Opportunities at SEA Foundation


Opportunities at SEA Foundation

skype meeting Riet, Michaela, Nadine and Lotte 2020
During lockdown zoom meeting SEA Foundation team members: Riet, Michaela, Nadine and Lieselotte
March 2020

at SEA Foundation


Check this page for a vacancy or
an opportunity at SEA foundation
that could suit your needs.






Emerging curator

From September 2021
Learn/work trajectory
Duration: 8 – 16 months

Do you feel an urgency to gain experience and further develop your practice as a contemporary art curator? This is your chance! We have an opening for an assistant curator as of 01.09.2021 for 24/28 hours per week (starting earlier is possible). This learning by doing position is aimed at gaining practical experience in writing, researching, studio visits, care and organising, exhibition-making, and the day to day running of an art organisation.


  • writing texts, like exhibitions texts, concepts, essays and critiques
  • provide artists with curatorial support
  • conduct research and studio visits
  • excellent time planning and organizing skills
  • fundraising and administration
  • day-to day running of an art organization


  • passion for contemporary art,
  • team player and a quick mind,
  • good reflective and networking skills
  • excellent writing skills in Dutch and English
  • university graduate, art history, culture and media or curatorial studies or similar
  • skills in Photoshop, InDesign, Lightroom or WordPress,
  • must bring your own laptop

A positive attitude, strong work ethics, punctuality, care and organizational skills are essential to the position. We offer a learn-work trajectory including mentoring. We offer also a monthly tax free fee plus an off peak train travel card and cost reimbursement. Interested? Write a motivation letter and add your CV. Send your application to info@seafoundation.eu. Please note, the successful applicant is asked to prepare, write and talk about his/her development trajectory and goals


From January 2022
Duration: Minimum 8 weeks maximum of 5 months

This is a great opportunity for someone interested in gaining arts administration experience in a fast-paced, hands-on environment. Successful applicants will have a strong interest in contemporary art. This is an unpaid internship.


  • provide support in every aspect of the organisation’s operations
  • interact with artists, visitors and the public at the exhibitions space and via email
  • update website, manage social media accounts and online art portals
  • assist in research
  • database maintenance
  • image and press archiving
  • help with sponsoring and fundraising
  • help with opening receptions and special events


  • Excellent writing skills in English,
  • professional demeanor, punctually, and ability to multitask,
  • excellent computer skills and cloud based working
  • working knowledge of Photoshop, InDesign, Lightroom and WordPress,
  • must bring in your own laptop

Interns will also help with openings, special events and day to day running
Essential to the position are a positive attitude and outlook, strong work ethics and good organizational skills are essential to the position.

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

International interns welcome.


Duration: By agreement
We are looking for volunteers who live locally and who have skills like secretarial skills, IT, communication, photography, woodworking, gardening, housekeeping. Contact us by phone. Alternatively, write a motivation letter, add your CV and send your application to info@seafoundation.eu