National Gallery Singapore jobs
National Gallery Singapore aims to cultivate art appreciation, imagination and creativity in children through resources and programmes that provide families with opportunities to discover, learn about and enjoy art.
The Manager (Family Programmes) will take on the role of developing, implementing and managing a range of dynamic learning resources and programmes for families and children.
The manager will look to the Permanent Galleries, Special Exhibitions and Keppel Centre for Art Education as inspiration for the development of vibrant, creative and relevant resources and programmes to foster art appreciation, creativity and inter-generational experiences; and contribute to overall audience development and engagement at the Gallery.
The manager will work closely with the Deputy Director (Education) and the education team to understand, engage and grow family audiences. The manager must be able to work on weekends when programmes are delivered.
- Family resources and programmes at Keppel Centre for Art Education.
- Family resources and programmes for Permanent Galleries and Special Exhibitions.
- Tween and Teen resources and programmes.
- Digital resources and games for children.
- Parents Forum.
- Develop resources and programmes for families, children and youths; including art workshops, drop-in activities, storytelling sessions, trail maps and art carts.
- Work closely with internal and external stakeholders for content appropriateness and relevance, and programme implementation and delivery.
- Contribute to facilitator training and evaluation to ensure facilitator readiness, programme quality and visitor experience.
- Manage programme budget, payment schedules and procurement matters.
- Develop and manage surveys and outcome-measurement methods.
Other scopes typically include but are not limited to the following:
- Contribute to overall audience engagement and development at Gallery.
- Keep up to date with research and developments on art and museum education, with particular focus on children, parents and family strategies and approaches.
- Represent and develop collaborative and productive relationships with relevant partners and institutions.
- Bachelor’s Degree in art, art education, museum education or related fields of study.
- 3 - 5 years’ work experience in creative arts education and programming or related industry. Knowledge of current and best practices in related fields.
- Good communication/public speaking and written skills.
- Good project and budget management skills.
- Enjoys working with families, children and youths.
- Enjoys new challenges and working collaboratively across different divisions.
- Highly adaptable in cultivating internal and external stakeholder relationships and partnerships.
- Specialisation and relevant work experience in early childhood education will be advantageous.
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