Art internships and opportunities | Asia Society India Centre, CIMAM Singapore… and more

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OPEN CALL | Helsinki | Call for Residency Applications | Helsinki International Artist Programme (HIAP) – 28 June 2017

The HIAP is seeking international artists, curators and all other art professionals to apply for the 2018 residency programme to undertake open-ended research and experimentation without the requirement of finalised outcome. Taking place at HIAP Suomenlinna and HIAP Cable Factory in Helsinki, the programme offers three periods: March to May, June to August and September to November in 2018. Benefits of the residency include free accommodation and studio space, a working grant of EUR1,200 (USD1,345.92) per month, access to all studio facilities, opportunities to participate in local art events and contribute to cultural collaborations. HIAP welcomes applicants of all ages, nationalities, genders and modes of practice. Main criteria include English proficiency and 2 to 3 years of proven professional experiences or relevant higher education qualifications. MORE HERE


OPEN CALL | Singapore | Call for Grant Applications | International Committee for Museums and Collections of Modern Art (CIMAM) – 30 June 2017

The CIMAM is now calling for grant applications from modern and contemporary art museum or collection directors, researchers and curators in need of financial help to attend CIMAM’s Annual Conference that will be held in Singapore from 10 to 12 November 2017. This iteration of the Conference looks at The Roles and Responsibilities of Museums in Civil Society. There are four grant categories for applicants from different regions around the world, including Latin America, Taipei, the United Arab Emirates, the wider Middle East and North Africa. The support is limited to cover conference registration, travel expenses (round trip economy tickets only) and four-night accommodation in one of the hotels recommended by CIMAM. Applicants should not be involved in any kind of commercial or for-profit activities. MORE HERE


OPEN CALL | Turin, Italy | Call for Art Publishers | FLAT Art Book Fair – 20 July 2017

FLAT is the new international event dedicated to contemporary art publishing. The inaugural FLAT Art Book Fair will take place from 3 to 5 November 2017 at Palazzo Cisterna, Turin, Italy. FLAT is now calling international art publishers, organisational and independent alike, to apply for the opportunity to showcase their arts publications such as exhibition catalogues, monographs, essays, artists’ books, rare and out-of-print editions and magazines. Accompanying the Fair is an extensive cultural programme including exhibition and conversations, exploring the current issues in the international art publishing industry. An outstanding participant will be selected and awarded the opportunity to publish their project in print in the following year. To apply for the Fair, candidates will need to pay a participation fee of EUR400 (ca. USD448) including a full set of display furniture, designated accommodation facilities and selected restaurants. MORE HERE


INTERNSHIP | Utrecht, Netherlands | Multiple Unpaid Internships | The Impakt Organization – apply by unspecified

The Impakt Organization is an Utrecht-based internationally-engaged cultural organisation focusing on the triangular relationship between society, media and arts. Impakt organises the annual Impakt Festival featuring exhibitions, screenings, video art, lectures and music. The organisation offers a range of internships all year round. Current positions for the 2017 Impakt Festival include roles in management, production, programming, publicity, marketing and archiving. The Dutch language skill is preferred and starting time varies from position to position. There will not be stipends or grants available for the internships. MORE HERE


INTERNSHIP | Mumbai | Programme Development Intern | Asia Society India Centre – apply by unspecified

Asia Society India Centre is seeking a Programme Development Intern (Business, Policy & Culture) to assist the Programming team in researching current local and global trends to develop relevant content, topics and speakers for events in Mumbai and across India. The Programme Intern will be involved in all aspects of event execution including marketing communications, social media and logistics. This is a great opportunity to gain a working knowledge of Indian business, policy, art and culture across a variety of perspectives. The Intern will have the opportunity to interact with local and global leaders from across the academic, business and artistic world. As a core member of the Society’s Programming team, the Intern will be guided and supervised to learn the process of programme development from the beginning to the end of a work cycle. Candidates will have proven knowledge of business, policy and culture across Asia, and demonstrate strong English language skills and ability to communicate and work in a multi-cultural environment. MORE HERE


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OPEN CALL | Austria | Call for Exhibition Applications (funded) | Das weisse haus – 16 June 2017

Now located in Hegelgasse, Austria, das weisse haus is an art association, exhibition space and non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting and promoting emerging artists. Das weisse haus is providing a five-month scholarship for young curators and exhibition producers to be involved in the exhibition programme as well as in the studio and residency programme, in addition to a range of other related events. The grant is a scholarship of EUR5,000 (USD5,632) taking place between 4 September 2017 to 31 January 2018. Eligible applicants must be students who have almost finished their studies or have graduated within the past three years, and demonstrate excellent English and German language skills. Part of the programme is a self-initiated curatorial project at das weisse haus. Finalists will be invited to an interview between 21 June and 23 June 2017, followed by a three-day trial between 26 June 2017 and 8 July 2017. MORE HERE


OPEN CALL | Flexible Location | Art Publishing Residency (paid) | Daily Serving + Art Practical (DSAP) – 17 June 2017

Located in San Francisco, the international art publishing organisation DSAP has launched the inaugural Art Publishing Residency programme and is now inviting emerging writers and editors to apply for a paid residency opportunity taking place over eight weeks from July to August 2017. The residency will provide immersive training to the incumbents to engage with all aspects of online contemporary art publishing, working directly with the Executive Director, the Editors in Chief of Daily Serving and Art Practical, the Communications Manager, and the Operations Manager. The paid part-time opportunity offers a stipend of USD1,000 for a maximum of 10 hours per week for eight weeks. Whilst in-office work is strongly encouraged, residents can work remotely on Skype alternatively. After the successful completion of the residency, there might be a further opportunity to take part in a short-term community-based exchange in Portland, Oregon sponsored by online publishing organisation c3:initiative in late 2017 or late 2018. Qualified applicants must be at least 18 years old, proficient in English, and not currently enrolled as a student at the start of the residency. MORE HERE



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