The Objects Conservator is responsible for the preservation, examination, documentation and treatment of the Museum’s vast and diverse objects-based collection in accordance with established professional conservation practices and ethical principles. The collection includes sculpture, furniture, ceramics, glass, metal works, and 3-D modern and contemporary art. S/he oversees all activities in the conservation lab relating to 3-dimensional works of art including examination and analyzing objects to determine if treatment is required, making treatment recommendations, and carrying out conservation treatments. Learn more.
In collaboration with the Director of Development, the Grants Manager is responsible for the creation and management of a well-coordinated, strategic development plan to cultivate and solicit support from foundations, corporations, and government sources. Learn more.
The Development Database Specialist is a member of the Wadsworth’s development team reporting to the department director. S/he is responsible for supporting major gift, membership, grant solicitation, and other fundraising activities that raise $4 – $5 million each year from individuals, corporations, and foundations. This position is responsible for the integrity and accuracy of the Tessitura database in support of development activities throughout the museum. Learn more.