Assistant Curator

Assistant Curator in European art-science program in Berlin

ASN is seeking a highly motivated Assistant Curator, with PhD and  experience in art and science, and with strong IT skills:

Profile: Freelancer with

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills,
  • Curatorial education (with PhD is an advantage),
  • Curatorial experience of at least two years in art / science synergy,
  • Talent for organizing, presenting, and communicating messages effectively through design,
  • Excellent project management and organizational skills,
  • Knowledge of fund-raising for cultural projects,
  • Good team working skills, particularly with artists and scientists,
  • Excellent research and IT skills,

Job Description:

  • Assisting the Board of Management and the Curator
  • Fund-raising researches & applications for ASN projects
  • Developing and implementing PR & communication
  • Organizing and managing projects (events, -exhibitions, -workshops, -discussions, etc.)
  • Developing ASN ambitions, objectives, and needs
  • Supporting and assisting ASN and project’s stakeholders (especially volunteers, artists, and scientists)
  • Developing and sustaining communication and PR strategies defined by ASN management
  • Writing communications (press releases, etc.)
  • Maintaining and committing media, institutions, and companies

We offer:

  • An international and exciting working environment
  • Multidisciplinary working fields in ASN’s projects
  • Long-term visions
  • Knowledge sharing
  • At least one year freelance contract with possibility of 3 years extension

We ask:

  • High university education or equivalent (with PhD is mandatory)
  • Communication skills
  • Deep commitment to ASN ambitions and objectives
  • Strong motivation for connecting the worlds of art and science
  • Long and well-recognized experience in Art & Science is an advantage
  • Excellent English (native speaker is an advantage) and Polish, German appreciated

Thank you for sending your application with full CV and Motivation Letter to:

Call closing: 30.06.2024


Erasmus Internship

Erasmus Internship (including Erasmus Mundus, Plus & “Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs”):

Art & Science Node based in Berlin is looking for a highly talented Artist, Designer Programmer and/or Developer to join us in the construction of non-commercial augmented reality platform (AR Application and interactive website) for an immersive, digital experience of artworks and future AR artistic projects. The accepted candidate will be working together with the interdisciplinary, science and art team of ASN.

The ideal candidate should have:

  • expertise in augmented reality apps development
  • expertise in programming with major technologies used by iOS & Android app developers
  • experience in developing AR/VR applications; Unreal Engine experience appreciated
  • experience creating applications from story boarding through completion
  • experience with 3D modeling and animation – creating and modifying 3D assets making them AR/ interactive implementation ready
  • good design and layouting skills
  • experience working with end users and onboarding new users (i.e. artists who will implement their work onto the developed platform)

Our expectations:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Design or a similar degree or comparable experience
  • Excellent English; German and/or Polish is appreciated
  • Strong motivation for connecting the worlds of art and science
  • Deep commitment to ASN ambitions and objectives

Main tasks:

  • You will be responsible for AR/VR App and interactive web experience creation
  • You will be working as part of international, interdisciplinary team working on art experience based on scientific discoveries and innovations
  • You will be advising, guiding and assisting the team in technical aspects of platform development
  • You will be managing the developed interactive website – monitoring performance, implementing updates and upgrades in a timely manner
    You will be maintaining IT of the developed platforms

We are offering:

  • International, positively challenging working environment, combining artistic and scientific milieus
  • Multidisciplinary working fields
  • Knowledge sharing
  • after internship the possibility of the honorary for task-specific contract 

Thank you for sending your application with full CV and Motivation Letter to:

Closing date: 30.06.2024


Permanent opportunities


At ASN, volunteers are a core part of our team, and come from many different backgrounds, with different skill sets and interests. We are always open to hearing from potential new volunteers with an interest in art and science. We choose our volunteers by matching our current needs with the interests and skills of applicants. Interested applicants should submit a letter of motivation and current CV to, with the subject “Volunteer Application.”

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Internship: Erasmus +

We are also happy to welcome students (Physics, Math, Informatics, Electronic, CT, IT, Developer, Programmer, GraphicDesign, etc…),  with interests or skills in art and science as part of an internship or Praktikum program with your university, or within a program such as Erasmus (+). Interested candidates should have the details clearly resolved with your institution or program before contacting ASN. Applicants should submit a letter of motivation, current CV, and a letter explaining the details of your internship or Praktikum program to, with the subject “Internship Application.”

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Art Residency

We currently have a residency (in France, Germany) opportunity for a graphic designer / animator or media artist, with skills in 3D platforms and/or interactive VR, AR (augmented reality), and other interactive tools. Interested candidates should contact us with a CV and work samples for more information on this opportunity at, with the subject “Residency Opportunity.”

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Multidisciplinary Collaboration

We are always looking for new collaborators or partners with a commitment to excellence and innovation in art and science. We are happy to hear from any of the following, to discuss how we might work together in the future:

  • Other art/science organizations
  • Informal associations or groups
  • IT or other private sector companies
  • Individual artists, scientists, humanists, and researchers in any academic discipline
  • Potential supporters with visions or resources to promote art and science

Interested parties should contact us with a letter of motivation describing your ideas for collaboration at, with the subject “Multidisciplinary Collaboration.”

The opportunities listed here are open until further notice. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or requests for further information