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OPEN CALL | UK | Art Prize and Residency | Birth Rites Collection – 25 June 2017

The Birth Rites Collection is the first and only collection of contemporary artwork dedicated to the subject of childbirth. The aim of the collection is to encourage debate and increase awareness around childbirth practice. The Birth Rites Collection is looking for new or existing artwork, in any medium, which deals with the subject of childbirth. The work will become a permanent part of the Birth Rites Collection and tour with the collection where it will be shown in future exhibitions. The works submitted will be considered by judges, Helen Knowles, Birth Rites Curator and Poppy Bowers, curator at the Whitworth Art Gallery. The chosen works will be featured for one month on their website and showcased digitally at an event in September at the Whitworth Art Gallery for one night as part of the Thursday Lates Programme. At the showcase, one winner of the competition will be announced and their work will become part of the Birth Rites Collection. The prize winner will also be awarded a two-week residency at Birth Rites Collection, where accommodation and a stipend of GPB250 will be provided. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | Shanghai | Call for Curators | Power Station of Art (PSA) – 27 June 2017

The Power Station of Art (PSA) is calling emerging Chinese curators based anywhere in the world to submit curatorial proposals for the 2017 Emerging Curators Project. An exhibition and academic trademark, the Project is dedicated to exploring the potential of young Chinese curators and providing them with an open-ended platform for professional collaboration and development. The successful exhibition proposals will take place in PSA at the end of 2017 and last for 2 to 3 months. Apart from the exhibition, successful candidates might be offered the opportunity to participate in an overseas exchange programme to France in 2018. There will also be a touring opportunity for selected curators. All candidates and proposed artists must be of Chinese nationality or overseas Chinese born with a date of birth no earlier than 1st January 1977 (inclusive). All research fields, artwork media and subject matter are welcome. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | Italy | Call for Artists | Malamegi Lab – 28 June 2017

Lab.8 art contest is a call for submissions open to artists working in a variety of media: drawings, paintings, sculptures, photographs, graphics, mixed media and video. This is a great opportunity for the artists to win a cash prize and exhibit their artworks in Rome in September/October 2017. Twelve artists will be selected for the final exhibition of the competition. The exhibition opening will be accompanied by the general catalogue, distributed throughout the exhibition period. The winning artist among the 12 finalists will be awarded a cash prize of EUR1,000. The award will be given based on the quality and originality of the work on display. The winning work will remain property of the artist. MORE HERE

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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

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OPEN CALL | London | Call for Artist | The Celeste Network – 30 June 2017

Celeste Prize is now inviting international artists, photographers and creatives to submit artwork for review by a jury of top art curators and critics. The Prize is dedicated to discovering new talents from around the world across all arts-related disciplines. Candidates will receive immediate online exposure upon entry, whilst finalists will be featured in a final group exhibition and a print publication. Six winners will receive up to EUR23,000 (approx. USD25,600) prizes and every participant is up for selection in the Prize’s 12-gallery benefits programme. Awards and the final exhibition will be held on 6-8 October 2017 at The Bargehouse, OXO Tower Wharf, London, during Frieze week. In its 9th incarnation, this year the award jury team consists of 13 art professionals, led by Fatoş Üstek, a renowned independent curator based in London. MORE HERE

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JOB | Portland | Curator of Native American Art | Portland Art Museum – 30 June 2017

The Portland Art Museum is currently accepting applications for the position of Curator of Native American Art. This full-time curatorial position is responsible for the care, research and exhibition of objects in the Museum’s Native American art collection; researching and developing Native American and indigenous exhibitions; working on related educational programmes; and building strong, active, and ongoing relationships and partnerships with Native communities. The position also supervises the Museum’s new Center for Contemporary Native Art, as well as the presentation of all travelling exhibitions of Native American art scheduled by the Portland Art Museum. MORE HERE

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JOB | Australia | Chair and Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Contemporary Art | University of New South Wales (UNSW) Art & Design – 30 June 2017

University of New South Wales (UNSW) Art & Design invites applications for a Judith Neilson Chair and Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Contemporary Art, with a focus on 21st century China. This exciting new role will advance the global understanding of contemporary art, in particular on Chinese contemporary art, as a source of insight into the impact of global change on China. The endowed Chair and Fellowship will deepen the intellectual rigour of research into Chinese contemporary art – and, by extension, into contemporary art in general – by supporting the scholarly investigation of Judith Neilson’s significant collection of Chinese contemporary art and its framing in an international context. The Chair aims, through research, advocacy and teaching, to advance knowledge about, and public and artistic understanding of, the work of Chinese contemporary artists, as well as their training, ideas, influence and practices. The fellowship will provide opportunities for students and scholars to closely engage with Chinese contemporary art for the purposes of teaching or academic study. MORE HERE

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JOB | Sharjah | Curator-in-Residence | Sharjah Art Foundation – 30 June 2017

Sharjah Art Foundation in Collaboration with Air Arabia announces its first annual open call for a Curator-in-Residence programme. Selected candidates from around the world are offered a residency in Sharjah to conduct research and curate an exhibition with artists from across Air Arabia’s destinations. This residency aims to demonstrate this state of flux by inviting curators to work with local, regional and international artists with different backgrounds who are determined by Air Arabia’s flight network map, coming from across the Middle East, North America, East Africa, Asia and Europe. While the specific aims of the curatorial residency may vary, the selection committee looks for proposals that report a genuine interest in engaging the regional context, whilst highlighting global connections. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | Singapore | Call for Proposals | Yale-NUS College – 30 June 2017

Yale-NUS College invites students and recent graduates (aged 18-30) to propose projects on any area of research relating to Singapore history for “The Future of Our Pasts: History Reimagined”. Applicants are encouraged to present their work in an array of creative or artistic media, such as film, theatre, visual art, writing, music, dance, multimedia, etc. Selected projects will receive funding of up to SGD20,000, and will be presented to the public in February 2019 to mark the bicentenary of Singapore’s founding. Students and recent graduates from all disciplines are eligible to apply. Both individual and group applications are welcome. Participants will be required to attend workshops as part of the project development process. They will also get to refine their project ideas with other grant recipients, and provide progress updates to the steering committee. MORE HERE

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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

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OPEN CALL | Miami | Student Curatorial Fellowship | Pérez Art Museum Miami – 1 July 2017

Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) announces a new curatorial fellowship thanks to the generous support of the Ford Foundation. The Ford Foundation Curatorial Fellowship at PAMM is offered to students of underrepresented ethnic backgrounds who have completed their studies at the undergraduate level and is designed to help individuals interested in embarking on a curatorial career. Over the course of 24 months the Curatorial Fellow will conduct extended research and help organise annual exhibitions of the museum’s permanent collection. For its inaugural fellowship, PAMM seeks one qualified candidate who will work within the curatorial department at PAMM from September 2017 through September 2019. The fellow will work to support the curatorial team with all phases of exhibition development, including: checklist development; lender and artist relations; publication development; writing texts for exhibition interpretation, online content, and press and promotional materials; exhibition floor plan development, installation; and related public programme development. MORE HERE

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JOB | Hong Kong | Producer, Digital Programme (Video) | M+ Museum – 14 July 2017

Located in the renowned West Kowloon Cultural District, M+ Museum is seeking an experienced video producer to join the team. The incumbent of the position will be in charge of a range of digital production responsibilities essential to the Museum’s development and collection, such as developing video production briefs and project documents, shooting, editing and coordinating high-quality videos, and coordinating with external collaborators and stakeholders for general digital development outreach. The applicants are required to have at least 3 years of digital production experience, strong communication skills, and demonstrate fluent English and Cantonese and/or Mandarin language capabilities. Apply online with a professional CV and the link to a portfolio of recent work. Successful finalists will be invited to an interview within 4 weeks from submission closing date. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | Netherlands | Call for Proposals | Impakt Festival – 15 July 2017

The Impakt Festival is the annual culmination of Impakt’s activities as an organisation that focuses on critical media culture: a five-day, multimedia festival with film screenings, conferences, talks, performances, exhibitions and presentations. Founded in 1988, the Impakt Festival takes place every autumn in the city of Utrecht, The Netherlands. Curatorial proposals can be submitted by curators individually or collectively and should revolve around a single, main theme. Impakt strongly calls for proposals that display an affinity with media culture, an interdisciplinary approach and a wide spectrum of views – avoiding an all-too-singular stance on the politics of the issues raised. Proposals should include thought-provoking approaches and original formats. The nature of proposed programmes and subjects can range from: speculative futurist concepts, popular culture, new ideas about our digital landscape, the Internet, offstream culture in visual arts, and the innovative and alternative use of technology. MORE HERE

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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

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JOB | London | Object Conservator | The Science Museum – 25 July 2017

The Science Museum is seeking an experienced Conservator to join the team of the new permanent Medicine gallery located in London. The formal mission of the Museum is to engage people in a dialogue about the past, present and future of human ingenuity in the fields of science, technology, medicine, transport and media. As a core member of the conservation team of the gallery, successful applicants will be working on interventive conservation of objects for the new Medicine gallery, advising on preventive conservation and mounts, exhibition installing and other conservation work. This is a fixed-term position based across the Science Museum’s three sites: the third site is our large object store and conservation lab at Wroughton. Candidates will need to demonstrate a recognised conservation qualification or comparable experience. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | China | Design Trust Research Fellowship 2018 | M+ Museum – 24 July 2017

The M+ / Design Trust Research Fellowship programme aims to support an original research project investigating issues relating to design and architecture in the Greater Pearl River Delta region, and between the region and other parts of the world. Applicants should engage in advanced historical research on either a single discipline, such as architecture, graphic design, industrial design and urbanism, or cross-disciplinary developments, taking into consideration the region’s cultural, social, economic and political milieus as well as its international and cross-cultural networks. The successful applicant will be attached to M+ for three to six months in 2018, conducting independent research, preferably on a full-time basis. The fellow is encouraged to engage in intellectual exchanges with the museum’s curatorial staff and participate in its programmes. Applications are welcome from individuals of all nationalities whose areas of research are in design, architecture or a related field. However, the provision of the fellowship will ultimately depend on the result of the fellow’s ability to obtain a visa for Hong Kong. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | China | Call for Applications | Times Museum of Art – 31 July 2017

The Pearl River Delta (PRD) as a constructed geographical division originated from the hydrographic integration of the Pearl River and its distinctive regional tradition and indigenous culture. Over the past two decades, the geo-cultural root has been shifted by regional geo-political changes and global economic reform and decline, the circulation of objects, people, capital, images and ideas has profoundly modified the everyday life and cultural landscape of the PRD. Located on the Southeast of China as an urban center of the PRD, Guangzhou possesses many historical, cultural and geopolitical attributes of the South. Operation PRD: All the Way South Research Fund situates the Museum in a rich and complex constellation of Southern theories, narratives and imaginaries by focusing on artists, filmmakers, writers, scholars and self-organised activities that negotiate between global capitalism and local forms of interpretation and resistance. Prioritising interdisciplinary research and collaborative platform, proposals may take the form of a commission, publication, workshop, performance, screening, discussion, or other modes of presentation. In 2017, two selected proposals that fulfill the following criteria will each receive a research fund up to RMB25,000 (about USD3750) and one of these two will be granted an extra of RMB30,000 for presentation in Times Museum of Art. MORE HERE

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JOB | Pennsylvania | Lecturer in African Studies | Pennsylvania State University – 31 July 2017

The African Studies Programme at The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for a full-time lecturer position, starting August 2017. This position is a one-year, non-tenure track appointment with the possibility of reappointment. Responsibilities primarily include teaching introductory to intermediate undergraduate courses in African Studies along with supporting duties in the African Studies Programme. Teaching load is six courses per academic year. Courses include Introduction to Contemporary Africa and Africa in Cinema. Minimum requirement is a Master’s degree in a related discipline; a PhD and relevant research and experience in the field are preferred. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | Beijing | Call for Artists/Photographers | Songzhuang International Photo Biennale – 10 August 2017

The Songzhuang International Photo Biennale (Songzhuang Photo) is a major part of the 10th Annual Songzhuang Art Festival. It will be held in the Czech China Contemporary Museum from 29 September to 13 October 2017. More than 60 domestic and international artists/photographers will be selected to exhibit their work. The Biennale is now accepting submissions for the international call for this year’s theme: “Live in This Moment, Return to the Origin.” The call is open to domestic and international photo artists/photographers, 21 years of age and older, who are working within the spectrum of photo-based work. There is no fee to enter the competition. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Uruguay | Call for Short Films | Gstaadfilm 2017 – 31 August 2017

Launched in 2004, Gstaadfilm is a festival for short films made by visual artists. It was established to give an opportunity to visual artists working in film to enter into a festival. The festival first ran in Gstaad, in the Swiss Alps, in 2004. In 2015 the organisers decided to ‘move mountains’, bringing the festival on tour. It was staged on a Celtic tour to Ireland, Wales and Scotland, with a final screening in Sweden in 2016. The award ceremony was held in Dublin in November 2015. In 2017 the festival will take place in Montevideo, Uruguay in Mid-November. The festival will be announced internationally and across Switzerland, in all major cities. There is no prescriptive theme and any visual material submitted can run for no longer than 10 minutes. Animated cartoons are not accepted. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | Online | Curatorial Proposals | Project Anywhere – 1 September 2017

Project Anywhere is a global exhibition model in which the role of curator is replaced with the type of peer review model typically endorsed by a refereed journal. Emphasising art and artistic research undertaken outside traditional exhibition circuits, Project Anywhere is dedicated to the evaluation and dissemination of art at the outermost limits of location-specificity. Significantly, all proposals submitted to Project Anywhere are carefully reviewed by at least four specialised artist academics of international standing. Consequently, all applicants receive substantial feedback on their proposals. With only a handful of projects hosted each year, selection is very competitive. MORE HERE

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

A nonprofit, nonpolitical organisation located near the United Nations landmark building, Japan Society is a world-class, multidisciplinary hub for global leaders, artists, scholars, educators, and English and Japanese-speaking audiences seeking to understand and appreciate Japanese art and culture. The Society celebrates and cultivates a dynamic relationship between the people and business communities of the United States and Japan through a diversity of more than 100 events annually including gallery exhibitions, performing arts programmes, film festivals, speakers’ series and Japanese language school. Japan Society is currently offering the following three career opportunities: Chief Development Officer, Education Program Officer and Individual Giving Associate. In addition to specific skills required for each position, qualified candidates must be able to respect and commit to the Society’s diverse workplace as an Equal Opportunity Employer. MORE HERE

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JOB | Arizona | Multiple Positions | Scottsdale Arts – apply by unspecified

An exciting umbrella art organisation spanning three departments, Scottsdale Arts creates opportunities for visitors to experience the highest quality performing and visual arts the world has to offer. Focusing on educational public programming, the centre is divided into three parts: Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art and Scottsdale Public Art. All three departments are seeking the right applicants for a range of positions including Director of Public Art, Audio Visual Supervisor, Communications Manager, Director of Finance & Administration and Protection Services Officer. Whilst having different responsibilities and criteria, the applicants generally need to have at least 5 years of relevant working experience and Master level of educational qualifications. Online applications accepted only. MORE HERE

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JOB | Houston | Multiple Curatorial Positions | The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH) – apply by unspecified

The MFAH is a multifaceted institution engaging with top quality traditional and contemporary art from across the United States and the globe. Comprising two gallery buildings, a sculpture garden, two art schools and two house museums for decorative arts, the Museum holds a collection of more than 65,000 works of art in a wide range of media. The Museum is offering 4 curatorial employment vacancies: Curator (Asian Art), Curatorial Assistant (Modern & Contemporary Art), Curatorial Assistant (Art of the Islamic Worlds) and Curatorial Assistant (Prints and Drawings). Each position has a separate job description for reference. The Museum is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment without regard to race, creed, colour, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status. To apply, e-mail jobs@mfah.org with an up-to-date CV and a completed MFAH Employment Application. MORE HERE

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JOB | Singapore | Production Assistant Manager | The NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore – apply by unspecified

The NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore (NTU CCA) is seeking an Assistant Manager, Senior Assistant Manager, or Manager to join the Centre’s Department of Exhibitions, Residencies and Public Programmes. The roles include managing all productions ranging from exhibitions to events, production schedules, related logistics and budgets and working closely with all NTU CCA Singapore’s curators. Key responsibilities include: preparing and overseeing ITQs, bid and tenders; managing exhibitions Budget Plan; overseeing exhibition production schedule and Budget Plan; implementing exhibition design; liaising with artists and curators; supervising art handling and installation, etc. Applicants need to provide evidence of qualifications such as a university degree from a recognised institution in a relevant field and at least 5 years of working experience in exhibition production management within a museum, gallery or similar industry. MORE HERE

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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

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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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INTERNSHIP | New York | Editorial Internship Summer-Fall 2017 | Artsy – apply by unspecified

Artsy is looking for a self-motivated individual to play an integral part in Artsy Editorial’s growth. The desired candidate will have a background in journalism, experience working at an arts or culture publication, and/or a background in art history. He/she is enthusiastic about online publishing, spends most of their time thinking about the possibilities of the written word online, and feels very comfortable undertaking extensive independent research and fact-checking tasks. Additionally, they should have an expressed interest in contemporary art and art history with a strong desire to learn more. As a strategic thinker, proactive problem-solver, confident and thoughtful writer who is excited be part of a dynamic, close-knit editorial team, the successful candidate would get a thrill out of working in a fast-paced environment. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | New York | Paid Internship | Driscoll Babcock Galleries – apply by unspecified

Driscoll Babcock Galleries is New York’s oldest art gallery and has represented important contemporary artists for more than 160 years. The gallery seeks an enthusiastic and organised student for a part-time internship position for the summer season. The intern will provide support to staff in the day-to-day administration of the gallery, as well as complete in-depth research and special projects as requested. The intern will gain exposure to the general operations of an established New York art gallery through working on both short-term and longer-term projects with various members of the staff. The intern will work in the reception area of the gallery and therefore must possess a professional, polite and friendly demeanour. MORE HERE
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OPEN CALL | Copenhagen | Call for Research Applications (funded) | The Danish Arts Foundation – apply by unspecified

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 | 2017 Residency Programme | Centre for the Study of Substructured Loss – apply by unspecified

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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JOB | Hong Kong | Head of Research | Asia Art Archive – apply by unspecified

The Head of Research is responsible for articulating and strengthening AAA’s role as a platform for new research, knowledge and ideas. The Head of Research works with the Executive Director to set research and content priorities in line with AAA’s vision and the wider context of the field, while driving projects against this framework. The individual builds AAA’s networks, engages leading professionals, and expands and sustains institutional partnerships. As a key voice within the arts community, the Head of Research takes a macro view of the field and develops innovative approaches to strengthen ‘research infrastructures’, including research grants and tools. In addition, the Head of Research helps the Executive Director to develop long-term organisational strategies, including budgeting, to strengthen the team and institution. The Head of Research manages AAA’s team of Researchers in offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai and New Delhi. The Research team collects, creates and shares material aligned with AAA content priorities and generates propositions through writing and participation in workshops and symposia. MORE HERE

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OPEN CALL | UK | Artist-in-Residence | Newcastle University and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art – apply by unspecified

Newcastle University and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art seek an artist-in-residence. They are looking for an artist who uses clay in their practice in innovative or experimental ways. The successful candidate will have an exciting and dynamic visual art practice and a profile of developing and exhibiting work at an international level, or will have the potential for this. There will be an opportunity for the artist to develop plans for an exhibition of their work in one of Britain’s most important contemporary spaces after the completion of the residency. The artist will be based full-time in the Fine Art studios in Newcastle University. Funding is available for an initial period of one year, with a possible further extension of six months. The post is available from October 2016 with the start date to be negotiated. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Singapore | Multiple Internships | NTU CCA Singapore – apply by unspecified

NTU CCA Singapore’s internship programme offers insights and an immersive work experience into one of the most experimental arts 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 | Marfa | Multiple Internships | The Chinati Foundation – apply by unspecified

Since 1990, the Chinati Foundation’s Internship Programme has provided hands-on museum experience to more than 240 students, recent graduates and young professionals from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines. During extended stays at Chinati, interns gain exposure to various aspects of the museum’s daily operations, working closely with staff, resident artists, visiting scholars, architects and museum professionals. As compensation, the Museum offers interns a modest stipend of USD100 per week and a furnished apartment on the Chinati grounds. Chinati currently offers internship positions in Education and Public Programmes, Conservation and Development. International applicants are welcomed. MORE HERE

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

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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JOB | New York | Curator | Public Art Fund – apply by unspecified

Public Art Fund, New York’s leading presenter of contemporary art projects in public spaces, seeks a Curator to play a key role in the conception, development and implementation of its artistic programmes. The Curator works closely with curatorial colleagues, artists, project management team and other Public Art Fund staff in the development, production, and installation of exhibitions and programmes, including commissioned works. As a member of the senior staff team, the Curator plays a key role in the management and implementation of organisational goals and strategies. MORE HERE 

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INTERNSHIP | Portland | Student Internships | Portland Art Museum – apply by unspecified

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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JOB | Mumbai | Gallery Assistant | Jhaveri Contemporary – apply by unspecified

Mumbai-based art gallery is looking for a smart, hardworking gallery assistant. The successful candidate will be reliable, have initiative and good attention to detail, able to multi-task and have a keen interest in contemporary art. The Gallery assistant’s responsibilities will include planning exhibitions, liaison with artists, art fair assistance, maintenance of inventory, preparation of PDFs and presentations, and all aspects of running a gallery. A degree in Art History, English or other relevant fields is preferred. Excellent command of English (written and spoken) is a must, a good command of Photoshop and image-related software preferred. Send your cover letter and CV to info@jhavericontemporary.com MORE HERE

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

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 | Dallas | Multiple Internships | The Crow Collection of Asian Art – apply by unspecified

The Crow Collection is dedicated solely to the arts of Asia. The collection features pieces from China, Japan, India, Korea and Southeastern Asia spanning from historical to contemporary. The Crow Collection offers unpaid, part-time internships in the Education and Marketing Departments during the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters, Tuesday through Friday, as well as some nights and weekends for special events. Available positions in: Education, Membership and Marketing and Social media. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Berlin | Multiple Internships | Asia Contemporary Art Platform NON Berlin – apply by unspecified

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 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 | Pasadena | Multiple Student Internships | USC Pacific Asia Museum – apply by unspecified

The USC Pacific Asia Museum offers a variety of unpaid student internships, either for the Summer, Semester or Academic Year. The Museum  will work with Students to fulfill academic requirements or to earn credits. Currently there are internships available in Communications and Marketing, and in Education and Public Programming. Preference will be given to students that can earn school credit or have a scholarship to cover their internship, as well as have the skills and education that best fit the internship project. MORE HERE

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JOB | New York City | Department Assistant | MoMA – apply by unspecified

The Museum of Modern Art is currently accepting applications for a Department Assistant to support the Collection Management and Exhibition Registration Department. Reporting to the Head Registrar, the incumbent will provide administrative support to managers and clerical support to department staff, organise meetings, track attendance, order supplies, assist with preparation and tracking of three departmental budgets, process invoices and vouchers. The Assistant will also research and respond to inquiries from the public, maintain file room and assist with internship selection process. Qualified candidates will possess Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business Administration and have at least one year of administrative work experience. MORE HERE

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JOB | Mumbai | Sales and Client Relations | Volte Gallery – apply by unspecified

Volte Gallery is one of the leading contemporary art galleries from the Indian subcontinent. We are building our Sales team in Mumbai and looking for goal oriented and committed individuals,with past work experience of sales and client relations. Key responsibilities include sales and managing high net worth clients through gallery exhibitions, art fairs. This is an exciting opportunity for an individual to work closely with the founder-director and gallery team to make a real impact on the commercial and artistic success of the gallery. MORE HERE 

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JOB | New York | Gallery Assistant with Press Relations | Galerie Perrotin – apply by unspecified

Galerie Perrotin seeks full time Gallery Assistant with Press Relations experience. The position requires good communication, organisation and time management skills as well as the ability to work well under pressure and be flexible time wise. Previous experience in a gallery or museum field is necessary. Please email resume and cover letter in PDF format to donaldryan@perrotin.com. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | New York | Multiple Internships | Asia Society – apply by unspecified

Asia Society is the leading educational organization dedicated to promoting mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among peoples, leaders and institutions of Asia and the United States in a global context. We offer interns the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of the interplay of Asian and Western cultures. Asia Society’s internship program is designed to provide you with practical vocational experience, training, and opportunities to both plan and participate in events and programs. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Washington | Multiple Internships | The Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art – apply by unspecified

Fellowships and internships provide professional training and research opportunities for students and scholars at various levels, as well as the chance to engage with F | S staff and utilize the museums’ rich resources. The Freer | Sackler offers internships to students and interested individuals in its many departments. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | New York | Multiple Internships | The New Museum – apply by unspecified

The Internship Program at the New Museum offers participants hands-on training in the museum profession and a comprehensive overview of Museum operations. Interns also gain insight into the world of contemporary art. Internships are available in the following Museum departments: Curatorial, Development, Education, External Affairs, Information Systems, Registrar, Exhibition Management, Retail and Institutional Sales, and Special Events. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Italy | Multiple internships | Peggy Guggenheim Collection – apply by unspecified

Through immersing interns in the cultural life of the city of Venice, they will gain practical experience of museum operations and familiarity with a collection of modern art. The programme includes educational activities, seminars, conferences, trips and guided tours. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Singapore | Internships | National Arts Council Singapore – apply by unspecified

Our internship programme provides hands-on professional and cross-disciplinary experience to students who are passionate about the arts. You will be presented with excellent opportunities to learn from experienced NAC officers and management as well as practitioners in the arts scene. MORE HERE 

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INTERNSHIP | Thailand | Multiple Internships | Documentary Arts Asia – apply by unspecified

Documentary Arts Asia is a non-profit organization which works primarily in photography and film, but also audio and narrative writing, to tell the stories from Asia that need to be heard. Our Documentary Arts Center in Chiang Mai, Thailand, supports documentary artists through the provision of training and library resources, grants and promotion. We also strive to gain recognition for the importance of high-quality, independent and objective documentary practice through our own agency, magazine and documentary arts festival. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Hong Kong | Editorial and Design Internships | ArtAsiaPacific – apply by unspecified

Working with the editorial or design team on all aspects of the magazine’s production, responsibilities of the internship include: attending editorial meetings, offering research assistance and various administrative tasks involved in the running of the office. Depending on their focus, interns learn basic editorial and design skills, including how to write articles, edit, layout articles, and are eventually encouraged to produce at least one article or design a section of the magazine. Internships usually last 3–4 months, are unpaid and are full-time. Internships for academic credit are also available. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | New York or Washington DC | Multiple internships | Americans for the Arts – apply by unspecified

The internship programme offers undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to investigate and participate in the operations of the nation’s leading nonprofit for advancing the arts in America. Interns are expected to participate in daily activities, contribute skills and ideas, and produce excellent work, all the while preparing to become the next generation of arts, nonprofit, and cultural leaders. MORE HERE 

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INTERNSHIP | Multiple locations | Multiple internships | Bonhams – apply by unspecified

The purpose of the internship programme is to introduce the student of art and art history to the world of art appraising and merchandising. Interns will work with specialists in a chosen field of interest where they will gain an overall perspective of the auction business. MORE HERE 

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INTERNSHIP | New Delhi | Internships | National Museum Institute of History of Art, Conservation, and Museology – apply by unspecified

The objective of the internship shall be to give the student practical experience in museum work or help him/her to prepare for assignments/seminars/dissertation leading to the completion of an M.A. degree. The maximum period of the internship is six months. MORE HERE 

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INTERNSHIP | Virginia | Internships | U.S.-Korea Arts Foundation – apply by unspecified

USKAF plans to continue to promote a broader understanding of Korean arts and heritage by establishing the National American Museum of Korean Arts and Heritage (NAMKAH). The museum will be initially launched as an on-line museum (www.NAMKAH.org) which will present a variety of Korean arts and cultural activities in digital format. With the collaboration and supervision of the USKAF staff, the interns will be expected to provide solid foundational work and the successful preparation and maintenance of the on-line museum. MORE HERE  

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INTERNSHIP | Los Angeles | Multiple Internships | LAND – apply by unspecified

LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) is a non-profit organization founded in 2009 committed to curating site-specific public art exhibitions in Los Angeles and beyond. LAND believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to experience innovative contemporary art in their day-to-day lives. In turn, artists deserve the opportunity to realize projects, otherwise unsupported, at unique sites in the public realm. LAND accepts unsolicited submissions from artists and organisations, however, please note that the review process often requires several months before a reply may be expected. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Australia | Internships | National Gallery of Australia – apply by unspecified

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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INTERNSHIP | Singapore | Internships | Singapore Art Museum – apply by unspecified

Singapore Art Museum has internship opportunities throughout the year within different departments of the museum. Our internships offer participants in-depth exposure to the workings of individual departments and practical training in visual art and museum practices. We recommend at least a commitment period of two months for a meaningful internship programme. Internship opportunities are based on Museum needs and requirements and are assigned to interns with the appropriate skills and interests. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | New York | Internships | Whitney Museum of American Art – apply by unspecified

The Whitney Museum of American Art offers both academic year and summer internship programmes for college students. Internships are geared toward juniors, seniors, and graduate students (no freshmen). Under the supervision of a department head or curator, interns learn about museum work and assist with regular departmental duties that range from research and special projects to administrative tasks. MORE HERE

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INTERNSHIP | Beijing | Internships | SURGE Art – apply by unspecified

SURGE Art is an online gallery and events platform for promoting dynamic young artists and creative talent. If you have a passion for graphic design, event management, social media networking, art gallery operations, website management, multi-media production, communications and liason, or marketing and promotion, please apply. SURGE provides opportunities to develop skills in an exciting, project based cross cultural organization. Please send your cover letter and CV to hello@surgeart.com

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INTERNSHIP | Los Angeles | Internships | 826LA – apply by unspecified

826LA is looking for interns who are passionate about education and about our mission. Working in a high-energy work environment, interns learn about using creativity to engage youth from underserved communities, volunteer management, communications, and the ins and outs of an established education non-profit. MORE HERE 

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INTERNSHIP | London | Internships | Tate – apply by unspecified

An internship with Tate will enable you to participate in some of the most exciting gallery work nationally and internationally in a really stimulating environment. This will in turn give you a number of formal and informal learning opportunities that will assist you with your future career. We offer internships in a range of fields including curatorial, marketing, learning and collection care with each placement generally lasting between four and six months. MORE HERE 

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