Weekly jobs and opportunities | Art course for Hong Kong youth, Sicilian artist residency



Looking for new career options in the arts? Art Radar Opportunities is a convenient archive of openings in the visual art world.

Every week we add new positions suitable for a variety of backgrounds and levels of experience. Whether you’re an artist or an aspiring curator, a market analyst or a scholar, Art Radar Opportunities has listings that’ll pique your interest.

 

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New this week!

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FORUM Hong Kong | art scholar lecture | Spring Workshop / Para Site – attend on 23 March 2013

Para Site is pleased to present “Art and violence in times of tyranny of choice”, a lecture by renowned philosopher and sociologist Renata Salecl. The lecture will focus on her ongoing research on the tyranny of choice and the sources of anxiety in contemporary society. MORE HERE

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COURSE Hong Kong | call for applicants | Asia Art Archive Learning Lab – apply by 25 March 2013

In April 2013, Asia Art Archive (AAA) will start its new series of monthly Learning Labs, which are designed to inspire young people, aged fifteen to eighteen, to think and talk about contemporary art. Supported by a team of university volunteers from arts-related disciplines and facilitated by a different art professional each month, the programme empowers Hong Kong’s youth to approach and perceive art with better understanding and appreciation. MORE HERE

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RESIDENCY Milazzo | call for artists-in-residence | Artigiana – apply by 15 April 2013

This artist-run residency programme is based in Milazzo, Sicily. Artigiana is located in a converted farmhouse, barns and stables, parts of which date back to the eighteenth century, and surrounded by orchards and farmland. The programme provides an opportunity to refocus and develop work in a peaceful environment and also exchange ideas and creative approaches with fellow artists. MORE HERE

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JOB Vienna | head of programming | BAWAG P.S.K. Contemporary – apply by 29 April 2013

Building on a nearly forty-year history of exhibitions, BAWAG P.S.K. Contemporary will expand its focus and address those questions about the future that confront art, design, architecture and urbanism. BAWAG P.S.K. Contemporary offers the right candidate the opportunity to develop an ambitious two-year programme at a renowned Viennese exhibition space. MORE HERE

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JOB New York / Abu Dhabi | Associate Curator – Abu Dhabi Project | Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation – apply by unspecified

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (SRGF) is seeking an Associate Curator. The Associate Curator will work in close association with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s senior curatorial staff and the staff of Tourism and Culture Authority in Abu Dhabi to develop an ambitious international programme of pre-opening exhibitions, public programmes, focus groups, publications and commissions. MORE HERE

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Closing this week!

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JOB Hong Kong | learning coordinator | Asia Art Archive – apply by 23 March 2013

Asia Art Archive seeks a full-time Learning Coordinator. The ideal candidate will be expected to coordinate and support the development and delivery of existing and new educational and public engagement programmes for a wide range of audiences, particularly schools, educators and young people. MORE HERE

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