Reporting to the Director of the Community Folk Art Center (CFAC), the Administrative Specialist works closely with the College of Arts and Sciences' Dean's Office and provide administrative assistance to the CFAC Director with matters of budget and office administration. The Administrative Specialist administers and tracks the CFAC budget and reconciles all expenditures; manages hiring processes; maintains a presence in the office assisting in supervising student employees and the office assistant and monitoring CFAC space.
Community Folk Art Center, Incorporated (CFAC) was founded in 1972 by the late Herbert T. Williams, a professor in the Department of African American Studies, in collaboration with other Syracuse University faculty and students, as well as local artists and Syracuse city residents. The primary motivation and objective for the establishment of CFAC was to provide a high-quality showcase for African Diasporan artists, creating a setting for dialogue and interaction among emerging, mid-career and professional artists, in Central New York and beyond.
Internal Number: 86281
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