Reporting to the Director of Education, Engagement, and Learning of the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, the Public Practice and Community Partnerships Manager provides leadership in the design and delivery of exceptional and innovative learning opportunities that expand the understanding of art’s impact on the public sphere, and that grow and enrich the relationship of the museum with its surrounding communities, the region, and the state. The manager centers broad audience engagement and impactful programs for the communities the museum is committed to serving for the betterment of civic life in the region, and explores philosophical, cultural, and ethical ideas in how the public sphere can be a space of practice and engagement for artists and communities.
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