Communications & Exhibits Prep | Beeville, TX

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Hours:             Monday – Friday 9:00 AM –5:00 PM; other days/times as scheduled        

Reports to:       Assistant Director  

  • Represent the Foundation in a responsible manner and maintain a high level of confidentiality.
  • Security, cleanliness, and safety of the Beeville Art Museum, artwork, grounds, and visitors.
  • Aid in achieving and maintaining standards to the highest level possible through visitor experience,  programming, and maintenance of the building/grounds.
  • Greet patrons upon arrival providing a warm, vibrant welcome to all visitors by creating a positive first impression of the museum. Provide relevant information about programming and upcoming events.   
  • Invite visitors to sign guest book and monitor in or around the adjoining galleries.
  • Enforce Museum policies.
  • Attend special events hosted by the Museum.     
  • Maintain current BSA YPT training and BSA Adult Leader Registration.
  • Other requests as assigned.


Skills and Requirements 

  • Excellent communication and writing skills with the ability to write for a variety audiences.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, Slack, and Facebook. Adobe Suite, photo and video editing software a plus.
  • A problem-solver who takes initiative and   possesses a strong aptitude for working independently.
  • Detail oriented with strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Art Handling and exhibition installation preferred.
  • Clean background.
  • Reliable transportation.


  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • 1-2 years of experience in an arts related organization preferred.
  • Knowledge or background in the arts preferred.
  • Previous museum experience a plus.


  • Develop monthly e-newsletter, programming flyers, exhibition invitations, and all graphic materials.  To include paper and online formats and coordination/approval with Director and/or Publicist.
  • Develop content, materials, and theme for outside presentations and conferences.
  • Serve as the Museum’s webmaster, working with Director and Publicist, to oversee and implement continual updates of the website; always ensuring that the content is current.
  • Expand the Museum’s social media presence; (Facebook/Instagram) make timely updates as well as monitoring and responding user generated content and comments.
  • Provide Museum information to online community events, calendars, and to external arts and community websites and Glasstire.
  • Serves as lead staff photographer; organize photos so they can be quickly accessed for promotional use.  


  • Onsite exhibition contact.
  • Routinely monitors exhibition spaces and art storage for temp/humidity, environmental hazards, safety, cleanliness, and ongoing maintenance concerns.
  • Receives, inspects, documents, labels, and catalogs incoming/outgoing works.  Responsible for documentation of art inventories and condition reports.
  • Responsible for and facilitates proper packing, labeling/storing/shipping for all artworks including packing materials and accompanying documentation entering/exiting BAM.
  • Oversees the movement, exhibition, and storage of art objects in order to guarantee security of the collections (permanent & loan).
  • Monitors the condition of permanent collection (in/out).  Maintains complete visual/written documentation of all objects.
  • TX Artists Exhibition - communication with the artists, organize/input submission information, verification of work(s) approved for exhibition, and coordinates drop-off/pickup of works.  Designs and oversees production/mailing of invite. 
  • Produces loan documents, guest inventory/sales inventory and lettering for Exhibits in Galleries.
  • Provides onsite cleaning staff with special cleaning and/or avoidance instructions.


  • Examine exhibits and facilities and note areas needing repairs.
  • Document figures for:  daily sign-in, tour figures, and offsite programming.
  • Update mailing list and email contact information.

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.  4.10.2024


  Salary - $42,000 annually

  Benefits – Healthcare, dental and vision offered, 401k Plan, robust holiday schedule, and paid time off after one year


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About the Beeville Art Museum

The Beeville Art Museum (BAM) was created and funded by the Joe Barnhart Foundation in 2000 and features rotating exhibits from renowned artists, collections from other museums, galleries, and private collections from across the state. 

The Victorian-style house was built in 1910 by Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Hodges and for 72 years the house remained in the family as a private residence. The Foundation acquired the house in 1983 and used it as a gathering place for local artists to paint and explore their craft. The Foundation began renovating the house in 1996 converting the first floor of the house into five gallery spaces. In 2002 a large classroom and meeting space were added to the original structure.   

BAM re-opened to the public in March 2001 with a large-scale sculpture exhibition featuring pieces from established Texas artists including Virginia Fleck, Kathy Hall, Sharon Kopriva, Charmaine Locke, Jesse Lott, Michael Manjarris, James Surls, and Anne Wallace. 

Today, BAM continues to reflect Dr. Barnhart’s vision by providing educational programs and activities that stimulate the imaginations of young people throughout Bee County. 

Using art education as a positive force, the museum works serves more than 5,000+ students annually allowing them to develop creative skills and critical thinking through a diverse combination of programming.

The Joe Barnhart Foundation continues to operate and fund the museum annually allowing for free admission and a variety of free programs throughout the year. For more information please see