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Gallery Media?Technician?(Regular, Part-Time)
Exhibition Design & Production

Reporting to the Manager of Gallery Media, the Gallery Media Technician supports programming efforts of the institution with a primary focus on time-based media installations for special exhibitions and permanent collection presentations. The Gallery Media Technician will be responsible for the preparation and execution of gallery media components of selected exhibition projects as assigned by the Manager of Gallery Media.

Some duties include: preparing?AV hardware, software, and media for exhibition; installing?time-based media in galleries; performing?the daily maintenance of time-based media in temporary exhibitions and permanent collections; working?alongside Gallery Construction, Art Preparation &?Installation, and other departments; providing?on-call and holiday support as required; supporting?inventory projects and equipment maintenance; performing other duties or special projects, as assigned; maintaining regular and reliable attendance.

The qualified candidate should have a?Bachelor’s degree in Film and Video Production, Digital Media, Fine Arts, Visual Arts, or a related field; 1?- 2 years of experience working in a museum, art gallery setting, and/or industry (combination of related training, education, and/or experience will be accepted); experience in contemporary time-based media art and/or high-end AV installation.

To apply for this position, please follow this .

Andrew W. Mellon Fellow (Textiles) (Regular, Full-Time)
Conservation Center

The Conservation Center at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is seeking applications for Andrew W. Mellon Fellowships in Textiles Conservation.

The fellowship is a full-time position and includes an hourly pay rate, plus health benefits。 Also, a travel allowance for study/research will be allocated at the discretion of the section head and the Director of Conservation。 The fellowship will focus on the study, examination, and treatment of works of art in the collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art。 Successful candidates will gain considerable experience treating works of art in well equipped, production-oriented conservation laboratories。 Conservation involvement in permanent collection exhibitions and special exhibitions will enhance training opportunities。

Successful candidates will have the opportunity to participate in informal lectures, symposia, and workshops and to visit and collaborate with nearby cultural institutions. With proper training, the Conservation Fellow may act as a courier for works of art on loan or exhibition to other museums and institutions. Candidates will be considered who have graduated from a recognized conservation training program with a specialization in textiles/objects conservation.

Interested candidates must, in addition to , submit the following:

  • A curriculum vitae including basic biographical information, current and permanent addresses and telephone numbers, education, and experience.

  • 彩票大赢家A short statement of the candidate's interest and intent in applying for the fellowship.

  • Letters of recommendation from three professional references.

*Please submit the CV, statement, and letters of recommendation into this?.*

The fellowship is a one-year position beginning November 1, 2020 (with potential for renewal).

Due to the volume of correspondence received, the Human Resources Department cannot confirm receipt of submitted documentation. Phone calls will not be returned.

How to Apply

To be considered for any of the openings listed, please forward your resume including a list of references, and a cover letter indicating position(s) of interest, as well as any salary requirements, to LACMA Human Resources, via our online system. Follow the link at the bottom of the position posting to apply through the online system. Not compatible with Firefox.

    Registrar & Collection Information Internships
    Registrar's Office

    The Registrar's Office will be accepting applications for student interns on an ongoing basis, following the university semester system。

    The Registrar's Office creates and maintains the official records for all of the objects in the LACMA collections or on loan to the museum. ?The internship program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to learn about projects related to documenting the permanent collection, inventorying and cataloguing objects, ?incoming and outgoing loans, exhibitions, database management, and special projects. The interns will be exposed to all phases of registration and receive additional assignments focusing on archiving and museum ethics. ?This non-compensatory internship is appropriate for undergraduate, graduate, or post-graduate students from the following majors: museum studies, art history, art, anthropology, archaeology, history, and library science. Academic credit can be arranged.

    To Apply
    Interested candidates should email ( a cover letter,?resume, and completed?internship application form彩票大赢家 to Jaclyn Juarez, Registration Coordinator, Registration and Collections, Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

    Deadlines for Application

    • Spring Semester (Jan.?- Apr.): November 1st
    • Summer Term (May - Aug.): March 1st
    • Fall Semester (Sep.?- Dec.): July 1st

    LACMA Internship Program Application

    Volunteering is a unique form of philanthropy: a gift of unrestricted time and expertise to the museum。 Volunteering provides a means for members to bond over shared artistic passions, and participate in group tours, lectures, receptions and travel。 There are a number of ways to give of your time to help LACMA。?

    Museum Service Council

    The Museum Service Council provides support to museum administrative staff, curators, and educational and family programs。 Our volunteers work in the libraries, the Welcome Center, and the Boone Children's Gallery, help staff Family Day activities, act as hosts for special events, and assist in the museum stores。?As a benefit, council members receive special invitations to private exhibition tours, activities and lectures with eminent curators。?

    The volunteer selection and training process occurs as needed, usually once per year. Stay tuned to this page for updates.

    Docent Council

    Members of the Docent Council provide tours of the permanent collection and special exhibitions for children and adults. School tours for students in grades 1–12 are scheduled weekday mornings, excluding Wednesdays, during the regular school year. Public gallery tours?are offered throughout the year every afternoon the museum is open. The monthly schedule of public tours can be found on the LACMA calendar.

    We are not currently accepting applications for the Docent Council. Details will be posted?here when we begin the recruiting process.

    An art background is not required in order to be a docent.??Prospective docents should have an interest in learning about art, working with students and facilitating positive museum experiences for visitors.??In addition to giving tours, docents enjoy an extensive program of continuing education provided by museum curators and lectures given by other leading scholars.??Upon completion of the application and interview process, newly selected docents participate in a two-year provisional program: one year devoted to weekly training in LACMA’s collection and touring techniques, and a second supervised year as a touring docent.