The Terra Foundation for American Art is an equal employment opportunity employer that considers applicants without regard to race, color, religion, parental status, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, or military discharge status.

About the Terra Foundation

The Terra Foundation for American Art, established in 1978 and having offices in Chicago and Paris, supports organizations and individuals locally and globally with the aim of fostering intercultural dialogues and encouraging transformative practices that expand narratives of American art, through the foundation’s grant program, collection, and initiatives. Learn more about the foundation.

Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Access, and Inclusion

The Terra Foundation for American Art is committed to strengthening diversity, equity, access, and inclusion across all aspects of its work, including board engagement, workplace culture, programs and grantmaking, and community and institutional partnerships. We seek to transform and expand how the story of American art is told—through the histories represented, artists and voices included, interpretive perspectives employed, methods of collaboration used, audiences engaged, and intercultural dialogues convened. We encourage applications from candidates who may contribute diverse perspectives to the foundation and help advance its mission.

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