Employment & Internships
Be a part of the Boise Art Museum and its nationally recognized, innovative, and high-quality educational programs for people of all ages! Our deliberate focus on accessibility and inclusivity across all areas of the Museum has helped us to become leaders in the museum field, where we have shared our knowledge with the local, regional, and national museum communities. Working at BAM, you will have the opportunity to design, develop, and implement cutting edge programs that support our belief in the power of visual arts to transform the lives of individuals and the community.
Boise Art Museum seeks an experienced Curator of Education to support its educational mission by managing the educational programs of the Museum for all audiences, working within the local, regional, and national educational spheres to facilitate programs that foster learning through high-quality, meaningful educational experiences with original works of art. Please send resume, education-focused writing sample, and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
4 – 5 years of experience developing, implementing and administering educational programs for an art museum. 3 – 4 years of art curriculum design and delivery children and adults. Competency with desktop computer, presentation software, spreadsheet software. Effective organizational, project management, and presentation skills. At least two (2) years of personnel supervision experience.
Master’s degree in art education, art history, and/or related field; or five to ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. The candidate should excel at working in a fast-paced and dynamic organization, and must have flexible availability to work weekdays, evenings, weekends, and holidays, as needed.
No in-person or telephone inquiries please.
There are no internships available at this time.