Jul 24 2019


by The Editors

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Prizes and Awards

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Open Calls

Alserkal Arts Foundation


Deadline: January 31, 2020

Alserkal Arts Foundation is welcoming applications for its inaugural research grants, which are designed to support radical, innovative, and contemporary research that challenges traditional modes of practice in a variety of fields.

The grants place an emphasis on interdisciplinary proposals, comparative studies, and societal discourses that link the arts, humanities and social sciences in the context of the MEASA (Middle East, Africa, South Asia).

Research grants are awarded as follows:

Grants for individuals—up to USD 5,000

Grants for duos/collectives—up to USD 10,000

Grants for independent publishers—up to USD 10,000

For more information, contact researchgrants@alserkalartsfoundation.ae or click here.

Museum 2050 x He Art Museum: Annual Symposium
Call for Papers

Shunde, China

Deadline: February 7, 2020

For the third iteration of Museum 2050’s annual symposium “Cultural Alliances: The Imperatives and Challenges of Collaboration,” the platform looks to explore the concept of collaboration, both in its proliferation in recent partnerships amongst museums, particularly in China, and as a centerpiece of creative production. We will be heading to He Art Museum in Shunde, Guangdong, from May 15-17, 2020 to ask the fundamental question: why collaborate? What is the purpose of these cultural alliances? Whether they are between distinct institutions, artists, professionals, spaces or disciplines, what is gained when we collaborate? What is lost? How can we best foster collaboration?

This year, Museum 2050 seeks to broaden the discussion beyond the realm of the Chinese context in order to investigate why museums make the decision to go beyond their walls to forge partnerships, both with other actors in the arts and those in other fields.

For more information click here or email contact@museum2050.com.

Fund for Korean Art Abroad

Deadline: February 25, 2020

The Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism of Korea and the Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS) awards grants, through the Fund for Korean Art Abroad, to international art institutions that organize exhibitions and projects outside Korea, for which Korean artists are invited to participate. By offering financial support to international art institutions, KAMS provides opportunities for promising Korean artists to penetrate the international art market and strengthen their network within the global art community.

For more information about elibility and conditions, and application forms, click here.


Odunpazarı Modern Museum’s Residency Program


Deadline: January 30, 2020.

The OMM Residency Program will run from March 30 – June 15, 2020. Applicants’ portfolios will be evaluated by a committee of art professionals.

The program is open to international artists from a wide variety of disciplines including painting, sculpture, performance, installation, moving image, print, photography, film, audio, new media, research-based practice and graphic design. Collectives of three people or less may apply to the program as a single candidate.

For complete details and more information, click here.

Center for Contemporary Art (CCA) Kitakyushu Fellowship Program 2020–21


Deadline: March 27, 2020.

The CAA Fellowship Program will run from September 2020 to the end of March 2021. A scholarship and one return transportation fare according to CCA terms will be offered. Applicants’ portfolios will be evaluated by the CCA International Committee.

The program is open to young artists and researchers who are engaged in art, curatorial work, design and architecture. Fellows are expected to further develop their research and studies during their stay, and are required to present the results of their project as report or exhibition at the end of the program.

For complete details and more information, click here.

Job Listings

Curator of Design and Architecture; Curator of Learning and Engagement; Exhibition Manager; Associate Curator of Hong Kong Visual Culture; Librarian; Graphic Designer,

M+ Museum of Visual Culture

Hong Kong

Deadline: December 31, 2019

West Kowloon Cultural District a prime local and international destination for arts, culture and entertainment. We strive to recruit, engage and retain a highly skilled and quality team. We operate an equal opportunities policy and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds

For a complete list of job openings at M+, click here.

Development Assistant

Asia Art Archive

Hong Kong

Deadline: apply now

Asia Art Archive (AAA) is seeking a candidate as development assistant interested in the operations and administration of a non-profit arts organization. The role requires participation in the planning and execution of patron events and engagement activities, fundraising, and new initiatives that will launch in 2020. The job involves a number of administrative support tasks, and with more experience at AAA, will include directly managing events and projects for AAA’s community of patrons.

For more information and submission guidelines, click here.

Archive Assistant

Asia Art Archive

Hong Kong

Deadline: apply now

Asia Art Archive (AAA) is seeking a candidate as archive assistant on a one year fixed term appointment to assist with the digitization, arrangement and description of parts of the Ha Bik Chuen Archive. A Hong Kong-based artist primarily known as a sculptor and printmaker, Ha Bik Chuen (1925–2009) also had parallel practices: from photographing exhibitions he attended, to collecting materials such as illustrated magazines and artist portraits, and using these to construct book collages. AAA began an initial pilot project to map, assess, and selectively digitize Ha’s archive by invitation of the Ha family in 2013. During the final phase of the project AAA aims to digitize and make available parts of the collection for research.

For more information and submission guidelines, click here.

Education and Public Programs Curator

Tai Kwun Contemporary

Hong Kong

Deadline: apply now

– Provide leadership, guidance and management oversight of Tai Kwun Contemporary’s educational programmes, including the development of innovative programmes for diverse audiences

– Create and deliver high-quality educational initiatives making contemporary art meaningful to visitors

– Develop and execute a long-term strategy engaging tertiary institutions and the public, enhancing youth outreach

For full job requirements and information on how to apply, click here.


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