Overview: The Chief of Curatorial Affairs and Conservation is a member of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston’s leadership team, and shares accountability for the planning, priority-setting, integration, and stewardship of a forward-looking and financially sustainable institution. Responsible for the MFA’s global collections, ambitious exhibition program and curatorial activities, the Chief oversees the Museum’s curatorial, conservation, registration, collections, exhibitions, gallery reinstallation, and curatorial design departments. The Chief plays a lead role in developing and implementing strategy for the institution, working in close collaboration with the Director and the leadership team. The Chief is responsible for the strategic plannin
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