Work at the School of Art
Texas Tech School of Art fosters an environment of success, both for our students and our employees. When you work here, you become part of our campus community that's dedicated to advancing each other personally and professionally.
In the School of Art, we stand committed to an ongoing engagement with diversity in ways that increase social and cultural awareness, challenge content knowledge, and circulate an empathetic understanding of one another, across all facets of our community. This is evidenced by opportunities for students, staff, and faculty that include start-up funding for new faculty; opportunities to advance equity and inclusivity through research, pedagogy, and reshaping the curriculum; participation in the TTU Institute for Inclusive Excellence; and highlighted issues in the Race & Social Justice in the Arts Speaker Series.
Lubbock is a community where the arts collaborate. The School of Art works closely with the Charles Adams Studio Project (CASP), the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA), the Lubbock Arts Alliance, the Museum of Texas Tech, and the Schools of Music and Theatre & Dance in the J. T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts to provide stimulating and at times challenging arts experiences in this fine community.
The School of Art is accepting applications for a full-time staff position as the Assistant Director (Assistant Curator) of Landmark Arts. This position is responsible for performing all details associated with the presentation and display of artworks by student, local, national, and international artists; creating press releases, promotional and art education materials, social media and web content related to exhibitions; coordinating exhibit receptions and events; and supervising and training undergraduate and graduate student assistants in exhibition-related work. Please see the full position description for details. Apply directly at the Texas Tech University job application website, referencing requisition number 24788BR.