McEvoy Foundation for the Arts presents exhibitions, conversations, screenings, and public programs that engage and amplify the themes within the McEvoy Family Collection.
Reporting to the executive director, the exhibitions and public programs manager is responsible for organizing and implementing McEvoy Arts full artistic program. This program invites talented independent artists, curators, writers, filmmakers and other creative professionals to develop highly inventive and engaging exhibitions, lectures, film screenings, performances, and readings, and conversations that respond to the works in the McEvoy Family Collection.
The position manages all aspects of this program including identifying and procuring promising project proposals for review and selection by McEvoy Arts’ leadership, cultivating programmatic and audience-driven partnerships and envisioning new programmatic models, and working with curators and artists to organize impactful exhibitions and public programs that will engage and delight an expanding audience base.
The exhibition and public programs manager is a lead member of a small, but highly collaborative and productive management team. She/he/they guides and co-leads a support staff, technical support, external vendors, and other production team members.