Photo Courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
“Family Hour,” “SUNSHOWER,” 2017; Photo: Mikuriya Shinichiro; Photo Courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
“Tea Ceremony at Tai-an Tea House #1,” “Japan in Architecture: Genealogies of Its Transformation,” 2018; Photo: Tayama Tatsuyuki; Photo Courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
Symposium “Global Art and Diasporic Art in Japan and Asia” Day 1, June 26, 2015; Photo: Mikuriya Shinichiro; Photo Courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
Leandro Erlich, Building, 2004/2017 – Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017; Photo: Hasegawa Kenta; Courtesy: Galleria Continua; Photo Courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
Jompet Kuswidananto, Words and Possible Movement, 2013 – Installation view: “SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now,” Mori Art Museum, 2017; Photo: Kioku Keizo; Photo Courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) collaborates again with Japan’s Mori Art Museum to launch the “Professional Attachment at Mori Art Museum 2019”. Local potential and experienced arts practitioners and curators can further develop their professional skills and network through the Attachment.
A 24-week attachment on a full-time basis will be offered from July to December 2019 at Mori Art Museum. The selected applicant will mainly participate in curatorial research, exhibition programming and project coordination in the Mori Art Museum. The actual placement period will be finalised between the selected applicant and the Mori Art Museum. With the help of the Mori Art Museum, the selected applicant will also have the chance to visit other arts and cultural institutes in order to broaden his/her horizon. A bursary of HK$150,000 will be provided to the selected applicant as an allowance for a round trip air ticket, accommodation, transportation, subsistence during the placement period. Applicants must have at least 3 years of paid curatorial / managerial experience in arts and cultural sector.
The said Attachment is part of the Arts Administrators’ Training Programmes which are supported by the Home Affairs Bureau. The Programmes aim at supporting local arts practitioners with different degree of experience to receive professional training in order to nurture future arts and cultural professionals in Hong Kong and to meet the growing needs of arts talents.
How to apply:
Interested practitioners could refer to the application guidelines and form which are available on this webpage below or at the HKADC Administration Office (10/F, 1063 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong). Applications must be submitted and deposited in the collection box at the HKADC Administration Office by 6:00pm on 22 February 2019 (Friday) the latest. Applications submitted by post must be postmarked on or before the deadline. Late submission or submission by fax or email will not be processed.
For enquiries, please contact Ms Yeung of HKADC at 2820 1025 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about other training and scholarship schemes, please click here. For general enquiries, please contact 2827-8786.