The Museum is supported by almost 1,000 employees and hundreds of dedicated volunteers. MFA jobs span a broad range of careers, from entry-level to professional, including curatorial, conservation and collections management, development, public relations, marketing, education, member and visitor services, finance, and information technology.
Our excellent benefits package includes: A variety of managed health care options for individual, family, or domestic partner. Dental insurance for…
Learn, share, contribute, make a difference! Make a difference to your community, to the arts, and to yourself. Get involved in the ongoing excitement…
Internship opportunities at the Museum are available seasonally in the fall, spring, and summer in a broad range of disciplines.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, unveils in November its spectacular new wing for the Art of the Americas and the soaring glass-enclosed Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Family Courtyard, designed by Foster + Partners (London). Visitors attending the Museum's opening celebrations will be among the first to see the new spaces and enjoy festivities ranging from a black-tie gala and stylish dance party, to special events for members and free Community Days.
Art of the Americas Wing 121,307 square feet Number of galleries 53 -- includes nine period rooms and four Behind the Scenes galleries Gallery space…
The MFA Ambassador Program is an opportunity open to work-study eligible students at participating universities. Ambassadors provide on-the-spot customer service to MFA visitors throughout the building. They help visitors plan and navigate the Museum and offer guidance and interpretation. Positions begin in the fall semester and require a year-long commitment. For more information, please contact Blair Dowd .
Power and passion will be on display at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) in an exhibition of works by 12 women photographers from Iran and the Arab World.
One-of-a-Kind Installation Features Dramatic Tented Fabric Ceiling and Works by Leading Designers of the Era