The Curatorial Department at the Sarah Ball Allis Art Museum oversees and manages the museum’s collection of historic objects and spaces, in addition to conceiving, facilitating, and managing all exhibitions and ancillary programming.
Our curators aim to foster dialogue with the public and broader art community across cultures, while engaging educational and research organizations. Their work embodies the spirit of Sarah and Charles Allis, whose art collection took shape through world travel, study, and an avid interest in foreign cultures.
The Curatorial Department accepts curatorial proposals from groups and individuals on an ongoing basis. Requests for proposals are reviewed quarterly.
The Allis welcomes curatorial interns several times a year. Interns assist with day-to-day operations of the Curatorial Department, archiving, managing collections, and preparatory work for exhibitions. Internship inquiries are accepted at any time. To apply, please send a cover letter, current résumé, and days/times of availability to Phoenix Brown, Senior Curator, firstname.lastname@example.org.