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CUE Art Foundation: Programs Manager

CUE Art Foundation is dedicated to creating opportunities for emerging and under-recognized artists, curators, and writers through exhibitions, public programming, and arts education.

Role description
CUE seeks an experienced, motivated individual to lead the programs team administering our programs. The Programs Manager will oversee exhibitions, arts education, and event planning, and contribute to the development of new CUE programs. We seek a candidate who shares our commitment to our values of access, diversity, equity, and inclusion and who brings a perspective that will contribute to the achievement of our mission.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to

EXHIBITIONS

  • Recruit guest curators and panelists, oversee and manage open call application process and panel review, organize and produce six solo exhibitions and one group exhibition annually

  • Organize exhibition-related programming in conjunction with artists

PUBLIC PROGRAMS

  • Produce a compelling, relevant schedule of public educational programs for Meeting Artists’ Needs (approx. 10-17 per year)

EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

  • Oversee the CUE Teen Collective program

ART CRITIC MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

  • Oversee ACMP coordinator and associate, provide support for program as needed

 OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop collaborative partnerships with other organizations and cultural institutions on new projects in order to increase public engagement with the organization and its artists

  • Work to develop and strengthen CUE’s impact on both the community at large and individual artists’ careers

  • Develop and manage program budgets

  • Manage two other staff members

  • Oversee graphic design – vendor and assets for promo materials and catalogues

Qualifications

  • Strong commitment to CUE’s mission and values.

  • Positive and flexible attitude.  Extremely organized and detail-oriented.  Enjoy managing multiple projects at one time.

  • Experience managing people and working with a diverse team

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills along with research and copy editing skills.

  • Minimum 4 years experience working in a gallery, museum, or non-profit environment in exhibitions or education departments.

  • Experience installing exhibitions and organizing events

  • Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office Suite.

    • Familiarity with Squarespace, Mailchimp, Zoom, YouTube Studio, and social media platforms is a bonus.

Hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-6pm with occasional additional evening hours for events and openings. We provide health insurance and a generous vacation policy.  Annual salary will be minimum of $50,000, depending on experience.

CUE is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating a more equitable visual arts community. Our values of equity, diversity, accessibility, and inclusion are integral to our mission to support emerging and under-represented artists. Individuals of diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

To be considered, please submit your application (resume, cover letter, and one writing sample up to 3 pages) to hr@cueartfoundation.org. No phone calls or walk-ins please.

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