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Art Map Burlington

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Art Map Burlington reports on contemporary art in Greater Burlington: exhibitions, events, art venues, and the work of local artists. The monthly print publication includes independently written, critical reviews and articles as well as exhibition listings and maps to venues. Its purpose is to promote contemporary art in the Greater Burlington area by informing the community about exhibitions, events, and the work of local artists.

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This position is ideal for a UVM student looking for "real world" experience in the realm of art management and curating.

This individual works collaboratively with a returning student curator and serves as the liaison between the program and contributing artists. In addition to helping shape the art program in the Davis Center, the curators will attend one-hour weekly curator meetings, oversee the installation of exhibits in the Davis Center, build collaborations with campus partners and implement an annual call for student artwork. Uniquely, this position both coordinates exhibits as well as placing single and series work in the student center.

Interested in applying?
Fill out the application form below by Sunday, March 16th.


Candidate Information

Name:

Preferred first name (if different):

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Date of birth (Month/Date/Year):

UVM 95 Number:

Current address:

Summer address:

Cell number:

E-mail address:

Preferred method of contact:

Graduation year:

Major and/or Concentration:

How many Credits do you plan to enroll in next semester?

Are you a United States Citizen?
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If no, have you received authorization to work in the United States by the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS)?

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Jobs in the Davis Center are 95% funded, which means that both work study and non-work study recipients are welcome to apply. Please indicate if you are currently eligible for work study support.

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General Availability Information

Working for the Davis Center may involve some early morning, late night, and weekend commitments. Please describe any issues you foresee with such commitments.

Are you planning to study abroad next year?

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Short-Answer Questions (Please limit your responses to 200 words for each question)

Why are you interested in working as the art curator in the Davis Center?

What experience do you have that directly relates to art management and curating?

The Davis Center mission statement emphasizes a commitment to social justice. What does social justice mean to you and how do you see yourself contributing to this mission as the student art curator for the Davis Center?

What are your other involvements on campus next year?

Of all of the things you've been involved in on campus, what are you the most proud of and why?

Are there any artist or piece of artwork you've been admiring recently?

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