About Hong Kong Open Printshop
Founded in 2000, Hong Kong Open Printshop (HKOP) is Hong Kong’s first non-profit open printshop run by artists. In 2012, Hong Kong Open Printshop registered as a charitable organisation. Our main aim is to promote visual art with an emphasis on image making and give back to the community by providing art programmes that people of all ages and from all walks of life can enjoy.
In 2022, Hong Kong Open Press was established by HKOP with a vision to preserve and promote the significant history of Hong Kong's letterpress printing industry. Its mission includes inheriting Chinese movable type and letterpress techniques while revitalizing this traditional craft through contemporary interpretations.
Assist the Curator and manager to coordinate exhibitions and educational programmes
Assist in daily operation of an arts space
Assist in taking and checking inventory, stocking supplies and preparing reports
Hong Kong permanent resident and aged 18 or above.
Graduates of a tertiary institute in the last 3 years, majoring in Fine Art, Design, cultural studies or related disciplines.
A good team player, able to work under pressure and work independently.
Fluent in spoken Cantonese, good Chinese and English writing skills (ability to speak Mandarin preferred).
Knowledge of computer applications, including MS Office and Chinese word processing. Knowledge of Adobe software and video editing is a plus.
With an understanding and hands-on experience in graphic art preferred.
Occasional shift duty is required.
Immediate availability is preferred.
Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Interested parties, please email a cover letter and full resume with current salary, expected salary and availability to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Application of Programme Officer”
Closing date: 19:00, 29 Feb 2024
Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview.
The HKOP reserves the right not to make an appointment for the post advertised, and the appointment will be made according to the terms and conditions then applicable at the time of offer.
Applicants not being invited for an interview within 8 weeks from the application deadline may assume their applications are unsuccessful. All personal data collected will be kept strictly confidential for 12 months and data will only be used for recruitment purposes.
The Arts Administration Internship Scheme is supported by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.