Curator (Antiquities / Digital Interpretation / History and Heritage / Painting and Calligraphy / Visual Culture)
(Candidate with less experience may be considered for the post of Associate Curator or Assistant Curator)
The Hong Kong Palace Museum (HKPM) is a dedicated museum that showcases the exquisite artefacts from Palace Museum’s collections and collaborates with other museums in research, exhibitions, education and public programmes. The museum comprises 7 600 square metres of gallery space for standing and special exhibitions on Palace Museum’s collections of paintings, calligraphy, antiquities and historical objects, as well as thematic displays on world cultures and civilisations. With the construction work in full swing for completion in 2022, the HKPM is seeking Curators of different disciplines who will assume a supervisory role in overseeing the management and organisation of exhibitions at the future exhibition galleries.
We are establishing teams of experienced curators with specialties in i) Antiquities ii) Digital Interpretation iii) History and Heritage iv) Painting and Calligraphy and v) Visual Culture to join HKPM. Reporting to the Head Curator, each Curator will supervise a team of curatorial staff and take the lead in formulation of interpretation plans for future standing or special exhibitions, as well as assist the Head Curator to draw up relevant curatorial policies and strategic plans on exhibitions in support of the HKPM’s institutional goals.
You will be responsible for:
Curator who is specialising in Digital Interpretation, you will be additionally responsible for:
You may refer to specific job requirement(s) of respective specialisation as below:
Curator who is specialised in Digital Interpretation, you should:
Curator who is specialised in Visual Culture, you should:
For interested parties, please submit your application with detailed CV and cover letter on or before 22 September 2019. Applicants are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible. The review of applications will continue until post is filled.
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For more information
http://www.westkowloon.hk or contact
Ms. Linda Hung at 2200-5481
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