2021–2022 Wassaic Project Programming Fellow Open Call

2021–2022 Wassaic Project Programming Fellow Open Call

This Deadline Expired: Tuesday, February 23, 2021

The Wassaic Project is looking for a 2021–22 Programming Fellow!

The Programming Fellow works alongside the Director of Artistic Programming, helping run the Wassaic Project’s year-round artist residency program, exhibitions, public programs, and special events. Special consideration will be given to those with experience in exhibitions and/or programming, and those who are also visual and/or performing artists.

The programming includes a year-round artist residency program, annual Summer Exhibition, and year-round exhibitions in the Maxon Mills Gallery, artist and critic lectures, virtual programs, summer and winter benefits, as well as three seasonal community events: the annual Haunted Mill, Opening Day, and Mill Warming. The Wassaic Project’s programming is expected to continue to grow in the next few years, and are looking for someone to help them evaluate successful programming and how to focus their energies to increase attendance and support for artists.

The Wassaic Project is an equal opportunity employer. They encourage candidates from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds to apply.

Primary Responsibilities

Qualifications Include

Key Characteristics

Reporting Structure:

Programming Fellow works closely with — and reports to — the Director of Artistic Programming and works collaboratively with the Co-Directors and other staff members.

Compensation/Expectation

Health insurance is not offered.

To Apply

Interested candidates should complete this Google Form and upload a single PDF that includes (in the following order):

Please email will@wassaicproject.org with any questions, and please put “Programming Fellow 2021” in the subject line. They will also be holding an info session about the position on Thursday, February 11.

Deadline

February 23, 2021, midnight ET

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