Employment & Internships
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is accepting applications for the full-time position of Curatorial Business Manager. The Curatorial Business Manager is the primary liaison between the finance and curatorial departments, working to provide budgetary, logistical, and contractual support for internally and externally generated exhibitions. For a complete job description, including how to apply, click here.
The Grants and Gifts Manager is a full-time member of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston’s fundraising staff. The employee is responsible for researching, coordinating and producing grant applications to public agencies, corporations, foundations and individual donors. The G&G Manager manages and implements stewardship of grants including site-visits, acknowledgement and reporting. For a complete job description, including how to apply, click here.
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston provides opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to gain practical experience as volunteer interns in the curatorial, development, and education and public programs departments. Internships are unpaid, but arrangements can be made with the intern’s home institution for course credit. Interns generally work between 8 to 20 hours each week.
CAMH is currently accepting applications for the fall internship. For more information including how to apply, click here.
Deadline for fall internship applications is September 5 , 2014.
Public Programs: Open Call for Skill Set Instructors and Proposals
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is now accepting proposals from the public to lead a class in conjunction with Skill Set, CAMH’s new hands-on workshop program and skills exchange. Skill Set gives individuals an opportunity to share her/his expertise on an eclectic array of subjects: educational, recreational, and/or utilitarian. Skill Set allows presenters to pass on the various skills they have mastered in a non-traditional hands-on workshop style classroom setting. Past and upcoming Skill Sets include the history and use of turntables, altering musical instruments, and beekeeping. Classes do not have to take place at CAMH and can occur throughout Houston if necessary.
For more information including how to apply, click here.