Weekly jobs and opportunities | Taipei artist competition, Danish art museum director



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PRIZE Taipei | international art competition | International Art Competition – apply by 31 December 2012

Now in its second year, the International Art Competition of the Taiwan International Contemporary Artist Association is teaming up with the Art Revolution Taipei fair to provide a platform for promoting artists on the international stage. All accepted artworks will be displayed in the booth co-sponsored by X-Power Gallery at the fair. MORE HERE

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PRIZE Wellington | poster competition | Adam Art Gallery – apply by 11 January 2013

“Our children are important… they are the consumers of the future.” This statement from New Zealand Prime Minister John Key is the inspiration for an art poster competition from Wellington’s Adam Art Gallery in collaboration with the avant-garde New Zealand contemporary culture magazine, White FungusMORE HERE

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JOB Aarhus | museum director | ARoS – apply by 1 February 2013

ARoS, located in Aarhus, Denmark, is one of Northern Europe’s biggest contemporary art museums. They are seeking a new director with an extensive background in art history for a fixed five-year post beginning on 1 January 2014, with an option to extend for another three years at the end of the term. MORE HERE

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RESIDENCY Alberta | artist-in-residence | The Banff Centre – apply by 31 January 2013

“I want to spend time in my studio in one of the most beautiful places in the world.” This is the guiding principle for the Another World in the Studio artist-in-residency programme at The Banff Centre, the largest arts and creativity incubator in the world. The forty-day residency is open to artists working in any discipline or medium. MORE HERE

This residency is open to writers, too! Want to apply but don’t feel ready just yet? Polish your skills with our unique art writing course. Winter 2013 intake open now - click here for more.

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JOB Beijing | curator | Sophie Macpherson Ltd – apply by unspecified

Sohpie Macpherson Ltd has posted a listing for a contemporary art curator in Beijing. Their UK based client is creating a contemporary art platform to connect English-speaking collectors to emerging Chinese artists. They are looking for an experienced and connected curator to act as a consultant and help source artists. MORE HERE

Curators write about art a lot! Polish your skills with our unique art writing course. Winter 2013 intake open now – click here for more.

Closing this week!

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OPEN CALL Dubai | call for projects | SIKKA art fair – apply by 23 December 2012

For the third edition of the SIKKA art fair, renowned for being one of the few artist-led fairs in Asia, the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority is accepting proposals for projects from artists and art collectives based in the UAE. Accepted proposals will be displayed among SIKKA 2013′s entirely commissioned programme of arts projects. MORE HERE

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