DEADLINE is July 15th

The Education and Communications Coordinator will work with the
Executive Director, Curator of Exhibitions, and the Program and
Facilities Coordinator to fulfill the mission statement set forth by the
Red Lodge Clay Center.

The Education and Communications Coordinator will act as a liaison
for the Long-Term Residents, Short-Term Residents, Visiting Artists, the
Advanced Student Project Network, and AIA Groups helping to orient the
artists to the studio, housing and the Red Lodge area. This job also
includes recruiting and management for the community classes and
outreach programs. Other responsibilities include developing community
relationships and dialogue in an effort to broaden the Centers audience
and its educational mission.

The Education and Communications Coordinator will be responsible for:

• Create Resident Artist web pages
• Workshop and Community communications
• Develop procedures and policy for resident program
• Coordinate residencies and housing
• Develop new programs
• Maintain and develop existing programs
• Hosting and coordinating artists and tours
• Marketing through social media for programs
• Manage community classroom and outreach

In addition to the job description there are general duties
pertaining to the daily operations of the retail and exhibition gallery
space that include: inventory management, website maintenance,
photographing artwork, shipping and receiving, customer service,
preparing exhibitions, and working in the retail gallery.

The ideal candidate will be well organized, energetic and highly
motivated with strong interpersonal, communication, and management
skills. Previous experience in the Arts preferred, and the ability to
adapt to the needs of a growing ceramic arts center in rural Montana is a

Must have excellent proficiency using: Word Press, Mac based
platforms, Microsoft office, Adobe Creative Suite, digital photographic
media, and e-mail.

Send cover letter, CV, names and contact information for three
references, artist statement, and 20 images of current artwork to David
Hiltner via email