The Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA) seeks an American and European Works on Paper, Photography, and New Media Fellow for a two-year appointment.
The Collections Manager provides the primary care, maintenance, and research of the historic structures and museum collections. Working in consultation and collaboration with key staff, such as the Executive Director, Program Director, assistants, technicians and others, the Collections Manager conceptualizes plans and administers collection projects, serves on a team for planning and implementation of exhibitions and house furnishing; and provides training and supervision of staff and volunteers working with the collections.
The Executive Director position is an opportunity for someone who wants to give back to their community through initiatives that strengthen the local arts ecosystem and create an accessible local and global hub for contemporary art in Hawaiʻi.
As part of the senior management team and the lead administrator for the Collections Department, the Director of Collections is responsible for the day-to-day strategic management of the Collections Department as well as fostering a collaborative culture within the department and across the Museum.
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer and working closely with the Director of Curatorial Affairs, thisrole will establish the
collections strategy in the context of Honolulu Museum of Art’s (“HoMA”s) strategic and long-term plan for its collection of 55,000 artworks as well as the Museum’s Robert Allerton Art Library and the Museum’s Archives.
Under the direction of the Director and Director of Advancement, the Major Giving Officer is responsible for developing, implementing, and managing the cultivation of the Honolulu Museum of Art’s major donors. The Major Giving Officer plays a critical role in increasing donor support and acts as an ambassador for the Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA) across the community. This role supervises the Individual Giving Coordinator and oversees major donations for the museum.