Application Deadline: Ongoing

Duration (part time/full time): Full Time / Part Time

Location: Remote (anywhere in India)

Experience: 2-3 years of minimum experience as a journalist

Educational qualifications: Preferably a degree in the arts or art history


Application Deadline: Ongoing

Duration (part time/full time): Full Time. 10-7pm. Two Saturdays are off in a month.

Start Date: Immediate

Job Description: Are you passionate about the arts, have excellent organizational skills and are an expert at multi-tasking? Then we want you to be part of our team! Space 118 is looking for a bright and enthusiastic candidate for the position of Program MANAGER.

Location: We’re looking for a Bombay-based candidate – the job can be managed online mostly, except for one or two days a month when you may be required to come to the office.

Salary: Negotiable depending on experience.

The following are specific duties of a program manager –

  • Responsible for aspects of research, inviting and coordinating residencies, exhibitions, workshops, artist lectures, performances and other special events.
  • Managing the day-to-day requirements of artists, closing formalities, Open Studio Days and inviting forthcoming artists for residencies. Liaise with artists, jury members and organizations represented in related programs.
  • Cataloging and documentation of Space118 collection and shows.
  • Writing press releases, reports for the media and cataloging purposes.
  • Handle all the social media and website related updation work.
  • Handling daily email correspondence with various parties responsibility.

Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree and 2- 3 years of work experience in programming or administrative positions preferably in the cultural sector.


  • Excellent written & verbal communication in English
  • Organizational and administrative skills
  • Competence in using MS Word/ Excel/ Powerpoint/Photoshop/ CorelDraw


Application Deadline: Ongoing

Duration (part time/full time): Full Time

Start Date: Immediate

Job Description:The unpaid internship will broadly cover administrative duties. Main tasks include:
– Assisting the Director and Events Coordinator in day-to-day activities
– Database management
– Calendar and event planning
– Cataloging the Space 118 library collection
– Facilitating workshops
– Social media

Qualifications: Minimum 12 +. Experience or knowledge about the art and cultural sector is preferred.

– Excellent written & verbal communication
– Organizational and administrative skills
– Competence in using MS Word/ Excel/Powerpoint. Competence in Photoshop, Illustrator and CorelDraw is a plus.
– Ability to work in a team

Please note that this is an unpaid internship but you will gain a lot of experience.