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Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (iMOCA)
Founded in 2001, iMOCA is the leading Indiana institution focused entirely on showcasing art being
made today by practicing contemporary artists. Its mission is to bring contemporary art exhibitions
and programs to the community, to stimulate minds and inspire new discoveries, and to
demonstrate vital connections between visual culture and everyday life. This mission is brought to
life through exhibitions and community-engaged public art projects that inspire in-depth
conversations around meaningful and timely contemporary topics. A non-collecting institution,
iMOCA curates a mix of exhibitions featuring nationally-recognized contemporary artists, while
supporting the best emerging regional and local talent.
iMOCA is currently developing a new site on East Washington Street, in the Holy Cross
neighborhood on the Near Eastside of Indianapolis, set to open in summer 2019. iMOCA continues
to offer programming during the current developmental phase through its partnership with the
CityWay gallery, placemaking and public art projects, and through exhibitions and programs at
partner locations. The new executive director will be instrumental in leading the reopening of the
Museum and shaping the future vision of iMOCA as an institution.
For more information visit indymoca.org.
Description: The Executive Director is responsible for the overall administration and management of
iMOCA, with a focus on fundraising, business operations, exhibitions and programs.
Education and Experience: Master’s degree preferred in Philanthropy, Business Administration,
Nonprofit Management, Art History, Visual Arts or Museum Studies. Priority will be given to those
applicants who have demonstrated a successful history of donor engagement and fundraising in an
arts or cultural institution. Candidates with significant experience working with contemporary art
will be given the highest consideration.
Salary: Commensurate with experience.
Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately. Deadline to apply is June 30, 2018.
To Apply: Send resume and cover letter outlining qualifications and interest to Casey Cronin, Board
President at email@example.com.
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