Develop innovative programming and interpretation for diverse audiences with attention to emerging forms of learning. Collaborate with museum colleagues to implement experimental strategies for digital initiatives, marketing, exhibitions, and visitor centered experiences in the museum. Identify opportunities to promote the museum's unique collections as a meaningful community resource.
Develops, supervises, and evaluates exhibition-related programming such as lectures, video/web series, symposia, gallery talks, etc., working in conjunction with curatorial and other relevant departments.
Develops and implements ongoing education programs for the diverse museum audience, which includes but is not limited to university and community audiences. Develops new approaches to enrich the visitor's museum experience.
Recruits and supervises the docent program to ensure that all volunteers are trained, motivated, and appreciated for the services they provide as volunteers.
Collaborates with the curatorial staff on the development of labels, didactics, gallery guides, and other interpretive materials for temporary and permanent collection exhibitions.
Curates the Learning Engagement gallery and the activity space.
Cultivates new and existing partnerships with other arts, cultural, education, and civic organizations at the museum or off-site.
Collaborates with the Director of communication on the promotion of educational programming. Works with Manager of Administration and Operations on departmental budget. Oversees the Faculty Advisory Board and Art Museum Ambassadors.
Performs related duties as assigned.
Required Education: Bachelor Degree OR an equivalent combination of education/job related experience, AND:
Detail oriented for accuracy of data and information
Highly organized and able to handle multiple projects and deadlines
Able to communicate well and build rapport quickly with students, faculty and staff
Able to work well with interdepartmental teams and initiatives
Must be able to supervise staff and communicate directions and expectations effectively
Composition and proofreading skills
Advertised Physical Requirements:
Master's Degree in related field preferred.
36 months in a museum education department
Experience developing exhibition related programming
Curatorial experience in education designated spaces
Knowledge of Macintosh computers.
Filemaker Pro and relevant software knowledge
Supervision: 1-5 Staff
Special Instructions: If you are selected as a final candidate for this position, you will be subject to The University of Oklahoma Norman Campus Tuberculosis Testing policy. To view the policy, visit https://hr.ou.edu/Policies-Handbooks/TB-Testing.
The University Of Oklahoma