In celebration of the return of Ramesses II to the Museum after an extended loan, Out of Egypt will spotlight this important portrait of Egypt’s most powerful pharaoh by placing it within its broader historic and artistic contexts. This finely carved quartzite sculpture was purchased by the Museum in 1949 and was displayed here for four decades before being loaned to the San Antonio Museum of Art. The statue depicts the pharaoh in the classic striding pose and wearing the typical shendyt (pleated linen kilt) and nemes (striped, folded headcloth).
Under direct supervision, the Museum Assistant performs work related to exhibition preparation and installation, including construction of exhibition display furniture and art installation. Some evening and weekend hours required.
Film in the Garden
The Museum's summer film series continues with 1492: Conquest of Paradise on Monday, July 28.Film Schedule
Culture & Cocktails is this Thursday, July 10
Come dressed in your summer's best during this nautical-themed C&C.Get Tickets!
Spanish Language Film
Documenting the completion of a prominent commission, Cartas de Sorolla will be screened July 11.Read More/View Translation
Under the direction of the Security Manager, assists in planning, directing, and managing the Gallery Attendant staff to ensure the protection, security, and safety of the building, Permanent Collection, staff, and visitors.
The Museum Educator for Family Programs is an integral staff member of The San Diego Museum of Art’s Education and Public Engagement team. The Educator must be able to work with the following: audiences new to the Museum and diverse /multi-generational audiences. The goals of this position are to design and implement a monthly activity in the Museum space that stimulate an interest in art and arouse creativity in children, teens, families, and adults visiting the Museum for the Sunday Family Drop-In program.