University Galleries are the University of San Diego’s primary exhibition venues. They include the Hoehn Family Galleries, the David W. May Gallery, the Fine Art Galleries, and the Humanities Center Gallery. These spaces offer a wide variety of exhibition and educational programs during the academic year for both on- and off-campus audiences. In addition, University Galleries manages two collections, one dedicated to print culture and printmaking, and the other a collection of Native American art and material culture.
The Hoehn Curatorial Fellow for Prints is a key contributor to the University Galleries’ team. Responsible for coordinating most exhibitions in the Hoehn Family Galleries, advising on aspects of the University Print Collection, and supervising student interns, the Fellow works 4 days a week on site, and is offered one research day to pursue independently their own scholarship or teaching at the University. A primary goal of the Fellow’s time at USD will be the production of an original, print-focused exhibition and publication that will advance the scholarly and museological reputations of the Fellow and University Galleries alike. The Fellow further assists the program by contributing to a wide range of strategic projects as assigned by the Director of University Galleries. Requires flexibility in a fast-paced office environment, occasional time commitments outside of the “9-5” workday, and the ability to respond to a variety of interpersonal situations with professionalism and empathy. We expect this team member to maintain a professional outlook consistent with the values and mission of the University. A demonstrated commitment to shared principles of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access is required. This position is term-limited and is envisioned for at least three years (but with the possibility of extension of up to another 12 months), based on the individual’s excellent performance in the role.
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