Chazen Museum of Art

Work Opportunities

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It is part of the Chazen Museum of Art’s mission to give UW–Madison students opportunities to learn about careers in the museum field. Students provide vital assistance in areas such as exhibition preparation, special events, membership and development, publications, administration, and retail. A work study award is preferred, but not required, for most student positions. Students from all backgrounds and academic disciplines are encouraged to apply.

Check the Student Job Center listings under “Arts” or “Work Study Required” for current opportunities at any time.


 

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Current openings

Associate Curator of American Art
This is a two-year full-time fixed-term non-renewable position from the commencement of employment, including 6-month probationary period. Exempt, Academic Staff. 
The Associate Curator of American Art, Decorative Arts, and Material Culture is responsible for supporting research related to the Chazen Museum of Art's collections of American art, decorative arts, and material culture to facilitate access for teaching, research, and public interest.
Applications close Feb. 20, 2020 at 11:55 p.m.

Click here to apply and for more information.
 


The museum is staffed by both classified and unclassified positions in curatorial, outreach, communications, publications, education, exhibition preparation, and administration.

Occasionally the staff needs people to help with limited-term projects, most often with exhibition and art installation.

Openings for either staff or limited-term employment will be listed here when available.

Visit the UW–Madison job listings for other campus opportunities.

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Chazen Museum of Art, 750 University Ave., Madison, WI

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