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 23 January 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.
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
Join Kolektif 2020
Between 17 to 25 years old? Excited about bridging youth subcultures and the arts? Join Kolektif, and bring to life the first ever Youth Takeover experiment at National Gallery Singapore! Together with a team of diverse young creatives, discover the inner workings of an art museum, embark on dynamic passion projects, and help museums #staywoke!
– Over a period of 7 months, Kolektif members work with staff coordinators to develop and implement one event for young people at the Gallery’s Light to Night Festival in 2021. This event should be inspired by Southeast Asian modern art. It could be a live music gig, an art jam or laser tag in our underground carpark—the form of the programme is entirely up to you!
– Kolektif brings young voices into the decision-making processes of the Gallery, speaking up on issues affecting young people and providing valuable input on strategies to engage new and younger audiences.
– As the pioneer batch, members will have the opportunity to co-create and chart the direction of Kolektif in collaboration with the Gallery!
Deadline: 16 February 2020
Practice Tuckshop Incubation Open Call 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.
Meet-The-Guniangs Session: 10 February 2020, 4:30pm – 6pm
Application Deadline: 28 February 2020, 5pm
Open Call for The Finger Players’ Industry Development Programmes
The Finger Players has announced that we’ll be offering two industry capability development programmes:
The Fellowship Programme: The Fellowship Programme is a year-long leadership development program for mid-career theatre practitioners, who may or may not have engaged with puppetry previously, but have a keen interest in deepening their understanding about the craft of puppetry.
Deadline: 7 February 2020, 1800hrs.
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
Open Call: Community-Engaged Arts Workshop
This workshop is organised by Arts-ED to foster a community of practitioners who wish to harness the power of arts and creativity for social or educational transformation. It will bring together cross-sector professionals like artists, creatives, cultural workers and educators to plan and run community-based arts and culture projects.
Teams may choose to run either type of project and projects must be located in Penang:
A cultural mapping project with a pre-selected school (involving teachers and students)
A community-based project in a pre-selected site (involving members of the community).
Deadline: 16 February 2020, midnight
Pangdemonium’s Playwriting Mentorship open call
Up to three promising applicants will be selected for this prestigious one-on-one mentorship that gives them the opportunity to work with Stephanie Street, a respected writer known for her fearless work. The programme begins in April 2020, where the mentee will work under Stephanie Street for one year to write a full-length play. All meetings will be arranged privately, so you don’t have to worry about it interfering with work or school. At the end of the year, the play may be considered for staging and/or submission for playwriting competitions.
The mentorship programme is open to all applicants of all ages.
Deadline for application: 31 January 2020
Open call for Emergence Creative Festival
The organisers of Emergence Creative Festival and the tourism bodies of Margaret River, Australia are inviting Singapore-based content creators to an Open Call that could take them to the country’s South West to capture the rugged beauty of the famous wine region in late March. Whether you’re a painter, photographer, musician, muralist, podcaster or vlogger (to name a few), the competition is open to content creators who are Singapore nationals or foreign talents based in Singapore.
Four talents will be selected to travel to Margaret River for a 4 day/3 night immersive experience, participate in the Creative Emergence Festival, and create a piece of work inspired by Margaret River region’s stunning coastline, award-winning vineyards and verdant landscape.
Deadline: 16 January 2020, 3pm
Post-Museum open call for artworks
Post-Museum is looking for artworks for the show MailArt: Love in the Time of Extinction.
The grim reality of the Climate Crisis and the 6th Extinction is getting clearer every day. How do we dream, hope, act, care and love in spite of (and because of) this? All artworks received will be exhibited by April, after which, an online repository of the artworks will be created.
Format: Postcard (148 x 105mm) on paper or with cardboard support.
Deadline: 20 January 2020
Sunvault Art Residency [Bintan, Indonesia]
Sunvault Art Residency, an independent festival in The ANMON resort Bintan, is looking for individuals that wish to create projects integrated with nature or experiment with outdoor art installation.
Residency dates: Between 10-20 February 2020 in Bintan, Indonesia
Deadline: 30 January 2020
British Council Mobility Grants Round 3 application open
Connections Through Culture is a mobility grants programme run by the British Council in the UK and East Asia. This programme aims to develop exciting cultural exchanges and collaborations between artists, arts professionals and arts organisations, and to support long-lasting relationships between people from East Asia and the UK.
Applicants must be from the following countries: Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines.
Grant travel should be between May to July 2020.
Deadline: 31 January 2020
Open call for Silver Arts 2020/2021
The National Arts Council is inviting proposals from artists and arts organisations to develop and present arts experiences that are senior-centric and support the notion of creative ageing. The proposals could take on a variety of artistic medium (e.g. literary art, performing arts, visual arts, photography and film) as well as modes of engagement ranging from innovative presentations to analogue/digital participatory projects that involve participants as co-creators. Proposals will be considered for Silver Arts 2020 (3-27 September) and 2021 (2-26 September).
Deadline: 3 February 2020, 2359hrs
Poetry Festival (Singapore) Instagram Poetry Competition
Poetry Festival (Singapore) invites you to participate in our IF WALLS COULD TALK Instagram Poetry Competition with fantastic prizes to be won. Submit your best poem based on the National Gallery Singapore exhibition, City Hall: If Walls Could Talk and stand to win #BuySingLit vouchers.
Poems must be in any of the four official languages (English, Mandarin, Malay, Tamil) and can take on any form.
Deadline: 16 February 2020
Dance Nucleus’ open call for Associate Members
Dance Nucleus is a space for practice-based research, creative development and knowledge production for artists in contemporary performance. Dance Nucleus fosters a culture of critical discourse, artistic exchange and producing support. Our programmes are designed to respond to the needs of our associate artists in a comprehensive way. Dance Nucleus builds partnerships with Southeast Asia, Asia, Australia and internationally.
Dance Nucleus is conducting an open call for Associate Members for the period from February 2020 to March 2021.
Dance Nucleus welcomes applications from different artists regardless of their physical abilities, languages, racial and ethnic minorities, or training background.
Deadline: 15 January 2020
#BuySingLit2020 Call for Volunteers
#BuySingLit2020 is looking for volunteers to take on roles such as Social Media Assistant, Survey Administrator, Footfall clicker and Pre-event Logistics/Packers. Be part of a grounds-up movement on all things literary and have exclusive access to different events islandwide. You will also get to meet local authors up close and personal.#BuySingLit is an industry-led movement to celebrate stories from Singapore.
Dates: 6-8 March and 13-15 March 2020
All selected volunteers would be required to attend a compulsory briefing on 21 February 2020 (TBC) at the Singapore Book Council office, Goodman Arts Centre.
Open call for PERMISI: Open Stage by P7:1SMA
P7:1SMA is proud to host PERMISI, a non-curated open-stage for artists to share with the public and evolve creation processes. PERMISI targets artists of all levels of training and experience. Each run will share approximately four artists with 30 minutes of performance and/or discussion. This will occur bi-monthly at Rumah P7:1SMA till 27 March 2020.
At Permisi, you will be given 30 minutes of presentation/performance time. You are free to use this time as you see fit: some participants have used it to purely perform, some divided the time to perform and hold a feedback and discussion session. This half an hour is an opportunity for you to not only stage your work, but also gather input and build your network. Additionally, you will be given a 2-hour rehearsal slot on your performance day. Permisi is 100% free of charge.
Deadline: 16 January 2020 (for 31 January 2020 showing)
Singapore Night Festival: Open call for Night Lights proposals
This Open Call invites Singaporean and Permanent Resident artists to submit a concept for the installation of public light artworks within Bras Basah.Bugis (BBB) as part of Night Lights 2020.
The 2020 edition of the festival aims to showcase a series of installations and performances that creatively explores innovation in the space of tradition and the future of heritage through contemporary innovative methods of engaging and inspiring heritage to a wide range of audiences.
The proposed artwork should draw inspiration and take reference from the contemporary and historical context of BBB as well as to encourage festivalgoers to experience a showcase of light installations that interact with and transform the urban spaces within the BBB area. The creative process should capture the aspects of culture and heritage as encapsulated by the unique characteristics of BBB.
Deadline: 20 Jan 2020
Cha: Call for Submissions for “Writing Malaysia” Issue
Cha: An Asian Literary Journal will be publishing a special “Writing Malaysia” issue in Mar 2020 and are looking for reviews of books, films, exhibitions or any cultural production on or about Malaysia. Please note that the reviewed items can be in Chinese or other languages, so long as the reviews are written in English.
Deadline: 30 January 2020 (the sooner the better)
Applications for SGIFF Film Fund
SGIFF Film Fund aims to support the production and development of stories from Southeast Asia to build the region’s portfolio. The SGIFF Film Fund comprises two categories: the Southeast Asian Short Film Grant (SEA-SHORTS), and the Tan Ean Kiam Foundation – SGIFF Southeast Asian Documentary Grant (SEADOC).
Applications deadline: 31 January 2020
Objectifs 2020 Curator Open Call
Curator Open Call invites Singapore-based curators to submit proposals for an exhibition to be realised at the Chapel Gallery, Objectifs. This is part of our ongoing effort to broaden perspectives by supporting curatorial research and innovative ways of presenting image-based work. The show will be presented between July to September 2020, at the Chapel Gallery for a period of up to 6 weeks.
The successful proposal will receive:
– A curator honorarium of SGD$1,000
– A production budget of up to SGD $8,000
– Administrative and marketing support from Objectifs
Deadline: 14 February 2020 (11.59PM SGT)
M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2021: Call for Submissions
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)
Call for submissions for 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
Singapore International Festival of Arts: Call for volunteers
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
Call for entries for 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 for 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
Tentacles 2020 Artist in Residence Open Call [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).
Untitled Space Artist in Residence Open Call
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 to 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.
New: Arts Resource Hub
The Arts Resource Hub (ARH) was set up by the National Arts Council (NAC) in August 2019 to provide arts freelancers in Singapore with the necessary resources to sustainably continue their practice, unlock new opportunities and grow meaningful careers. Freelancers are essential to the vibrancy of our arts eco-system as their varied skills and capacity contribute to a range of roles across the industry.
At steady-state, the ARH will encompass a range of resources to meet the varying needs of arts freelancers. This includes a digital space to aggregate resources and shared services in areas such as job opportunities, financial planning, legal support, insurance coverage and training programmes, as well as physical co-working spaces.
实堂 Practice Tuckshop: Tuckshop Guniang
实堂 Practice Tuckshop is looking for a new friendly Tuckshop Guniang (both male and female welcome) to join the team!
– Maintain quality, service, product, order and cleanliness
– Engage with patrons with our signature Practice hospitality
– Perform all F&B- related duties
– Cashiering and counter duties
– Stewarding duties may be required from time to time
– May be required to undertake other reasonable tasks when necessary
KONNECT ASEAN: Project Officer
KONNECT ASEAN is looking for a capable and enthusiastic individual with good community development experience and excellent project management skills.
Under the supervision of the Programme Manager and in collaboration with the Project Director/Advisor of KONNECT ASEAN, the project officer provides direct programme management to the KONNECT ASEAN project. The post is based at the ASEAN Foundation in Jakarta, Indonesia, but with occasional travels to other ASEAN countries and the Republic of Korea.
Deadline: 2 February 2020
Sing Lit Station: Intern
SLS is looking for (a) new remote intern(s)! SLS remote interns work an average of 10 hours per month on an assortment of ad hoc projects, and are paid $100/month.
This could include:
– compiling submissions, tracking inputs, and responding to emails for an anthology publication;
– supporting a writer for a Book A Writer session by preparing the venue, setting up tech, helping to manage the class and sell books;
– making runs to top up paper for Sing Lit Cloud printers, or watching over their move to a new location
The Substation: Various Positions
The Substation is hiring a Programme Manager, Marketing Manager and General Manager.
The Programme Manager is responsible for the overall development, management and day-to-day coordination of programmes at The Substation. This includes, but is not limited to production management, curatorial development, administration of projects, budget accountability, volunteer and intern recruitment and stakeholder management.
The Substation is looking for a Marketing Manager to develop and manage all communications initiatives for the organisation. The primary focus will be to support the annual artistic programmes, but responsibilities also include communications supporting venue hire, fundraising, and the organisation as a whole.
The role of the General Manager is to manage the executive and operational functions of The Substation and the relevant staff in an efficient and effective manner, to develop and improve all functional operations, policies and systems, and to advise the Board of Directors. The General Manager will work with the Artistic Director and the Board of Directors to achieve the agreed Vision, Mission and objectives of The Substation and any policies agreed by the Board of Directors.
Deadline: 23 January 2020
Singapore Repertory Theatre: Open Call for FOH Staff
Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT) is looking for Front of House (FOH) Staff to join their FOH team and provide quality service as a world class theatre company. If you have a love for theatre and customer service, are at least 16 years of age, able to converse proficiently in English, and have basic IT literacy, do check it out.
Deadline: 31 January 2020
Singapore Chinese Dance Theatre: Administrative Executive
Singapore Chinese Dance Theatre is currently looking for suitable candidates who have positive work traits, a strong sense of professionalism and team spirit, and is willing to help the company in its mission to promote Chinese dance in Singapore. As Administrative Executive, you will assist the Company in the areas of general administration, finance and event management to ensure the smooth operation of the company.
NUS Centre For the Arts: Assistant Manager/Manager (Programming & Community Development)
This position reports to the Head as well as Associate Director of Talent Development and Programming. He or she is responsible for programming a diverse range of events and initiatives that enhances CFA’s standing as a champion of the arts in NUS, fostering alumni relations and promoting community outreach by CFA groups. Knowledge of performing art forms and a heart for student development is essential.
Apply before: 11 January 2020
SLAB/SLAI PhD and Early Career Academic Fellowship in Curatorial, Museum and Heritage Studies [Malaysia]
The Skim Latihan Akademik Bumiputra (SLAB) or Skim Latihan Akademik IPTA (SLAI) provides the selected candidate with the opportunity to do a fully-funded 3-year PhD research. Under the SLAB/SLAI programme, the candidate will join the Visual Art Program, Cultural Centre, University of Malaya as a teaching staff, and will be responsible for teaching courses in curatorial, heritage and museum studies that we plan to introduce in our new undergraduate programme in visual art studies.
Deadline for expression of interest: 15 January 2020
Republic Polytechnic: Associate Lecturer (Arts and Theatre Management)
Republic Poly is looking for an associate lecturer who can deliver at least one of the following modules:
– Introduction to Technical Theatre
– Electrical Fundamentals for Theatre Lighting Design
– Introduction to Lighting
– Drafting for Productions
– Stage Management
The candidate should have a qualification in Arts and Theatre Management or its related disciplines, and/or a minimum of five years industry experience, preferably in a related field. Teaching experience is an added advantage.
Apply before: 16 January 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: 25 January 2020
More job listings in the link below.
National Heritage Board: Architectural Consultant, Preservation of Sites & Monuments
The Preservation of Sites & Monuments (PSM) is a division in the National Heritage Board that provides advice and recommendation on preservation of monuments and sites with national significance, which commemorate our Singapore heritage. They are looking for a candidate with architectural expertise who will be an advocate in the protection of these national sites and monuments.
Application deadline: 5 February 2020
ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute: Manager (Special Collections), Library
The ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute is a regional research centre dedicated to the study of socio-political, security and economic trends and developments in Southeast Asia and its wider geostrategic and economic environment.
In this role, you will play an administrative, professional and supervisory role in developing and managing the Library’s special collections, in particular, the Private Papers Collection. You will also manage the operations, long-term preservation and access of the special collections. In addition, you will develop and implement plans to enable the discovery and continued availability of content in all formats for current and future audiences.
Application deadline: 31 January 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
GroundZ-0 原。空: Producer/Arts Manager
GroundZ-0 is looking for a producer/arts manager who possess vision for the arts scene in Singapore and immense drive, and are looking to work in a fast-paced, intercultural and multilingual environment. Both experienced managers and fresh grads (Arts Administrator/Manager) are welcomed to apply.
Application deadline: 2 February 2020, 1200hrs
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.
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum: Manager/Senior Manager
The duties and responsibilities of the incumbent, in the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (LKCNHM), include the following:
– Oversee LKCNHM Front of House (FOH)
– Oversee LKCNHM Outreach and Education Unit (OEU)
– Actively increase the pool of prospective donors and supporters, and plan with key stakeholders to solicit and raise major gifts from donors.
World-in-Theatre: arts administrator
World-in-Theatre is looking for an arts administrator to work on an ad hoc basis for projects, and is open to interdisciplinary work.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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: Manager, Education & Programmes
Job purpose: To research, plan and implement innovative and inclusive museum-based programmes and resources that address the current and future needs of the museum’s community, which comprises youths, working adults, families and those who require accessibility provisions.
Job responsibilities include:
– Increasing the understanding of contemporary art practices for SAM’s target audiences by coordinating SAM programme outreach efforts
– Enlarging SAM’s community by attracting new museum audiences and developing new audience engagement plans
– Developing and managing partnerships with institutions
More vacancies in the link below.
National Gallery Singapore: Senior Manager, Keppel Centre for Art Education
The Gallery is seeking to fill the following position: Senior Manager, Keppel Centre for Art Education. The
Senior Manager will work with artists, designers and stakeholders to develop and operationalise learning
spaces and programmes for families and schools, contributing to a rich vibrant learning environment at the
Essential duties are to project manage and coordinate the design, fabrication and maintenance of artwork exhibits, presentations, workshops and learning spaces at the Keppel Centre for Art Education, and to develop comprehensive operations guidelines, health and safety guidelines, risk assessment methodologies and Front-of House training programmes to ensure safe and smooth operations and visitor experience at the Centre.
More vacancies in the link below:
Arts House Limited: Deputy Head, Programme (Admin)
– Working closely with the Head of Programming to articulate the direction of AHL programmes and co-lead in the development and management of relationships with artists, other arts institutions and stakeholders.
– Working closely with the Marketing and Centre Management Teams in the marketing of AHL Venues Programmes, customer/stakeholder relationship building and contributing to the brand identity of AHL.
– Working closely with the Partnership Team to seek out and obtaining sponsorship for arts events including making recommendations for arts grants, and in facilitating content development for AHL.
– Developing and implementing procedures and manuals, and standard operating policies for supporting artists, the presentation and commissioning of arts performance and running of the Programming Department.
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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