Founded in 1987 by artists, Artspace New Haven centers on community-building and education while providing a platform to present the work of visual artists in the city of New Haven. Artspace’s exhibition and commissioning programs encourage experimentation and civic discourse while fostering an appreciation for the vital role artists play in improving our community.
The Deputy Director for Exhibitions and Programs will work closely with the Executive Director and other members of the staff to advance Artspace’s mission, to execute and develop support for its exhibitions and programs, and to meet the goals of its strategic plan. The Deputy Director is expected to be an active and visible member of the local and national art communities, and to participate in the overall institutional advancement of Artspace and its programs. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the incumbent is responsible for the conception, execution, oversight, and quality of several internally generated exhibitions, programs, and publications.
The Deputy Director is considered to be a subject matter expert with extensive practical knowledge of trends and best practices for artist support, exhibition development, educational programming, community outreach, marketing, public relations, and fundraising. They will provide leadership, strategic vision, and managerial oversight for the museum’s curatorial and audience engagement while facilitating a satisfying and inspiring workplace culture and a highly engaged, high-performance team.
The Deputy Director for Exhibitions and Programs is a full-time, exempt position.
Reports to: Executive Director
Works closely with Gallery Assistant, Communications Manager, Development Assistant
Schedule: In-person and remote work
Salary: $75000.00 to $85000.00 (Annual)