The Tampa Museum of Art invites applications and nominations for the Richard E. Perry Curator of Greek and Roman Art. Home to one of the finest collections of classical antiquities in the southeastern United States, the Tampa Museum of Art has developed a reputation for the strength of its exhibitions, publications, and related programming. With this appointment, the Museum intends to build upon this tradition. This is a full-time permanent position.
The Richard E. Perry Curator of Greek and Roman Art will report to the Executive Director. S/he will be a vital member of curatorial team, working closely with the Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art as well as the Exhibitions and Collections Manager, the Exhibition Designer/Chief Preparator, the Curatorial Department Assistant, and two Museum Operations Assistants.
This role requires strong written and verbal communication skills, precise attention to detail, and the ability to communicate scholarly information to diverse audiences. The ideal candidate will work well both independently and as a collaborative and diplomatic team member. S/he should be highly motivated with a positive attitude, entrepreneurial bent and an active member of the Tampa Bay art community.