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Location: San Francisco 151 3rd Street San Francisco CA 94103 USA

Industry: 2-5 years

Department: Conservation
Work Hours: Full-Time

Date Posted: 12 Mar 2021

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The Elise S. Haas Conservation Department of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art seeks a Conservator of Media to join their progressive team of conservators committed to the care, research, and display of the art of our time.

The Conservator of Media works collaboratively and interdepartmentally in the oversight of all aspects of conservation of SFMOMA's media arts collection within all five curatorial departments. Responsibilities include on-going care of media artworks, including examination, conservation treatment, documentation, consultation, and general collections care, with special attention to supporting and developing SFMOMA's MediaWiki as multi-voice documentation tool integrated within the museum's system landscape. Cross-disciplinary research is deeply valued, particularly with new accessions and when working with artists, their estates or foundations, across the active life of media works.

Learn more about the expectations and qualifications for this role in the attached job description. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.  

SFMOMA is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity. 

Conservator of Media

The Elise S. Haas Conservation Department of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art seeks a Conservator of Media to join their progressive team of conservators committed to the care, research, and display of the art of our time.

The Conservator of Media works collaboratively and interdepartmentally in the oversight of all aspects of conservation of SFMOMA's media arts collection within all five curatorial departments. Responsibilities include on-going care of media artworks, including examination, conservation treatment, documentation, consultation, and general collections care, with special attention to supporting and developing SFMOMA's MediaWiki as multi-voice documentation tool integrated within the museum's system landscape. Cross-disciplinary research is deeply valued, particularly with new accessions and when working with artists, their estates or foundations, across the active life of media works.

Learn more about the expectations and qualifications for this role in the attached job description. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.  

SFMOMA is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity. 

Job Details

Reference # 31605
Posted on 12 Mar 2021
Closes on
Department Conservation
Expertise 2-5 years
Career level MA
Hours/Status Full-Time
More details (document) Conservator of Media 2021.pdf

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