Curator of Education – Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts

This Deadline Expired: Monday, November 2, 2015

Deadline November 1: The Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts (, a dynamic non-collecting contemporary art center located on the Riverfront Wilmington in Wilmington, Delaware, seeks a skilled and experienced museum educator and administrator who will lead new and ongoing programmatic and strategic initiatives that meet the DCCA’s evolved mission exploring the intersection of art, technology, and design.
Position Summary
The position reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for leading the learning and engagement initiatives at the DCCA. The Curator of Education works closely with the Curator of Contemporary Art and Education Associate to guide and implement the Center’s on-site, community outreach, and digital/distance programming, identifying and facilitating new educational opportunities and methodologies in the exploration of contemporary creative practice for audiences of all ages and interests. School and family programs, community-based initiatives, teacher and scholarly symposia and professional development, and standards-based curriculum development relating to the contemporary arts and the creative process are among this position’s most significant tasks. The Curator of Education will work across departments with members of the curatorial, visitor services, marketing, and development departments, to ensure that the needs of all constituents are considered, identified, and met.
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