Assistant Director of University Arts Engagement
The Assistant Director of University Arts Engagement co-leads our efforts to enhance arts engagement efforts by working in partnership with faculty, students, and staff and other partners from across the University and the city to develop, enhance, and support collaborative arts projects and programs that contribute to the creative environment at the University and support the artistic work of our students and faculty. The Assistant Director is a key member of the Logan Center programming team and develops sustainable partnerships with UChicago departments and faculty; and collaborates closely with university and non-University based arts partners. The Assistant Director leads the Logan Center’s student arts engagement efforts and provides oversight for the UChicago ArtsPass program and other key on-campus programs. The Assistant Director will provide direct support in the planning, scheduling, communication, implementation, staffing, and documentation of these efforts. The Assistant Director plays a leadership role in the coordination and event management of a number of programs co-presented by the Logan Center including residencies, exhibitions and performances. This position also works very closely with marketing and communications around efforts of engagement, outreach and audience development. The Assistant Director reports to the Senior Director for Programming and Engagement at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts.
- Minimum Required Qualifications include:
- A college or university degree in related field
- Knowledge and Skills developed through a minimum of 2-5 years of work experience in a related job discipline
- Preferred Qualifications include:
- Graduate degree, preferably in arts or arts administration field
- Five years of arts administration
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