Tamarind Institute at The University of New Mexico is a non-profit center for collaborative printmaking, dedicated to research, education, and creative projects in fine art lithography. Tamarind encompasses a state-of-the-art
Tamarind Institute at The University of New Mexico is a non-profit center for collaborative printmaking, dedicated to research, education, and creative projects in fine art lithography. Tamarind encompasses a state-of-the-art workshop, public gallery, regular public programs, and a vast print inventory of 8000 lithographs produced by the workshop. The Tamarind staff is comprised of a collaborative team of highly trained printers, print experts, a curator who oversees print documentation and quality, a marketing specialist, business manager, and gallery director. Tamarind Institute stimulates research, preservation of knowledge, and community among a diverse international following. This unique program is widely credited with revitalizing the creative medium of lithography, and continues to provide the only printer training program of its kind in the world.
The Tamarind Curator inspects and prepares the completed editions for signing and documents the details of each edition for permanent records. The Curator consults with printers during editioning and prepares production costs for each project. The Curator manages the physical care and records of a large print inventory. The Curator provides instruction to student printers in collection care and proper documentation. Working with the director, master printer, guest artists, and students, this position sets the standards for how Tamarind lithographs are documented, preserved, and handled.
For more information search Requisition ID 10986 at hr.unm.edu.
Submit application through UNM Jobs. Best consideration date 12/7/19.
Position open until filled.