Title Visual Arts & Community Programs Coordinator
Organization Texarkana Regional Arts and Humanities Council
Closing Date
Location Texarkana, TX
Information

SUMMARY
The Texarkana Regional Arts & Humanities Council, Inc. (TRAHC) is an equal opportunity employer seeking a Visual Arts & Community Programs Coordinator with a background in collections & curation, museums education, and/or community programs.

TRAHC’s Visual Arts & Community Programs Coordinator supports the development, administration, and operations of TRAHC’s year-round exhibitions and community programs in collaboration with the full TRAHC team, as well as local & regional partners.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The below break out of responsibilities and others as programming evolves, as part of a positive and productive team working towards “growing people & community through the Arts”:

Visual Arts/Exhibitions:
● Manage, acquire and curate all exhibitions in the Regional Arts Center, including: Secure Galleries (national & touring exhibits), Open Galleries (local & regional exhibits), Education Gallery, the ArtWall, the Annual International Juried Exhibition & the Annual Student Juried Exhibition
● Maintain and use online judging system
● Recruit & train Docents
● Facilitate school and scheduled Regional Arts Center tours

Community Programs:
● Expand audience reach & TRAHC impact via strategic program planning with target audiences & local community needs in mind
● Develop and coordinate community art experiences (i.e. camps, workshops, Drop In Art sessions, classes, etc.) & cultural/humanities events
● Collaborate with Executive Director and Education Team on innovative use and oversight of facilities, equipment and supplies: Art classes, ArtWall, etc.

Communication:
● Communicate and collaborate with Marketing Coordinator on advertising and promotion
● Serve as liaison with local/regional artists & community partners
● Keep TRAHC & community calendars up to date
● Report on programming at Staff Meetings for cross-promotion and needs awareness

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position directly manages part-time support staff, instructors, and interns.

QUALIFICATIONS:
The ideal candidate must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, ability and skill required.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
Minimum qualifications include:
● Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Arts or Design; Master’s Degree preferred.
● Experience in exhibitions and curation.
● Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Mac platform essential; Google Suite preferred; Adobe Creative Suite preferred; and Call for Entry, online art judging system, preferred.
● Project management and/or museum education experience a plus.

HOW TO APPLY
Applications are available at www.trahc.org/employment. Please submit application with a professional resume and cover letter highlighting your relevant experience to artsinfo@trahc.org.

Website http://www.trahc.org/