Osage Art Foundation is seeking a Hong Kong Cultural History Researcher to investigate a range of issues concerned with art, new media and community in Hong Kong.
The successful candidate should have post graduate qualifications in cultural studies and interests in digital media and technology.
Fluent bilingual English and Cantonese.
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Osage Art Foundation
The Osage Art Foundation was established in 2004 with three main goals - Creative Communities, Cultural Cooperation and Creative Capacity and has since played an active role in developing education and training of young people, broadening cultural awareness and participation in artistic endeavors, nurturing creativity and critical thinking and fostering international cultural exchange. The Osage Art Foundation is now widely recognised by the local community and internationally as having initiated many pioneering projects of international calibre.
The current focus of the Osage Art Foundation is on developing deeper discourse in and around the arts in the wider community. We believe that research, analysis, examination and promulgation of issues pertaining to society, contemporary culture and value by artists, writers, critics, curators and commentators will build better understanding of regional perspectives throughout Asia and beyond.