Open Calls and Opportunities: August 2022 (Singapore/SEA)

ArtsEquator’s 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] Small Business Recovery Grant (SBRG)

The Small Business Recovery Grant (SBRG) provides one-off cash support to SMEs that have been most affected by COVID-19 restrictions over the past year, like those in the F&B, Retail, Tourism and Hospitality sectors. IRAS will notify eligible firms starting from June 2022.


[Singapore] COVID-19 Recovery Grant

The COVID-19 Recovery Grant (CRG) provides temporary financial support to workers in lower- to middle-income households who are presently experiencing involuntary job loss, involuntary no-pay leave (NPL) or income loss due to the economic impact of COVID-19. Open to Self Employed Persons and part-/full-time employees.

Applications are open till 31 December 2022.


[Singapore] Temasek Trust-CDC Lifelong Learning Enabling Fund

The Temasek Trust-CDC Lifelong Learning Enabling Fund is a S$4 million community fund set up to support persons with disabilities in acquiring relevant vocational and independent living skills and emerge stronger from the pandemic.

This Fund is available for one year only until 31 December 2022.


[Singapore] The Props Collective 

The Props Collective is a new props rental company based in Singapore that believes that art can be created communally and more sustainably while taking care of the environment.


[Singapore] SG Creative & Cultural Community on Facebook

The SG COVID-19 Creative/Cultural Professionals & Freelancers Support Group Facebook group was set up in Feb 2020 to share tips, resources and information for creative and cultural workers. It has since been renamed to SG Creative & Cultural Community.


[Singapore] SAMPP COVID-19 Relief Fund

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



Open Calls

Call for Entry: 33rd Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF)

The 33rd Singapore International Film Festival kicks off its Call for Entry from 13 May 2022. With its dynamic programming, SGIFF is an important voice for groundbreaking Asian Cinema in Singapore and the region. A call out to invite filmmakers, production & distribution houses, film & cultural institutions working on Asian & Southeast Asian cinema to participate in the festival.

Entry Fees: USD$25 for films submitted in the following weeks from 25 July – 15 August 2022, 6pm (GMT+8)

Deadline: 15 August 2022, 6pm (GMT +8)


Open Call: The Yale Drama Series 2023 Playwriting Competition

The Yale Drama Series is seeking submissions for its 2023 playwriting competition. The winning play will be selected by the series’ current judge, Jeremy O. Harris. The winner of this annual competition will be awarded the David Charles Horn Prize of $10,000, publication of their manuscript by Yale University Press, and a celebratory event. The prize and publication are contingent on the playwright’s agreeing to the terms of the publishing agreement.

The Yale Drama Series Competition strongly urges electronic submission. By electronically submitting your script, you will receive immediate confirmation of your successful submission and the ability to check the status of your entry. They will accept hard copies.

Deadline: 15 August 2022



Open Call: Singapore Art Museum (SAM) Residencies

SAM Residencies is now accepting applications for its Artist; Community & Education; and Curatorial and Research residencies from May 16 to August 15, 2022. The studio-based residencies will take place within a period of one to six months. Artists and researchers from all around the world may apply.

The 2023 cycle focuses on notions of “postindustrialism”, “critical alliances” and/or the possibilities of a transformed future.

Deadline: 15 August 2022, 11:59pm (GMT +8)



(Malaysia) Open Call: Ties that Bind 2022: Asia-Europe film co-production workshop

This is a call for applications for the 14th edition of TIES THAT BIND Asia – Europe Co-Production Workshop in 2022.

Ties that Bind is the leading training programme for European-Asian co-production. The participants will work with top-notch industry professionals from both continents. The sessions will focus on script development, co-production between Asia and Europe, public and private financing in the two regions, pitching, marketing and distribution. They will meet leading Asian and European sales agents, funders and potential co-producers during FOCUS ASIA in Udine.

Deadline: 19 August 2022



Open Call: Permisi

P7:1SMA is calling for applications for Permisi, a sharing space where one can share or ask for feedback for any brewing ideas or creation with the larger community. Each sharing will be for 30 minutes, inclusive of a conversation circle.

‘Permisi’ is an interjection in Malay-Indonesian that is commonly used in speech to apologise when seeking a clarification. This effort is a homage to Eng Kai Er’s ‘Make it Share it’ Philosophy.

Deadline: 19 August 2022 & 18 November 2022



Call for Submissions: Write for This Is Southeast Asia

This Is Southeast Asia wants you to write a first-person essay focussed on a place – any place you know well, anywhere in Singapore. It can be an entire neighbourhood, district or suburb. It can be a university campus or restaurant, a place of worship or patch of nature, an office, street, park, dorm, shop, school, bus, beach, apartment complex, home, etc. They will be most interested in essays about places where different people meet, where various elements of society come together.

Send either a pitch or a full article to

Deadline: 20 August 2022



Call for Submissions: 13-19 Art Prize (The 2nd Edition)

Launched in 2021, the 13-19 Art Prize is an annual art competition which seeks to recognise and celebrate young art talents in Singapore, while also imparting values of giving-back to the community to support their peers from disadvantaged backgrounds through the arts.

The 2nd edition of the 13-19 Art Prize sees the Prize going beyond Singapore to include talents from Southeast Asia. 2022 will see the Digital artwork category welcome entries from youths aged 13-19 residing in the region. The Canvas artwork category will remain open only to those residing in Singapore.

Deadline: 10 September 2022



Open Call: Esplanade – Theatres On The Bay

This open call is for aspiring performers or artists seeking developmental opportunities. Share with Esplanade about you as an artist and what you have in mind for one of Esplanade’s free performances at the Concourse or Outdoor Theatre.



Call for Submissions: Yang Gallery

Yang Gallery is one of the most prestigious art galleries featuring the most collectible Contemporary Fine Art in Singapore & Beijing. They work directly with Artists from around the world to showcase quality artworks with investment potential.



Call for Submissions: Publish with the Diacritic

The Diacritic will continue to foster academic conversations and make efforts to accentuate contemporary discourse by voicing critical perspectives.

Got some amazing and creative academic ideas during summer(or, from any time)? Publish with the Diacritic next AY! Head over to Instagram and DM The Diacritic’s friendly editors @ashpurplefire, @_kritzzz, and @darren__teo.



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



Call for Submissions: Singapore Unbound: SUSPECT

Singapore Unbound is calling for submissions for its new journal SUSPECT – poetry, literary fiction, essays, and any kind of writings that do not fall into these categories, written or translated into English by authors who identify as Asian.  They also publish reviews of books by Asian authors and interviews with Asian writers and artists.

Submit a group of 3-5 poems, a story, or an essay, with a brief cover letter, in MSWord format to Jee at



Open Call: SCCC: 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.



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.



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.



Open Call: Youth Opera Comique (YOC): Auditions

Youth Opera Comique (YOC) is a bunch of fun-loving, yet passionate young opera singers with a desire to hone their operatic performance skills. As a company, they are focused on giving young singers opportunities to perform in unique, refreshing productions and exposure to this wonderful art form.



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.



Call for Pitches: SO-FAR: Contributions

SO-FAR are accepting pitches for our short-form Weekly columns. Before approaching them with a pitch, they encourage you to familiarise yourself with the content, style, rigour and ethos of SO-FAR. Take time to read the details of each column below to find out which would best suit your work. Please also pay special attention to the accepted formats for each column. They expect writers to be responsive and deadline-driven.




National Gallery Singapore: Various positions

National Gallery Singapore is recruiting for various positions.


Some positions include:

National Gallery Singapore: Assistant Manager/ Manager (Accounting)

Some roles include:

– Ensure timely, accurate month-end closing and financial reporting.

– Responsible for preparation and closing of monthly and annual financial statements.

– Responsible for accounting processes and tasks (i.e. AR & AP process, GL, Bank Reconciliation, Account Reconciliation and BS Schedules etc.).

– Managing different types of funds and ensuring proper accounting and tracking of each fund type.

Deadline: 17 August 2022


National Gallery Singapore: Assistant Manager/Manager (Strategic Development)

Some roles include:

– Planning

– Performance Management

– Enterprise Risk Management

– Others:
Undertake the secretariat function for the various strategic platforms and meetings, including board meetings, management retreats, and key events.
Assist in other division’s activities as required.

Deadline: 24 August 2022


National Gallery Singapore: Manager (Integrated Marketing)

Some roles include:

– 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.

– Develop and execute media events such as press conferences and familiarisation tours. This includes the development of press releases and media advisories, as well as the crafting of story angles for different types of media.

– Manage media queries and media opportunities.

Deadline: 28 August 2022


National Gallery Singapore: Relationship Manager

Some roles include:

– Collaborate with the Senior Management of SAM/Gallery to create a strategic plan for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major artwork gift and purchase prospects.

– Engage, cultivate and solicit major gifts and purchases from a prospective donors and sellers working in close collaboration with curators.

– Customise approaches for different prospective donors that best aligns their philanthropic interests with SAM’s and Gallery’s collection development strategy.

– Oversee the administration of a donor mailing list and database which respects the privacy and confidentiality of donor information.

Deadline: 31 August 2022


National Gallery Singapore: Manager (Exhibition Design & Operations) – 6 months contract

Some roles include:

– Plan work scheduling and manage exhibitions/special projects set-up. Works closely with Project Exhibition Coordinator and Project Curator in final delivery of project.

– Manage allocated fabrication budget and handles all necessary procurement of goods, including preparation of Tender documents, Bill of Quantities and Purchase Requisition.

– Sourcing of relevant materials and service providers for commissioned artworks.

– Review of project drawings, technical specifications and floor plans for the purposes on all exhibition design and fabrication work submitted.

Deadline: 01 September 2022


National Gallery Singapore: Manager (Learning)

Some roles include:

– To plan, calendarise and work in collaboration with strategic partners to plan, develop, and implement research-based, signature pedagogies to encourage interest and engagement in art for school-going audiences and educators.

– Maintain specialist and up to date knowledge of curricula and policy across the primary education sector and to feed that awareness into the development, delivery and evaluation of the Gallery’s learning pedagogies and accompanying programmes to engage our target audiences.

– Work in collaboration with strategic partners and AD/Learning to co-develop and implement the Gallery’s learning, research and outreach engagement plans to take art experiences beyond the physical museum walls and into schools, with a vision to create awareness, enhance accessibility and develop meaningful connections between audiences who may be new to art and the Gallery, its exhibitions and collection.

– Work in collaboration with strategic partners and AD/Learning to implement qualitative studies, focus group discussions and onsite observations.

Deadline: 04 September 2022



National Arts Council: Various positions

National Arts Council is recruiting for various positions.


Some positions include:

National Arts Council: Deputy Director (Literary Arts)

Some roles include:

– Strategic Planning & Development

– Managing Arts Funding

– Stakeholder and Partnership Management

– Supervisory role

– In addition to the key responsibilities listed above, the Deputy Director may also be required to take on a cross-sector coordinating role beyond the Literary Arts Department in areas such as but not limited to arts and technology, citizen and sector engagement, and internationalisation.


National Arts Council: Assistant Manager / Manager (Theatre)

Some roles include:

– Evaluate applications for support through grants, scholarships, arts spaces, etc. and ensure adherence to good governance and funding conditions.

– Provide and coordinate relevant and timely input to internal and external stakeholders.

– Work closely with stakeholders to develop strategies to grow the theatre scene, as well as support and execute initiatives that develop theatre practitioners and grow their audiences.

– Tap on resources available to NAC and partners in the theatre sector to achieve NAC’s goals and outcomes for the sector.


National Arts Council: Assistant Manager/Manager (Capability Development)

Some roles include:

– Research and analysis.

– Identify issues, gaps/needs, develop policies and propose solutions on professional development (CET) for the arts sector in Singapore.

– Collaborate closely with industry stakeholders (education institutions and arts organisations) and government agencies to develop strategies and initiatives, including developing skills/competency frameworks, and implement capability development programmes to build skilled arts workforce and self-sustaining arts organisations.

– Process applications of the Cultural Medallion and Young Artist Award, track recipients and organise the awards ceremony.


National Arts Council: Manager/Senior Manager (Literary Arts)

Some roles include:

– Manage the development of selected sectors[1], genres[2]/language and key components[3] in the Literary Arts eco-system.

– Gather intelligence on local and international trends in the sector and the broader creative economy, and translate it into strategies and identified growth opportunities for the sector.

– Create strategic value-add for the sector by implementing Literary Arts initiatives as part of the NAC Our SG Arts Plan.

– Monitor the development and progress, and evaluate outcomes and impact of initiatives.



Mighty Jaxx: Various positions

Mighty Jaxx is recruiting for various positions.


Some positions include:

Mighty Jaxx: Concept Artist

Some roles include:

– Collaborate with other creative functions in researching, designing, iterating, and creating great collectible products for Mighty Jaxx.

– Support cross-functional needs within the designated business unit to ensure the success of the product.

– Be aware of wider business goals and proactively look to align the design out with these goals.

– Be aware of wider collectible trends and products and have it informed the creative process.


Mighty Jaxx: Graphic Designer

Some roles include:

– Responsible for conceptualising and executing creative digital and print ideas for the company including marketing, social media, website, design presentations, events, product decks etc.

– Required to handle the design from concept to final artwork.

– Might be required to conceptualise and illustrate new ideas.

– Attend team meetings to discuss work-in-progress, creative-related issues etc.


Mighty Jaxx: Product Marketing Manager

Some roles include:

– Identify and implement product strategy initiatives that will grow sales revenue.

– Formulate a brand narrative to enhance product differentiation.

– Ensure alignment between goals of internal stakeholders and product roadmaps,
development, and roadmaps of each product.

– Collaborate with sales channel teams to develop and implement effective go-to-market strategies.



ArtScience Museum Singapore: Various positions

ArtScience Museum Singapore is recruiting for various positions.


Some positions include:

ArtScience Museum Singapore: Graphic Designer, Exhibitions

Some roles include:

– Act as a brand gatekeeper and is responsible for alignment of designs according to ArtScience Museum and Marina Bay Sands brand guidelines.

– Together with the rest of the Exhibitions and Programmes Teams, communicate and coordinate closely on design briefs for all graphics support needed and to ensure optimal delivery of final design, maintain graphic files and correspondence as well as archiving past Exhibitions and Programmes.

– Able to facilitate and lead design discussions/brainstorms.

– Able to ideate and contribute to design concepts.


ArtScience Museum Singapore: Social Media Executive (ArtScience Museum and MICE)

Some roles include:

– Content Creation

– Community Management

– Implementation of Social Campaigns

– Event Support

– Influencer Management



Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI): Various Positions

ITI is looking for a Marketing Manager and an Administrative Executive (Facilities).


Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI): Marketing Manager

The Marketing Manager will formulate and execute the marketing and communications strategy and plan for ITI, oversee a team of marketing executives, maintain relationships with stakeholders and provide strategic direction. This position is ideal for someone with experience and an understanding / interest in arts management, theatre or the arts.


Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI): Administrative Executive (Facilities)

The Administrative Executive (Facilities) will undertake administrative and operational tasks in relation to the maintenance of ITI’s premises and other aspects of ITI’s operations. This position is ideal for someone with experience and some understanding or experience in facilities / property management.



Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF): Internship Opportunity

Internships in ASEF are a form of experiential learning that supports students to integrate knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skills development in a professional setting. Internships give students the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience and make connections in professional fields they are considering for career paths and give ASEF the opportunity to guide and evaluate talent.



Singapore Art Museum: Various positions

The Singapore Art Museum is recruiting for various positions.


Some positions include:

Singapore Art Museum: Head of Department, Marketing Communications & Creatives (MCC)

The Head of Department, MCC will report to the Director, Marketing Communications & Visitor Experience (VE) and will be responsible for defining and executing the strategic roadmap for the MCC team.

Some responsibilities include:

– Strategic Roadmap for SB22 Marcomms

– Integrated Marketing & Communications

– Management and Mentorship


Singapore Art Museum: Full-time Curator

Some 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.

– Undertake and develop exhibitions and projects including conceptualisation, negotiations with external institutions and artists, and co-ordination of general exhibition matters.


Singapore Art Museum: Full-time Conservator

Some responsibilities include:

– Carry out conservation assessments, documentation and treatment on artworks and artefacts according to HCC procedures, instructions and guidelines for exhibitions, loans and events for SAM.

– Active involvement in exhibition planning and commissioning of new works including installation, de-installation, packing and storage and documentation.

– To work with collection managers in the setting up of documentation systems to manage information on artist materials, interviews, installation requirements, display requirements, history of past uses, conservation records, storage requirements, resource planning for recurring access useful for sustainable preservation strategies.

– To provide advice on preventive care, specialised mounting techniques and environmental settings for short- or long-term display of artefacts/artworks.


Singapore Art Museum: Assistant Curator (Residencies), Curatorial & Collections

Some responsibilities include:

– Work with HOD to ensure curatorial administration, planning and execution, and day-to-day operations of the Residencies and Activations, this involves duties such as site preparation, travel and accommodation planning alongside the processing of visas and subsistence.

– Develop and drive innovative methods for highlighting artistic, curatorial and exhibitions work processes unfolding at SAM through social and digital media channels.

– Schedule, plan and execute Residencies and Activations related public and semi-public activations such as lectures, talks and workshops, as well as provide content for collaterals such as website and publicity materials.

– Work with the HOD/Curator and key stakeholders to create context-responsive discursive Activations hosting artists and curators.



Singapore Unbound: Various positions

Singapore Unbound is recruiting for various positions.


Positions include:

Singapore Unbound: Editorial Internship (Gaudy Boy)

Singapore Unbound is seeking a passionate and meticulous individual for a one-year editorial internship with SP Blog. This internship offers a great opportunity to be involved with a socially conscious literary platform to amplify the voices of Asian writers from different communities.

The intern will be working directly with the Book Reviews Editor in the following areas:

– Researching and recommending new books for review

– Liaising with publishers for Advance Reading Copies

– Pitching books to reviewers and following up

– Editing first drafts of reviews under the guidance of the Book Reviews Editor

– Maintaining records of reviews


Singapore Unbound: Publicity Internship (Gaudy Boy)

Singapore Unbound is seeking a bright and enthusiastic individual for a one-year publicity internship. This internship offers a rare opportunity to be involved with a young and dynamic press and to gain valuable hands-on experience in community outreach, arts marketing, and public relations. The intern will be working directly with the Managing Editor.

Job responsibilities include:

– Pitching books to news outlets and book review editors via email blasts and physical book mailings in a timely fashion

– Responding to review queries in a timely fashion and planning follow-ups to those who have not responded

– Building rapport and good relationships with media contacts

– Maintaining and growing a media contact list

– Helping to plan social media campaigns

– Brainstorming ideas for features, interviews, reviews, etc. of the press, author, and book.



Checkpoint Theatre: Various positions

Checkpoint Theatre has various positions open.


Positions include:

Checkpoint Theatre: Volunteer

Be part of Checkpoint Theatre’s Front-of-House team and play a vital role in creating a welcoming theatre experience for our audience! They are looking for volunteers who are passionate about the arts, personable, and can think well on their feet. Duties include greeting guests, handling patron queries, as well as managing the sale of Checkpoint publications. Training and guidance will be provided.


Checkpoint Theatre: Internship

Checkpoint Theatre offers a holistic internship experience where you will learn first-hand what goes into bringing a production from page to stage. While duties will be primarily administrative in nature, interns are likely to have multiple opportunities (depending on the attachment period) to observe our creative process and follow the development of works-in-progress.



Pangdemonium! Technical Apprenticeships

Pangdemonium!’s Technical Apprenticeship programme offers a full-time, production-long, professional experience for highly motivated and committed individuals who are looking to bridge the gap between their academic experience and a professional career in theatre.

Available Apprenticeships:

– Production Management

– Lighting Design



Asian Film Archive: Volunteer positions

Asian Film Archive is recruiting volunteers in different areas.


Positions include:

Asian Film Archive: Volunteer Position: Film Preservation

Job roles include:

– Cataloguing films

– Organising and archiving related materials

– Creating preservation and access copies for titles in our collection


Asian Film Archive: Volunteer Position: Outreach

Job roles include:

– Photo and/or video event coverage of various activities; Credit acknowledgement should photo/video be utilised

– Front-of-house duties

– Writing article on different events; Credit acknowledgement should articles be published


Asian Film Archive: Volunteer Position: Administrative

Job roles include:

– Update different contract databases

– Perform analytics on feedback



iPRECIATION: Internship Opportunity

iPRECIATION is looking for an intern who is a young dynamic student or graduate, with a go-getter spirit – one who is detail-oriented, able to multitask, and willing to work under pressure to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment. They should have good written and oral communication abilities in English and Mandarin. They should also possess efficient computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite software and basic photography skills would be an added advantage.



Tusitala: Freelance Web Developers (Project Basis)

The Tusitala team is looking for freelance web developers, ideally from Singapore. We hope to build a network of 4-5 reliable web developers willing to work with the team at Tusitala on various web-based projects on a project basis.



Arts House Limited: Various Roles

Arts House Limited is recruiting for various roles.


Arts House Limited: Marketing & Communications Project Manager [Contract]

Some roles include:

– Manage the high-volume production process of the MarComms Department. This includes delivery of artwork, ticketing and programme-related collaterals, video production, corporate gifts, creative assets for digital and offline advertising as well as event branding of various formats.

– Work with an in-house team of designers and external vendors, supporting the MarComms team as well as internal and external stakeholders to project manage marketing campaigns.

– Excellent time management is essential as well as strong attention to detail with experience in managing budgets and multiple timelines.

– Manage the procurement process, develop and implement production schedules, maintain vendor relations and ensure quality control for all marketing and branding materials.


Arts House Limited: Assistant Manager/Manager, Marketing and Communications

Some roles include:

– Plays a pivotal role in the marketing and communications of Arts House Limited (AHL) festivals/ events.

– Assist in building the festivals/ events strategy aligned to AHL’s objectives to ensure the festivals’/ events’ success and excellence in event marketing execution.

– Build a Marketing and Communications strategic framework that meets AHL’s brand and business goals, social insights and content excellence.

– Stakeholder Engagement & Management: manage and advise internal and relevant external stakeholders on media communications and public relations strategies and execution.

– Crisis Communication & Issues Management: anticipate and advise on potential issues; develop communication plans to manage issues and crisis.


Arts House Limited: Production Coordinator

Some roles include:

– Client Liaison for department.

– Policies and procedures for division.

– Production and technical activities.

– Production database.

– Rostering of staff and work schedules.

– Occupational Health and Safety.

– Ancillary functions.

– To carry out and assume any other duties and responsibilities as and when assigned by senior management.



LASALLE College of the Arts: Various positions

LASALLE College of the Arts is recruiting for various positions.


Some positions include:

LASALLE College of the Arts: Executive/Senior Executive (Quality & Planning) 2-Year Contract

Reporting to the Director, Division of Quality & Planning and Global Engagement and the Senior Manager, you will provide administrative support for quality assurances and academic processes including the development, review and enhancements of programmes and academic policies.

Some roles include:

– Support the Quality Assurance and Enhancements systems to ensure compliance with regulatory frameworks governing the College.

– Support the development, implementation and review of the Academic Governance Structure and Quality Framework, and associated academic policies and processes.

– Perform secretariat duties in the various academic committees.

– Support the maintenance of the Knowledge Hub where all institutional strategic and academic knowledge resides.

Deadline: 15 August 2022 or until position is filled


LASALLE College of the Arts: Executive (Marketing Communications) 2-Year Contract

The Division of Communications is seeking a highly driven individual with a passion for the arts and arts education to join us as an Executive in Marketing Communications.

Some roles include:

Ideate, propose and develop content ideas to drive LASALLE’s brand engagement across our social media platforms.

– Produce and develop short-form digital content from pre-production planning to post-production editing.

– Write short-form content and develop layouts.

– Support the content and social media leads to manage the content and social media calendar.

Deadline: 15 August 2022 or until position is filled


LASALLE College of the Arts: Executive (Admissions) 2-Year Contract

Some roles include:

– Ensure the timely processing of applications, offers, confirmation of enrolment and Student Pass applications for the new intake of international applicants.

– Receive and process applications in accordance to current admissions criteria.

– Ensure accurate data input of applicants’ particulars into the student database system.

– Check the authenticity of transcripts and certificates with the respective institutions.

Deadline: 15 August 2022 or until position is filled



School of the Arts Singapore (SOTA): Collaborative Pianist, Faculty of Music

Some roles include:

– Accompaniment of students for IS lessons, exams and concerts and preparatory rehearsals for lessons, exams and concerts.
– Co-ordination of schedule for the three accompanists- for rehearsals, exams and lesson accompaniment as well as concerts.

Supervising Role
– Management of adjunct accompanists, scheduling, supervising their alignment with curriculum and qualitative requirements, including observation, feedback, regular accompanist feedback and interaction meetings.
– Internal professional development of accompanists

Educational Role
– Role evolved from solely accompanist duties to music coach for IS students in rehearsals and performance classes.
– Coaches chamber music groups.


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