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Position at Nasher Sculpture Center

From: John T. Campbell <jcampbell<-at->
Date: Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Sculpture Conservator
Nasher Sculpture Center
Dallas, Texas

Responsibilities: The Sculpture Conservator directs the conservation
program for the Nasher Sculpture Center and The Raymond and Patsy
Nasher Collection. S/He is responsible for the care, maintenance,
and treatment of over 340 works in the Nasher collection plus works
on loan to the Nasher as part of an extremely active exhibition
program.  These duties include: maintaining regular condition
surveys of the collection; working closely with curatorial and
registration staff on the packing, handling, and installation of the
collection and works on loan; researching conservation treatments as
necessary and carrying out such treatments or working with
professional consultants on treatments; management of annual budget,
as well as onsite and offsite conservation facilities; supervision
of interns and part-time staff; establishment, as priorities allow,
of regional conservation services for other collections; and
participation in publication, conference, and lecture activities.
The Sculpture Conservator reports to the Curator.

Job Requirements: Job requirements include a Masters degree in art
conservation, demonstrated skill in conservation treatments, good
analytical and problem solving skills, outstanding communication
aptitude with colleagues and public, good physical health, strong
self-motivation and also the ability to work well on a team, and at
least two years of professional experience in a museum or private
practice. To apply, please send CV, letter of interest, and three
references to Jed Morse <jmorse<-at->nashersculpturecenter<.>org>

EEO/AA.

The Nasher Sculpture Center is dedicated to exploring modern and
contemporary sculpture in all of its revolutionary artistic and
intellectual variety, and to fostering its appreciation, study, and
preservation through innovative and stimulating programs.
Established as the new public home to one of the finest collections
of modern and contemporary sculpture in the world, the Nasher
Sculpture Center features The Raymond and Patsy Nasher Collection,
which includes masterpieces by Calder, De Kooning, Di Suvero,
Giacometti, Hepworth, Kelly, Matisse, Miro, Moore, Picasso, Rodin,
Serra, and Turrell, among others, and continues to grow and evolve.
The Nasher Sculpture Center presents a dynamic slate of rotating
exhibitions of works from the Nasher Collection, as well as special
exhibitions drawn from other museums and private collections.

Located on a 2.4-acre site in the heart of the Dallas Arts District,
the Nasher Sculpture Center combines a 1.4-acre urban sculpture park
by landscape architect Peter Walker with an elegant, light-filled
55,000 square foot building designed by architect Renzo Piano to
provide extensive space for both indoor and outdoor installations
and additional museum activities and services.  In addition, the
Center contains an auditorium, education, conservation, and research
facilities, a cafe, and a store.


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