Executive Director and Chief Curator

Syracuse University seeks a dynamic and experienced arts administrator for the position of Executive Director and Chief Curator (EDCC) of the Syracuse University Art Museum (SU Art Museum). The EDCC will be a collaborative leader who articulates and advances the vision, mission, and values of the SU Art Museum and its programs while supporting the shared strategic priorities of Syracuse University. The EDCC will lead the strategic initiatives of the museum and be committed to inclusion, diversity, equity, and access in advancing the museum’s mission.

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2023-24 Faculty Fellows

The Syracuse University Art Museum Faculty Fellows Program supports innovative curriculum development and the fuller integration of the museum’s collection in university instruction. Now in its second year, the program focuses on object-based teaching and research, consisting of a three-day intensive workshop, followed by Faculty Fellows presentations. Each Faculty Fellow will receive a $3,000 stipend or research subsidy, a hands-on introduction to the collection by museum staff, and ongoing curricular support. Fellows will be expected to develop a museum visit lesson plan and at least one object-based student assignment to be integrated into their teaching in the 2023-2024 academic year.

See  Program Description and Call for Applications for more information on the program. The deadline to apply is 5:00pm (EST) on April 14, 2023.

Ecology & Climate Doctoral Summer Intern: Summer 2023

The Syracuse University Art Museum, in partnership with the Graduate School, seeks a self-motivated, organized, and disciplined individual to serve as an Ecology & Climate Doctoral Summer Intern. This individual will work closely with the museum’s curator and educator, along with other museum staff and undergraduate interns, to research the collection and to create finding aid(s) for artworks in the museum’s collection that relate to ecology and climate. The finding aid(s) will be developed with an eye toward integration into the curricula of current courses at SU related to ecology, climate, and the environment, and will be shared with faculty and graduate students across the university. In addition, the finding aid(s) may be integrated into programming and teaching related to an upcoming Spring 2024 exhibition that will focus on contemporary art related to climate change.

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Program Assistant (temporary)

The Syracuse University Art Museum is seeking a Program Assistant to aid in museum event planning, execution, and promotion; scheduling and greeting classes and group visits: marketing and communication, as well as general administrative tasks. The Program Assistant will serve as the main museum staff contact for special events and planned visits. Occasional night and weekend hours required as needed. Please visit the job posting for more information and to apply.