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.[Last updated: 25 September 2019]
Hors Pistes Residency 2020 in Singapore: Call for designers and editorial team
Association Hors Pistes, with the support of Singapore Design Council, is looking for 6-8 international and Singapore-based designers, and 2 members to join their editorial team for a month-long residency in Singapore from mid-July to mid-August 2020. During the residency, artisans and designers will conceive projects together while an editorial team will document the collaborations. Past residency programmes have been in Ouagadougou (2013), Banfora (2014) and Nuuk (2017).
Application deadline: 30 September 2019
Audition Notice: R&D for new show based on WWII Malay Regiment
Audition notice for Caucasian or mixed-race male actor with a playing age of 25-35, good with British or Australian accents and comfortable with devising, ensemble work and physical movement. Must be available between 13 to 17 November 2019. Auditions will be held on 19 October 2019.
Apply by 1 October 2019.
Open call for plays by Southeast Asian writers
Lazy Native is a theatre collective that champions Southeast Asian work on international stages. They are seeking plays on the theme of “rot” written by Southeast Asian writers to be presented in a semi-staged format at a central London venue in February 2020, as part of the biggest festival of theatre and art held annually in London.
Deadline: 14 October 2019, GMT 5pm
The Great Singapore Replay (Season 2) – Open Call for Submissions
In its second season, TGSR offers 10 music talents the opportunity to be guided by five established artists in creating 10 new original songs. These songs will be inspired by mashups of distinct tunes, voted by the public, from five iconic eras of Singapore’s history and five modern music genres.
Deadline: 20 October 2019
IMPACT Awards 2020: Open for submissions
Art Outreach is looking for two emerging Singapore visual artists and one curator for its 2020 IMPACT Awards. The winners will receive opportunities for professional development, SGD$15,000 and a four-day exchange trip to New York City. Age limit: 18-35.
Deadline for submission (self or third-party nomination): 31 October 2019
Call for submissions to The Tiger Moth Review
The Tiger Moth Review, a new and independent eco-conscious journal from Singapore, is now calling for submissions of poetry, prose, art and photography for Issue 3, slated for publication online in January 2020. They are looking for work that engages with the themes of nature, culture, the environment and/or ecology. They accept works written in non-English languages with their English translations.
Submissions for Issue 3 will close in November 2019, but the journal welcomes submissions on a year-round basis.
Applications open for fourth edition of SEAFIC2020
Each year, SEAFIC shall select five 1st, 2nd, and 3rd-time filmmakers with work-in-progress scripts to work with our veteran script consultant for 8 months to develop and refine their screenplays. Participants shall attend three sessions in Thailand. The sessions are conducted in English. Open to filmmakers from Southeast Asia developing their 1st, 2nd, and 3rd feature-film projects only.
Deadline: November 15 2019 2359 Bangkok Time
Open Call for M1 CONTACT 2020 (11th edition)
An artist-led Festival that pursues an attitude of openness where every individual’s point of view is valued, M1 CONTACT Contemporary Dance Festival will be embarking on its next decade of contemporary dance in 2020. They are looking for the following:
- DiverCity: Exceptional budding dance-makers in Singapore who would like to develop an existing or new idea into a complete work.
- M1 Open Stage: Tour-ready cutting-edge short solos or duets from all over the world, especially from Southeast Asia.
- Off Stage: Dynamic new works-in-progress from Singapore and Southeast Asia.
Open Call closes: 30 November 2019, 2359hrs (Singapore time)
MUTEK.JP: Open Call for AI Music Lab
MUTEK.JP will collaborate with Gamma Festival and EDGEof to lead a multidisciplinary laboratory using artificial intelligence in the creation of sound and music in Tokyo. The AI Music lab will gather musicians, composers, sound artists, musicologists, programmers, researchers, engineers and curators alike to jointly explore the intersection of artificial intelligence and art. The application of AI during the lab uses three musical approaches with relevance to Japanese culture: Soundscape composition, Noise music and Techno music production. Ultimately, the best results will be presented at the upcoming instalment of MUTEK.JP festival on December 11-15, 2019.
The call for applications for the MUTEK.JP AI Lab is now open to local and international artists.
Closing date: 20 September 2019
OPEN CALL for Participants | Cassettes 100, José Maceda
National Gallery Singapore is looking for members of the public to be part of the Singapore premiere of José Maceda’s Cassettes 100 (1971), happening on 23 November 2019 at 3pm. The 30-minute performance will involve 100 performers roving the Gallery in a one-time-only showcase where ritual meets the avant-garde. This edition of Cassettes 100 is directed by Dr Jonas Baes, choreographed by Elizabeth de Roza and will be filmed by Sherman Ong.
Apply by: 31 October 2019
Open Call for MasterCard Digital Art Project
Artacia and MasterCard are inviting TWO Digital/New Media artists from Asia to create artworks for
the new MasterCard Experience Center in Singapore that will highlight factors that keep
MasterCard at the forefront of technology and innovation.
This project aims to explore the convergence of art with innovation and its impact on society through the lens of MasterCard. The artworks will demonstrate how dynamic advances in technology are rapidly modifying our culture and way of life through specific themes selected by MasterCard. Selected artists will be paid to fly to Singapore and spend a week to visit the MasterCard space and meet/interview relevant MasterCard staff before returning to their studios to develop the digital artwork.
Clockenflap HK 2019 Arts Open Call
The Clockenflap curatorial team would like to invite creative proposals which respond to our theme SCALE, for this year’s visual arts program. The three-day music and arts festival will take place from the 22th – 24th November 2019.
Submission deadline: 26 September 2019
British Council in East Asia is launching Connections Through Culture, a new mobility grant for exciting arts opportunities in the UK and six countries in Southeast Asia. Connections Through Culture is open to applicants from the UK, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines. This programme aims to develop exciting cultural exchanges and collaborations between artists, arts professionals and representatives of arts groups, and to support long-lasting relationships between people from Southeast Asia and the UK.
Deadline: 26 September 2019
WILD RICE is looking for tomorrow’s talents today! Our youth division begins work again later this year under the guidance of veteran theatre practitioner Edith Podesta. Auditions will be held on 6 & 13 Oct 19 (Sun), from 11am to 6pm.
Deadline for application: 29 September 2019, 6pm (audition slots are booked on a first-come-first-served basis)
Open Call: Cultural Center of the Philippines 2020 Exhibition Venue Grants
The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) has maintained its thrust of promoting contemporary visual expressions and has earned a reputation for accommodating non-commercial, innovative, and even controversial projects and exhibits.
The VAMD is accepting proposals for the 2020 Venue Grant Program. Since the Center’s inauguration in 1969, the CCP has been known as venue for contemporary, experimental, and multidisciplinary works. It has also served as a launching pad for artists to enter the local and international art community. The CCP also serves as an implementing agency for cultural programs and agreements between the Philippines and other countries. Artists, curators, art organizations, and institutions are welcome to submit proposals.
Deadline: 30 September 2019
The producers of the inaugural edition of the UAE’s 2020 Sharjah Fringe have put out a global call for producers of children’s and family theatre to apply to be part of the first Fringe Festival in the region.
The Fringe, due to take place from 16 January – 1 February 2020, is seeking work that will “inspire, entertain, thrill and amaze” a young audience and their families.
Deadline: 30 September 2019
Rimbun Dahan Southeast Asian Art Residencies 2020
Rimbun Dahan is inviting visual artists, writers, arts managers, and researchers/curators from Southeast Asian countries to submit applications for residencies in 2020. Rimbun Dahan residencies provide a quiet, green and peaceful space for artists and arts workers to commit themselves deeply to their own artistic practice, within a warm and supportive community. Residencies can be minimum 1 month and maximum 3 months. Places are limited.
Deadline: 30 September 2019
ASEF Unplugged: Open Call for Partnerships in 2020
The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) is now inviting proposals from arts organisations to partner with on its event-series ASEF Unplugged-Conversations on the Arts in Asia and Europe, which aims to facilitate more open and engaging conversations on topics of local or bi-regional interest.
Deadline for submission: 30 September 2019
Insurgent Tongues: Call for Submissions
In Motherless Tongues, scholar Vicente Rafael writes of the “irreducibly insurgent element in every language that undermines attempts at mastery.” “Mastery” can point to a range of things: fluency in a language, supremacy over a person, colonial suppression of a nation. A new folio of the Transpacific Literary Project will celebrate the disobedient and porous nature of language, and interrogate authoritarian attempts (and failures) to control the complex formations of self, family, school, and nation.
Submissions are accepted in any language of East Asia, Southeast Asia, and South Asia*. All contributors, writers and translators, will be paid.
Deadline for submission: 7 October 2019
Metropolitan Museum of Manila artist-in-residence programme
The National Arts Council Singapore and Metropolitan Museum of Manila (MET) are pleased to offer a two-month artist-in-residence programme from January to February 2020 for one mid-career Singapore visual artist.
Based in Manila, the programme offers a dynamic artistic and cultural experience for an artist to develop fresh perspectives and artistic expressions that mirror the ever-expanding spectrum of contemporary art across national and regional contexts.
Deadline: 8 October
Unlimited: International Placement
The placement is a paid professional development opportunity, to get involved with the delivery team for the Unlimited programme supporting work by disabled artists, in the United Kingdom. It will involve the placement holder visiting London for several weeks in March-May period to get to know the Unlimited delivery partner organisations (Shape Arts and Artsadmin), and the Unlimited team. There will be a second trip to London early September 2020, to assist the Unlimited team in the activity around Southbank Centre’s Unlimited Festival.
This opportunity is for individuals that identify as disabled, and who have professional experience of working in the arts sector, whether that be through employment or self-initiated projects. The role is aimed to develop project managing, producing, event managing and arts administrative skills, and will be tailored to work to the strengths and interests of the placement holder. It is for an individual living anywhere in the world outside of the UK, with a high level of spoken and written English, or British Sign Language, that will enable them to fully benefit from the experience.
Application Deadline: 14 October 2019
Raw Moves: Open Call for Dancer
Raw Moves is looking for dancers:
– Trained contemporary and/or ballet dancers (dancers formally trained in other styles are also welcome to apply)
– Aged 21 and above
– Interested in interdisciplinary works
– Receptive to work creatively and collectively
Auditions: Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Solo Work (3 mins) and Improvisation. 1st November 2019, Friday 10am – 3pm
To apply, kindly email Curriculum Vitae and Headshot to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 October 2019, 11:59 pm SGT
* Only shortlisted applicants will be notified ** Applicant must be a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident.
Raw Moves: Open Call for RawGround
Raw Moves is looking for collaborators for its RawGround programme, which takes place in April 2020. RawGround promulgates a curated mini-marathon that nurtures dialogue through enquiry and examination. Twelve continuous one-hour segments conducted by artists and non-practitioners, each investigating diverse subject matter.
Theme for 2020/21: Reference
For many of us, our memories are one of the greatest treasures we possess. Be it collecting photographs, writing, creating art or engraving it deeply into our minds, we make certain that our memories and the emotions they carry are always accessible to us. Extracting from this emotional response, industrial innovators across businesses, education systems, activists, governments, sports organisations, the entertainment industry and more are quick to mine on our attachment to the ‘immediate’ past through a powerful remembrance device – Data. Has our sentimentality surrendered us to an intangible industry where emotions are managed through digital captures from personal ‘Like’, ‘Visit’, ‘Share’, amongst other wants and needs? What value does our nostalgia for the past add to or take from our lives? Is it simply the act of reminiscing or is it also a potent tool to be wielded? Does the power it has over us have potential to be manipulated in other ways that affects not just our present but also our future?
We invite you to share your performance pitch for this platform taking place April 2020. Let us know:
– What you would like to investigate into;
– How it is related to the theme Reference;
– Why you think your topic is important;
– How you intend to research into this idea over 3 months.
Send in this proposal, Curriculum Vitae and Headshot to email@example.com by 15th October 2019, 11:59pm SGT.
*Only shortlisted applicants will be notified. If selected, creators will be offered artistic and venue support from RAW Moves. All travelling and accommodation expenses (if any) will be borne by participants.
Deadline: 15 October 2019, 1159hrs
Open Call: ASSITEJ Next Generation residency programme in Tokyo
The Next Generation (NG) residency programme is an ASSITEJ initiative, designed to support artistic and cultural exchange and collaboration between international artists aged 36 years or below, interested in theatre for young audiences, at ASSITEJ events. A NG residency programme for 25 artists, critics, producers, researchers, from Asia and around the world will be held in Tokyo over the period of MIRAI Festival: 2020 International Performing Arts Festival for Children and Young People in Japan / The 20th ASSITEJ World Congress from 14-24 May, 2020.
Application deadline: 18 October 2019
AfA Fund for The Arts
To further support the ongoing move towards an environment free from stigma and discrimination, Action for AIDS is announcing the launch of the ‘AfA Fund for The Arts’. The Fund intends to award grants of up to S$20,000 per project that have strong focus on ending stigma and discrimination. Selection will be done by a panel appointed by Action for AIDS, Singapore. The AfA Fund for the Arts is the first dedicated fund of its kind to target stigma and discrimination faced by the HIV+ community.
As a pilot exercise, we are looking to fund short films or related media that fulfil the following criteria:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of and commitment towards addressing stigma and discrimination faced by PLHIV and/or key affected populations;
2. Employ unique, yet accessible, story-telling that will engage a general audience;
3. Formatted for potential online distribution, and free of copyrighted material.
Applications are open to all Singaporean Citizens and Permanent Residents.
Deadline: 31 October 2019
Call for submissions for 2020 Commonwealth Short Story Prize
The Commonwealth Short Story Prize is awarded for the best piece of unpublished short fiction (2,000–5,000 words) in English. Regional winners receive £2,500 and the overall winner receives £5,000. Translated entries are also eligible, as are stories written in the original Bengali, Chinese, French, Greek, Kiswahili, Malay, Portuguese, Samoan, Tamil and Turkish. If the winning story is in translation, the translator receives additional prize money. The competition is free to enter.
Deadline: 1 November 2019
Talking Statues is looking for a producer partner in Singapore
We are looking for a producer partner in Singapore to produce a project called Talking Statues. The basic idea of the project is to bring statues to life with modern mobile technology. We have already produced a dummy in Singapore. We are looking for someone who is situated in the city and maybe has experience producing Public Art Projects.
Serambi Karya Bellamy: Call-out for interns
Serambi Karya Bellamy is looking for interns. Send your profile to firstname.lastname@example.org with “INTERNSHIP” as the subject header.
WRITERS’ GROUP: Call for Participants
Genres: Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Other. Prose only.
Commitment: Submit a piece of writing to the group by the first week of every month. Members are expected to upload something OR comment on others’ work every month. Inactive members may be removed from the group.
Safe Space: We meet each writer at their level, respect each other’s work and highlight each other’s strengths.
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.
Singapore Art Museum: Assistant Manager, Marketing & Communications
Singapore Art Museum is looking for a creative and media-savvy individual to join our marketing and communications team. You’ll be expected to grow the mindshare and awareness of SAM and its programming through media and public relations, and support marketing efforts for the museum.
A team player, the ideal candidate thinks out of the box, is organised, well-read, able to write well, work within tight deadlines, and on multiple projects. You will have a keen interest in the museum and the visual arts sector, and would like to contribute to this growing industry.
Singapore Art Museum: Senior Manager, Partnership & Patronage
The Singapore Art Museum is offering an outgoing and enterprising individual the unique opportunity to contribute to SAM’s fundraising efforts for the long term sustainability of the museum. You will need to raise significant funds for the building project as well as for on-going and future programming. You will work closely with a small but dynamic team to cultivate and provide stewardship of corporate and individual partners including sponsors, donors and patrons.
Republic Poly: Lecturer (Arts & Theatre Management)
Lecturers will: Develop and deliver at least ONE of the following modules:
– Production Design and/or Stagecraft
– Introduction to Technical Theatre, Theatre Production Practicum
– Drafting for Productions
– Production Management
– Arts History
– Curriculum and assessment development (Formative and summative)
– Mentor and supervisor to students
– Build industry relations and networks (with local and global industry partners)
– Develop and delivery Continuing Education and Training (CET) courses when required
– Academic administration
National Arts Council: Manager/ Assistant Manager, Sector Development (Theatre)
You will join a team that focuses on the development of the Singapore theatre sector. This includes contributing to the formulation of strategies, planning, and programme implementation, as well as supporting the development of theatre practitioners and organisations.
You will build strong relationships with these individuals and organisations and through a range of tools and programmes, including grants, arts spaces and other developmental platforms, you will work with the theatre sector to achieve various goals, including: development of quality work and programmes that connect with audiences; supporting efforts to identify and engage new audiences for their work and art form locally and internationally; continuing education and training for professional development.
Apply before: 30 September 2019
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. To support the professional development of the arts sector, our key strategic directions include establishing a framework to support arts freelancers, manpower development through skills training, leadership development, growing strong arts organisations and developing robust research on the arts workforce.
You will 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. You 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.
More job listings in the link below.
Chowk is looking for a Manager. Applicant should be Singaporean/PR. If you are interested, or know of anyone who might be, please email your CV to email@example.com and cc firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Gallery Singapore: Manager, Programmes
In this full-time role, the candidate will be responsible for co-creating and implementing interdisciplinary
programmes for the annual Light to Night festival with a strong focus on innovative, participatory,
community-engaged programming within the Gallery and the Civic District precinct. This role has a strong
collaboration focus, which involves working with internal and external stakeholders to foster the festival as
a platform to drive audience engagement, capability development, innovation, and placemaking.
The candidate will be part of the dynamic Programmes team under the Audience Development and
Engagement division, to develop strategies and grow community partnerships to help increase public
familiarity with the Gallery’s identity, mission, and services, with the goal of bringing the non-traditional
museum going audiences into the Gallery.
National Gallery Singapore: Assistant Manager, Creative Project Management
The incumbent serves as a member of the Creative team within the Marketing, Business Development and
Communications division. The candidate contributes to the quality and timely delivery of creative collaterals
through efficient project management and being an important interface between the Creative department’s
designers, other departments and external vendors. This candidate reports to the Creative Head.
More job postings in the link below.
GroundZ-0: Social Media Platform Manager
GroundZ-0 is a non-profit Singapore-based arts company and is looking for a Social Media Platform Manager to design and manage a ‘page/site’ for one of our projects in a major festival next year.
– Able to create/design page/site on Social Media and have intensive understanding of the medium
– Page/Site needs to serve the main project. Details will be discussed together with Producer and Creative Director
– Have a good sense with photography and layout
– Effectively bilingual (English/Chinese), able to read/write/type in both languages
This is NOT a position for marketing. However, the medium could serve the main project as and when necessary. This is a project-based position i.e. from Oct 2019 – Early February 2020. Intensive period from Jan-Feb 2020. Need to be available to manage page/site on a (possibly) daily basis. We are not looking for paper qualification. We are seeking for someone with a heart and interest in the project and able to work with the creative team. You need to be creative, think out of the box, open-minded, problem-solving and willing to contribute in the project.
– Kindly send your CV with photo to email@example.com
– Please state WHICH platform(s) you are familiar with and if you already have any experience in a similar project
We apologise that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Please feel free to contact us if you have any other queries.
Join Singapore Drama Educators Association as an intern in the secretariat, and find out what it takes to advocate for drama/theatre in Singapore. Through this internship as part of a tightly knit team, you will learn various aspects of arts management from administrative duties, to events management, to communications strategy. You will also be at the forefront of arts advocacy, working with drama/theatre professionals across various disciplines.
Internship period: September 2019 to January 2020
Yeo Workshop: Gallery Intern
Yeo Workshop is seeking a full-time intern to support the gallery team in arts management, artist liaison, arts programming, editorial and content development, copy-writing, administration and logistics. The internship will require individuals to learn at a fast-paced level, while developing social and working skills to interact with other gallery associates, artists, other members of the art industry, contractors and the general public. Medium to light physical tasks may be involved. Individuals interested in beginning their career in arts management should apply, as there may be opportunities for full-time employment after the internship.
This is a 3-month paid internship with a monthly stipend.
Gajah Gallery: Gallery Intern – Events & Inventory
– 3-4 day work week including 1 weekend + gallery-organised events (usually 2 a month)
– Monitor and report on gallery inventory
– Assist in optimising inventory control procedures
– Report on inventory activities and variances
– Record shipments and the movement of works using an inventory tracking system
– Help with administrative tasks and day to day operations
The Finger Players: General Manager
The General Manager will work closely with the Artistic Directors to establish the re-structured company and work toward its financial and artistic sustainability, within the vision and mission of the company.
Leading the administrative team and alongside the Artistic Directors who represent the Artistic Core Team, the GM will set out the strategies and annual work plans of the Company, secure and prudently manage funds for the realisation of these plans, provide logistical support for the programmes, workshops and events and market them, manage external stakeholders to the advantage of the Company. This job is ideal for an experienced manager who loves the arts, is creative, resourceful, adaptable in a time of organisational renewal, likes the experience of working in a robust and dynamic environment and thrives under pressure.
The Theatre Practice: Advocacy Team Lead
The Advocacy department advocates for the value for the arts and through the arts.
It works hand-in-hand with the Artmaking department in cultivating and nurturing art makers, arts audiences and supporters through its capability development platforms and programmes, as well as facilitating and connecting stakeholders to support and contribute to the positive development in the arts practice and landscape in Singapore.
In supporting and contributing to the development of arts practice and landscape in Singapore, the department connects and facilitates discussions and activities with different arts intermediaries, arts organisations and practitioners, government agencies to promote the positive impact of the arts on society as a whole.
The department aims to be known as a champion that realises Practice’s belief that the arts is essential in every person’s life.
The Theatre Practice: Communications & Partnerships Executive
We are looking for a Communications & Partnerships Executive to join our team! The Theatre Practice’s (PRACTICE) Development and Communications department advocates the value and importance of Singapore theatre through marketing, communications and relationships building.
Arts House Limited: Head, Communications
– Deliver and develop a robust communications strategy and implementation plan which encompass PR and other communication vehicles, including new social platforms, video and other multi-media tools, and will be designed and developed based on research conducted to understand AHL’s multiple stakeholders and customers.
– Develop communication strategies for delivery of corporate culture and business strategy.
Coordinate media interest in AHL and ensure regular contact with target media and appropriate response to media requests.
– Develop the department’s strategic short and long term plans, which address critical issues in the communications area. The plan will set out objectives for each strategic area of the department and outlines plans and budget for achieving those objectives.
Arts House Limited: Manager, Communications
– Work as an integral member of the Programming team under the direction of the Head of Programming.
– Conceptualises, develops, and executes arts programmes and projects in line with the programming strategy of the Arts House and at other prescribed venues determined by AHL.
– Proactive in developing relationships with literary artists and arts organisations.
– Programme Administration and logistics that includes ticketing, regular monitoring and reporting of project status and budgets, front-of-house duty and customer management, and obtaining necessary approvals from internal and external parties.
Arts House Limited: Content Marketing Manager (6 months – 1 Year Contract)
Responsibilities & Duties:
– Develop and execute effective content marketing campaigns to drive traffic, engagement, leads, tickets sales and retention.
– Develop and manage the editorial calendar across offline and digital platforms
– Analyse content traffic metrics and the effectiveness of campaigns and messaging.
– Develop community-building initiatives to cultivate and grow participation in community forums or targeted audiences/ groups.
– Monitor and optimise community engagement levels.
More roles available in the link below.
The Esplanade: Editor
As a key presenter, commissioner and producer of the arts in Singapore, recordings, photographs and other materials relating to our activities and relationships also have significant value in the centre’s educational, marketing and audience development endeavours. Our documentation and archival practice should also facilitate access to and support these aspects of Esplanade’s work, to be repurposed for other uses such as in digital or broadcast content and educational materials.
You will report to the Editor (Lead) and be responsible for managing the Esplanade Archives and its collections and relationships. You will also be involved in creating rich content for platforms such as digital/web and onsite exhibitions. It is critical that you are fully involved in all activities of the centre which have a bearing on the quality, accuracy and timeliness of the information to be archived.
The Esplanade: Assistant Programmer, Dance
The Esplanade is looking for an Assistant Programmer for Dance. The role requires strong administrative, organising & communication skills, sensitivity to dance practice and presentation, and desire to make dance programming part of your life and career in the long term.
If you are keen, please send your interest and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
OH! Open House: Community Manager
OH! Open House is a non-profit art organisation that tells alternative stories of Singapore through art. Every year, we organise neighbourhood art walks and volunteers are an integral part of OH! Open House: they are the face and voice of OH! and they form the biggest part of our community.
We are looking to hire someone who has a passion for building and empowering communities within the Singapore arts scene. You should enjoy meeting new people and have excellent communication skills.
SOTA: Teacher, Faculty of Literary Arts
– Design and implement curriculum and assessment for the Literary Arts programme which includes the genres such as short fiction, poetry, playwriting, Young Adult novel, graphic novel and screenwriting
– 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
SOTA: Teacher, Faculty of Visual Arts
– 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
– Mentoring and supervision of students on external and cross-disciplinary projects
– Working with others in supporting the department in curriculum, pedagogical and assessment development/review and other departmental needs
– Maintaining up-to-date subject knowledge and approaches to teaching and learning, and preparing relevant teaching resources
More roles available in the link below.
Project Transit: Echoes of Waterloo: Creative/Production Positions
Project Transit: Echoes of Waterloo (October 2019) is a project by Veshnu Narayanasamy, in collaboration with Grain Performance & Research Lab and Wong Chee Meng. Project Transit experiments and explores the memories of Waterloo Street with a site-specific performance.
We are looking for both established and emerging theatre practitioners to fill various creative/ production positions:
Multimedia artist/Video editor
Those without experience can take up an internship in all areas for the project.
Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI) is looking for a creative and driven marketing professional with a strong passion for theatre and the arts. You would be someone who would love to work in a plural and dynamic environment while helping us to take our school to the next level.
– Plan and execute publicity campaigns for branding, student recruitment and events
– Assist in producing and designing marketing collaterals
– Produce and upkeep content for ITI’s own digital resources
– Track online analytics, report results and pitch new ideas to the team
– Assist with the planning and managing of events
– Assist in building partnerships and donor relationships
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Kathy Rowland is the Managing Editor of ArtsEquator.com, a registered charity that she co-founded with Jenny Daneels in 2016. The site is dedicated to supporting and promoting arts criticism with a regional perspective in Southeast Asia. Kathy has worked in the arts for over 25 years, working in the areas of critical writing and arts advocacy, with a special interest in media platforms for the arts. She is the Project Lead for ArtsEquator’s Southeast Asian Arts and Culture Censorship Documentation Project, launched in 2021. She has written extensively on censorship of arts and culture in Malaysia. She was a member of the International Programme Advisory Committee of the 8th World Summit on Arts and Culture, 2019.