Before his time at the São Paulo Museum of Art, Mr. Moura spent 12 years at the Inhotim Institute, an outdoor contemporary art museum in central Brazil, where he served as curator and artistic director. • Utilizes SketchUp, InDesign, Microsoft Excel, and The Museum System (TMS) database as needed in the planning, design, preparation, and implementation of exhibitions. The health and safety are our visitors and staff is our top priority. • Provides daily weekday gallery checks. Other tasks as assigned and agreed upon by employee and supervisor. To apply, please email resume and cover letter to [email protected] with “Exhibitions Coordinator” in the subject line. • Organizes and arranges crating, shipment, and delivery of artworks, as well as any necessary storage • Provides weekly maintenance of the exhibition including upkeep of the lighting, display devices, and overall cleanliness of artwork displays. • Meets with museum staff, particularly the Operations Department, as well as outside consultants, fabricators, project curators, art handlers, historians, advisors, volunteers, interns and other professionals as necessary and as required for exhibition planning and implementation. “I think it has to reflect, in a very large and diverse way, the connections with the different Latinx communities, the connection with the Puerto Rican community and the connection also with Latin America,” Mr. Charpenel said. Ms. Cullen-Morales has curated numerous exhibitions, notably Arte ≠ Vida: Actions by Artists of the Americas, 1960–2000 (2008) at El Museo del Barrio. In addition to multiple personnel changes, El Museo has faced somewhat of an identity crisis. The Exhibitions Coordinator is responsible for the planning, design, budgeting, preparation, coordination, installation, maintenance, and de-installation of artworks in relation to El Museo del Barrio’s upcoming Spring 2021 exhibition. (Latinx is a gender neutral alternative to Latino or Latina. Their richness is represented in El Museo’s wide-ranging collections and exhibitions, complemented by film, literary, visual and performing arts series, cultural celebrations, and educational programs. When Mr. Charpenel was hired in late 2017, he had become El Museo’s fourth leader in seven years. He joins El Museo as it works to restructure and expand its curatorial staff after facing several setbacks. • Excellent oral, interpersonal, and budgeting skills. With the help of volunteers, El Museo provides its services with a human touch.Sign Up Today >, Each spring, summer, and fall El Museo del Barrio offers Internship opportunities to promising undergraduate and graduate students, recent graduates and career changers who are considering careers in the arts, education, non-profits and museum profession.Apply Today >, TERM © 2015 El Museo del Barrio all rights reserved. The Exhibitions Coordinator reports to the Chief Curator but works closely with the Registrar(s)/Collection Manager(s), all other members of the Curatorial Department, as well as serves as the main liaison with the museum’s Operations Department. Charpenel is a Mexico City–based curator who has worked extensively in Mexico as … • Assists in developing and planning of necessary security relevant to exhibition safety. This includes all artworks presented in El Museo del Barrio’s galleries and exhibition spaces, as well as special projects presented in other spaces, including performances in El Teatro and all off-site presentations. • Contributes to the development and implementation of guidelines and techniques for exhibition preparation and workshop practices for use of tools and equipment. She has authored texts for retrospective exhibitions on Blackburn and others including Laura Aguilar, ASCO, Rafael Ferrer, and Marisol. The exhibition is a loan-based show, with artworks to be shipped, received, and ultimately returned to lenders throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. The museum was founded in 1969 by a group of Puerto Rican educators, artists and activists in East Harlem. • Ensures designs of exhibitions meet requirements with consideration of conservation, accessibility, safety, and visitor traffic. Please be assured that El Museo is following guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), New York State, and New York City for increased health and safety procedures. But after financial problems forced staff cuts and reduced operating hours, that number dwindled to one. Title: Exhibitions Coordinator Reports to: Chief Curator Status: Temporary Assignment (November 2020-September 2021). And he was tasked with maintaining the museum’s relevance during a 10-month renovation that wrapped up last September. • Processes, organizes, records, and submits to the museum’s Finance Department all exhibition-related vendor invoices, as to ensure that vendors are paid in a timely manner. Years ago, the department consisted of nearly 10 employees, Mr. Charpenel said. GROUP VISITS 212.660.7106 or [email protected] No phone calls, please. outdoor contemporary art museum in central Brazil. El Museo del Barrio succeeds with the generous help of those who participate in our people-driven activities. • Oversees exhibition production through all stages of development, including design, fabrication, framing, mounting, installation, and lighting that meets requirements of conservation. An institution like El Museo “obviously is very sensitive about diversity, very sensitive about immigration, very sensitive about marginality,” Mr. Charpenel said. MEMBERSHIP AND FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES. General Responsibilities Exhibitions & Special Projects Planning. The exhibition includes painting, sculpture, ceramics, video, and performance, among other media. • Supports Registrar(s)/Collection Manager(s) in monitoring the environmental conditions in the galleries and storage rooms on a daily basis, advising and liaising with the museum’s Operations Department and/or HVAC technicians as requested to achieve required environmental conditions. El Museo del Barrio is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, disability, marital status, veteran status or any other legally protected status. • Supervises the preparation of gallery space for exhibitions. • Spanish/English bilingual skills preferred • Fluency in various computer, digital imaging, and design systems, including, but not limited to, Microsoft Excel, SketchUp, InDesign and Photoshop. After relocating to its current space on Fifth Avenue at 104th Street in 1977, the question arose: Should El Museo remain a community-based institution for the Barrio or should it broaden its reach to represent Latino and Latin-American art? El Museo del Barrio will reopen on September 12 for visitors. El Museo del Barrio has appointed Rodrigo Moura, formerly the adjunct curator of Brazilian art at the São Paulo Museum of Art, as its chief curator. Rodrigo Moura, formerly an adjunct curator at the São Paulo Museum of Art, is El Museo del Barrio’s new chief curator.