Department of Education
The Lead Artist will assist in the creation of an original, public artwork under the direction of the Museum’s Artist-In-Residence and as part of a larger community-directed, public art initiative funded by a grant from the Irvine Foundation. The Lead Artist will work additionally with the Program Coordinator as well as the Manager of Public Programs.
This is a position within the Education & Public Engagement Department responsible for assisting summer youth program Instructors and staff in the supervision of students grades Kindergarten through twelve. The Summer Youth Programs Counselor will also assist in the implementation of visual art activities in the classroom, in visits to the Museum, and in leading camp games and activities that encourage children to learn in a fun environment.
The Carolyn Wolf Summer Internship in Museum Education is named after former Museum docent Carolyn Wolf, who was passionate about education and creating opportunities for students and those interested in museum work. After Mrs. Wolf passed away, her family set up a fund for a yearly internship for future museum educators. The internship is a full-time, 10 week, paid position and the Museum’s only paid internship.
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