ArtsEquator Lobang is a list of available open calls, job postings and other opportunities open to people from Singapore and Southeast Asia. “Lobang”, a Malay word for “hole”, is used in Singlish as a shorthand for an opportunity, valuable contact or a tip.[Updated: 9 Mar]
Audition notice: The Second Breakfast Company
The Second Breakfast Company is casting for its production, The Singapore Trilogy, by Robert Yeo which will be staged in Oct 2020. Multiple roles available.
Auditions will take place 22, 28, 29 March.
Actors wanted: GroundZ-0
GroundZ-0 is looking for female actors who can play the following roles for a coming production at the end of the year: Chinese (Mandarin-speaking)/ Indonesian/ Filipino/Peranakan (one role for each). Actors need not be native to these identities but have to sound like natives. Stage age: 25-35.
You will need to be comfortable as a loud, dramatic and OTT (Over-The-Top) character, and yet still have the authenticity when needed at specific parts.
Available to rehearse in Aug/Sept. The project will be somewhere in Oct/Nov but dates are not confirmed.
Please send your CV, a recent photo and video links (if you have) to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. You will be notified if you are shortlisted. Auditions will be held around end of March.
Call for Papers: APRU University Museums Research Symposium
Jointly hosted by NUS Department of Architecture and NUS Baba House, this year’s APRU University Museums Research Symposium from 7-9 November 2020 invites personnel within the university domain to discuss, debate, and reflect on architectural heritage within universities. Interested presenters should submit their 300-word abstracts by 24 April 2020 to email@example.com.
Submission of papers by: 24 April 2020
Symposium: 7-9 November 2020
Open Call: The Kuih Kuih symposium
Are you a kueh maker, crafter or artist interested in our kueh making heritage? Would you like to be part of Singapore’s biggest kueh kueh forum and marketplace? The Kueh Kueh Symposium is taking place in July 2020.
Open for Submissions: Sustainable Arts Foundation 2020 Awards
Sustainable Arts Foundation gives out awards of $5,000 each to twenty artists and writers with children. This is an award program that rewards excellence in a creative field (note that this is different from a grant program, in which the application is focused on a proposal for new work). To be eligible, the applicant must have at least one child under the age of 18. Parents of older children with a disability or special needs may also be eligible.
Open Call: P7:1SMA Associate Artists
P7:1SMA is looking for associate artists. Applicants must be local Singapore Citizen with at least 3 years of dance and movement experience.
Deadline: 20 February 2020, 2359 hrs Sg time
Free Weekend Sharing Workshop: Distance in the Family
Participants are invited for this free weekend workshop to meet, share and exchange their personal stories about the concept of distance in our families. Particularly welcomed to transient workers, new citizens, first-generation Singaporeans, permanent residents and their allies in this workshop which will involve storytelling and theatre. The sessions will be facilitated by community arts practitioner and educator Serena Ho and experienced facilitators from Setagaya Public Theatre from Tokyo, Japan.
Saturday, 22 February 2020, 1-6pm
Sunday, 23 February 2020, 1-4pm
Applications Open: Curatorial Associates Program: Sydney X Ho Chi Minh City
The Australia Council’s Curatorial Associates Program gives Australian and Asian curators a unique opportunity to build Asia consciousness and capability, foster relationships with international artists and develop an understanding of alternative curatorial contexts.
4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is pleased to be working with The Australia Council for the Arts in 2020 in partnership with The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre, Vietnam to offer one associateship for a Vietnamese curator in Australia: 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art ( June -July 2020, or August – September 2020). The successful candidate will receive an amount of $8000 AUD and will be responsible for their own travel, visas, accommodation, meals and allied expenses for the 6 week period of the program.
Deadline: 24 February 2020, 1159 (ICT)
Call for Submissions: Indigo Magazine
Indigo Magazine welcomes submissions from artists, makers, designers and creatives of any horizons who would like their very own Southeast Asian voice to be showcased. Pieces can be written in any Southeast Asian language – please send them along with their English translations.
Deadline: 29 February 2020
Open Call: Practice Tuckshop Incubation 2020
Practice Tuckshop is a creative playground for all. From story-telling to Recess Time, the space has hosted and presented many new works. In M1 Patch! 2018, we presented Round Round Buns. In 2019, we presented Hello, How Do You Move? As an alternative venue for unconventional works, Tuckshop seeks to consistently push the boundaries of art-making. We hope to provide the best conditions for diverse ideas to grow, especially the ones that artistically respond to our space. This year, we are opening our doors to welcome more meaningful collaborations.
Application Deadline: 28 February 2020, 5pm
Open Call: The Finger Players’ The Maker’s Lab
The Maker’s Lab is an initiative by The Finger Players to nurture and grow builders and designers of puppets and objects.
Deadline: 29 February 2020
Call for Submissions: Get Luckier: An Anthology
Get Luckier explores the theme “Partnership in the Age of Disruption (The Next Fifty Years).” The way we connect with and experience the world has been altered so dramatically, and Get Luckier seeks to show how Filipinos in Singapore cope, thrive, and progress in this age of social media, instant connectivity, and maximum engagement. They are looking for original poetry, short fiction, and personal narratives that tackle these themes from Filipinos based, or previously based, in Singapore.
Get Luckier is the sequel to the highly successful Get Lucky, a collection of prose and poetry on everything Filipino in Singapore, celebrating family, faith, friendship and love.
Deadline: 29 February 2020
Call for Submissions: M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2021
M1 Fringe 2020 has opened its call for submissions under the theme “Quiet Riot”. The festival runs from 20-31 January 2021.
Deadline: 6 March 2020, 12pm (Sg time)
Open Call: KUL Biennale 2020
Kuala Lumpur Biennale 2020 is looking for Malaysian and Southeast Asian artists to be part of the Biennale, with the theme ‘Tanah Air (Sa)Udara” or “Earth Water (One)Air”.
Deadline: 4 March 2020, 6pm (Kuala Lumpur time)
Open Call: ADAM Artist Lab 2020
Since 2017, Taipei Performing Arts Center’s key project ADAM (Asia Discovers Asia Meeting for Contemporary Performance) has worked with artists from across the Asia-Pacific region and beyond to build a network and platform of cross-culture and interdisciplinarity and continuously generated various artistic process.
ADAM’s Artist Lab is a collective, artist-led and research-based residency program allowing artists from across various disciplines and practices to think and work together in a creative process, inventing new ideas and future collaborations. This year’s title is “On Site: Rehearsing Concurrence and Its (Im)Possibilities”.
Deadline: 9 March 2020 (GMT +8)
Call for Submissions: Beyond the Hijab: Hope
Beyond the Hijab features stories of real Muslim women living in Singapore. They welcome submissions from members of the Muslim community in Singapore of all ethnicities, orientations, and hijab preferences to submit written pieces – poems, monologues, songs or even raps! Write about the issues you care about, the challenges you face spiritually or in your daily lives, and what your religion means to you. This month’s theme is Hope.
You can submit under a pseudonym if you want to maintain anonymity and submissions will not be reproduced in any way except with the permission of the author.
Deadline: 10 March 2020
Call for Artists: Venice International Art Fair 2020
Venice International Art Fair is a contemporary art fair that presents collective and solo projects by leading and emerging international artists. The 12th edition will represent a forum for direct exchange of ideas and contacts between collectors, artists, photographers, designers and art professionals. The art fair features paintings, sculptures, photography art, installations, video art and live performance.
Venice International Art Fair is organised by ITSLIQUID Group in collaboration with Venice Events and Ca’ Zanardi. Dates: 9 April – 10 May 2020
Deadline for application: 13 March 2020, 1159
Call for Entries: Mahogany Issue 1: The +65 South Asian
As a minority diasporic population, South Asians are often essentialised – by others and ourselves – into what we should be, rather than what we are. Such perceptions pigeonhole us and can be damaging. At the same time, they present us with an opportunity to interrogate our own identities. Mahogany is looking for new literary works (poetry or short stories) that interpret what it means to be South Asian in a Singaporean context.
Deadline: 15 March 2020, before midnight
Call for Papers: Routledge Companion to Theatre and Young People
Charlene Rajendran, Selina Busby, Kelly Freebody are seeking abstracts for review for a proposed new Routledge Companion on theatre and youth which seeks to interrogate the often overlooked/neglected relationship between theatre and young people. The editors are seeking contributions to this volume that provide critical, research-informed and research-based discussions on the intersection between young people, their representation, and their participation in theatre.
The intention of this volume is to engage in conceptual breadth, examining four interrelated contexts:
– Making theatre with young people
– Making theatre for young people
– Representations of youth in theatre
– Representations of youth by young people in theatre.
The volume will be international in its scope and readership and the discussions should reflect this global perspective. Authors in this Companion should be working in the disciplines of performance studies, theatre studies, applied theatre and/or drama education. The volume will present a diversity of practices and perspectives, while engaging in deep analysis of the relationship between young people and theatre.
Abstracts due: 15 March 2020
Abstracts will be reviewed, and final chapters chosen based on both the relevance to the volume, international representation, and distribution amongst the four contexts listed above. A brief 100 biography should accompany the abstract. Final chapters should be 5500 – 8500 words, including references.
Email the editors for more information:
Selina.firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Submissions: 2020 Hawker Prize for Southeast Asian Poetry
The Hawker Prize for Southeast Asian Poetry invites editors of literary journals based in or who identify with Southeast Asia to nominate poems they believe are deserving of greater recognition. Poems should be in English or be translated into English.
Closing date: 15 March 2020
Call for submissions: Manuscript Bootcamp 2020
Open to submissions on an annual basis, Sing Lit Station’s Manuscript Bootcamp is an intensive editorial programme that gathers writers, editors, literary academics and publishers together to critique and workshop a handful of the best manuscripts that Singaporean writers have to offer.
Closing date: 15 March 2020
Call for Exhibitors: Singapore Art Book Fair
Singapore Art Book Fair 2020 is looking for exhibitors for its 2020 edition. Exhibitors with new works/publications to be launched at the fair will be prioritised.
Setup Date: 25 June 2020
Fair Dates: 26 — 28 June 2020
Closing date: 27 March 2020
Call for Volunteers: Singapore International Festival of Arts
If you love the arts, meeting new people and want to be a part of Singapore’s pinnacle arts festival, join SIFA as a Festival Ambassador! As a Festival Ambassador, you will work directly with the festival’s creative team, meet like-minded arts fans and get a glimpse of what goes on behind-the-scenes of SIFA!
Closing date: 27 March 2020
Open Call for artists in Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam: Residency in Leipziger, Germany
In collaboration with LIA (Leipzig International Art Programme), the Goethe-Institut is offering artists a three-month residency at the Art and Culture Centre Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei. The nonprofit artist residency at the Spinnerei Leipzig, a 10 hectare big international known art factory of over 120 art studios, galleries and art institutions.
Date: 31 March 2020
Singapore Unbound: 2 SU Fellowships (Southeast Asia)
The goal of the Singapore Unbound Fellowship (Southeast Asia) is to cultivate literary talent and encourage literary achievement by immersing a promising Singaporean author in the life of Southeast Asia. Two fellowships, worth S$1,000 each, are awarded to authors who demonstrate great promise and who will benefit significantly from a stint in Southeast Asia. Applicants may work in any creative genre and language, but must be long-term residents of Singapore (6 years and more) who plan to return there after the fellowship period.
Deadline: 31 March 2020
Call for applications: Goethe-Institut’s International Coproduction Fund
This funding is intended for coproductions by artists in the fields of theatre, dance, music and performance art, in which hybrid and interdisciplinary formats and the use of digital media may be key components. The target group comprises professional artists and ensembles abroad and in Germany, which demonstrably lack sufficient resources to realize their coproduction project on their own.
With the International Coproduction Fund the Goethe-Institut would like to support the unrestricted international and intercultural exchange of artists and their ideas. The facilitation of such an exchange and the networking it spawns among the various players are equally as important as the productions resulting from the project.
The joint application, which must be submitted by the foreign partner (living and working abroad), must show clearly that good working contacts already exist between the partners and that both parties are interested in putting together a dialogue-oriented production. The Head Office of the Goethe-Institut recommends highly getting in touch with local Goethe-Instituts for questions about the development of applications.
Deadline: 15 April 2020, 2359 (CET – Time in Germany)
Call for Submissions: National Youth Film Award 2020
The National Youth Film Awards (NYFA) is open for submissions under both Media Student and Open Youth categories. Participants aged between 15 to 35 years old are free to submit their Documentary, Animation, and Live Action films. This year’s winners will stand a chance to embark on a regional learning journey at events such as the Golden Harvest Awards and Short Film Festival, and SeaShorts Film Festival. Their films will be screened at these recognised events, and they will have the chance to network and learn from regional filmmakers at forums, workshops, and exhibitions.
Winners will also be invited to pitch their stories for an anthology of short films, where they will be given a $20,000 seed fund to produce a short film each.
Deadline: 30 April 2020
Singapore Unbound: 3rd Gaudy Boy Poetry Book Prize
The Gaudy Boy Poetry Book Prize is awarded annually to an unpublished manuscript of original Anglophone poetry by an author of Asian heritage residing anywhere in the world. The winner receives book publication and USD1,000.00. Five finalists will be announced in July 2020, and the prizewinner in August 2020. The winning manuscript will be published in Spring 2021 by Gaudy Boy, an imprint of the NYC-based literary nonprofit Singapore Unbound.
Call for Entries: CPP’s ANI 41 [Philippines]
The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Intertextual Division is now accepting literary contributions for the 41st edition of ANI, the official literary journal of CCP.
With the theme “Paglalakbay: Lakad, Layag, Lipad,” the latest volume will contain essays, poems, short fiction and other literary genres that focus on the tales of Filipinos on their travelling experiences and their insights on culture, arts, and the human condition. Submissions may be in Filipino, English, and local languages of the Philippines, accompanied with a translation in either Filipino or English.
Deadline: 30 May 2020
Call for Entries: A Thousand Cranes
Sing Lit Station (SLS) and the Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN) are working together on an anthology that aims to increase awareness and appreciation of palliative care in the Asia Pacific region. Everyone living in the Asia Pacific region who has been touched by the benefits of palliative care is welcome to submit their poetry for inclusion in this anthology.
Deadline: 30 June 2020
Open for Submissions: 2021 Epigram Books Fiction Prize
Do you have a great story that you’ve always wanted to publish? Why not submit your manuscript for the next edition of the Epigram Books Fiction Prize (EBFP)? Open to writers from all ASEAN countries. While manuscripts have to be in English, new original translations of non-English works can also be submitted.
Deadline: 1 August 2020
Call for Entries: Poetry anthology on pain
Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé and Eric Tinsay Valles are looking for poems for a new anthology, Atelier of Healing: Poetry About Trauma and Recovery.
Deadline: 2 October 2020
ASEF Mobility First! 2020
ASEF Mobility First! is back in 2020. It is a travel grant for artists and cultural professionals in Asia and Europe. The fund is open on a rolling basis, but all travels should take place 20 January and 30 November 2020.
Open Call: Tentacles 2020 Artist in Residence [Thailand]
Bangkok-based art space Tentacles is looking for artists, designers, researchers and creators of all disciplines to apply for its AIR programme. This programme is for creators who aim to develop new body of works, conduct research or experiment and focus on their practice.
Duration: 2 – 3 months
No. of Artists: 1-3
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Tentacles is a self-sustaining, official non-profit organisation which is not able to offer free or sponsored residencies. Residency fees for fully funded or grant receiver is THB 32,000 (~USD960).
Open Call: Untitled Space Artist in Residence
Based in Shanghai, Untitled Space AiR is open to all contemporary artists throughout the year (except Feb). During the year, artists are encouraged to create a new body of work, engage with artists from mainland China and around the world. Duration of residency: 1-3 months
Accommodation and studio provided. Artists will need to pay 8,800 CNY per month to meet the minimum cost of running the residency.
Call for Submissions: The Tiger Moth Review
The Tiger Moth Review, a new and independent eco-conscious journal from Singapore, is calling for submissions of poetry, prose, art and photography that emphasises the connections between “human activity and the environment that produces it”, work that displays an “awareness of ecology and concerns over environmental disaster” (“Ecopoetics”, Poetry Foundation).
They are looking for work that is eco-conscious and critical, work that celebrates the beauty/ bounty of nature, work that is cognisant, curious and contemplative of the relationships between humanity, modernity, cultures and the environments in which we live in or imagine ourselves to inhabit.
Submissions for Issue 4 now open till May 2020.
British School Jakarta: Faculty Leader of Arts [Indonesia]
British School Jakarta is looking for experienced and dynamic teachers who hold a relevant degree and have experience of teaching drama to 11-18 year olds. The ability to work collaboratively and contribute to a diverse programme is essential. Every member of the teaching staff is expected to provide one extra-curricular activity session as a minimum per week and/or a commitment to the primary enrichment programme as well as contribute to the wider community aspects of school life.
Republic Polytechnic: Lecturer (Arts and Theatre Management)
Lecturers will: develop and deliver at least ONE of the following modules:
– Production Design and/or Stagecraft
– Introduction to Technical Theatre, Theatre Production Practicum
– Drafting for Productions
– Production Management
– Arts History
Lecturer will also be assuming responsibilities such as:
– Curriculum and assessment development (Formative and summative)
– Mentor and supervisor to students
– Build industry relations and networks (with local and global industry partners)
– Develop and delivery Continuing Education and Training (CET) courses when required
Facebook: Art Program Curator & Producer – APAC
Facebook is looking for a creative and organised individual to curate and produce Artist in Residence (AIR) installations and related content for Facebook’s APAC offices. The Curator/Producer will be part of a broader Facebook Art Department team helping achieve the goals of the program by producing site-specific installations of art and posters, organising community engagement, and sharing content. This is a full time position based out of Facebook’s office in Singapore.
Metta Welfare Association: Arts Executive
Metta Alumni is looking for an arts executive to be part of its maiden initiative, Arts@Metta, which aims to provide equal access to enriching artistic endeavours for youths with special needs while creating related training cum employment opportunities under a sustainable framework.
– To organise and conduct Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) events and activities with corporates
– To establish contacts with suppliers for products development and retailers for consignments
– To identify business prospects and opportunities via roadshows and CSR activities
– To create awareness and to sell the alumni products to corporates
National Library Board: Associate Librarian (Singapore & Southeast Asia)
You will be part of the team that develops core national and reference collections, in particular on Singapore and Southeast Asia, and to deliver a comprehensive suite of information products and services to meet the research, information and knowledge needs of library patrons, thereby contributing to NLB’s vision and mission.
Deadline: 21 February 2020
National Heritage Board: Senior Researcher/ Researcher, Language Research & Content Projects, Speak Mandarin Campaign (1-Year Contract)
The Speak Mandarin Campaign (SMC) aims to promote awareness and greater usage of Mandarin among Singaporean Chinese, and raise the level of appreciation and understanding of the Chinese heritage and culture. The National Heritage Board is looking for someone with a keen interest in Mandarin, Chinese culture and heritage. The job also includes data collection, analysis, organisation and presentation of the language materials. Besides being proficient in the Chinese language, you also possess an excellent command of the English language (written and spoken).
Application deadline: 22 February 2020
More job listings in the link below.
Singapore Polytechnic: Lecturer (SPOT) – School of Life Skills & Communication
Singapore Polytechnic is looking for some who possesses a passion for working with youths and adult learners. There will be opportunities to organise institutional and regional events, and to develop curriculum and undertake administrative work related to teaching and school/institutional strategic initiatives. Possession of some project management skills and student-leadership training experience would be an added advantage.
The appointee must be competent to teach generic skills modules such as:
– Critical and Analytical Thinking
– Narrative Thinking
– Effective Communication
– Poly-wide Elective modules
Deadline: 25 February 2020
Singapore International Film Festival 2020: Executive Director
The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) is calling for applications for Executive Director. SGIFF’s mission is to grow public support for and appreciation of film and filmmakers, especially those from Southeast Asia. Through its various programmes, SGIFF supports not only the cultivation of audiences, but also the development of Singapore filmmakers and the local film industry. Reporting directly to the Board, the Executive Director will have overall strategic, financial and operational accountability for SGIFF, the Silver Screen Awards, as well as year-round activities e.g. educational programmes, outreach efforts, audience development, and fundraising events, working in collaboration with the Artistic Director.
Deadline: 28 February 2020
ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute: Visiting Fellowships
The Regional Social and Cultural Studies (RSCS) programme at the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute (ISEAS) is now accepting Visiting Fellowship applications from scholars for the following project:
Competing Islamic Ideologies and trend setters in Southeast Asia
The Visiting Fellow will identify competing Islamic ideologies in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, the Philippines, and Thailand, and highlight specific theological ideas and arguments regarding multiculturalism and economic development. The researcher will also analyse agents and personalities who are key trendsetter and survey their means of communication and agenda.
Application deadline: 28 February 2020
National Arts Council: Assistant Manager/Manager, Capability Development
The Capability Development team oversees policies and programmes which aim to build a skilled arts workforce that will shape Singapore’s cultural development.
NAC is looking for someone to contribute towards the implementation of policies, strategies and programmes to strengthen the professionalism of the arts sector, focusing on leadership development and continuing education & training. The candidate will also work on building strong relationships with arts institutions and relevant government agencies that are involved in the training and development of the arts sector.
Applications close: 4 March 2020
More job listings in the link below.
Singapore Tourism Board: Assistant Manager to Senior Manager, Arts
– Drive business negotiations and facilitate partnership discussions of strategic projects, and manage and oversee the progress of these projects.
– Formulating strategies and new initiatives which maximise tourism value-add and competitiveness of the arts and creative industries.
– Growing a strong pipeline of art experiences with tourism appeal and which positions Singapore as a vibrant arts city supporting destination attractiveness.
Internships at OH!
OH! is looking for interns for the following:
Community & Arts Management Internship: The community & arts management intern will work closely with the Community Manager to develop and maintain relationships with various stakeholders (this includes volunteers, teachers, patrons, partners). They will also develop and execute programmes for the above stakeholders.
Curatorial & Programming Internship: The curatorial & programming intern with work closely with the OH! team, artists and external stakeholders to conceptualise and run programmes.
Arts Marketing & Communications Internship: The marketing & communications intern will work closely with the marketing manager to shape the organisation’s communications strategy and bring art closer to the masses. They will help develop and execute exciting marketing and public relations campaigns.
Internships are full-time and come with a stipend.
NUS Museum: Assistant Manager / Manager (Collections)
NUS Museum is looking for an assistant manager/manager to lead and contribute to key needs of the museum in the areas of acquisitions, valuations and collections management, including documenting, accessioning, de-accessioning, storage, care, display, loans and access to the museum’s collections.
George Town Festival 2020: Various Vacancies
George Town Festival is looking for a Public Relations Executive, Account Assistant, Production Assistant and Programme Assistant. The festival runs from 11 to 26 July 2020. Send your resume and portfolio to email@example.com
Singapore Art Museum: Senior Curator
Principal responsibilities include:
– Research and contribute to scholarship on present-day contemporary art globally, with a focus on practices in Singapore, Southeast Asia and Asia.
– Develop areas of research specialisation to support institutional policies and goals on exhibition programming, collection development and publications.
– Curate exhibitions and artwork commissions, develop collaborative and cross-disciplinary projects.
– Plan and lead exhibitions and projects including conceptualisation, negotiations with external institutions and artists, and co-ordination of general exhibition matters.
Singapore Art Museum: Senior Manager, Partnership & Patronage
The Singapore Art Museum is offering a seasoned fundraiser the unique opportunity to contribute to SAM’s development efforts for the long-term sustainability of the museum. You will need to raise significant funds for the building project as well as for programming. You will work closely with a small but dynamic team to cultivate and provide stewardship of corporate and individual partners including donors, sponsors and patrons. Only suitable and serious applicants will be shortlisted through a written assignment.
National Gallery Singapore: Digital Marketing Manager (Performance Marketing & Digital Touchpoints)
In this role, the candidate will join a dynamic team of marketing and communications professionals responsible for continually growing the awareness, preference and visitorship for National Gallery Singapore within Singapore and internationally. This position drives the best practice for digital touchpoint management and performance marketing in the digital ecosystem to help build an integrated end-to-end visitor digital touchpoint user journey across paid, owned, earned media to scale towards the Gallery’s vision of mass-personalisation marketing.
National Gallery Singapore: Assistant Manager (Content Publishing)
The Content Developer plays a key role in making art history accessible to a diverse audience. This involves using language, media and technology to make the Gallery’s exhibitions and programmes more interesting and engaging. This person will be part of the Gallery’s Content Publishing team, which develops a range of content including the Gallery’s publications, our multimedia audio guide, exhibition labels, collaterals, education material, our knowledge portal and other platforms.
More vacancies in the link below.
Arts House Limited: Assistant Manager, Programmes
Responsibilities include working as an integral member of the programming team under the direction of the Head of Artistic Programming, and conceptualising, developing and executing arts programmes and projects in line with the programming strategy of The Arts House and at other prescribed venues determined by AHL.
More vacancies in the link below:
SOTA: Subject Head, Faculty of Visual Arts
The Subject Head of the Visual Arts faculty plays an important role in providing quality and rigorous art education by working closely with the Head in leading and developing the faculty towards nurturing students’ abilities in seeing and creating meaningful connections through a diversity of artistic processes and expressions.
– Development and delivery of curriculum to a range of visual arts classes of different levels and technical proficiencies. The curriculum includes both studio practice and theory and history of art.
– Monitoring and evaluation of student progress, including providing useful and timely feedback to students and other stakeholders.
– Preparation and conduct of assessment of student learning.
SOTA: Teacher, Faculty of Dance
– Design and implement curriculum and assessment for the Dance programme, specifically the ballet technique module
– Monitor and evaluate the progress and development of the students under one’s charge and giving useful and timely feedback to students and parents
– Work with others in supporting the faculty in curriculum development/review and other departmental needs
– Plan, implement and monitor co-curricular programmes to support students’ holistic development
– Maintain up-to-date subject knowledge and preparing relevant teaching resources
More roles available in the link below.
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