Author: Museum Studies Program

Graduate Fellowship opportunities – Fort Ticonderoga (New York)

Fort Ticonderoga is accepting applications for the Edward W. Pell Graduate Fellowship program for 2019. These fellowships are geared towards graduate students looking for experience in exhibitions, education, and collections management.   Fort Ticonderoga has a dynamic staff that strives for excellence in all...

Education Coordinator, Community Programs and Contemporary Art Initiatives – The Walters Art Museum (Baltimore, MD)

The Walters Art Museum is looking for an enthusiastic and knowledgeable Education Coordinator-Community Programs and Contemporary Art Initiatives for the Department of Education and Public Programs. We seek an organized individual who will work with the 14-person Education team to provide support for the...

Registrar Specialist – Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) is a leader in traveling exhibition services, known both nationally and internationally for its exhibitions on culturally specific topics. For over 65 years, SITES has informed, engaged and inspired millions of visitors through exhibitions that diffuse knowledge...

Using Racist Memorabilia to Teach Tolerance and Promote Social Justice: the Case of the Jim Crow Museum

The Jim Crow Museum is the nation’s largest publicly accessible collection of racist artifacts. Located on the campus of Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, the museum houses more than 12,000 objects—primarily, but not exclusively, segregation era artifacts and everyday anti-black caricatured objects....