Oversees and project manages 10–20 exhibitions and installations per year from conception to de-installation, including creating and overseeing the budget and funding sources; preparing project timelines for the curators, collections management, buildings managers, and vendors; communicating needs and necessary information to all involved departments; working with team to prepare installation timeline.
Supervises all aspects of the administrative and collections management staff, including four collections managers, three art technicians, and three administrators who run the day-to-day operations of the department.
Handles all contracts on behalf of Asian Art, including implementing exhibition agreements, approving image rights, and overseeing the team that creates Immunity from Seizure and Indemnity applications.
Responsible for departmental fiscal activities, including the operational budget, exhibition funds, donor funds, and East Asian Conservation Studio budget.
One of seven administrators chosen by the President of the Museum to take part in an Administrative Working Group which acts as a think-tank to solve Museum-wide issues involving exhibitions, finance, human resources and other matters.
Manages all Department capital projects, and renovations.
Responsible for coordinating and managing over 20 exhibitions/rotations per year, including preparing and monitoring budget; preparing and overseeing installation schedule with curators, technicians, conservators, Registrar and the Collections Management team; coordinated installation graphics and furniture with curator and Design department; coordinated label production.
Acted as main liaison between the department and the museum, including Buildings (carpenters, machine, paint, plexi, rigger shops, etc.), Design, Security, Visitor Services, Education, Finance, Development, and Planning and Budget.
Performed courier duties, including travel to institutions in China, Japan, Australia, France, Switzerland, and throughout America.
Monitored the Asian Art Department's 54 permanent gallery and special exhibition spaces, including painting maintenance, gallery environment (RH/temperature), and assisting conservator and collections management in keeping conservation standards.
Coordinates activities with four department technicians (art handlers).
Responsible for coordinating up to ten exhibitions annually in both the main gallery space and off-site spaces, including the curator and artist selection process, catalogue and promotional materials, installation, and graphics.
Responsible for community outreach, marketing, social networking, publicity, receptions, and events.
Managed all Registrar duties, including loan agreements, shipping, and storage facilities.
Managed the facility, security, sales, volunteers, and interns.
Board of Trustees City Without Walls Gallery, Newark, NJ
Co-organized fundraising campaign that led to the largest number of individual donations in the organization's history. Part of three-person search committee to find next Executive Director.
Board of Trustees, Fundraising Chair Gallery Aferro, Newark, NJ
November 2011 – April 2014
Coordinated the annual fundraiser, including collecting artwork and financial donations, installation, volunteers, and managing the ticket sales, volunteers, and auction the night of the event.
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