Philadelphia 19107, Pennsylvania
Studio Incamminati, School for Contemporary Realist Art, located in Philadelphia, PA is seeking a President to lead the school. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the President will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Studio Incamminati’s staff, programs, growth, and execution of its mission. In this role, the President will oversee business, finance, and operations and will work directly with the Board in fundraising and donor relations. In collaboration with the Dean of Fine Arts, the President will also develop new programs. A staff of four, plus the faculty, reports to the President. It is expected that the chosen individual will serve on an interim basis with the position becoming permanent upon an appropriate demonstration of skills.
The ideal candidate will possess an advanced degree in arts administration or a related field or have demonstrated professional and administrative experience, preferably in an educational setting or cultural arts organization. Experience with nonprofit regulations and accounting as well as familiarity with legal and regulatory requirements peculiar to educational institutions (Title IV, Title IX, GI Bill, student visa/immigration, etc.) is a must. Significant experience with nonprofit fundraising and donor relations, particularly in the educational context, is preferred.
Salary is $105,000. Start date is January 1, 2020 or earlier, as the school and candidate agree.
Founded by renowned painters, Nelson and Leona Shanks, Studio Incamminati is dedicated to the study and practice of realist art, and trains professional artists by fusing the classical drawing and painting traditions of the Renaissance and the luminous color of the Impressionists with a fresh, contemporary sensibility.
To Apply: A letter of interest together with a current curriculum vitae or resumé describing one’s experience and qualifications should be sent to:
Chair, Search Committee
340 N 12th St., STE 400
Philadelphia PA 19107
or via email to email@example.com
Contact: Dean of Fine Arts Dan Thompson
Salary: Salary: $105,000/year