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S.E.A. Focus Internship

S.E.A. Focus: 16—19 January 2020
Location: Gillman Barracks, Singapore

S.E.A. Focus is a showcase of contemporary art from Southeast Asia. It aims to bring together a curated selection of some of the finest artists and galleries from across the region to foster a deeper appreciation of contemporary art and artists in Southeast Asia. A meeting point for artistic vision and vigour, S.E.A. Focus provides a platform to propel diverse cultural exchanges which celebrate, promote and provoke dialogue about Southeast Asian art.

Returning to Gillman Barracks visual arts precinct in Singapore in 2020, S.E.A. Focus will host 20 galleries and over 35 artists connected to the Southeast Asian region. S.E.A. Focus is an initiative led by STPI – Creative Workshop & Gallery, supported by the National Arts Council, Singapore.

We are looking for interns to work with a dynamic team solely for S.E.A. Focus. The role is varied and exciting, providing valuable experience for anyone interested in gaining experience in creative events and the contemporary art world. The internship period will be from 15 Dec 2019 – 30 January 2020. For interested applicants, please email your Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter to .

General Requirements:
– Student or recent graduate.
– Must be at least 18 years and above.
– Internship programmes are only open to Singaporeans and Permanent Residents. Students who are on student visas and are currently studying at local institutions may apply.
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint.
Excellent and responsible team player who enjoys new challenges.
Able to intern from 15 December 2019 to 30 January 2020.

Scope of work:
1. Project Management
This role entails being on-site for installation, during show hours and deinstallation. You will work closely with our Project Team in providing logistical and administrative support to ensure smooth running of the event. This will include daily briefing and debriefing with volunteers, assisting logistical support for partners, setting up of talks and events, ticketing and administration. You may also be required to fulfill other ad hoc tasks as needs arise. As this is a highly kinetic environment, flexibility is a must. Requirements include:
– Possess good verbal and written communication.
– Is responsible, has good time management and a good team player.
– Eagerness to assist in ad-hoc tasks.
– Ability to problem-solve and obtain positive outcomes under pressure.
– Able to work independently on tasks assigned; the ability to multitask is essential.
– Ability to deal with partners, galleries and the public in a pleasant and professional manner at all times.
– Willingness to work as a member of a small but dedicated team.
– Has knowledge / interest in contemporary art is not a must, but a good to have.


2. Communications
– To provide on-ground support between S.E.A Focus and STPI for basic photography & videography with mobile phone and DSLR.
– To support the team in public relations and press liaison.
– To assist in gathering feedback from various stakeholders and visitors of S.E.A. Focus.
– To assist in logistical preparation of S.E.A. Focus.
– To assist in copy checking catalogue content, public talks, VIP Programmes, speakers, bios, etc.


3. Registrar
– To assist the Registrars with artwork movement and inventory, as well as the condition reporting and packing/unpacking of art objects
– To assist the Registrars with S.E.A. Focus preparation, including but not restricted to artwork installation, artwork labels preparation etc.
– Interns will be trained to use the gallery’s artwork management database, The FileMaker Pro, for the purposes of generating reports, and possible data entry
– Interns may have the opportunity to work on artwork storage and cataloguing projects


STPI Internship

STPI offers two types of internship programmes: Gallery and Creative Workshop. The internship programme is open to all; from tertiary students looking to do an internship with an arts organisation as part of their course curriculum to individuals considering a career in the arts field.

The Internship Programme aims to cultivate and grow the next generation of art practitioners by providing opportunities for current and post-graduate students to understand and explore the various facets. From collaborations with esteemed and established local & international artists under the mentorship of STPI’s team of professional print and papermakers to experiencing gallery programming, operations and management through assisting gallery staff from various departments – interns will on the different roles and tasks assigned.

Internship Programme priority will be given to students as STPI works closely with schools as an internship provider to host students from various tertiary institutions such as Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore, Singapore Management University and National Technological University.


General Internship Period

January – April/May
(Please submit your application by Mid-November)

May/June – August
(Please submit your application by Mid-March)

August/September – October/November
(Please submit your application by Mid-June)

November – December/January
(Please submit your application by Mid-September)


General Requirements

– Interested applicants must be at least 18 years and above.
– Internship programmes are only open to Singaporeans and Permanent Residents. Students who are on student visas and is currently studying at local institutions may apply.
– Only full-time positions are offered for both gallery and workshop internship / volunteering.
– A minimum commitment period of is required based on the type of internship.
– Interviews with be conducted with selected candidates; candidates to bring along necessary certifications, CVs & portfolio of works (only for workshop; preferably prints).

Sign up as Docent

Friends of the Museums (FOM) are a volunteer, non-profit society devoted to offering guiding services to Singapore’s museums and cultural institutions. STPI partners with FOM to provide a training programme for docents to guide public tours and school tours to primary, secondary and tertiary students.

Guiding at STPI is a unique experience. Unlike Singapore’s heritage museums, there is no permanent collection; instead docents typically guide five or six new exhibitions per year to the public. The tours aim to develop visitor understanding of print and paper techniques used in creating the artworks and also include a visit to the workshop where visitors can see first-hand the presses, artists, print and papermakers at work.

As a docent at STPI, you will work with STPI’s Education and Outreach team, benefit from practical workshop experiences from STPI’s own print and papermakers, gain insight into the works shown by attending gallery walkthroughs and talks with the artists-in-residence and have opportunities to explore other visual art institutions and galleries in Singapore.

Become part of an extraordinary team of docents who are passionate about STPI, contemporary art, print and paper. The next STPI Docent Training will be conducted in September 2019. To apply, please contact us at click here for more information about Friends of the Museum Docent Training.

Creative Workshop Internship

STPI’s Creative Workshop Internship Programme provides a unique opportunity for individuals to work in a professional workshop equipped with a paper mill and printmaking facilities. Workshop interns will be involved in the collaboration and creation of artworks for STPI’s artist residency projects under the tutelage of STPI’s professional and highly dedicated team of print and papermakers.


Creative Workshop Internship Requirements

  • Workshop internships will require at least a 4-week commitment period.
  • Interest applicants over 18 years old are eligible to apply.
  • Internship programmes are only open to Singaporeans and Permanent Residents. Foreigners with Work Holiday pass or with student visas, and are current studying at local institutions may apply.
  • Due to the physical nature of the work, candidates must be fit and capable of standing for long hours. You may be required to do some heavy weightlifting.
  • Attention to detail; good hand/eye coordination
  • A responsible team player
  • Please indicate the internship season you are applying for and the duration of your internship. Proposed dates will be subject to approval.
  • STPI reserves the right to reject any incomplete application. Please provide us with full documentation as required.

How to Apply

Please submit the following materials:
1) Completed application form (Click to Download)
2) Curriculum vitae
3) Letter of recommendation, from an academic or professional referee
4) Academic transcripts


Selection Process
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. Successful candidates will be notified within 30 days after the interview.


Missed the Internship Application Date?
You may still send us your internship application & necessary stated documents. Your application may be considered depending on availability of internship / volunteer positions.


Please email your application to: 
Ms. Aderyl Tan
STPI – Creative Workshop & Gallery
41 Robertson Quay
Singapore 238236