Asia Art Archive (AAA) is an independent non-profit organisation with a leading collection of material around recent art in Asia. It is a definitive resource for the development of contemporary art education in Hong Kong and beyond. Working closely with teachers, pre-service teachers, and artist-educators, AAA Learning & Participation (L&P) strives to be a thought leader in shaping the role of art and education in the twenty-first century. Through education programmes and online resources, we contribute to a more generous art history by expanding what is taught in classrooms, and actively responding to the learning needs in the contemporary world.
We are seeking a passionate professional who believes in the role of art in education. The individual will work closely with the Head of Learning & Participation to coordinate educational programmes, cultivate a community of educators, as well as develop content for online educational resources that relate to AAA’s content priorities and collections.
This is an exciting opportunity to develop solid art programming and audience engagement experience within a dynamic organisation at the centre of the region’s contemporary art scene.
- Overseeing and conducting customised school tours around AAA’s collections
- Coordinating educational programmes that support the professional development of teachers, pre-service teachers, and artist-educators
- Developing online educational resources, creating and commissioning bilingual (Chinese & English) content, and expanding their impact through networking with like-minded resources and platforms
- Overseeing and coordinating the internship programmes
- Building partnerships and maintaining ongoing relationships with the local art and educational community
- Administrative support to the Head of Learning & Participation
The ideal candidate should be an outgoing, dynamic, and organised team player who is able to work well individually. They should possess:
- A degree in art history, fine arts, art education, cultural studies, or other related disciplines
- Proven skills developed through 3–4 years in a relevant position in the art/education field, ideally involving educational resource development and programme management
- Curiosity and genuine interest in contemporary art and culture
- Motivated, organised, and detail-oriented, with the ability to multitask
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including public speaking
- Fluency in spoken and written English and Chinese (Cantonese & Mandarin)
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office
- Knowledge of social media, Photoshop, and basic video editing is an advantage
- Experience teaching / presenting in an informal educational setting is desirable
- Flexibility: some programmes are held on weekends
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume with expected salary to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purposes only.