The Editorial Board for Intercurricular Programmes is looking for three new members (3 positions of 10 hours per month) from February 2023

Editorial Board

We are looking for:

1 bachelor student
1 master student
1 member of non-teaching staff / workshop specialist

The Editorial Board for Intercurricular Programmes is looking for three new members to join the board from February 2023 onwards. The Editorial Board is a working group realising one of the Quality Agreements: additional small-scale and intensive intercurricular educational programmes related to current themes and issues. Currently, Bread Oven, Crip the Curriculum, Material Monopolies and Motormond are being funded by the editorial board to develop educational platforms. Previous platforms include: The Garden Department, Writing Classes, Recipes for a Technological Undoing, aux) and the Embodied Knowledge Bureau. The Editorial Board supports and archives the research, knowledges and experiences generated by the platforms and shares them with the wider community at the academy. The board also works together on smaller projects related to art and design education, such as an essay series and a research group.

What will you do?

  • contribute to the further development of the Editorial Board and help it realize its goals. This will include: research on educational developments in academies of art and design; co-creating and producing public programmes such as symposia or lecture series, publications, poster campaigns and other visual communication; writing short texts on urgent topics; rethinking the future of art education
  • share your perspective on and ideas about education during the meetings and discussions of the Editorial Board, as well as with the wider academy
  • perform these tasks in a collective working structure


We are looking for members who:

  • have a strong interest in art education and educational innovation
  • have an interest in or experience with working in/with collectives
  • are currently studying or working at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie
  • are independent, development-oriented, critical and curious can connect theory to practice

What do we offer?

We offer 10 hours per month at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie from 1 February 2023 onwards. The appointment is for one year, after which an evaluation will take place. The position can be renewed for one time only. According to the Collective Labour Agreement for Higher Professional Education (CAO-HBO), the position is graded in scale 10.6. Student members will be compensated via the student scale. You will need to have a residence permit for the Netherlands.


Further information can be obtained from Rosie Haward. Contact via:

Diversity & Inclusion

The Gerrit Rietveld Academie strives for a broader representation of staff, students, partners and programmes that reflect the diversity of the city of Amsterdam. Anyone who thinks they can contribute to this is expressly invited to respond.

Job application

Send your C.V. and motivation letter to redactieraad@rietveldacademie.nl by Monday 23 January latest. Please indicate in your letter what you think is important about student-driven education and how you can contribute to this from within the editorial board. The application takes place via one round of interviews with members of the Editorial Board. Interviews will be scheduled on Monday 30th January, and Wednesday 1st February 2023.

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