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Red Gate Gallery Beijing seeks Residency Program Coordinator (China)

Red Gate Residency Program Coordinator.

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Coordinator will report to Program Director. Staff includes the Studio facility manager and the cleaner. The Coordinator will split his/her time between the gallery office and the studios/apartments. The Coordinator can dictate his/her time based on the program schedule.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES: Act as primary point of contact for residency inquiries ; Assist in processing applications and scheduling arrivals, departures, and changeovers ; Assist in organising orientations, studio/exhibition visits, open studio events, etc ; Develop and maintain residency archives ; Assist in routine operations and other special projects of Red Gate Gallery ; Maintain residency social media and web presence [weibo, facebook, twitter].

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please send a CV (English and Chinese) and motivation letter to

The Delfina foundation (United Kingdom) is hiring a new curator

As part of its expansion plans, Delfina Foundation is inviting applications for a new curatorial position to oversee their residency and public programmes.

Principal responsibilities:

To work with the Director and the team to facilitate and deliver the overall vision of Delfina Foundation, taking lead in curatorial research, development and delivery of the residency and public programme;
To oversee and manage selection processes;
To provide curatorial and professional development support, and practical guidance, to residents;
To plan and oversee the delivery of the public programme with colleagues, devising programmes in collaboration and in response to residents and partners;
To write and edit exhibition, web and other related texts, including proposals;
To manage relevant budgets and support fundraising efforts
Deadline for applications:1 October.

Find all the details online.

The Agency for Cultural Affairs City of Oslo (Norway) is hiring two curators

The curators will work in a team to design an artistic concept, goals, initiatives and strategies, and put together measures to facilitate collaboration between the many established contributors in this field. The curators will be also asked to plan and arrange a seminar with relevant input that will also lead to a written report.

The Oslo Biennial of Public Art will be inviting leading and new artists to produce and present permanent and temporary works of art and long-term projects in Oslo’s urban space.

A research programme with on-going discussions and conferences must be part of the concept, together with a more detailed programme during the biennial.

Applicants must have a tertiary degree in art education, documented experience from similar work and a broad national and international network in the art world. The curators will either be hired on an hourly basis, or have a set budget.

Application credentials
Please submit:
–Letter of motivation (1 page)
–Documentation of your previous work

Important: The application credentials have to be complete. If one of the above listed documents is missing, the application will be invalid.

Deadline for applications: 1 October.

Label the application Curatorteam

Your application must be submitted per e-mail to: postmottak (a)

or send it to:
Postboks 1453 Vika
0116 Oslo

For more information contact Lise Mjøs, Head of Department: T +47 95 78 91 13, or the Head of City Art Collection, Else Haavik: T + 47 98 20 88 53.

This information came via the Biennale Foundation.

BOZAR is looking for an International Policy Officer (Brussels, Belgium)

The Policy Officer at Bozar, Brussels will draft, manage and update international papers within the Federal & European Artistic Policy department. He/she will also support the Deputy Artistic Director, head of the department, and help coworkers in the implementation of various artistic projects.

Main responsibilities:

Within the scope of developing various projects of the “Palais des Beaux-Arts” you create and actively manage a diplomatic network of Belgian and International representatives
You help create country-specific guides relevant with ongoing and future projects.
You book, organize and manage the CEO/ Artistic Director prospecting
You draft the texts regarding ongoing and future projects and contribute to the development of our funding strategy.
Deadline for applciation: 7 October.

Find all the details (In French) online. : Call for freelance positions is looking for an Editor, a Film Editor, a Technical Coordinator, and a Social Media Expert!

For more details on the freelance positions, check the following links:


Film Editor:

Technical Coordinator:

Social Media Expert:

Deadline for applications: 18 October.

First job abroad? MCZ in cooperation with EURES may help you! (for Europe based young people)

If you are unemployed, under 30 years of age and you have found a job vacancy of at least 4 months abroad, you can apply to receive a grant of 2,500 euro.

You can use it to pay trips, rents, room and board, language courses, or everyhing else you will need to easily face your first job experience abroad.

This is a social responsibility project managed by a private Italian company, MCZ Group, and supported by EURES, the EU Commission Service for professional mobility.

You can apply if:

you have already a job contract or a letter of intent of an employer placed in a European or not-European country which is different from your home country;
this is your first job experience abroad;
you are less than 30 years of age when applying;
you live in one of the 28 EU Member States or in Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein or Switzerland;
you are unemployed.

Deadline for applications: 31 October.

Find all the details online.

The University of California, San Diego (USA) is looking for a Film and Media Historian/Theorist

The Department seeks a film and media historian or theorist. All research specializations will be considered but we particularly welcome a demonstrated interest in the relation of film and media to other art practices of the 20th and 21st centuries, and/or an engagement with the contemporary new media landscape.

The candidate will be responsible for developing and teaching large undergraduate lecture courses on the history of film and media, undergraduate classes for majors in art history and media studies, and graduate seminars for an innovative Ph.D program in art history which includes a concentration in art practice and also enrolls MFA students in its courses. Faculty in all areas of our department are expected to serve both the MFA and Ph.D programs by giving critiques, supervising independent studies, and serving on graduate committees. The department offers B.A., M.F.A., and Ph.D degrees. Teaching at both undergraduate and graduate levels is expected. Candidate should have a record of excellence in research and teaching. Ph.D. (or close to completion) required.

We seek candidates whose research, teaching, or service have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and inclusion in higher education. Applicants are asked to summarize their past or potential contributions to diversity in their personal statement. Contributions might include such items as providing leadership in teaching, mentoring, research or service towards building an equitable and diverse scholarly environment and/or increasing access or participation of individuals from historically underrepresented groups.

Rank and salary commensurate with qualifications and experience based on UC pay scales.

Deadline for applications: 1 November.

Find all the details online.