Eiteljorg Museum Seeks Thomas G. and Susan C. Hoback Curator of Great Lakes Native Cultures and Community Engagement

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Eiteljorg Museum Seeks Thomas G. and Susan C. Hoback Curator of Great Lakes Native Cultures and Community Engagement

   

The Eiteljorg Museum is currently accepting applications for the position of Thomas G. and Susan C. Hoback Curator of Great Lakes Native Cultures and Community Engagement. The Eiteljorg Museum recognizes the critical importance having Native/Indigenous knowledge and experiences represented within the institution to actively and accurately incorporate Native presence/voices in museum activities. The Curator of Great Lakes Native Cultures and Community Engagement works to build strong, active, and ongoing relationships with Native communities, to share their stories with diverse audiences through exhibits, public presentations and other opportunities for engagement. This endowed position is responsible for implementing the museum’s Great Lakes Initiative, which seeks to establish the museum as a resource for programs, projects, and information related to the Native arts, histories, and cultures of the Great Lakes region. As a member of the curatorial and education/public programs teams, the position collaborates and provides support across departments in fulfilling the museum’s mission “to inspire an appreciation and understanding of the art, history, and cultures of the American West and the Indigenous peoples of North America”. Applicants must be able to work legally in the United States.

See full job description here.

TO APPLY:

Please send cover letter and resume to personnel@eiteljorg.com with subject line heading to read: Hoback Curator. Faxed applications can be accepted at: (317) 275-1430.

Review of applications will begin in June 2022 and continue until position is filled. Please note that a job offer will be contingent on completion of a successful background check.