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Fellowship at Museum of Modern Art

From: Karl Buchberg <karl_buchberg>
Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2001
Mellon Fellowship in Paper Conservation
The Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art offers a one-year renewable advanced
fellowship in the conservation of works of art on paper beginning in
September 2001.  The applicant should be a graduate of a recognized
conservation training program. The Paper Conservation Laboratory
works closely with three curatorial departments: Prints and
Illustrated Books, Drawings and Architecture and Design. The
candidate will work on a wide range of modern and contemporary works
and participate in all departmental activities including analysis
and treatment of collection materials, preparation of works for
exhibition and loan, and courier responsibilities.

The Mellon Fellow functions as an integral part of the department
dealing with conservation, curatorial and administrative
responsibilities as needed. There will also be opportunities for
research and technical analysis in areas of interest in
modern/contemporary art. In June 2002, the Conservation Department
will temporarily move to a new art center, MoMA QNS, in Queens N.Y.
while MoMA expands and renovates. The candidate should be willing to
be an active participant in this move as well as the move of the
entire MoMA collection.

Salary range from the high 20's to mid 30's plus benefits, which
includes four weeks vacation.  Applicants should send a resume with
a list of references to:

    Karl Buchberg, Senior Conservator
    The Museum of Modern Art
    11 W. 53rd St.
    New York, N.Y. 10019

Equal Opportunity Employer m/f. The closing date for applications is
March 1, 2001.

Karl D. Buchberg
Senior Conservator
The Museum of Modern Art

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Received on Tuesday, 23 January, 2001

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