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The Museum is looking for bright, talented and passionate people to come and work in a collaborative environment.


Open Positions


Associate Director of Institutional Advancement

The Katonah Museum of Art seeks an Associate Director of Institutional Advancement to partner with the Executive Director (ED) in stewarding all aspects of the organization’s fundraising, cultivation,communications, and marketing efforts. A successful candidate will bring excellent interpersonal and written communication skills and a keen ability to prioritize within a creative work environment. They will serve as akey member of the Museum’s leadership team and as an important liaison to the community.

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Development Associate

The Development Associate supports all fundraising and special events initiatives at the Museum under the direction of the Associate Director of Institutional Advancement and provides administrative support for the Executive Director. The Associate will have direct oversight of the ED’s calendar, travel, development, and administrative needs and will act as liaison with staff, Trustees, Emeriti, Director’s Circle members, and external contacts. They will perform a wide variety of administrative tasks involving initiative, discretion, and independent judgment.

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Guest Services Associate

Guest Services Associates (GSA) at the Katonah Museum of Art (KMA) work as front-line ambassadors to create positive experiences for seasoned audiences and new visitors alike. They provide assistance across in-person, phone, and online channels during regular Museum hours and also assist with special events. GSA staff also serve as gallery guards, and ensure that all public spaces are immaculately maintained.

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Per Diem Teaching Artist

The Katonah Museum of Art is seeking a dynamic and creative Teaching Artist to join our Education
Department on a per diem basis. The Teaching Artist will be responsible for developing and
facilitating art-based programs, workshops, and interactive experiences for diverse audiences,
including families, youth visitors, and community participants. The ideal candidate will have a
strong background in art and education, with the ability to engage and inspire diverse participants.

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Additional opportunities to get involved


Our internship program was created with the intention of continuing to evaluate ways in which we can enhance the visibility of the Museum’s programs to attract a diverse audience – the overarching goal being to to build a program that serves students’ educational and professional development needs. Our aim is to nurture up‐and‐coming public relations professionals by offering a unique opportunity to work with a team that develops innovative programs that support the Museum’s growth.

The KMA provides supervised Museum internships designed collaboratively to meet the requirements for school credit. Students also have the opportunity to volunteer for community service credit. The KMA is a registered 501(c)(3) not for profit organization and an equal opportunity employer. 

For more information, and to apply contact or call (914) 232-9555.


KMA volunteers are a special group of supporters who enrich the Museum through their energy, enthusiasm and service. Volunteers engage in a wide variety of activities from welcoming visitors and marketing events, to facilitating hands-on activities for kids and families.

For more information about volunteering at the KMA click here. If you have questions, contact or call (914) 232-9555.

Join Our Docent Team

Become an active member and expand your horizons. Many volunteer opportunities are available for curious, energetic adults. As an example, our engaging docent tour guides are a dynamic group of art enthusiasts who participate in college-level training workshops for each new and varied exhibition. Our tours are constructed for adults as well as for school groups of every age. What are you interested in? Contact or call (914) 767-2985 for information.