Open calls and job opportunities

Open Calls and Job Opportunities: July (Singapore)

Check out the list below to find out the list of open calls and job opportunities that are currently available in Singapore:


Both Sides, Now: Volunteers

Both Sides, Now is looking for volunteers to be part of their community engagement project that deals with end-of-life issues that involves arts and creative processes. So if you would like to volunteer and be part of this meaningful journey, click here.


NUS Museum: Curator, Lee Kong Chian Collection; Assistant Manager, Outreach; Museum Warden

NUS Museum is currently hiring, and has published official advertisements for some of their positions. Get your CVs ready and check out the positions that are currently available.

More information here.

The Finger Players: Admin Director, Admin Manager

One of Singapore’s leading theatre companies, The Finger Players has a few job vacancies and are looking for dynamic and committed individuals to fill up the positions that they are offering. Find out more about the positions here.


National Gallery Singapore: Executive (Keppel Centre for Art Education)

National Gallery Singapore is looking for an Executive for the Keppel Centre for Art Education. If you enjoy interacting with children, families, students and teachers and have experience in museum or school-related industry, give this position a try!

More information here.

Singapore Press Holdings Ltd: Art Director (Sweet)

SPH just recently set up a new creative and content marketing unit called Sweet and is currently searching for an Art Director. If you’re passionate about visual art and have 3 – 5 years of experience in the creative agency, find out more about this position here.


Marina Bay Sands: Assistant Curator (1-year contract)

Marina Bay Sands is currently looking for an assistant curator. The assistant curator will work closely with the Associate Director and the different departments to realise the museum’s array of programmes and exhibitions.

More information here.


Wild Rice: Development Manager

Singapore’s leading theatre company is looking for a driven and passionate individual to join their team as Development Manager. The development manager will be leading in planning and implementing the company’s campaigns to secure funds for its operations. More information here.

ASIADOC2018: Call for Applications

With the aim to aims to contribute to the emergence of a new generation of professionals who will master the methodology of film project development, this year, Asiadoc is opening a chance for Indonesian and ASEAN countries’ documentary filmmaker to develop their writings skills and their projects’ ideas. They are currently looking for talented documentary film authors/makers from the ASEAN countries to participate in this Asiadoc workshop in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. More information here.


 Mekong Cultural Hub Leadership Program: Position of Creative Facilitator

MCH is currently looking for a creative facilitator to help facilitate their SEAΔ program, co-created by Mekong Cultural Hub and British Council which creates space for cultural practitioners. If you would like to join the team, you can find out more through the link here.

National Arts Council: Singapore Producers Platform

The Singapore Producers Platform (SPP) is a 10-week programme introduced to help emerging creative producers and individuals with at least 4 years’ relevant experience in Singapore’s arts scene to develop their skills, knowledge and widen their international networks as a creative producer. If you are interested to apply, go to the link here.


AICA Incentive Award for Young Art Critics

This year, AICA invites young art critics from around the world to submit an article or a review which deals with the subject of contemporary art produced in the Asia Pacific region or with the Asian Pacific art scene. The winner will be awarded a round trip to attend the forthcoming AICA Congress in Taipei, Taiwan, and the Post Congress Trip to Taichung, Tainan, and Kaohsiung. So if you are interested to join and submit your articles or reviews, click here.


The Second Breakfast Company: Casting Call

The Second Breakfast Company has opened a casting call for actors and actresses for their upcoming productions in November. E-mail your CV to them by 27 July if you are interested. More information here.


The Finger Players: Open call for Puppetry Masterclass

The Finger Players is also having an open call for Puppetry Masterclass with limited spaces available! Up to 5 applicants will undergo a 6-day puppetry making workshop. This masterclass will focus on puppets that create sounds and is open to anyone who is interested in puppetry making. Check out this open call here.


Checkpoint Theatre: Audition Notice for Displaced Persons’ Welcome Dinner (2019)

Checkpoint Theatre is holding auditions for male and female actors for Displaced Persons’ Welcome Dinner, a commission of the 2019 Singapore International Festival of the Arts (SIFA). International performers based in Singapore are also welcome to apply. More information here.


Open Call and Job Opportunities (Singapore) is presented by ArtsEquator.

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About the author(s)

Kathy Rowland is the Managing Editor of, 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.

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