Curriculum Writer and Education Design Specialist at the National Museum of Asian Art

The National Museum of Asian Art has two exciting contract opportunities available. Please see the attached Requests for Quote and Statements of Work for a Curriculum Writer and Education Design Specialist at the National Museum of Asian Art throughout your networks.

About the contracts
Curriculum Writer:

The Contractor (Curriculum Writer) shall provide researching and writing services for Teaching Asian Religions (working title), a digital resource for teachers and educators, which is a component of the National Museum of Asian Art’s Lilly-funded project, Arts of Devotion.

Education Design Specialist:

The Contractor (Education Design Specialist) shall prepare multi-modal, modular content design, using platforms such as (but not limited to) Google Slides, Prezi, or Pear Deck.

Teaching Asian Religions will be a suite of materials written for teachers and students primarily at the middle and high school level. Content is based on teaching religion, specifically Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam, through material culture. The components of Teaching Asian Religions will include lesson plans, video tools, timelines, translated texts, and how-to guides on teaching for inclusion, respect building, and understanding.

Quotes for services (including resume, cover letter, and writing sample) are due by Monday, December 20, 2021. Please apply by email to [email protected].
To applicants: 
Please make sure your bid packet is completed as required and submitted by Monday, December 20, 2021. Should you be the selected contractor, you will need a DUNS number and active registration in SAM.gov (for “All Awards”).