Since 2010, the Facebook Analog Research Lab has existed as a creative space for design and art making. It was founded on passion and hard work, not corporate initiative, and its continued existence is a reflection of Facebook's unique creative do-it-yourself hacker spirit.
The team, referred to as the Facebook Art Department, has scaled their operations alongside the company globally. This team continues to help make our corporate culture feel not-so-corporate through a number of programs they lovingly oversee. Art Programming & Partnerships role will lead efforts to push our uniquely inspiring creative culture to new heights from the perspective of building community through partnerships that bring our work closer to the communities outside our walls and make them more accessible to those inside our walls.
Our team consists of makers, curators, and producers seeded within the company who strongly believe in the value and power of art and design in society. We are committed to providing the space and resources to diverse artists to create original projects that push the boundaries of their respective practices and allow for exploration of new materials and ideas.
Sourcing, curating, and overseeing production for site specific art installations in key, strategic spaces
Organize and execute artist-led workshops, talks, presentations: develop and execute experiential opportunities for employees in conjunction with installations as appropriate
General art program liaison and resource: act as point person for presentations/tours/talking points for internal teams
Lead efforts to amplify and drive awareness for internal and external programs. Including working with Corporate Communications team to create an overarching strategy to gain visibility around program and increase and measure impact
Create content for distribution to promote programs via external channels
Experience in executing programs at scale
Proven experience to identify a problem or a gap and create an appropriate program or solution with organizational implications
Experience managing and developing teams
Leadership and interpersonal experience with experience building relationships with cross-functional teams
Experience with project management and strategic planning
Experience working in art and/or design organizations
Experience working in a growth company