The Artist Book Foundation’s Engagement Coordinator is responsible for grant research and writing, application submission, grant follow-up, and reporting. Applicants should be comfortable networking and connecting with new and existing educational partners in the community. The Engagement Coordinator is also responsible for organizing our book donations program with The Distribution to Underserved Communities Library Program (D.U.C). This is an on-site position with 2 days a week (16+ hours) of work.
– 2 years+ grant writing experience
– Basic knowledge of Art & Art History
– Bachelor’s degree or higher
– Detail oriented
– Excellent organization skills
-Ability to multitask & work on multiple projects
– Excellent verbal & written communication skills
– Proficient in MicrosoftWord, Excel, Google Drive & Adobe Creative Suite
The Artist Book Foundation (TABF), founded in 2012, is a nonprofit organization that celebrates artists’ lives and work through publications, exhibitions, and educational outreach. TABF works collaboratively with artists, museum curators, historians, and collectors to develop catalogues raisonnés, monographs, surveys, and exhibition catalogues for the benefit of all who are interested in the visual arts. TABF’s book donation program has delivered thousands of copies to underserved public libraries, schools, and correctional centers across the United States. Our events and gallery space are always free to the public and all are welcome.
TABF is committed to diverse and anti-biased hiring practices. Salary commensurate with experience. Applicants may apply by submitting cover letter and resume