Position de conservateur au Harvard Art Museums (art chinois)

Harvard Art Museums, Division of Asian and Mediterranean Art

Alan J. Dworsky Curator or Associate Curator of Chinese Art

Duties & Responsibilities:

The Harvard Art Museums seek a leader in the field of Chinese art. Responsible for the care, documentation, research, presentation, publication, and strengthening of the museums’ outstanding collections of early Chinese jades, bronzes, ceramics, and tomb sculptures, South, Southeast, and East Asian Buddhist art, and later Chinese ceramics and jades, and strong collection of Chinese and Korean paintings and decorative art.
The Alan J. Dworsky Associate Curator/Associate Curator of Chinese Art is expected to be an intellectual authority on, and to assume the full range of curatorial responsibility for, the collections of Chinese and Korean art from Neolithic times to the present, and to advise on matters related to Asian art at the university when needed. The curator crafts an ambitious exhibition, research, and publication program for Chinese and Korean art and works closely with students and faculty to foster a significant and sustained curricular use of the collections for both undergraduate and graduate teaching.
The curator works within a team environment and promotes dialogue, engagement, and collaboration with colleagues within the Division of Asian and Mediterranean Art and with other curatorial divisions that have overlapping collection holdings and expertise, especially the Division of Modern and Contemporary art for Chinese and Korean art post-1900. The curator recommends purchases, works closely with collectors and museum supporters, solicits gifts for the collection, and assumes an active role in raising funds for museum purposes, including acquisitions, exhibitions, conservation projects, and publications, from individuals, foundations, federal agencies and other sources.


Ph.D. in art history or East Asian Studies; proficiency in Chinese and English languages; minimum of 8 or 5 years progressively responsible curatorial or field-related experience.
Demonstrated record of scholarship and achievement in the field of Chinese art, and commitment to working in a university setting and contributing to a lively educational environment and object based teaching.
Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills. Demonstrated ability to manage projects and timelines and to work independently as well as collegially in a collaborative environment.

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Cecile Laly (6 octobre 2017). Position de conservateur au Harvard Art Museums (art chinois). Carnet du CREOPS. Consulté le 14 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/nbup

Cecile Laly

CREOPS (Université Paris-Sorbonne), International Research Center for Japanese Studies

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