Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities


Visitor Experience Facilitator 
Position Description 
The Visitor Experience Facilitator (VEF) is responsible for the public face of the Nasher Sculpture Center by operating the front desk, facilitating the visitor experience, and building relationships with Museum visitors. The Facilitator/Visitor relationship begins at the front door and is maintained throughout the museum galleries and garden through friendly and knowledgeable dialog. The primary role of the VEF is to communicate the Museum's programs and events to the public, by providing information about the museum’s collection, special exhibitions, and events. In addition the VEF is the liaison between visitors and multiple departments in the Museum. The VEF is responsible for all details related to the public face of the Museum during their shift, including, accurate accounting at the front desk and providing the guest with the most professional and genuine level of support possible.  
Bachelor of Art, with a concentration in studio art, art history, conservation, or related fields preferred, or equivalent field experience. Experience working at a museum or cultural space preferred.  Ability to prioritize multiple demands in a fast-paced environment and exercise sound judgement and flexibility under pressure.  

Must be able to work flexible schedule which may include weekends.

This is a part-time position not to exceed 24 hours per week at $13 per hour. Bilingual applicants encouraged to apply.  

To apply, send cover letter, resume, and references to Heather-Joy Puskarich at [email protected].  



Curatorial Intern

The curatorial internship provides an excellent opportunity for a motivated undergraduate or graduate student to gain experience in a range of curatorial activities, including exhibition preparation, gallery installations, documentation and research projects involving the Sculpture Center’s permanent collection, as well as publication projects and special exhibitions. Applicants must have excellent written and oral communication skills, be very organized and able to work independently. Art History majors with an interest in modern and contemporary art are preferred. The internship is unpaid, but can be taken for college credit if your program allows.  Dates and hours are flexible, but the internship requires a commitment of 15-25 hours per week.  To apply, please send a cover letter and résumé to Jed Morse at [email protected]

External Affairs Intern

The Nasher Sculpture Center External Affairs internship provides an excellent opportunity for a motivated undergraduate or graduate student to serve as an important member of a team that works hand-in-hand with every other department of the museum. This internship offers valuable practical experience and the opportunity to learn about marketing, public relations and visitor experiences within a small cultural institution. Interns will work directly with and report to various external affairs team members on daily activities relating to public events, marketing and public relations, including writing press releases, proofreading and editing marketing materials, and assisting with event coordination. Applicants must have excellent writing and oral communication skills, be very organized and able to work independently. Knowledge of visual arts preferred. The internship is unpaid and for credit, 15-25 hours per week. We accept applications year-round and are looking for candidates to fill positions during each semester as well as  for the summer. Please submit a cover letter and resume via email to [email protected]




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Nasher Sculpture Center
2001 Flora Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
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