Exhibitions Manager

Employer    UCR ARTSBlock

Location    Riverside, CA

Job Type   Full-time

Salary    $47,126 - $75,836 Annually

Deadline   open until filled

Position Description

ARTSblock is the California Museum of Photography (CMP) and the Culver Center of the Arts, which also houses the Sweeney Art Gallery. The California Museum of Photography has more than 500,000 photographs, photographic artifacts, and apparatus. This collection serves to promote understanding of photography and visual media by providing access and context to one of the largest and most comprehensive photographic resources in America. The CMP contains four interlinked collections: the Bingham Technology Collection, the Keystone-Mast Collection, the University Print Collection, and the Study Center Library Collection. Of these, the Bingham Technology Collection holds over 10,000 items, making it the second largest camera collection in America, while the Keystone-Mast Collection is the world's largest stereographic collection of over 400,000 original stereoscopic prints and original glass negatives. Collection projects have regularly been funded by the NEA, NEH, corporations, and foundations.

Reporting to the Senior Curator at the California Museum of Photography, and working collaboratively with all ARTSblock curators, exhibition design team, registrar, and the Director of Museum Education & Outreach, the Exhibition Manager will provide key logistical support for all exhibitions developed at both the California Museum of Photography and the Sweeney Art Gallery. The Exhibition Manager will work closely with the curatorial team on the development and execution of exhibitions and related projects including the coordination of incoming traveling exhibitions, supporting the development of exhibition-related publications such as brochures and catalogues, and drafting and coordinating exhibition tour proposal materials. The Exhibition Manager will represent ARTSblock to the outside community, in particular in conversation with artists, galleries, and donors, and will interact frequently with visitors, scholars, and students, including giving exhibition tours and public talks.