(12 March) 3 CURATORIAL ASSISTANTSHIPS (ARTS OF AFRICA, OCEANIA AND THE AMERICAS; ASIAN ART; WESTERN ART AFTER 1800)

Duties: Assist a museum curator in areas such as research, cataloguing, exhibition preparation, and expanding/entering records in computerized collections management system. Provide access to study/storage collections for faculty, students, and visiting scholars.

Qualifications: Must be a full-time graduate student (minimum 8 credit hours per semester) enrolled at Indiana University for the 2013–14 academic year. Strong art history background required; candidates in all fields are welcome, but qualified graduate students in art history are given preference. Background in the area in which you are applying is strongly preferred.

Compensation: Each of these graduate assistantships includes a stipend, a fee remission, and enrollment in IU’s student appointee medical and dental plans.

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE FOR ALL POSITIONS:

Send, via email attachments, a resume and cover letter to Diane Pelrine, Associate Director for Curatorial Services, Indiana University Art Museum, at dpelrine@indiana.edu. The cover letter should include:

–position(s) for which you are applying (if applying for more than one, please rank your

preferences)

–why you want to work at the museum

–your major area(s) of study (undergraduate and graduate)

–other potential support (If you are applying elsewhere, please indicate

where you would prefer to receive funding.)

–previous Indiana University graduate student support received, including

years of support

Previous applicants are welcome to re-apply. All appointments are subject to budget confirmation.  ALL POTENTIAL CANDIDATES ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY FOR GRADUATE WORK STUDY AT THE OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE.

Deadline for applications: Tuesday, March 12, 2013

For more information, contact Diane Pelrine, 855-1036 or dpelrine@indiana.edu.

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