Curator of Education & Exhibits

Grace Hudson Museum & Sun House

Ukiah, California


A unit of the City of Ukiah, the Grace Hudson Museum is organized around four areas: early California art and history (roughly late 19th to mid-20th century), Native American arts and culture, the natural environment of the Mendocino County region, and contemporary fine arts of Mendocino County. The campus includes the historic Sun House — a 1911 Craftsman bungalow that was Grace Hudson’s home and studio for over 25 years, now a living museum — and an outdoor education environment focused on native Northern California plants and habitats and the cultural traditions of the Pomo Indians, the original people of the area. The ideal candidate will have academic training in a subject or subjects relevant to the museum’s interpretive spaces; practical experience working in a collections-based museum, including familiarity with exhibit installation, collections management, education outreach, and touring student and adult groups; training in museum studies.

 

For a full job description and to apply visit: http://www.cityofukiah.com/job/museum-curator/