The Studio Museum in Harlem is the nexus for artists of African descent locally, nationally, and internationally and for work that has been inspired and influenced by Black culture. It is a site for the dynamic exchange of ideas about art and society. The Studio Museum is in the midst of a comprehensive, multi-million dollar Capital Campaign to build a new museum on 125th Street in Harlem, designed by architect Sir David Adjaye.
The Facilities Assistant is responsible for a range of administrative and departmental operational tasks in support of the Facilities Department.
The Collection Database Manager works with the collection management team to establish, monitor, and provide best practice data management for the Museum’s collections and archive databases.<
The Expanding the Walls Program Coordinator facilitates all aspects of Expanding the Walls: Making Connections Between Photography, History, and Community.
Artist Educators work across Pre-K-12 School and Community Partnerships, Family and Educator Programs, and Public Programs.
The School & Community Partnership Manager is responsible for developing and managing the implementation of school programs and community partnerships.
The Studio Museum provides paid year-long fellowships that support the professional training of curators, scholars, archivists, and educators historically underrepresented in the museum field. Fellows
The Studio Museum in Harlem's internship program provides college undergraduates, graduate students, and recent graduates with a wide range of experiences designed to provide insight into the workings
The Studio Museum in Harlem is an equal opportunity employer and considers all candidates for employment regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, age, gender identification, national origin, creed, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or political affiliation.