The Denver Art Museum (DAM), with 500,000+ visitors annually, seeks a sharp-witted curator with profound knowledge of European and American art before 1900 to bring creative and intellectually-nuanced ideas to fruition. Bring research experience and networks to build a multi-faceted set of activities that extend beyond the department and raise the profile of the museum regionally, nationally and internationally. The curator will realize thoughtful interpretations of art objects to appeal to new and diverse audiences. Collaborate with head of department in research, interpretation, presentation of the collection that includes 3,000+ artworks and comprises paintings, sculptures, and works on paper, with strengths in early Italian Renaissance, 19th-century French Painting, and British art from 1400-1900. RESPONSIBILITIES: work collaboratively with museum teams to develop dynamic exhibitions, research collection, support programs and develop the collections through strategic acquisitions; engage active networks nationally/internationally. QUALITIES: The curator will be passionate about European and American culture, history and traditions; have experience fundraising, solid public-speaking abilities. Dynamic, respectful, inclusive, creative, curious. 3-years’ curatorial or equivalent experience. MA required. Knowledge of European/American art history. Record of exhibitions, collaborative work. See www.museum-search.com for full qualifications/how to apply by August 31, 2022 to SearchandRef@museum-search.com. EOE. Nominations welcome.