The ArtCenter/South Florida (the “Center”) seeks a Director of Programming to oversee and manage the organization’s multi-faceted public, exhibition, and residency programs.

This position will work closely with the Vice President of Programming and will help facilitate and build upon the current public, exhibition and residency programming at the Center.

Candidates must have a proven track record and experience to help lead and oversee various public-facing programs as well as a deep knowledge of residency programs nationally and internationally.  Candidates must have experience in managing staff, volunteers, as well as work collaboratively with local and national institutional partners.  

The ArtCenter/South Florida opened its doors to the public in 1984. The Center has an annual operating budget of $3.7 million and an endowment of $100 million. The Center has 13 employees and a Board of Directors presently composed of 15 members.

Through its artist residency program, exhibitions, direct support to artists, studio art classes, educational programs, outreach programs, art film programs, community events and curatorial lectures, the Center is recognized as the leading visual artist support organization of Miami Dade County.

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The Director of Programming has primary responsibility for the execution, implementation, administration, and evaluation of all of the Center’s public and programming initiatives, including oversight of our exhibitions, special events, residency and community outreach efforts. The Director of Programming reports to the Center’s Vice President of Programming and will manage the Programs Department. The Director of Programming makes sure all Center’s programs run effectively and produces the desired outcomes of success.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Schedule, budget, implement, manage and periodically suggest new public programs, partnerships and other initiatives for our residency program;Identify, initiate, and deepen relationships with various cultural institutions across Miami-Dade County;Implement metrics for success as well as surveying and receiving feedback from the community about the Center and its public facing initiatives to improve audience development;Oversee the Center’s year-round programming calendar;Maintain various databases of public program attendees;Create mechanisms for internal and external evaluation for our on-going public program offerings as well as our residency program;Work closely with the Center’s resident artists and alumni to create new and unique public programming initiatives;  Compile collected information for VP of Programming to regularly present to the Center’s Board and staff leadership.

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