Exhibitions and Publications Project Manager
Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University
The Exhibitions and Publications Project Manager will lead the implementation of the museum’s exhibition program and print and digital publications. The exhibition program includes temporary exhibitions with national and international loans, as well as permanent collection installations with scheduled rotations, with a sustained commitment to our recently launched, ongoing Asian American Art Initiative.
The Exhibitions and Publications Project Manager will act as the primary liaison to museum departments, as well as to external partners including, but not limited to, contract exhibition designers, contract graphic designers, and contract editors to ensure consistent and timely communication on all matters pertaining to a project. This role will also be responsible to keep projects on schedule, within budget, within scope, and meet the quality standards of the Cantor, including coordinating, consolidating and tracking all aspects of the exhibition budgets.
The Exhibitions and Publications Project Manager work closely with the Deputy Director on exhibition and publication budgets and contracts.
The expected pay range for this position is $64,480 – 100,000 per annum.
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