How You Will Contribute
The Contemporary Art department at the Philadelphia Museum of Art is seeking a motivated individual to serve as the Performance Production Coordinator for an upcoming, site-specific, public performance commission by internationally acclaimed artist, Yael Bartana. This performance, titled 'Bury Our Weapons, Not Our Bodies!,' is part of a landmark solo exhibition at the Museum that will also feature the Philadelphia premiere of Bartana’s epoch film trilogy, 'And Europe Will Be Stunned (2007-2011)'.
The Performance Production Coordinator will be working closely on the realization of this ambitious public performance and is responsible for managing its production and implementation under the supervision of the exhibition’s curator. This will involve working directly with the curator to address institutional and public site needs and to ensure that production is on time, within budget, and to the artist’s agreed-upon standards of quality.
The Performance Production Coordinator reports to the Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art. The position requires a full-time commitment of 5 days a week, beginning as early as April 2018 and concluding in mid-October 2018. This work will be conducted at the Museum as well as designated off-site meeting and rehearsal spaces. Work on some nights and weekends, according to the performance schedule, may also be required as well as travel across the city to rehearsal spaces and the performance site.
Please submit all applications no later than Friday April 13, 2018
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Application Deadline: April 13, 2018