Los Angeles, CA
Reporting to the Senior Vice President of Education and Public Programs, the Community Engagement Assistant provides administrative support to implement programs for the Irvine Foundation grant funded community engagement program. This position will assist the Community Engagement Manager with programs related to exhibitions, art workshops, talks and community meetings related to LACMA’s permanent collection and community interests.
Some duties include: schedules routine meetings with community members, Senior Vice President of Education and Public Programs, Community Engagement Manager, and LACMA staff; assists with exhibition installations including preparing paperwork, arranging shipments, working with curators to borrow works of art, and facilitating the installation of artwork; assists with scheduling and hiring of speakers for talks at the museum and in the community; hires artists, orders supplies, works with community members to secure spaces, and assists with program implementation; processes payments and tracks expenses; keeps statistics and assists with preparing reports.
The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Art History, and two to three years of experience in a museum or cultural institution. Experience working with community members is preferred.
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