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The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver seeks a dynamic, relationship-driven executive to serve as the next Director of Development and Membership. This individual must excel at building a holistic fund-and friend-raising strategy to accomplish the institution’s goals; leading and mentoring a motivated team; implementing efficient and effective operational processes and procedures based on industry best practices; and partnering closely with senior leadership to support the Mark G. Falcone Director’s vision.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver seeks a dynamic individual to join our team as the Facilities & Building Operations Manager. In this pivotal role, you will support the long-term health of the organization by ensuring the physical plants are optimized to efficiently showcase art, warmly and safely welcome visitors, and continue to elevate Denver’s expanding art community.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver is looking for a creative logistics expert to support all aspects of public program production at both the 400-seat Holiday Theater and the Museum’s Fries Building. The Production Assistant is responsible for supporting Museum staff members during performances, including stage changes and equipment swaps, addressing technical issues, and serving as a point of contact between performers, technical staff, event organizers, and museum staff. This role emphasizes support for Mixed Taste performances and the B-side Music Series. This is a temporary position, from July 2nd through August 30, 2024.
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