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a.pass is looking for program coordinator (50 percent)
23rd of January 2013
start: 1st of May 2013
31st of January and 1st of February 2013
1 program coordinator (50 percent)
Start: 1st of May 2013
The program coordinator works closely together with the research coordinator and the rest of the team.
The program coordinator:
recruits, selects, mentors and supports the artistic researchers of the post-master program throughout their trajectory, and translates the pedagogical concept of a.pass into a practice-based research program, in constant dialogue with the research coordinator (and in some cases in collaboration with other educational and/or artistic organizations).
organizes the curriculum of the artistic research environment, and engages mentors, guest teachers and jury members, in dialogue with the research developed in the research center and the PhD environment.
organizes together with the research coordinator the curriculum for the PhD researchers
is an important dialogue partner in the contacts with the Board of Directors
is, together with the research coordinator, end responsible for the daily workings of a.pass: human resources, communication, administration and finances, logistics and facilities and strategic development.
The program coordinator needs excellent language skills (english) and preferably has notions of dutch and/or french. We expect the program coordinator to be experienced in artistic research and to pursue an individual research trajectory throughout their work in a.pass, that can be developed into workshops, conferences, publications etc...
Application deadline: 23rd of January 2013
Please send a CV and a letter of motivation, accompanied by a relevant portfolio to email@example.com
Selections will be organized in our studio's in Brussels (de Bottelarij, Delaunoystraat 58-60, 1180 Molenbeek) on 31 January and 1 February 2013.
a.pass is an artistic research environment that develops research on performativity and scenography, in an international artistic and educational context.
a.pass offers a one-year artistic research training program at post-master level for artists and theoreticians, based on the principles of self-organization, collaboration and transdisciplinarity. a.pass participants develop an independent artistic research project, with a personalized curriculum in a shared and collectively created research environment.
The a.pass artistic research center develops, documents and archives tools for qualitative and relevant artistic research practices. The research center uses this growing archive to communicate and interact with the artistic and educational field and functions as a forum for the development of a critical approach on artistic research. a.pass emphasizes the relation between the research practices and a broader societal field, and encourages engaged transdisciplinary practices.
In the context of its artistic research center, a.pass offers a tailor-made PhD trajectory for doctoral students that gives the possibility to develop the practice-based part of their PhD research in a collective research environment.