Open Calls and Opportunities: Nov 2021 (Singapore/SEA)

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.

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Info & Resources

Note: Info on reliefs, grants and packages by the Singapore government can be found here

[Singapore] Clubhouse Discussions by SG COVID-19 Creative/Cultural Professionals & Freelancers Support Group

The SG COVID-19 Creative/Cultural Professionals & Freelancers Support Group hosts a discussion for freelancers and creative professionals on Clubhouse every Wednesday at 10pm. This Facebook support group was first set up in Feb 2020 to share tips, resources and information for creative and cultural workers.


[Singapore] COVID-19 Recovery Grant

Lower- to middle-income employees and self-employed persons (SEPs) who remain financially impacted by COVID-19 may receive up to $700 per month. Apply from now till 31 Dec 2021.

[Singapore] Sing Lit Station HALP Fund

The HALP Fund is a discretionary fund used by Sing Lit Station to support literary arts practitioners in the creation and presentation of their work in any form. It also aims to provide subsistence funds during tough times. The maximum quantum will be $500 per application. Applications will be held year-round until 31 March 2021 or until funds are fully disbursed, whichever comes first.


[Singapore] SAMPP COVID-19 Relief Fund

Singapore Association of Motion Picture Professionals are offering grants for filmmakers and others in the film industry.


[Singapore] SkillsFuture Top-Up

Adult Singaporeans aged 25 and above will receive a one-off $500 SkillsFuture Credit top-up. Eligible individuals can start using the additional credit from 1 October 2020. Singaporeans aged 40 to 60 will receive a special $500 SkillsFuture Credit top-up. This will be over and above the $500 SkillsFuture Credit top-up for Singapore Citizens aged 25 and above. From 1 October 2020, this top-up can be used on all SkillsFuture Credit-eligible courses, and will expire on 31 Dec 2025.


[Singapore] Self-Employed Persons Training Support Scheme

All Self-Employed Persons will be entitled to between $7.50-$11 an hour of training allowance for SkillsFuture series courses and selected sector-specific training programmes. This will be administered by NTUC.

More info can be found here.


Open Calls


Open Call: Close-up on Producing: Singapore – Berlin

Close-up on Producing: Singapore – Berlin, a 5–day hands-on producers’ workshop, is set in motion to enhance personal exchange and to encourage long-lasting collaborations and partnerships between practitioners in Southeast Asia and Europe. Taking place during the 72nd Berlin Film Festival, Close-up on Producing: Singapore – Berlin will be led by Peter Rommel, one of Germany’s most prolific and successful independent producers.

This specially–crafted closed-door workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to meet and network with key people from the industry.

The workshop is intended for emerging Singapore-based producers working in the industry, who have produced at least one feature film and who wish to expand their networks and knowledge of producing with and in Europe. This programme will provide participants access to Rommel’s extensive production expertise and wide personal networks, as well as to 72nd Berlinale programmes.

Berlin: 10 – 15 February 2022
Singapore (before and after): 4 & 18 February 2022

Deadline: 3 December 2021



Open Submission: PESTA BONEKA #8 Remembrance

PESTA BONEKA is an international puppet biennale festival initiated by Papermoon Puppet Theatre since 2008. This is an open call for artists all around the globe to be part of the festival. PESTA BONEKA #8 “Remembrance” format will be online and offline.

PESTA BONEKA #8 will be held on 3rd to 9th October 2022. This year’s theme will be “Remembrance”.

Deadline: 15 December 2021



Open Call: Culture | Smart City Connections: Open Call

Cities are changing at an extraordinary pace. In particular, the impact and influence of the digital age are vastly stronger today, where the term ‘smart city’ has captured the imagination of many across the globe, including urban planners, policy makers, artists and civic activists.

This Open Call uses the optic of the “smart city” to critically explore the shifting and increasingly complex relations between culture and technology in urban landscapes.This under-explored parallel consideration of culture and technology offer unique ways for a deeper understanding of emergent modalities of culture, creativity and the city.

Entries can be in a format of the participant’s choice, and may be in the form of, but not limited to: Short text, digital / interactive art, video / audio documentation, photography and moving images, performances, sound art, transmedia storytelling, literary works from poems to short fiction, thought pieces / short essays / critical responses.

Deadline: 15 December 2021



Incubation Programme: Scarlet Mela Festival (SMFA)

The Scarlet Mela Festival (SMFA) is a platform to celebrate, facilitate and incubate young and upcoming independent traditional arts practitioners. The aim of the festival is to gather a community of critical arts practitioners who value tradition and are excited to push boundaries and want to be the change-makers for the next generation.

The first iteration of SMFA focuses on an incubation programme for the dance sector in traditional arts, encompassing all cultural dance forms. This programme is an 8 week-long process from Jan-Mar 2022 for selected applicants. The programme is targeted at independent traditional arts practitioners between the ages of 21-35 who are Self-Employed Persons (SEPs).

Deadline: 16 December 2021



Artist Residency Call: Aichi University of the Arts 

Aichi University of the Arts invites artists from around the world to the university through an artist-in-residence programme with the goal of promoting collaboration in education and artistic activities. By inviting artists, (including artist groups) who are actively engaged in artistic endeavours, the university aims to enhance exchanges among artists, faculty members and students, and thereby adds some fresh air to the university as an education and research hub with an active atmosphere.

Focus area: Fine Arts (painting, sculpture, installation, print making, design, photography, film, etc.)

One resident artist or artists group will be selected for a residency lasting 30-100 days, and taking place in the period from June 1, 2022 – December 16, 2022. The selected artist/s will be provided with living and working space, travel costs, production and living expenses.

Deadline: 17 December 2021



Open Call: Asia Art Archive | Artist Exercises

Asia Art Archive announces an Open Call for artist-educators based in Asia, as part of a project to develop creative exercises for their communities of learners. Participants will draw inspiration from AAA’s collections, which are freely accessible online, and contain a wide range of materials on recent art histories of the region.

The intention of this programme is to enable cross-cultural referencing between the multiple contexts and histories of the region, where, for instance, a teacher from Sri Lanka can connect to an archival photograph from Hong Kong, a student in Singapore can relate to a document on craft from Pakistan, and a module on gender and art in Nepal can reference a women-led biennale in Thailand.

The selected group of artist-educators will receive an honorarium of HK$10,000, and a budget to test their exercise with their group of learners onsite or online. At the end of the programme, we will feature the new exercises on AAA’s website as part of our Educator’s Resources so that they will be accessible for teachers and learners in the long run.

Deadline: 20 December 2021



Call for Submissions: FISH EATS LION REDUX

2022 will see the ten-year anniversary of the groundbreaking publication of Fish Eats Lion: New Singaporean Speculative Fiction. Editor Jason Erik Lundberg is seeking submissions for Fish Eats Lion Redux, to be published in late 2022 by Epigram Books, of new and innovative original short speculative fiction in English.

The story should be at least fulfil one of the following:

– your protagonist is Singaporean (i.e. born or naturalised in Singapore),
– your protagonist (Singaporean or otherwise) is living in Singapore at the time of your story (i.e. Singapore is the setting), OR
– your story’s themes are inspired by life in Singapore.

Stories are recommended to be between 3,000 and 5,000 words, with a maximum of 7,500 words.

Deadline: 15 February 2022



SCCC: Open Call for Programming Ideas

As part of the SCCC’s aim to promote Chinese Singaporean art and culture, it is inviting Singapore-based artists, organisations and community partners to submit their proposals for programmes to be held at our centre. The proposed projects could be presented in any format and need not be limited to exhibitions, guided tours, workshops, talks, conferences, performances, demonstrations, film screenings or educational courses.

SCCC: Chinese Arts and Culture Research Grant

The Chinese Arts and Culture Research Grant is an initiative introduced by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre in 2018. Its goal is to fund research projects related to Chinese visual arts, performing arts, culture and impact, and/or contribution of these Chinese visual arts and performing arts on Chinese identity and culture in Singapore.

This grant aims to engage and encourage local institutes of higher learnings, think-tanks and academics to:

– Document and conduct research on different aspects of Singapore’s Chinese arts and culture that are of interest to SCCC
– Strengthen SCCC’s arts and culture resources and research capabilities

SCCC: Publication Grant

The objective of the Publication Grant is to disseminate research on Chinese Singapore culture conducted by institutes of higher learning, think-tanks, researchers and academics. This Grant will support publications in the following areas of research: Chinese visual arts, Chinese performing arts, Chinese culture, and Chinese Singaporean identity.

The maximum grant quantum for the project is 50% of the project funding subject to a cap of S$50,000 per project.



Open Call: Raise Three Fingers

Raise Three Fingers (formerly Art for Freedom MM) is a campaign hub founded by artists and creatives in Myanmar to bring the global art community together and highlight the unfolding human rights and humanitarian crises caused by the military coup on February 1 2021. They are calling on the global art community to raise three fingers and shine a light on an illegitimate power grab.



Call for collaboration: 136 Goethe

Goethe Institut has announced a new arts space within its premises called 136 Goethe. They would like to invite the public, the arts community of Singapore and everyone who is interested in intercultural collaboration and innovative practices to engage in and access 136 GOETHE.



List yourself: Producers SG Directory 

The Producers SG Directory is an online database of independent arts producers and managers working in and across Singapore and the region.

This is a growing directory. Producers SG welcomes submissions from producers and arts managers from Singapore, the rest of Southeast Asia, as well as professionals who work regularly with artists and/or platforms in this region.



Open Call: Conservation Research Writing Residency

Rimbun Dahan now offers short-term residencies, between 2 weeks and 3 months, for researchers in environmental conservation issues who need time and space to write up their research for publication.

Applications on a rolling basis from 1 March 2021.



Call for pitches: so-far Issue 4: Platforms

so-far is a platform for both emerging and established writers which publishes long-form writing, deep dialogues, or experimental formats from letter-writing, speculative fiction, creative non-fiction, ekphrastic poetry, and more. It is calling for pitches for its next issue now.



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.

July issue: Submit between February and April

January issue: Submit between August and October






Fulbright University Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam): Faculty Member

Fulbright University Vietnam is Vietnam’s first independent, non-profit, liberal arts university. It recently announced that it is hiring full-time faculty for its Undergraduate Program for the Academic Year 2022-2023.

Courses include:

– Faculty of Art and Media Studies: Film and Media Studies

– Faculty of Literature: Literature

– Faculty of Social Studies: Global Humanities and Social Change, Foundations in Literary Studies, and Critical Methods in Literary Studies and others



Cambodian Living Arts (Phnom Penh, Cambodia): Cultural Season: Outreach Officer

Cambodian Living Arts is looking for a Cultural Season Outreach Officer to support the Cultural Season. For this role, you will collaborate with teams in Cambodia as well as virtually to complete assignments. Your days will include a variety of communications related tasks that require foundational knowledge in print and digital content creation including: graphic design, photography, videography, media relations, WordPress website editing and very strong time management skills.

If you have a passion to understand and learn more about Cambodia through the lens of arts, this is a great opportunity to see inside an organization that supports the value of creative expression in society.



Phare Ponleu Selpak (Battambang, Cambodia): Development and Communication Manager

Phare Ponleu Selpak (PPS) is a not-for-profit Cambodian registered association, offering children and youth unique opportunities to develop themselves and their families through visual arts, graphic design, animation, music, theatre, dance and circus training, social support and general education since 1994.

The Development and Communication Manager shares responsibilities with the Executive Director in proposing and implementing the development/fundraising and communication strategies of PPS to present PPS in the best way possible in internal and external communications and fundraise for the ongoing activities of PPS. This position is also responsible for monitoring all income-generating activities through the organization’s own activities.

Must be fluent English (spoken and written); French fluency a plus.



Kamal Arts: Arts Manager (6 months)

Kamal Arts is a visual arts studio and fine-arts gallery located within a community cultural hub, Wisma Geylang Serai.

Job roles include:

– Assist the Artistic Directors to implement art programmes (visual/ performing arts).

– Management and scheduling of arts facility.

– Liaise with artists for project administration, marketing and execution.



DECK: Programme Manager

Job responsibilities include:

– Work closely with Artistic Director and Education Manager to create publicity materials for Exhibitions and Programmes at DECK

– Work closely with Festival Executive for the marketing of 8th Singapore International Photography Festival

– Create a marketing strategy to promote art programmes and activities for DECK and SIPF

– Liaise with designers to ensure all marketing materials are accurate before print



Little Artists Art Studio Pte Ltd: Head of Programs – Arts

Job roles include:
– Lead and supervise a team of art teachers in curriculum planning, art projects, teachers training, managing art programs, managing teams, student development, parent interaction, etc.
– Experience in department/school administration
– Overall administration of the art school Looking for people that are passionate about teaching children
– Scheduling classes Parent & student interaction



Singapore American School: Schoolwide Theater Coordinator

Leader in an education-focused theater complex. Acts as supervising production manager for all of the programs that utilize SAS theater facilities and as a producer and liaison for both inside and outside groups using the facilities. Must possess an understanding of how productions are managed in an educational context in order to make effective decisions on how the facility will be scheduled and prioritized.



National University of Singapore: Tenure Track Positions (Malay World in Southeast Asia)

The Department of Malay Studies at NUS seeks to hire two tenure track assistant professors with a PhD in either the Social Sciences or the Humanities, one of whom will be on a joint appointment with the Department of Southeast Asian Studies.  Candidates should have area studies knowledge of the Malay world in Southeast Asia.

Successful candidates are expected to take up the appointments by July 2022.



Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts: Adjunct Lecturer, BA (Hons) Performance Making

Job roles include:

– Undertake contact/teaching hours in Arts policy and proposal writing.
– Design, prepare and develop documents such as lesson plans and assessment descriptors as well as teaching resources/materials.
– Plan and supervise of a variety of activities such as projects, productions, collaborations, etc.
– Supervise and assess students’ assignments/works/projects.



Raw Moves: Assistant Manager (Full-time)

Raw Moves is looking for a proactive, independent team player with the ability to multi-task and work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.

The Assistant Manager is to work together with the Company Manager and Artistic Director to strategise, develop and implement programmes for the company including but not limited to, daily operational business planning, grant applications and project management.

The Assistant Manager is to help enhance the Administrative support of the company and to assume responsibility, accountability and to act in the role of the Company Manager in his/her absence.



Arts House Limited: Assistant Manager/Manager, Programming & Producing

Arts House Limited (AHL) is looking for a Programming and Producing Assistant Manager / Manager to conceive ideas, develop and execute them as programmes (particularly Chinese) for The Arts House (AHL). The job includes to build strong and long-term partnerships with Chinese artists and arts organisations, and to assist and support as needed other AHL projects.



ENCORE FILMS: Distribution Executive

Encore Films is committed to an employee-orientated, high performance culture that emphasises empowerment, quality, continuous improvement, and the recruitment and on-going development of a superior workplace. The candidate must be a MOVIE ADDICT to excel in this role.

Responsibilities include:

– Assist in distributing movies theatrically in Singapore and regional markets

– Build and maintain strong relationship with local and overseas partners

– Prepare sponsorship kits and proposals for potential partners / sponsors for both local and acquired movies

– Liaise with TV stations and business partners for the licensing of rights



YALE-NUS COLLEGE: Lecturer in Art Practice (Educator Track)

Yale-NUS College is seeking to hire a full-time Lecturer position in “Art Practice”, which is one of three curricular tracks in the Arts & Humanities major (which is one of four majors in the Division of Humanities at Yale-NUS College). This position is on a fixed term contract of up to three (3) years, starting in the Academic Year 2022-2023.

The successful candidate is expected to teach at least five (5) courses in the area of Art Practice and show strong commitment to teaching art practice in an undergraduate liberal arts context with particular attention to the relation of art practice to gender, identity, society, and politics, with demonstrable experience in any one or both of the following areas of expertise: (1) Film, Sound and Media Studies; (2) Photography and Imaging.

Applicants should have a relevant PhD or MFA. A clear ability and passion for undergraduate education is essential. The incoming faculty member would join a committed team dedicated to the development and teaching of the Arts & Humanities.



LASALLE College of the Arts: Part-time Lecturer – BA(Hons) Arts Management (Digital Cultures)

The BA(Hons) Arts Management programme is seeking a Part-time Lecturer in Digital Cultures to plan and deliver teaching in the assigned modules, specifically in digital cultures, digital creative industries, digital communications, digital creativity.

The primary responsibilities of a Part-time Lecturer are to plan, teach and assess within the existing curriculum of the assigned programme and provide student-learning support. Part-time Lecturers are usually engaged on a semester basis and paid on an hourly-rated basis. The rate of pay will depend on the qualifications and experience.

Deadline: 22 Oct 2021 or until the position is filled



LASALLE College of the Arts: Part-time Lecturer – BA(Hons) Arts Management (Arts Placement and Industry and Community Engagement)

The BA(Hons) Arts Management programme is seeking a Part-time Lecturer – Arts Management Career Advisor to plan and deliver teaching in the assigned modules, specifically in Arts Placements and Industry and Community Engagement, as well as supervise student internships and advise them on their career development.

The primary responsibilities of a Part-time Lecturer are to plan, teach and assess within the existing curriculum of the assigned programme and provide student-learning support. Part-time Lecturers are usually engaged on a semester basis and paid on an hourly-rated basis. The rate of pay will depend on the qualifications and experience.

Deadline: 22 Oct 2021 or until the position is filled



LASALLE College of the Arts: Lecturer (Dance)

The School of Dance and Theatre (SoDT) seeks to appoint a dynamic and energetic full-time lecturer for the Diploma in Dance programme. Reporting to the Head of School and Programme Leader, you will teach dance classes, choreography classes, supervise projects and, where appropriate, dissertations in various programmes in the School. You will have opportunities to provide technical and artistic guidance and supervise and produce high-quality student performances and productions to meet learning outcomes.

The ideal candidate should have innovative ideas about integrating theory and practice in dance-making across cultures and art forms.

Deadline: 10 Aug 2021 or until the position is filled



LASALLE College of the Arts: BA(Hons) Film (with specialisation in Producing)

The Puttnam School of Film & Animation in the Faculty of Fine Arts, Media & Creative Industries seeks Part-time Lecturers to teach into the BA(Hons) Film programme.

Reporting to the Programme Leader, you will be teaching producing to Level 1 and Level 2 students in the BA(Hons) Film programme, covering line producing, as well as the business of film and film financing. You will also consult with students regarding production related matters on their portfolio, as well as group films, which are mandatory components on the programme that all students must undertake.

The primary responsibilities of a Part-time Lecturer are to plan, teach and assess within the existing curriculum of the assigned programme and provide student-learning support. Part-time Lecturers are usually engaged on a semester basis and paid on an hourly-rated basis. The rate of pay will depend on the qualifications and experience.



My Community Ltd: Community Organiser (Festivals, Tours and Experiences)

My Community is a non-profit organisation which conducts community-based participatory research and heritage assessments; establishes community museums, archives and libraries; organises participatory programmes and guided tours; and cocreate community architecture and urban spaces.

Job responsibilities include:

– A passionate community organiser who is keen to work with the community and various stakeholders on inclusive and collaborative arts, culture and heritage programmes
– Conceptualise, research and work on My Community Festival and upcoming community-based programmes at Museum @ My Queenstown.
– Conceptualise, research and conduct physical and virtual guided tours for My Community.

Deadline: 3 Dec 2021



Tusitala x Jala: UX researcher

Tusitala and Jala are looking for an experienced, part-time UX researcher to work on an interactive multilingual reading solution (app), targeting young children and publishers. In this role, you should be an analytical and creative individual who is able to grasp user needs and solve problems. A strong portfolio of successful UX and mobile app projects is essential.

Contract period: Dec 2021 to Mar 2022

Deadline: 6 Dec 2021



Tusitala x Jala: Project Manager

Tusitala and Jala are looking for a part-time, project manager to work with on an interactive reading solution, targeting young children and publishers. In this role, you should be a meticulous, reliable and organised individual who is comfortable juggling different tasks and liaising with multiple stakeholders. Experience in project management, arts management or publishing is nice to have.

Contract period: Dec 2021 to Mar 2022

Deadline: 6 Dec 2021



SINGAPORE CHINESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY: Manager / Senior Manager (Culture, Education & Community Affairs)

Job responsibilities include:

– Conceptualise cultural, social, education and community-related projects and events that enhance our organisation’s branding.
– Plan functional strategies as part of the strategic planning process to achieve the goals set by the Culture, Education and Community Affairs Committee.
– Supervise and organise cultural, social, education and community-related projects and events.
– Liaise and negotiate with vendors and stakeholders.

Deadline: 10 Dec 2021



National Gallery Singapore: Various positions

National Gallery Singapore is recruiting for various positions including Senior Executive (Partnership Development), Senior Manager (Integrated Marketing) and Senior Executive/Assistant Manager (Mechanical & Electrical). Info

Roles include:

National Gallery Singapore: Manager (Integrated Marketing)

Job roles include:

– Develop and execute integrated marketing campaigns for changing exhibitions, programmes and key events through storytelling and content marketing across multi-channel platforms (both offline and online) to achieve brand awareness and visitorship targets for the Gallery, both locally and internationally.
– Develop campaigns with focus on digital and social media engagement with the target audience.
– Manage marketing and communications collaterals – both print and digital, content for key campaigns on websites, audio/visual production and environmental branding.

Deadline: 6 Dec 2021


National Gallery Singapore: Manager (Digital Engagement & Support)

Job roles include:

– To plan and to implement, in collaboration with various partners, the Gallery’s digital engagement plans with a vision to create awareness, enhance accessibility and develop meaningful connections between individuals and communities, its exhibitions and collections.
– To keep up to date with developments in digital engagement practices and strategies, access and inclusion practices and psychographic profiles of local and global art audiences.
– To work closely with artists, curators, programmers and producers to develop optimal experiences for the audiences for the digital domain. The projects, larger-scale or intimate ones, may include designing experiences in navigating a website on various formats but is not limited to the commissioning of artists’ work on digital platforms or may have a digital component, and/or the translation of work from the physical to the digital.

Deadline: 24 Dec 2021



NTU Museum and Archive: Deputy Director

The Head, NTU Museum and Archive is responsible for providing the vision, setting strategic directions, plans and goals, and leading their execution towards achieving a world-class university museum and archive that is recognised for its unique interdisciplinary art collection, capabilities in public art commission, and comprehensive archival collection on NTU’s contributions in the history of education in Singapore and globally.

The incumbent should aspire to achieve excellence in promoting and fostering interdisciplinary collaborations through innovative exhibitions and programming, promoting the use of collections for research and scholarships, leveraging on technology to enhance access and providing archival and art resources to improve the quality of teaching and learning in NTU.



NTU School of Art, Design and Media: Research Associate (Arts/Social Sciences/Humanities)

School of Art, Design and Media is looking for a candidate to join them as a Research Associate. The position is to support the research project “Climate Crisis and Cultural Loss” led by its Lead Investigator (PI) Professor Ute Meta Bauer.

The incumbent should aspire to achieve excellence in promoting and fostering interdisciplinary collaborations through innovative exhibitions and programming, promoting the use of collections for research and scholarships, leveraging on technology to enhance access and providing archival and art resources to improve the quality of teaching and learning in NTU.



The Finger Players: Outreach Manager

The Finger Players is looking for a passionate, self-motivated and detailed-oriented Outreach Manager. Reporting to the General Manager and Artistic Director(s), the Outreach Manager plays a key role in curating, managing and executing of community outreach and educational programmes to build diverse audiences of various demographics.

Please email your CV and cover letter with your expected salary to



Singapore Art Museum: Senior Curator

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.



Singapore Art Museum: Senior Manager, Access and Programmes

SAM is seeking a full-time position for Access & Programmes. The role will support the Education, Access and Programmes team in the delivery of immersive and inclusive experiences.

Responsibilities include:

– Curate and/or coordinate engaging programmes that can reach a broad range of audiences, including children/person with special needs, youth, children, families, seniors, and community groups
– Continued commitment to Access programmes and building partnerships
– Working with artists to develop/support the SAM Touch collection and/or resources based on SAM’s collection
– Manage budgets, and supervise staff, interns and/or volunteers
– Ongoing development of inclusive content for SAM for online and onsite audiences, including administrative support



Singapore Art Museum: Manager/Senior Manager, Public Art (Programmes & Outreach)

Responsibilities include:

– Develop and execute, in collaboration with various SAM departments and partners, public art programmes for a broad range of audiences
– Plan and implement outreach and engagement strategies
– Generate content including programme materials, reports, marketing, online content etc
– Manage the programmes schedule, budgets, as well as associated financial approvals, procurement and payment processes in accordance to organisation policies



Singapore Art Museum: Manager/Senior Manager, Biennale Office

Responsibilities include:

– Provide administrative and project management support to the Biennale Office.

– Manage the Singapore Biennale website and online archive



Pangdemonium Theatre: Business Development Manager

Pangdemonium is seeking to fill the pivotal position of Business Development Manager. Reporting to the company’s Artistic Directors and interfacing with the Company Manager and other business team members, the position is responsible for attracting and securing funding and in-kind support through corporate, institutional, media, hospitality and production partnerships.



Marina Bay Sands: Associate Director of Programmes (ArtScience Museum)

ArtScience Museum is looking for a dynamic and experienced leader to become Associate Director of our Programmes department.

The new Associate Director of Programmes will have a passion for public programmes and education activities which engage a wide range of audiences. This is a senior, exciting role for an energetic and driven professional wishing to take the next step in their career.



Nanyang Technological University: Manager, Curator

Responsibilities include:

– Curate Content for Exhibition and Outreach

– Develop a World-class University Archive and Art Collection

– Archive and Art Collection Management

– Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Partnerships

– Public Art Management



SOTA: Various positions

School of the Arts Singapore is recruiting for various positions including Teacher, Faculty of Visual Arts; Head of Department, Faculty of Literature in English and Teacher Faculty of Music.


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About the author(s)

Nabilah Said is an award-winning playwright, editor and cultural commentator. She is also an artist who works with text across various artforms and formats. Her plays have been staged in Singapore and London, including ANGKAT, which won Best Original Script at the 2020 Life Theatre Awards. Nabilah is the former editor of ArtsEquator.

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