Curator Digital Collections – The Wolfsonian-FIU

The Wolfsonian­–Florida International University seeks an experienced Curator Digital Collections to contribute to the interpretation and development of its singular and diverse collection of modern art and design. The core of The Wolfsonian’s 180,000 holdings is an extraordinary collection of decorative arts, fine arts, propaganda, architectural materials, and industrial and graphic design from the period 1850–1950.

The Digital Collections Curator, in collaboration with the curatorial and library team, drives the creation of innovative digital products produced by and for The Wolfsonian at FIU and actively engages with a wide variety of communities, both online and in real life, as a means of engaging audiences using and creating digital technology and new media.

Follow this link to learn more or and search for Job Code 514870.  Follow link in the posting to Apply Now and submit your resume, a one-page cover letter describing interest and experience, and the names of three references. The Wolfsonian–FIU can only consider applicants who complete the FIU online application process.

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About Cpattons

Since 2013, Casey Steadman is the Deputy Director – Business Affairs for The Wolfsonian FIU. As the Deputy Director – Business Affairs, Casey serves as a member of the senior management team; participates in the strategic leadership of The Wolfsonian; manages and provides leadership and oversight for finance, administration, human resources, information technology, facilities and security operations and earned revenue activities. In addition to his role as a Deputy Director, Casey has served as interim co-director of The Wolfsonian from March, 2014 until July, 2015.rnrnPrior to joining The Wolfsonian, Casey was the Chief Financial/Operating Officer for the Atlanta History Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Casey’s 22 year career in the museum field began primarily in retail and business operations and has expanded to include finance, information technology, human resources, earned revenue operations, and general museum operations. His broad understanding for the foundation of museum operations led him to serve as a member of the Atlanta History Center senior leadership team.rn