Vacancies

International applicants welcome.
Modest internship fee available.
Ideally applicants live locally ( max. one hour travel ) or are prepared to move to Tilburg for the duration of the agreement.

Current opportunities:

Intern
Assistant to the coordinator

Work-learn trajectory
Assistant curator


Volunteers

Always welcome to apply

The best fit?

SEA Foundation works on a regular basis with interns and recent graduates who would like to gain more experience in organising contemporary art related events like exhibitions, screenings, talks, workshops or reading groups amongst others. On offer is an opportunity for gaining hands-on experience in multi function organization. We are looking for candidates who, in addition, are interested in sustainability from angles such as ecology, earth and climate related issues, geopolitics, societal change, decolonisation or feminism.

Essential to interning and working at SEA Foundation is a quick mind, and a positive outlook on life. We also welcome dedication, responsibility and flexibility. We envisage that you study at an Art School (any discipline) or at a university, BA or MA level, on subjects like history of art, media and culture or an art-related subject like philosophy and culture studies.

We are looking for:
Essential to the internship is a positive attitude and outlook on life and flexibility. You study at an Art School (any discipline) or at a university, BA or MA level, on subjects like history of art, media and culture or an art-related subject like philosophy.

Apply
Prepare a motivation letter, add your CV and send your application for an internship to info@seafoundation.eu

Volunteers

Hours by agreement from 4 – 16 hours per week. We are looking for volunteers who live locally and who would like to lend us a hand with office management, IT, communication, photography, woodworking, gardening, cooking or housekeeping. Contact us by phone. Alternatively, write a motivation letter, add your CV and send your application to info@seafoundation.eu

Alternatively give us a call on the landline to discuss the possibilities in a more direct approach +31(0)135444495

Discover

Iwona Rozbiewska | The Tales That Follow
Exhibition
14.12.2018 – 08.02.2019
Polish artist Iwona Rozbiewska (1980) shows a newly produced sculpture and an in-situ installation created during her residency at SEA Foundation. Curated by Marijn Dekker
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Group Exhibition | My Mother’s Daughter
Group Exhibition
29.01 – 16.04.2021
In the group exhibition ‘My Mother’s Daughter’, several artists show what a mother means to them, from the birth of the child to the death of the mother.
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Studio Encounter Eva Hoonhout | By Fay van Blitterswijk
Studio visit
09.07.2021
Assistant curator Fay van Blitterswijk met with Dutch artist Eva Hoonhout at her studio in Tilburg.
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