Monument Lab: A Public Art and History Project

We are hiring 10 Lab Managers – ideally teaching-artists/educators/community organizers – who are paid to operate research labs part-time between September-November around the city. Each lab is centered in a park adjacent to at least one piece of temporary monumental public art. Each manager will be based at a particular lab and lead youth-focused research teams, gather public research at the site, and be a primary facilitator of dialogue/oversight at the lab. Strong candidates may include those who are committed to the fields of public art, art history, public history, education, social justice, and social work. Experience working with youth is strongly suggested. Preference may also be given to applicants who reside or work nearby lab locations. Link for Applying and More Information The deadline for applications July 21.