Artist/Educators for The Andy Warhol Museum develop and perform a wide variety of high-quality gallery and studio-based educational and interpretive programs that engage audiences of diverse backgrounds, learning styles, and abilities. Artist/Educators create and manage implementation of one or more new projects, or adaptations of/additions to, an existing project, per year. Their work is first reviewed/critiqued by the Education Team and then presented as part of the museum’s interpretive programs.
This position contributes actively and effectively to a creative, collaborative team-oriented work environment. Artist/Educators are practicing artists and educators, engaged in dialogue about contemporary art and culture in order to contribute new, fresh, thoughtful, experimental and researched ideas to the on-going process of interpreting Warhol’s art and life.
For Example: as an artist this may involve actively making and exhibiting artwork, and writing about or discussing artwork; as an educator this may involve learning about new education practice, always trying new ideas with audiences and presenting/writing about education practices.