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Public Art Program Manager resume example with 13+ years of experience

Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary
Highly motivated Sales Associate with extensive customer service and sales experience. Outgoing sales professional with track record of driving increased sales, improving buying experience and elevating company profile with target market.
Skills
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Education
Georgia State University Atlanta, Georgia Expected in 2006 MFA : Painting - GPA :


Georgia State University Atlanta, GA Expected in BFA : Graphic Design - GPA : Graphic Design


Washington University St. Louis, MO Expected in 2003 BFA : Graphic Design - GPA :
Georgia State University Atlanta, GA Expected in BFA : Graphic Design - GPA : Graphic Design

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Washington University St. Louis, Missouri Expected in 2003 BFA : Graphic Design - GPA :
Interests
M Public Art Program for completion 2017 Curate, plan and coordinate annual Exhibitions Program Curate 8 solo and group gallery shows annually Manage and Book Music/Performing Arts Program NON-PROFIT AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Dashboard Cabbagetown Initiative 2010 - 2012 Board Chair 501(c)3 Community Fundraising Board with annual operating budget of $150,000 Organized Annual Food/Music Festival with over 20,000 attendees Wallkeepers April 2009 - Present 2009 - 2010 Founding Chair Community organization tasked with commissioning rotating temporary art for graffiti-targeted wall Negotiated with CSX to provide annual grant funding artworks by Living Walls, Forward Warrior and other arts collectives Cabbagetown Initiative 2010 - 2012 Board Chair 501(c)3 Community Fundraising Board with annual operating budget of $150,000 Organized Annual Food/Music Festival with over 20,000 attendees Wallkeepers April 2009 - Present 2009 - 2010 Founding Chair Community organization tasked with commissioning rotating temporary art for graffiti-targeted wall Negotiated with CSX to provide annual grant funding artworks by Living Walls, Forward Warrior and other arts collectives 2010 - 2015 Founding Board Chair Curatorial non-profit with focus on site-specific work in underused spaces Grew organization from small donor-based support to $150,000 annual budget based on annual grants and large donor sponsorship Completed 3-year Strategic Plan in 2014 Organization scaled national, brought two employees full-time
Work History
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport - Public Art Program Manager
, , 01/2008 - Current
  • Strategic, long-term budget planning and management of $4M "Percent-for-Art" budget.
  • Identify sites for public art and temporary projects and build three year plans for implementation of artworks. 
  • Supervise and coordinate project teams including Airport stakeholders, artists, and vendors.
  • Integrate diverse goals of Airport stakeholder groups and align with Program Mission.
  • Management and planning of $300,000 annual operating budget.
  • Project management of integrated, site-specific artworks ranging in budget from $100k - $4M 
  • Create partnerships with local, regional and national institutions to showcase cultural offerings for a local and global visitorship of around 250k passengers per day.
  • Perform contracting and legislation roles related to public art implementations.
  • Represent the Airport Art Program in various panels, workshops and speaking engagements.
  • Selected artists and managed RFQ/RFP process; coordinated and ran Selection Panels for site-specific artworks. 
  • Build Art Program content for community outreach tools (Airport app, website, social media)

Additional Information
  • Curate and Commission $6M Public Art Program for completion 2017 Curate, plan and coordinate annual Exhibitions Program Curate 8 solo and group gallery shows annually Manage and Book Music/Performing Arts Program NON-PROFIT AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Dashboard Cabbagetown Initiative 2010 - 2012 Board Chair 501(c)3 Community Fundraising Board with annual operating budget of $150,000 Organized Annual Food/Music Festival with over 20,000 attendees Wallkeepers April 2009 - Present 2009 - 2010 Founding Chair Community organization tasked with commissioning rotating temporary art for graffiti-targeted wall Negotiated with CSX to provide annual grant funding artworks by Living Walls, Forward Warrior and other arts collectives Cabbagetown Initiative 2010 - 2012 Board Chair 501(c)3 Community Fundraising Board with annual operating budget of $150,000 Organized Annual Food/Music Festival with over 20,000 attendees Wallkeepers April 2009 - Present 2009 - 2010 Founding Chair Community organization tasked with commissioning rotating temporary art for graffiti-targeted wall Negotiated with CSX to provide annual grant funding artworks by Living Walls, Forward Warrior and other arts collectives 2010 - 2015 Founding Board Chair Curatorial non-profit with focus on site-specific work in underused spaces Grew organization from small donor-based support to $150,000 annual budget based on annual grants and large donor sponsorship Completed 3-year Strategic Plan in 2014 Organization scaled national, brought two employees full-time

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School Attended

  • Georgia State University
  • Georgia State University
  • Washington University
  • Georgia State University
  • Washington University
  • Washington University

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  • Public Art Program Manager

Degrees

  • MFA
  • BFA
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