Pratt Fine Arts Center
- Budget: $120,000 to $140,000
The Executive Director of Pratt Fine Arts Center will serve as the leading spokesperson, responsible for managing all aspects of the organization’s programs, donor cultivation and fundraising, public visibility, community engagement, finances, and operations. Reporting to the board of trustees, the Executive Director will be charged with providing strategic leadership, setting a clear vision for programmatic excellence, offering robust services to artists, cultivating community partnerships, and maintaining visibility locally, regionally, and nationally. Advocating for diverse and creative emerging artists, the Executive Director will promote a cohesive culture with an understanding of Pratt’s influence on the Seattle community. The Executive Director will cultivate deep connections with and demonstrate an ongoing commitment to Pratt’s internal and external communities, as well as the board and its supporters.
Pratt does not require specific education credentials nor a set number of years of experience for an Executive Director. Qualified candidates should have direct experience and demonstrable experience with increasing responsibility in a senior management role in a creative, innovative, multicultural, entrepreneurial organization. Visual arts, artist residency, or arts education expertise is welcomed. Candidates should have experience in fundraising, with results in donor stewardship and solicitation of individual major gifts and institutional support.
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