Open calls and job opportunities

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

Updated 22 Oct

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


[NEW] Singapore Pavilion Ambassadors Programme at Venice Biennale 2022

The 59th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia (Venice Biennale 2022) will take place from 23 April to 27 November 2022. Established in 1895, it is the most established international contemporary art event and widely regarded as the most significant. This will be Singapore’s tenth time participating in the Biennale.

The National Arts Council is seeking individuals for the Ambassadors Programme at the Singapore Pavilion. A total of 10 Ambassadors will be selected for the Programme. Ambassadors will undertake various duties including providing administrative and technical support at the Singapore Pavilion. They will assist in managing the reception for the Singapore Pavilion, along with the general care and maintenance of the Pavilion.

Deadline: 15 Nov 2021, 5:00PM (GMT+8)



ArtsEquator’s Southeast Asian Arts Censorship Documentation

ArtsEquator invites applications for the position of Researcher for a regional arts censorship documentation and publication project it is piloting. The programme runs from Jan 2022 – Dec 2023. There are six positions available, one each based in Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam respectively.

The selected researchers will conduct research and document baseline information about incidents of arts and culture censorship in their home country. Each will also work closely with our Editorial team to create up to 4 content on arts censorship, which will be published on The content may be in the form of written articles, infographics, podcasts, or short videos.

The project is organised by ArtsEquator Ltd. (Singapore) in partnership with Five Arts Centre Malaysia and funded by the Swedish Arts Council.

Deadline for application: 15 Oct 2021



Open Call for Applications: “Workshopables”

“Workshopables” is an experiment in pedagogy, aesthetics and sustainability amongst Singapore artists. In this project, participants will do three things: teach, learn, and make. We’re gathering 20 participants: 12 full-time, and 8 part-time (4 guest teachers and 4 guest makers). This project is supported by the National Arts Council, Singapore.

Initiated by Michael Lee
Co-Developed by Ong Kian Peng
In Partnership with Supernormal
Workshops: 24 Oct 2021; 11-13, 18-20 Nov 2021, and Jan 2022
Exhibition: Feb/Mar 2022

Deadline for application: 15 Oct 2021



IMPART Art Prize 2022

The IMPART Art Prize (formerly known as the IMPART Awards), presented by Art Outreach, aims to support the professional development of emerging artists and curators in Singapore by providing impactful career building opportunities. Each year, up to 3 promising individuals will each receive an SGD20,000 prize comprising SGD15,000 in cash and an international exchange programme (valued at SGD5,000*) offering visits to renowned institutions and exposure to leading practitioners. The prize is open to Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents aged 18 to 40, working in any medium.

Deadline: 15 October 2021



Asian Festival of Children’s Content 2022: Call for Papers 

An open call for papers is announced for the Asian Festival of Children’s Content AFCC 2022. If you are passionate about books and stories for children and young adults (YA), please send in a proposal for your presentation and stand the chance to be featured at AFCC 2022.

Deadline: 17 Oct 2021



Rimbun Dahan 2022 Residency for Malaysian artists

Rimbun Dahan calls for applications from artists currently based in Malaysia for 1-3 month residencies in 2022. Residencies include self-contained studio and accommodation (including utilities) at Rimbun Dahan, and RM1000 allowance per month. Artists from any discipline (visual arts, performing arts, writers, etc), arts writers and arts managers may apply.

Deadline: 17 Oct 2021



Call for Application: Asia Teaching Artist(TA) Exchange Workshop

The Korea Arts and Culture Education Service invites Asian Artists to the ‘Asia Teaching Artist (TA) Exchange Workshop’ to see the present and future of Asia together. TAs from Southeast and Northeast Asia will gather to discuss the social role of arts and teaching artistry through exchange workshop and see possibilities to carry out small-scale joint or collaborative projects beyond boundaries.

Participants and Region: Southeast/Northeast Asia Artist, who is willing to discuss the social role of arts and teaching artistry through exchange workshop with the interest of Asia contemporaries.

Deadline: 19 Oct 2021



Invitation to be part of a production by Jarunun Phantachat

This is an invitation to be a part of the next production by Jarunun Phantachat, co-artistic director of B-floor theatre group. Send your voice clips on your story, experience, hope or any expectation towards society, country or Southeast Asia at this moment in any language. Your voice time capsules will be revealed on stage with performers and audience by October of next year.

Submit your clip with the following details:
– Date and time and venue of your recording
– Your name if you are comfortable to share ( no obligation)

Send your voice to by 20 Oct 2021




Project Future Malaysia

Project Future Malaysia draws inspiration from the speculative fiction genre in the literary world and the term ‘Afrofuturism’, defined as a cultural aesthetic that combines science-fiction, history and fantasy to explore elements of black history and culture. This project explores and addresses the themes and concerns of Malaysiansby envisioning and reimagining possible futures for the nation.

Malaysian Writers, Artists and Creatives:
Send an expression of interest in any art form that responds to the theme of reimagining possible futures for Malaysia. 15 applicants will be paid an RM500 commission fee. Deadline for submission: 20 October 2021.

Malaysians anywhere:
Share your imaginative ideas and creative solutions to reimagine possible futures for Malaysia in 250 words or less. The top 10 submissions would receive an RM150 Grab gift card. Deadline for submission: 10 December 2021.



Common Tonalities: Southeast Asian new music workshop call

Common Tonalities is part of the Nusasonic initiative of SE Asia Goethe-Institutes that explores Southeast Asian tuning systems and scales through modern music technologies for the creation of new music. Applications invited from musicians, composers and sound artists from or living in Southeast Asia for a collaborative workshop and album production project.

Nusasonic advocates for an expansion of sonic palettes with a focus on music from Southeast Asia. We invite participants to a series of workshops, led by Khyam Allami, that focus on the subject of tuning and the cultural biases in music technologies, the practical analysis of tuning systems of Southeast Asian music based on published resources and archival recordings, and how to use them in various creative musical processes. Participants are expected to attend all workshops and create new pieces of music with tonalities, scales, and rhythms endemic to Southeast Asia. Common Tonalities will culminate in a freely accessible compilation album grouping the resulting new tracks.

The workshop is free but limited to 15 participants, who will be selected via open call.

Deadline: 31 Oct 2021



Art Wonderland: Open Call for Artist-in-Studio Residency

In-Studio with: Art Wonderland is a residency programme developed by the Art Wonderland team with the aims of connecting the local art scene with younger audiences. This residency programme is meant as a platform that allows for creatives of diverse backgrounds to be exposed to the value of education in art-making and collaboration. This is open to visual artists working individually.

Deadline: 31 Oct 2021



2022 Commonwealth Short Story Prize

The 2022 Commonwealth Short Story Prize is open for entries. There are five winners, one for each Commonwealth region.

The prize is free to enter and open to any citizen of a Commonwealth country who is aged 18 and over. It is awarded for the best piece of unpublished short fiction (2,000–5,000 words). Regional winners each receive £2,500 and the opportunity to be published online by Granta magazine, and the overall winner receives £5,000.

As well as English, stories are accepted in the Bengali, Chinese, French, Greek, Kiswahili, Malay, Portuguese, Samoan, Tamil and Turkish languages. Translated entries from any language into English are also eligible. If the winning story is a translation, the translator receives additional prize money.

Deadline: 1 November 2021



All The Things We Couldn’t Say: Digital Theatremakers Program

All The Things We Couldn’t Say is a three-year collaboration between Salamanca Arts Centre in Australia, and Checkpoint Theatre in Singapore. For the first year of the project (2022), they are seeking four participants from Australia (two from Tasmania) and two participants from Singapore to begin a process of contact, investigation, and digital collaboration.

All participants will receive an honorarium of AUD $2,000 payable by the Australia Council for their participation in year one of the development program, as well as additional support on a case-by-case basis.

This program is designed for creative practitioners who are:

– early or mid-career artists in Singapore or Australia. Applicants must be citizens or permanent residents of either country.
– interested in meaningful Asia Pacific engagement, devising methodologies, and interdisciplinary work, with a demonstrated prior involvement with live theatre or performance. Artists who work in creative and technical capacities including writing, directing, making, devising, performing, designing, staging, production, lighting, sound, digital and all their intersections, are all invited to apply
– open to committing to a long-term engagement including work on a new ensemble collaboration after the first year. The first year is focused on research and capability building.

Deadline: 9 November 2021, 3 pm AEDT



Australia-Singapore Digital Residencies

The Australia Council for the Arts and the National Arts Council Singapore will jointly deliver the third iteration of a program of four digital residencies between Australia and Singapore, two for each country.

This micro-grant is an opportunity to seed research, projects or exchanges and collaborative processes between artists and/or creative practitioners from the two countries, with the potential to spark new connections or deepen existing relationships which may result in co-creation of new work.

Residency dates: January 2022 – July 2022

Deadline: 9 November 2021, 3 pm AEDT



International Engagement Fund

This pilot fund supports the Australian arts, cultural and creative sectors to explore opportunities to engage internationally, in the wake of unprecedented global change and disruption. This fund prioritises remote, online and hybrid modes of cross-border engagement while international travel is restricted.

In alignment with the Australia Council’s new International Engagement Strategy 2021-2025, this fund encourages borderless thinking and applications for engagement in any part of the world. It supports innovation and prototyping of new models for creative collaboration, presentation and distribution.

This fund will only support online and hybrid modes of delivery up to 30 June 2022. Applications for travel taking place post-June 2022, must consider the Australian Government’s travel advice.

Deadline: Round 1, closing 9 November 2021 at 3pm AEDT, for projects commencing from 1 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






[NEW] Arts House Limited: Manager/Senior Manager, Marketing & Communications

Job purpose:

– Develop and deliver an effective Marketing and Communications strategy supporting Arts House Limited’s (AHL) key strategic plan.
– Assist in building the festivals / events strategy aligned to AHL’s objectives to ensure the festivals’ / events’ success and excellence in event marketing execution.
– Other responsibilities include cultivating media, project managing media events, facilitating media interviews and monitoring media coverage for AHL festivals, programmes and events.
– Stakeholder Engagement & Management: manage and advise internal and relevant external stakeholders on media communications and public relations strategies and execution.
– Crisis Communications & Issues Management: anticipate and advise on potential issues; develop communications plans to manage issues and crises.



Wild Rice: Production Manager

Responsibilities: The Production Manager is responsible for the scheduling, budgeting, contracting and execution of all design and production-related aspects of Wild Rice’s Season. They will lead a team of production staff to oversee our day-to-day production operations and requirements, ensuring that every production comes in on time and on budget.

Deadline: 15 Oct 2021



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

Deadline: 15 Oct 2021



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



National Gallery Singapore: Assistant Manager (Programmes) – Film Programmes

In this full-time role, the candidate will be part of a team that realises the production, distribution and exhibition of films at the Gallery within a programming framework, in line with the institution’s mission to create dialogues between the art of Singapore, Southeast Asia and the world to foster and inspire a creative and inclusive society. The candidate will be responsible for co-creating and implementing film-related programmes in conjunction with the Gallery’s exhibitions and festivals, as well as designing outreach programmes for different types of audiences.

Deadline: 23 Oct 2021



UWC SEA (Dover): Head of Visual Arts / Visual Arts Teacher

UWCSEA has a vacancy for August 2022 at its Dover Campus for Head of Visual Art / Visual Arts Teacher. The appointee will teach a range of high and middle school classes and will lead the High School department offering of UWCSEA courses, IGCSE Visual Art, IGCSE Graphic Art and IB Diploma Visual Art.

The Head of Visual Art is a pedagogical and organisational leader of the academic department responsible for the teaching and learning of Art. The Head of Arts has responsibility for the quality of the Visual Art Department’s courses, management of departmental resources and the professional practice of its personnel. He/ she/they will also collaborate with other Heads of Departments.

Deadline: 23 Oct 2021




ArtsWok: Internship – Communication Assistant

Responsibilities include:

– Support Communication Manager in strategising and creating content for ArtsWok Collaborative’s social media platforms and mailing lists. As the work would include our programmes’ platforms, this requires becoming familiar with and learning how to work using the different identities of each programme to create effective marketing.
– Liaise with partners or participants of our programmes to get soundbites needed for content.
– Support Communication Manager in collecting data for the analysis of social media, EDM and website metrics.
– Design experience is preferred, as you might be involved in designing visuals and PDFs for our thought series Community Inspirations, which include articles, podcasts and possibly videos.

Internship period: Late Oct/Nov 2021 – April 2022. An extension beyond 6 months can be explored.

Deadline: 24 Oct 2021



Singapore Chinese Orchestra: Senior Executive/Assistant Manager, Marketing Communications

Responsibilities include:

– Oversee and manage writing, design and layout of publications such as SCO newsletter, annual reports, event booklets (ad-hoc)

– Oversee and manage concert house programme layout for concerts

– Oversee and manage copywriting and translations of concert, event, programme write-up, and publications (digital and print)

– Oversee, manage and analyse audience survey to understand market trend and audience preference, and assist the team to use market information to drive marketing campaign strategy

Deadline: 24 Oct 2021

Other positions are also available in the link below.



National University of Singapore: Lecturer (Southeast Asian Studies)

The Department of Southeast Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore seeks to fill an Educator Track position. The appointment will commence in August 2022.

They are particularly interested in candidates who bridge the fields of environmental anthropology, political ecology, and conservation science with reference to the Southeast Asian region. Demonstrated experience with community empowerment will be considered an added bonus. The successful candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in these fields. In addition to teaching, the successful candidate will be expected to supervise undergraduate and graduate students. Depending on qualifications, the candidate may be hired at the rank of lecturer or senior lecturer.

Deadline: 19 Nov 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.



NTU: Part-time Lecturers for Master of Arts in Translation and Interpretation (MTI) Programme

Candidates should have a proven track-record in teaching English-Chinese translation/interpretation or related courses for at least three years at the tertiary level. Qualified applicants will be placed in a pool of candidates for suitable teaching roles, such as that of “course instructor”, whose responsibilities include preparing course materials and teaching slides, conducting teaching and attendance taking, designing exercises, assignments, and/or course projects, providing students feedback on their performance, and marking students’ course work accordingly.



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



STPI: Senior Manager / Manager (Sales & Admin)

Overall Job Objectives:

To provide exceptional sales and business development support to STPI’s key sales-driven initiatives, namely exhibitions, art fairs and Friends of STPI membership to ensure the sustainability of the business.

The candidate should have a Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Arts with at least 8 years of working experience.



Intercultural Theatre Institute: Noh Theatre Teacher

ITI invites applications for a Noh Theatre teacher for a 10-week period. The module to be taught is Noh Theatre, in ITI’s Professional Diploma in Intercultural Theatre (Acting) programme.

Responsibilities include:

– Teach the fundamentals of Noh Theatre, its performance and how it applies to contemporary acting. You will create a presentation by the students at the end of the teaching period
– Assess the students according to ITI’s assessment and evaluation approach, comprising continual and semester-end assessments; this includes providing written evaluation reports



Singapore Art Museum: Singapore Biennale Assistant Manager/Manager, Production Management (1.5 year contract)

Responsibilities include:

– Provide guidance for Production Management team
– Develop and implement all aspects of planning and operations relating to the realisation of exhibitions and other projects, as well as the care of artwork collections
– Organise and develop a full project life cycle plan for all production management activities,
– Ensure projects are delivered on time, within scope and budget



Singapore Art Museum: Senior Manager, Biennale Marketing (1.5 Years Contract)

Responsibilities include:

Strategic Roadmap for SB22 Marcomms (20%)

Integrated Marketing & Communications (80%)

– Appoint and manage an integrated communications vendor for the following work streams:
– Communications & Public Relations
– Branding
– Closer to SB2022, tap on the wider Marketing Communications and Creatives team to drive selected workstreams.



Singapore Art Museum: Manager/ Assistant Manager, Content Publishing

A Content Developer plays a key role in making art history accessible to a diverse audience. This involves using language, media and technology to make exhibitions and programmes more interesting and engaging.

This person will be part of the Singapore Visual Arts Cluster’s (SVAC) Content Publishing team, which develops a range of content including the publications, multimedia audio guides, exhibition labels, collaterals, education material, digital publications and other platforms. Publications range from exhibition catalogues to general and children’s titles, covering mainly Southeast Asian art history, museum collections, exhibitions, research and buildings.

He/She will develop a range of content on these platforms and report to the Deputy Director, Content Publishing. This role suits someone with editorial experience.



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.



Raw Moves: Marcomm & Admin Executive (Full-time)

Job Requirements:

– Strategise, develop and execute all marketing concepts for corporate branding, performance platforms and outreach (community initiatives, studio classes and partnerships) events.

– Co-ordinate, organise and assist in performance platforms and operational administrative work.

Raw Moves: Dancer/Apprentice (Full-time)

Job Requirements:

– Trained Contemporary and/or Ballet dancer (dancers formally trained in other styles are also welcome to apply);

– Age 21 and above;

– Interested in interdisciplinary works;

– Receptive to work creatively and collectively;​

Audition: Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Solo Work (3 mins) and Improvisation



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.



Mynah Magazine: Factchecker

Mynah Magazine is looking for a detail-oriented factchecker for its next issue. Candidates must be based in or otherwise be extremely familiar with Singapore.

Email for info and expressions of interest.



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



National University of Singapore: Centre Manager

Social Service Research Centre (SSR) at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore (NUS), would like to invite suitable candidates to apply for a full‐time position as Centre Manager. The appointment will be tenable for two years at the first instance, with the possibility of renewal. SSR’s Centre Manager is primarily responsible for the Centre’s day-to-day administration & operations, supporting the Centre’s full spectrum of research initiatives and engagement programmes.



National University of Singapore: Manager, Marketing Communications

The Manager will be responsible for managing marketing and communications efforts in support of CFA’s events and activities, across traditional and digital media channels. In particular, the candidate should be able to plan and execute full-funnel marketing activities on earned, paid and owned social and digital media, with the objective of increasing the awareness and engagement for CFA groups, programmes and events.



T:>Works: Development and Partnership Associate/Manager

T:>Works seeks a highly-motivated and entrepreneurial individual to be responsible for sustaining, securing and managing philanthropic revenue including institutions, individual donors, trusts and foundations, corporate partners and other funding bodies. He/She/They will work closely with the Executive Director and collaborate with the T:>Works team to ensure the success of the company’s fundraising plans.


T:>Works: Communications and Engagement Associate

T:>Works seeks a high-energy, organised and creative individual as Communications and Engagement Associate, to be responsible for overseeing the communications, media, community and digital content / social media marketing for T:>Works and its projects.



Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts: Lecturer, Fine Art Programme

Main Roles and Responsibilities include:

– Provide academic leadership and support in managing the academic and operational administration of assigned courses or Programme

– Plan and organise a variety of activities, such as workshops, exhibitions, performances, Open House, marketing outreach programmes or any internal/external events

– Mentor and provide pastoral care and support to students, including career guidance and Industry-based learning (IBL) supervision

– Establish and maintain links with the industry and institutions, to foster a total approach of academic pursuit alongside with industry practice



Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts: Lecturer, Fine Art Programme (Half-Load)

The candidate must provide academic leadership and support in managing the academic and operational administration of assigned courses or Programme, which include undertaking 10 to 12 contact/teaching hours per week during term time teaching art modules, including studio and research knowledge, professional and industry practices, art history and theory modules and providing support to the other Diploma programme (Art Teaching) in terms of studio practice component.



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).



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

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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