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Museum Exhibition Designer

The person in this role will plan, organize, direct, and review the design and implementation of all AD&A Museum exhibitions, collection displays, and other spatial/graphic design projects. The Lead Exhibition Designer collaborates with the Director, Curators, and Advisory Committees on matters relating to the planning of exhibitions and museum acquisitions. They are responsible for other activities associated with the design, construction, and installation of exhibitions, including procedures, personnel administration, and budgetary expectations. The Lead Exhibition Designer designs all graphics for exhibitions (wall vinyl, labels, etc.) and coordinates exhibition graphics with Museum publications. They are responsible for supervising the museum workshop, storage and art handling areas, and art shipping and handling activities and functions as a consultant on problems involving the handling, storage, and display of works of art and artifacts. The Lead Exhibition Designer reports to the Museum Director (or Assistant Director), and supervises the Assistant Designer, Museum Preparator and student work crews, and casual employees hired to assist with exhibitions.

The successful candidate will be a team leader with a demonstrated knowledge of, and have practical experience utilizing best practices in art handling, exhibition design, matting and framing artwork, lighting, light construction, and woodshop safety. Excellent communication, staff management, critical thinking, problem solving, and multitasking are essential skills necessary for this position.

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