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JOB | Oslo, Norway | Associate Professor | Oslo National Academy of the Arts – 1 March 2018

The Oslo National Academy of the Arts is now accepting applicants for Associate Professor of Exhibition Studies. This is a part-time, 70% fixed term position of six years with a possibility of an extension for a further period after the public announcement. They are looking for a candidate who is well informed within curating and exhibition history, and its place and role in the field of art. Applicants are required to describe and document their entire range of qualifications and criteria set out in the job application with concrete examples. This position will be vacant from 1 August 2018. For questions related to submission of application material, contact HR advisor Svetlana Trofimova via svettrof@khio.no. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | Southeast Asia | Call for Applications | Emerging Writers Fellowship – 15 April 2018

Southeast of Now: Directions in Contemporary and Modern Art in Asia is committed to supporting the development of new writing in the region, and to providing an opportunity for emerging writers to develop their research and writing skills, and to engage with a broad readership in a new special section of the journal. It now announces a new donor-funded mentorship programme, to commence with Volume 2 (2018). Emerging writers (with no more than three years of publishing experience), who are citizens or permanent residents of any country in Southeast Asia, are invited to apply for the Emerging Writers Fellowship. Applications should be sent to southeastofnow@gmail.com no later than 15 April 2018. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Maine, USA | Unpaid Arts Administration Internships | Franconia Sculpture Park – 1 April / 1 July 2018

Franconia Sculpture Park is a nonprofit arts organisation operating a 43-acre outdoor sculpture park, artist residencies and community arts programmes. The Park runs The Arts Administration Internship Program and is currently seeking interns for two positions: Program Internship and Development Intern. Differing in specific tasks and requirements, both roles will provide hands-on opportunity to work in the field, directly engaging with artists and the organisation’s core team. The internships last for 2 to 4 months depending on candidates’ availability with a commitment requirement of either 16 hours per week for commute interns or 32 hours per week for resident interns (on-site accommodation free of charge). Applicants of all nationalities are welcome. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | Venice | Call for Applications | The School for Curatorial Studies – 15 March 2018

The School for Curatorial Studies is a project dedicated to contemporary curatorial theory and practice as well as contemporary museology. The School is now open for applications to enroll in the three-module intensive course taking place between 5 June 2018 and 4 September 2018. Taught in English, the Summer School will focus on the history of contemporary visual arts and practices of exhibition-making, and will include field study trips to the 2018 Venice Biennale and Berlin (optional). Students will participate in weekly activities including artist studio visits, tours of exhibition spaces, networking events and workshops held by arts professionals. Tuition fee is EUR420,000 (approx. USD494,050), excluding any visa application and accommodation costs. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | Buenos Aires | Call for Entries | Faena Prize for the Arts – 15 February 2018

Faena Art invites multidisciplinary artists from across the world to propose site-sensitive works that respond to the space of Faena Art Center Buenos Aires based on time and duration. There is no limitation on artistic forms, which may include installation, performance, painting, sculpture, photography, design and architecture, film or video art, etc. The successful candidate will receive a USD75,000 prize, USD25,000 of which will be awarded directly to the artist. The winning project proposal will be produced for exhibition at the Art Center Buenos Aires in 2019 with the possibility to be showcased at the Faena Forum Miami Beach. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Maine | Artist Internship | Franconia Sculpture Park – 10 February 2018

Franconia Sculpture Park is a nonprofit arts organisation running a large outdoor sculpture park, active artist residency and community arts programming. The Park is now seeking 15 student or early career Artist Interns to live and work at the Park, and assist in programming and artistic assistance. The interns will have the opportunity to create large-scale sculptural artwork and receive mentorship from professional artists-in-residence. The internship requires a daily five-hour work commitment over a period of two to three months. International applicants are welcome. MORE HERE

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JOB | Los Angeles | Multiple Positions | Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) – apply by varies

The largest art museum in the western United States, LACMA is currently offering a range of career opportunities including Annenberg Curatorial Fellow (European Painting & Sculpture), Event Associate, Director of Donor Relations & Stewardship and Assistant Conservator. Applicants of all nationalities, races, genders etc. are welcome to apply. MORE HERE

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JOB | Hong Kong | Educator Resource & Programme Lead | Asia Art Archive (AAA) – apply by unspecified

AAA is seeking an experienced professional to take on the leadership of the development of the organisation’s online educational resources. The individual will be responsible for creating and commissioning bilingual (Chinese & English) content, overseeing the organisation of all aspects of educator programmes, delivering customised school tours at AAA and leveraging and expanding partnerships. Candidates must have at least 5 years of experience working on a similar position or in education. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | New York | Multiple Internships (Unpaid) | Aperture – apply by unspecified (ongoing)

Aperture is a New York-based not-for-profit publisher and organisation for photography worldwide. The organisation’s internship opportunities include the following programmes: Stevan A. Baron Work Scholar Program, Elaine Goldman and John Benis Diversity Internship and The Maryland Institute College of Art Summer Internship. Spanning over 12 departments, the internships offer a wide range of experiences from design, production and circulation to marketing, event/exhibition management and finance. MORE HERE

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JOB | Hong Kong | Multiple Positions | Asian Art Archive (AAA) – apply by unspecified

AAA is currently seeking Hong Kong-based candidates for the following three job vacancies: Archive Assistant (full-time, one year fixed-term), Assistant to the Executive Director & Administrative Coordinator, and Educator Resource & Programme Lead. Skill, qualification and level of experience required for each position vary. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume with expected salary to Sally Lee at sally@aaa.org.hk. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. MORE HERE

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JOB | San Francisco | Curatorial Assistant, Chinese Art Department | Asian Art Museum – apply by unspecified

The Asian Art Museum is one of the largest museums in the Western world devoted exclusively to Asian art and culture. The Museum’s Chinese Art Department is seeking a full-time Curatorial Assistant to provide curatorial assistance and administrative support to the Curator of Chinese Art in programmes and projects. The applicants will have Bachelor’s degree in Art History or Asian Studies with a specialisation in Chinese Art. Fluency in written and spoken Chinese and knowledge of Chinese culture are also required. MORE HERE

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JOB | New York | Multiple Positions | Public Art Fund (PAF) – apply by unspecified

Based in New York, Public Art Fund (PAF) is a leading not-for-profit organisation dedicated to bringing contemporary art to a broad audience in the public domain in New York City and beyond. The organisation is currently hiring an Associate Curator and an Associate Project Manager to join the team. The Associate Curator will play a key role in the conception, development, and implementation of its artistic programmes while the Associate Project Manager is responsible for managing and coordinating select exhibitions, commissions, programs, and/or consulting activities; and works directly with artists, galleries, vendors, and art installers to develop and implement new and ambitious artworks. Candidates must have at least 3 years of experience working in a similar role. Salary commensurate with experience. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Pasadena, USA | Cultural and Arts Programming Internship (unpaid) | USC Pacific Asia Museum – apply by unspecified

Established in 1971, The USC Pacific Asia Museum’s mission is to further intercultural understanding through the arts of Asia and the Pacific Islands. The USC Pacific Asia Museum Cultural and Arts Programming Intern will participate in the year-round programming at the USC Pacific Asia Museum including films, lectures, panels, performances and cultural events/festivals. The intern will be actively involved in the whole process from generating programme ideas to event production, all the way through to marketing and outreach. This is an unpaid internship with flexible hours but the intern will be able to commit 10 – 15 hours on a weekly basis. Current undergraduate or graduate students are eligible to apply. MORE HERE

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JOB | Shanghai | Education Specialist & Customer Service Specialist | Rockbund Art Museum (RAM) – apply by unspecified

The Rockbund Art Museum is the first contemporary art museum in China that is fully devoted to supporting contemporary art production and creativity. The Education Specialist & Customer Service Specialist is a part-time role contributing to the museum’s public programming and education as one of its major missions. Interested applicants please send current CV and cover letter in both Chinese and English to: hr@rockbundartmuseum.org and note in the subject line “Name+Postion applied”. MORE HERE

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JOB | Hong Kong | Logistic Assistant / Registrar | Galerie Perrotin – apply by unspecified

Galeries Perrotin’s Hong Kong gallery is looking for a full-time Logistics Assistant / Registrar to work on international and domestic shipments, logistics follow-ups, artwork documentation and database maintenance. Applicants will have proven experience and knowledge as logistics coordinator and good command of English (French-speaking is an asset but not essential). Work benefits include 5-day work week, medical insurance and 13 months salary. To apply, please email: Lucie@perrotin.com MORE HERE

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JOB | New York | Multiple Positions | Japan Society – apply by unspecified

Japan Society is a multidisciplinary hub for global leaders, artists, scholars, educators and English and Japanese-speaking audiences seeking to understand and appreciate Japanese art and culture. Japan Society sponsors and organises more than 100 events annually through its art gallery, performing arts programme, film festival, etc. The organisation is currently offering multiple career opportunities including Performing Arts Program Officer, Development Officer and Digital Content Officer. While these roles vary in requirements and responsibilities, they are generally ideal for experienced New York-based art professionals.  MORE HERE

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JOB | Los Angeles | Visitor Services Associate | The Broad – apply by unspecified (rolling basis)

The Broad is a contemporary art museum founded by philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad that holds over 2000 works of art in the Broad collection. The Museum is seeking a part-time Visitor Services Associate to ensure a positive visiting experience. The candidate will receive cross-training and work in three visitor-facing areas: visitor orientation and ticketing, in-gallery experience, and safety and security. Major responsibilities include visitor greeting, facilitating ticket-checking, traffic flow invigilating and answering visitors’ questions. The Visitor Services Associates can be scheduled to work up to 25 hours per week depending on their availability and will be scheduled for at least one weekend day. MORE HERE

 

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JOB | Berlin or Online | Online Course Lecturer | Node Center for Curatorial Studies – apply by unspecified (ongoing)

Node Center for Curatorial Studies is a Berlin-based art organisation focused on research and education in contemporary art practices across the world. The organisation has two core departments: an online learning platform offering courses related to contemporary art and curating and a research programme based in Berlin. Node is recruiting Online Course Lecturers on an ongoing basis in the following fields: Art history; Grant-writing, funding and sponsorship; Curatorial and artistic research techniques; Management and direction of galleries; PR, press and communications in the art world. Key criteria include fluency in English, a minimum of 5 years of professional working experience in the arts, confidence in technology and online communication, and availability from 7 pm to 9 pm Central European Time (CET). MORE HERE

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JOB | Bangalore, India | Multiple Positions | Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology – apply by unspecified

Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology is a non-residential institution providing art and design education in a community-building environment where creativity is valued and facilitated. The Institute is now hiring a range of academic staff including Contemporary Art Practices, Visual Communications, Experimental Media Arts and Industrial Design. Experience levels and specific job descriptions vary from position to position. There are also non-teaching positions available. MORE HERE

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JOB | Singapore | Part-Time Staff Writer | The Artling – apply by unspecified

Based in Singapore, The Artling is an online art gallery focusing on contemporary art and design in Asia. The organisation is seeking part-time staff writers to contribute to its online magazine “Artzine” that features articles on Asian art events and exhibitions regionally and internationally. The ideal candidate will be expected to pitch 3 to 4 article ideas per month and proceed with researching and writing the selected ones. Articles are between 500 and 1500 words and accompanied by copyright-free or approved images. Written and Spoken English language skills and ability to work on strict deadlines are a must. The applicants can work in or outside of Singapore. Interested applicants can send a CV and 2 or 3 writing samples to contact@theartling.com with the subject “Part-Time Staff Writer Application”. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Ho Chi Minh City | Paid Art Teaching Internship | VinSpace Art Studio – apply by unspecified

One of the leading art studios in Vietnam, VinSpace Art Studio is consist of artist studios, an all-age art school and an exhibition gallery (Vin Gallery). The Studio runs education-focused art classes and workshops and showcases, sells and commissions work by both local and international artists. The Studio is now seeking an Art Teaching Intern to undertake a 6-month full-time internship with the possibility to obtain recruitment opportunities. Applicants must have graduated from an art related degree at least 6 months prior to applying and previous teaching or workshop running experience is desirable. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | USA | Multiple Unpaid Internships | The Chinati Foundation – apply by unspecified

The Chinati Foundation is a contemporary art museum in Texas, USA, presenting permanent, large-scale installations, and hosting special exhibitions and programmes. The museum currently has the following internship positions available: Education and Public Programs, Conservation, and Development. The Museum provides interns with hands-on experience working closely with staff, resident artists, visiting scholars, architects and museum professionals. Interns will receive a modest stipend of USD100 per week and a furnished apartment on the Chinati grounds. Applicants of all study or career stages, ages and backgrounds are welcome. MORE HERE 

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INTERNSHIP | Hong Kong | Unpaid Internship | Videotage – apply by unspecified (until hired)

Videotage is a leading Hong Kong-based non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting, presenting, creating and preserving new media art across all languages, media and forms locally and internationally. The organisation is currently seeking interns to join the team at the Cattle Depot Artist Village to advance their future career in the field of new media art. The part-time internship will involve tasks such as updating websites and social media, liaising with internal and external parties, assisting installation and de-installation and supporting the organisation’s general administration. The interns will also be provided with a daily allowance. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Philadelphia, USA | Multiple Unpaid Internships | The Clay Studio – apply by unspecified

The Clay Studio is Philadelphia’s only non-profit space solely dedicated to the education and promotion of the ceramic arts, and is one of the world’s leading institutions in the field. Their ongoing Internship Programme is currently recruiting college students, recent ceramics graduates and ceramic artists as Teaching Assistants Available areas are: Studio (School and/or Summer Clay Camps), Outreach/Education (Claymobile), Gallery/Shop and Administration/Development. Successful applicants will work on a range of functions throughout the Clay Camp programme at The Clay Studio and, in return, gain access to free classes, facilities and open studio time. Interns work either 15 or 30 hours per week, for a total of 60 hours for 2 to 4 weeks. The Clay Studio is an equal opportunity employer and qualified applicants of all national origins, genders and ages, etc. are encouraged to apply. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | Copenhagen | Call for Research Applications (funded) | The Danish Arts Foundation – ongoing

The Danish Arts Foundation is offering a funding opportunity for international curators, directors of art institutions and other art professionals to subsidise the travel and accommodation cost in Denmark. The purpose of the programme is to provide an insight into contemporary Danish art and the Danish art scene, and to strengthen networking and dialogue between the Danish and the international art ecologies. The Research programme is aimed at art professional applicants whose primary occupation is professional curating, art criticism or art mediation, or who can demonstrate substantial experience in one of the areas mentioned. Moreover, the research programme primarily targets applicants who already have contacts on the Danish art scene or candidates who wish to develop a project involving specific Danish artists or institutions. Applicants must be able to organise meetings and studio visits on their own. Artists may only apply for funding if they can document significant curatorial experience or have worked professionally with art mediation. Applicants can be awarded a maximum amount of DKK15,000 (USD2,272.33). Applicants must fill in the online submission along with the international bank wire transfer form. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | Montréal, Berlin, London | 2018 Residency Programme | Centre for the Study of Substructured Loss – apply by unspecified (ongoing)

Established in 2009, the Centre for the Study of Substructured Loss is a Canadian organisation dedicated to the development of applied grief and bereavement research. Interdisciplinary in nature, the research is documented through the use of practice-based/led methods within art and is comprised of work from both creative and technical practitioners. The Centre is now accepting applications for its rotating city residency programme. Artists, researchers and other arts professionals are encouraged to apply. The residency programme encourages experimentation and the development of multi/interdisciplinary studio work grounded in research within the field of grief and bereavement. MORE HERE

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JOB | Flexible Location | Curricular Designer | Arte Ponte – apply by unspecified

Arte Ponte seeks a Curricular Designer and content delivery expert to design course materials in the field of Art Management for online learning, with materials also adaptable to in-classroom settings. This is a part-time contract position with the current contract for the initial planning phase of the project only. Contingent upon funding and planning phase outcomes, work may continue to deliverables under a separate contract. The initial planning phase is scheduled to take 3 months. The individual in this position can be based anywhere. The Curricular Designer will work with the Arte Ponte Senior curator and Director to design supplemental curricular materials for a collection of arts case studies. The process will be guided by principles of innovation and cutting-edge design. The Designer will have a mind not only for content delivery, but also for elegant design, fresh perspectives, and synthesis of themes and content. This individual will have the latitude to design a suite of higher education classroom materials from inception to implementation and will be encouraged to use new and untested approaches to the design work. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Singapore | Multiple Internships | NTU CCA Singapore – apply by unspecified (ongoing)

NTU CCA Singapore’s internship programme offers insights and an immersive work experience into one of the most experimental art spaces in the world. NTU CCA Singapore internship will provide an immersive work experience where candidates can apply for attachments to one of the following departments: Exhibitions, Residencies, Research & Education, Communications & Development. An internship at NTU CCA Singapore will expose the candidate to various networking opportunities as well as mentoring and training by its professional team. This is a full-time position with a minimum commitment of three months. An internship stipend will be provided. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Singapore | Curatorial Internships | Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore – apply by unspecified (ongoing)

An ICA Singapore internship presents a unique opportunity to experience a contemporary arts institution first-hand. Interns work with their curatorial and exhibitions staff to support the planning and delivery of exhibitions. They assist with research and fact-checking for exhibitions, publications and the collection, undertake administrative tasks such as archiving and correspondence and support installations. Placements are for a minimum of half a day per week, and normally run for six months to a year. Internships suit university or postgraduate students with knowledge of contemporary international art and a desire to pursue a career in curating or arts administration. MORE HERE 

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INTERNSHIP | Portland | Student Internships | Portland Art Museum – apply by unspecified (ongoing)

Since 1892 the mission of the Portland Art Museum is to engage the public with art and film of enduring quality, to facilitate dialogue with diverse audiences, and to collect, preserve and educate for the enrichment of present and future generations. Along with helping to ease the workload of Museum staff, interns gain knowledge and experience that will advance their own careers. Interested applicants must meet Museum-wide guidelines as well as those specific to their department of interest. Applicants may be undergraduate or graduate students as is appropriate to the conditions of specific internships. MORE HERE 

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INTERNSHIP | Shanghai | Multiple Internships | Rockbund Art Museum – apply by unspecified (ongoing)

Rockbund Art Museum offers non-paid internship opportunities for domestic and international college and graduate students. The objective of the internship programme is to offer practical museum training experience to individuals interested in pursuing careers in the study of contemporary art or art museum administration and to facilitate the communication between Rockbund Art Museum and other academic institutions. The internship period should be four to six months for each session and requires a minimum commitment of 500 hours. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Berlin | Multiple Unpaid Internships | Asia Contemporary Art Platform NON Berlin – apply by unspecified (ongoing)

NON Berlin is open to internship applicants to experience working at a dynamic Asian contemporary art platform in the heart of Berlin. Candidates should have high interest in exchange programmes in the field of Asian and European art, culture and philosophy, in addition to a motivation to participate in diverse activities happening at NON Berlin. Established in 2012 and growing fast since 2014, NON Berlin is a hub for Asian and European art, culture and philosophy where various activities and discourses take place. MORE HERE

 

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INTERNSHIP | Australia | Multiple Internships | National Gallery of Australia – apply by unspecified (ongoing)

The Gallery actively encourages the sharing of expertise by inviting and accepting interns and work experience placements. Students studying the visual arts, arts/museum administration, conservation or an area in which the Gallery has an identified expertise will be given priority over other applicants. Students or Work Experience Coordinators need to apply as early as possible as placements are limited. MORE HERE

 

 

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