhibitions Coordinator will coordinate and communicate with museum departments and outside parties regarding all aspects of special exhibitions, including tracking and maintaining special exhibition project schedules, processing and organizing project budgets and documentation, tracking budgets and facilitating team members in adhering to and managing project and other schedule deadlines. In this position, the Exhibitions Coordinator will work collaboratively across numerous departments.
To view the full job description and to apply visit https://www.phillipscollection.org/about/employment
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