Position: Paintings or Senior Paintings Conservator

Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC)

The Midwest Art Conservation Center is seeking an experienced paintings conservator upon the retirement of one of our Senior Paintings Conservators. This is a full-time position with occasional travel. Applicants must have an advanced degree in art conservation with a specialization in paintings conservation or comparable training. A minimum of ten years post graduate experience is preferred. The position calls for treatments on paintings from all periods, including contemporary works and murals. The position title and responsibilities will be commensurate with experience. MACC provides excellent salaries along with outstanding benefits including medical, dental, 403b contributions, vacations, AIC membership, and professional development.

MACC is an independent, nonprofit, regional center providing comprehensive conservation services in Paintings, Objects, Paper and Textiles. The staff is collaborative, very collegial and works innovatively with the curatorial and collection professionals of hundreds of Midwest institutions including the largest art museums, historical societies, universities, libraries and archives, as well as small and mid-sized institutions with unique and varied collections. MACC laboratories are located within the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

Please send your confidential curriculum vitae and references by August 15, 2014 to:

Colin D. Turner
Executive Director
Midwest Art Conservation Center
2400 – 3rd Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404
cturner@preserveart.org
612-870-3148

 

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