Curator of Social History
Curator of Social History: This curator’s work will entail the cataloging, preservation, acquisition, and interpretation of social and cultural history artifacts in the museum’s collection. Interpreting the histories of the state’s diverse peoples and social movements, with a focus on African American History and the Modern Civil Rights Movement, will be critical for this position. The individual will serve as the lead curator of exhibits and as a member of a variety of exhibit teams. Answering inquiries concerning the museum’s collection from museum professionals, public officials, and members of the public is an important task for this position, including assisting with artifact loan requests. The curator will evaluate possible artifact acquisitions and communicate with potential artifact donors and vendors. The individual will also be responsible for presenting a variety of programming related to Tennessee social history for museum guests and other audiences.
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