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This page contains a listing of employment opportunities of interest to OAAG members. The information is updated daily. For more information about posted positions, please contact the host institution. If you would like to submit a posting to Jobline, please email the details of the position to firstname.lastname@example.org in a word document (.doc/.docx). Opportunities from OAAG Members: Administrative Assistant - Thames Art Gallery/ARTspace, Chatham-Kent Artist Instructor - Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa Assistant Curator - Drawings and Prints (Contract) - National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa Commercial Operations Manager - Museum of Contemporary Art Canada, Toronto Communications Officer, Part-time - Varley Art Gallery, Markham Coordinator, Facilities Rental & Sales - Ottawa Art Gallery Curator and Manager, Exhibitions and Collections - Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa Development Assistant, Corporate Partnerships - Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto Education Coordinator - Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery Executive Director - Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Kitchener-Waterloo Exhibition Coordinator - McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg Gallery Attendant - Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery Preparator Assistant - Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto Senior Curator, Art - Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA), Brampton Summer Camp Counsellor - Varley Art Gallery, Markham Summer Camp Supervisor - Varley Art Gallery, Markham TD Curator of Education & Outreach Fellowship - Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto Visitor Experience Manager - Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada Student Opportunities (including Young Canada Works) available at the following OAAG member institutions: Graduate Opportunities (including Young Canada Works Building Careers in Heritage) available at the following OAAG member institutions: Volunteer Opportunities are available at the following OAAG member institutions: Other Opportunities at Non-OAAG Member institutions and institutions across Canada: Call for Artists - Banting House, London ON Chief Digital Officer - Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), Toronto Community Outreach Coordinator - Toronto Arts Foundation, Toronto Curator - Islamic Art & Culture - Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), Toronto Curatorial Collections Assistant, Museum - Summer Student - Markham Museum Dean, Audain Faculty of Art - Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver BC Executive Director - ArtsBuild Ontario, Kitchener Manager of HR and Administration - OCAD Student Union, Toronto President & Vice-Chancellor - Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver BC For international employment opportunities, please visit the following websites: Do you know of a job site that OAAG should link to? Contact us! back to top -London-Call for ArtistsBanting House Application Deadline: Monday, February 19, 2018Date Posted: February 16, 2018 Banting House National Historic Site of Canada is requesting original works of art to be considered for inclusion in the tenth annual Banting & Friends art sale and fundraiser.
Banting & Friends commemorates the artistic legacy of Sir Frederick Banting, the co-discover of insulin, and brings together local artists, art lovers, friends of the museum, and supporters of Diabetes Canada. Banting & Friends X will take place on Thursday, June 21, 2018 from 5:30-8:30pm with a portion of the proceeds from the sale benefitting museum exhibitions and programs. All categories of art will be accepted for consideration including paintings, pottery, sculpture, mixed media, photography, textiles, and jewelry.
Guidelines For the purposes of this fundraiser, we accept all genres of original fine art. Applicants must be artists based in the London-Middlesex Region. Works must be prepared for hanging and must be in excellent condition. Submitted artworks must be priced accordingly. Half of all proceeds from the sales will help support the museum. Income tax receipts for 2018 will be issued. Selected artists will be allotted a display space within the event tent.
Tables and an easel will be provided. Selected artists are expected to be in attendance for the event and are responsible for setting up their display. Applicants who are not available on June 21st will not be considered. Application Requirements Please submit the following in an email to email@example.com by end of day on February 19, 2018: A short statement, including your contact details, a brief description of your work (100 words MAX), and a bio (100 words MAX) Three sample images of your artworks (image files attached as JPEGS and title according to your name, e.
g. janedoe1.jpg). An indication of the minimum and maximum prices for your works. We look forward to making the 10th anniversary of Banting & Friends an event to remember. Artists selected to participate will be notified by February 28, 2018. Thank you for your interest in participating in this fundraiser’s success. TO APPLY: Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, February 19, 2018. back to top -Toronto-Visitor Experience ManagerMuseum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada Application Deadline: February 23, 2018Date Posted: February 12, 2018 ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION: Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada is building a one-of-a-kind inclusive cultural catalyst.
More than just a new physical space, it will be a participatory vehicle where artists and audiences can step into a wider world of contemporary art, and be part of a global creative moment defined by new ideas and new forms. The expanded Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada will realize its vision through bold and innovative programming including three lead exhibitions per year, complementary activations, print and web publications and integrated educational opportunities such as workshops, talks, screenings and much more.
The evolution of the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada is made possible through a unique alliance with Castlepoint Greybrook Sterling Inc., public sector funders, private donors, members, sponsors and a network of cross-sectoral partners. JOB DESCRIPTION: The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada (MOCA) is in a defining phase of its evolution, as it moves into a landmark heritage building and advances 20 years of exhibiting, collecting and nurturing innovative contemporary art and cultural practices.
In spring 2018, MOCA will open its 55,000 square foot purpose-designed home in a former industrial space in Toronto’s Junction Triangle. POSITION SUMMARYClosing: February 23, 2018Effective: ImmediatelyEmployment Type: Full-time, salariedReporting to: Director of Finance & AdministrationLevel: ManagementThe Visitor Experience Manager will enhance the MOCA experience for all visitors at every touch point, ensuring that their first and last impressions are not only positive but exceed expectations.
They will build and maintain a commitment to excellent customer service in all areas of the museum. This newly created position will develop, oversee, and provide direction for the implementation of a coordinated museum-wide strategic plan for visitor services and operations. They will deliver comprehensive and accurate information and data, relating to all aspects of attendance and the visitor experience, on a regular and ongoing basis, as well as provide day-to-day leadership to a brand-new team of front-of-house staff and volunteers.
The incumbent will work with the senior management team to understand and develop commercial opportunities, and will oversee the development, execution and success of a venue rentals program.RESPONSIBILITIESVisitor Experience & Attendance: Deliver a positive museum visitor experience, by establishing institutional standards, staffing, and resources necessary to effectively serve visitors and improve visitor engagement.
Conduct research to enable MOCA to achieve the most innovative, 21st century best practices for customer service and provide recommendations for their implementation at MOCA. Achieve overall visitor satisfaction ratings, specifically in the areas of workforce helpfulness, visitor amenities and services, and the provision of a distinctive and compelling visitor experience and environment. Work strategically to better integrate programming opportunities and offerings into visitor orientation and experience.
Alongside the Director of Communications, deliver a strong and integrated visual identity within the public museum. Work with the relevant departments to ensure that interactions with artworks in the museum are staffed, managed, and communicated to the public effectively and safely. Produce and maintain regular sales and attendance reports which enable discussions on audience retention and growth.
Oversee the administration of all procedures and policies relating to visitor services. Staff Management & Museum Operations: Provide leadership to all visitor service staff, including front-of house, gallery attendants and volunteers, and establish standards and procedures for recruitment, onboarding and training. Inspire and train staff to achieve superior customer service standards and confidently communicate and engage with visitors at the museum.
Manage front-of-house operations and maintain responsibility for ticketing and point-of-sales systems as well as the closing of daily sales. Oversee the implementation and management of a volunteer program including recruitment, orientation and recognition. Identify opportunities for volunteer involvement at the museum.Participate in the establishment of a Health and Safety policy and program. Venue Rentals & Commercial Activities: Strategically manage select revenue generating activities at MOCA including admissions and venue rentals.
Oversee the venue rental program and manage staff who are actively soliciting and facilitating rentals at MOCA. Develop and execute all venue rental contracts. Collaborate with the senior leadership team to develop marketing strategies and plans for the promotion of museum facilities as venue rentals. Manage relationships with third party vendors providing retail operations and sublease tenants. REQUIREMENTS: Experience and Skills: Relevant post-secondary education, preferably in commerce, business or arts administration5+ years experience managing front-of-house operations, retail or other commercial activity, ideally in a museum or other public facing cultural institution Demonstrated experience running venue or commercial rentals, events and providing high quality customer service Highly organized with the ability to manage multiple activities at once in order to meet tight deadlines Strong interpersonal and management skills with the ability to manage and train a flexible team Demonstrated track record in hiring, motivating and developing effective teams Thorough knowledge of museums and contemporary culture and a keen cultural visitor Experience managing budgets of $100K+ and generating financial reports Experience in sales and cash handling with knowledge of point-of-sales systems Advanced Microsoft Office skills, experience with Tessitura considered an asset Experience working at a multi-stakeholder not-for-profit and/or in a start-up environment is considered an asset Additional Requirements: A high energy, resourceful, solution orientation with a hands-on management style.
Ability to remain calm and clear-headed under pressure with a positive and constructive personal style Ability to operate as an effective tactical and strategic thinker while also executing lower level “hands on” responsibilities; an agile problem solver Demonstrated ability to work with diverse audiences and effectively interface with colleagues, artists and the public; a collaborative team player A collaborative team player with excellent verbal and written communication skills Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, sound judgment and a keen interest in the mission of MOCA TO APPLY: Please submit applications to humanresources@museumofcontemporaryart.
caApplications must be submitted as one pdf including a letter of motivation, a maximum two-page CV and your salary expectations. Incomplete submissions will not be considered.Please indicate the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email.Only those selected for an interview will be contacted, no phone calls please.?The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada advocates equal opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment and is committed to diversity in the workplace.
back to top -Toronto-Development Assistant, Corporate PartnershipsArt Gallery of Ontario Application Deadline: February 22, 2018Date Posted: February 12, 2018Start Date: March 5, 2018Salary: $21.92 - $27.39 per hourTerm: Contract ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION Art Gallery of Ontario At the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), we bring people together with art to see, experience and understand the world in new ways.
Our Vision: We will become the imaginative centre of our city and province. We will be welcoming to our visitors, inspiring for our audiences and innovative in the ways we gather people together to create community through art. We will become a preferred cultural partner for artistic visionaries from all over the world. The AGO is committed to recruiting a diverse and collaborative workforce, who exemplify our mission, vision and values and will thrive in a dynamic environment.
JOB DESCRIPTION: Do you believe that art is for everyone? That art can inspire, engage and create a community? Do you want to be a part of bringing people together with art to see, experience and understand the world in new ways? We’re currently searching for a dynamic, passionate experienced, professional, Development Assistant, Corporate Partnerships to join the Development team at the AGO.
Under the direction of the Director, Corporate Partnerships & Development Special Events, you would be responsible for assisting in coordinating and implementing sponsor benefits including brand activations and events and providing administrative support for the Department as it relates to stewarding sponsors and reporting on their partnerships. REQUIREMENTS: One year directly related experience in coordinating brand activations and events preferably in an Arts sponsorship environment from the brand, client, or property rights holder side Demonstrated working knowledge in Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Windows, Microsoft Word and Internet Explorer and keyboarding skills Well-developed administrative, analytical and organizational skills Well-developed verbal and written communication skills.
Understanding and commitment to client services Well-developed interpersonal and public relations skills to interface with senior corporate personnel, AGO staff, trustees You thrive on collaboration and excel when working with a diverse team in a dynamic environment. TO APPLY: Interested? Apply now by visiting our website at https://ago.ca/jobs-and-volunteering Art is at the centre of everything we do.
The AGO is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act & the AGO’s Recruitment & Selection Policy for Staff, a request for accommodation will be considered throughout the hiring process. Contact Information: Nathalie Sato(416) 979-6660Nathalie_Sato@ago.
nethttps://ago.ca/jobs-and-volunteering back to top -Ottawa-Coordinator, Facilities Rental & SalesOttawa Art Gallery | Galerie d'art d'Ottawa Submission Deadline: March 2, 2018Date Posted: February 14, 2018 La version française suit. Duration: 1 year contract with opportunity to become full time permanentRange of Pay: $30,000 - $32,000 depending on experienceAnticipated Start Date: March 2018About The Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG): The OAG is at a pivotal moment in its history, as we will open our new expanded space on April 28th.
The OAG will grow five times its current size and provide unparalleled access to our collections, programs and the art of our region, and will connect on several floors with a redeveloped Arts Court and a new University of Ottawa Theatre Department. The project’s public component will also be complemented by our private partners: Le Germain Hotel and ArtHaus Condominiums by Montreal’s DevMcGill developers.
This city-project is part of the downtown core’s regeneration and a 2017 cultural legacy project.The OAG Expansion will include a 4,000 square foot multipurpose room that includes a 245 seat retractable seating system, a technical booth with film and digital cinema set up, an outdoor terrace and catering kitchen. This space is flexible in nature, supporting such activities as conferences, film screenings, fundraisers, galas and weddings.
There will also be smaller spaces to rent including a board room. The OAG will seek to use these spaces for gallery programming, Arts Court partner events and festivals, community programs, and outside rentals. Position Overview: As the OAG prepares to move into our new building, we seek a special events and sales professional to join our team as the Facilities Rental & Sales Coordinator. Reporting to the Manager of Development & Special Events, this position is central to supporting the Gallery’s overall revenue generating activities including venue rentals, special events and fundraising.
The Facilities Rental & Sales Coordinator will be responsible for planning, coordinating, and overseeing the execution of the OAG’s new facilities rental program. Responsibilities include promotion, booking and contract administration of rentals, management of volunteer event staff, vendor coordination, and onsite coordination of rentals and events as required. Major Responsibilities and Duties: Overall coordination of OAG’s rental program including maintaining the booking calendar and client database; communication with internal and external clients; event planning and coordination; marketing of rental space and bringing on new clients.
Customer relations with renters including scheduling site tours with potential clients; creating contracts and invoices; working with clients for event creation and day of support as needed. Assist with the communications and marketing of the rental program including the creation of material for marketing kits and the OAG website; attending trade shows and networking events on behalf of OAG; promotion of the rental program to organizations and new clients.
Liaise with external vendors including caterers, AV companies, event rental companies, photographers, and artists. Liaise with staff from collections management and building maintenance to ensure the upkeep of facility equipment and rental spaces Liaise with other gallery and Arts Court partners for the coordination of events within the gallery Coordinate additional event staff as needed Support OAG events including annual fundraisers and public programming Support to the Development & Special Events Manager as needed Other duties as required Knowledge & Experience: Bilingual in English and French Post-Secondary education in Communications, Event Management, Marketing or related field Specific knowledge of or experience in the field of visual arts, arts organizations, festivals, or event planning considered an asset Experience in an administrative role Strong organization and time management skills Detail oriented Ability to take initiative and direction Strong computer skills in Microsoft Office, including the ability to learn new software quickly Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite considered an asset Excellent written and verbal skills Ability to work nights and weekends The Ottawa Art Gallery is an equal opportunity employer and appreciates the interest of all applicants.
However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Please apply with cover letter and resume to Meredith Berriman, Development and Special Events: email@example.com . Please reference the specific job you are applying for within the subject line of your email. No telephone calls please. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. ****** Titre du poste : Coordonnatrice ou coordonnateur des événements spéciaux et de la location d’espaces Date limite pour postuler : le vendredi 2 mars 2018 Durée : contrat d’une année avec possibilité de passage à un poste permanent à temps plein avec avantages sociaux.
Échelle salariale : 30 000 $ à 32 000 $Date d’embauche : mars 2018 À propos de la Galerie d’art d’Ottawa (GAO) : la GAO vit un moment palpitant de son histoire. Lorsqu’elle ouvrira ses portes au printemps 2018, la Galerie aura gagné cinq fois en espace, ce qui permettra un accès sans précédent à ses collections, à ses programmes et à l’art de la région. De plus, la Galerie s’ouvrira sur les locaux réaménagés de la Cour des arts, ainsi que ceux du Département de théâtre de l’Université d’Ottawa, qui s’y installera.
L’Hôtel Le Germain et les Condominiums ArtHaus du promoteur immobilier montréalais DevMcGill, partenaires publics du projet, partageront également ce nouvel espace. Ce projet fait partie de la régénération du centre urbain d’Ottawa et du programme de legs culturel 2017.L’agrandissement de la GAO inclura une salle multifonctionnelle de plus de 370 m2 (4 000 pi2) dotée de 245 sièges rétractables, d’une cabine de projection pour films et présentations numériques, d’une terrasse extérieure et d’une cuisine pour traiteur.
Cet espace flexible est tout à fait désigné pour les conférences, les projections cinématographiques, les levées de fond, les galas et les mariages. On pourra également louer de plus petites salles, incluant une salle de réunion. Ces locaux seront disponibles pour les activités de la GAO, celles de la Cour des arts et de ses partenaires, ainsi que celles de la communauté, et seront disponibles pour les locations externes.
Survol du poste : en vue de notre ouverture prochaine, nous sommes à la recherche d’un spécialiste en événements, en développement et en ventes qui se joindra à l’équipe en tant que coordonnateur des événements spéciaux et de la location d’espaces. Sous la supervision du gestionnaire, développement et événements spéciaux, le titulaire jouera un rôle primordial au sein de l’équipe en appuyant les activités génératrices de revenus, qui incluent les collectes de fonds, les événements, les adhésions et la location des espaces.
Le coordonnateur des événements spéciaux et de la location d’espaces fournira un appui aux programmes de commandites et de dons et aux processus de relations avec les mécènes. Ses fonctions incluront garder à jour la base de données, rédiger des propositions et des rapports, et rédiger la correspondance destinée aux mécènes. Le coordonnateur des événements spéciaux et de la location d’espaces devra également planifier, coordonner et gérer tous les événements qui se tiendront dans la nouvelle salle multifonctionnelle de la GAO, ce qui inclut la promotion et la réservation de la salle, l’administration des contrats de location, la gestion des bénévoles présents lors d’événements, la gestion des fournisseurs, et la coordination de toute location ou tout événement selon les besoins.
Tâches principales et responsabilitésCoordination d’événements de la GAO Veiller à la coordination générale et fournir un appui administratif pour les événements de la GAO, incluant pour les collectes de fonds annuelles, la programmation publique ainsi que les événements destinés aux mécènes et aux membres Prendre en charge des détails relatifs aux événements : décors, traiteurs, animation, liste d’invités, invités spéciaux et équipement Interagir avec les bénévoles, mécènes, artistes, membres des médias et du public actuels et potentiels Fournir un appui aux communications et à la mise en marché des événements, incluant garder à jour les médias sociaux de la GAO, créer des invitations, et développer des documents relatifs aux communications, comme des notes d’allocution Participer à la création, à la mise à jour et à l’entretien des divers documents relatifs aux événements tels que les chemins critiques, les budgets, les scénarios d’événements et les permis de circonstance Assurer la liaison avec les parties prenantes, entre autres, les représentants de divers départements de la Galerie, les membres du conseil, les employés municipaux et les partenaires communautaires Garder à jour l’inventaire des fournitures relatives aux événements tels que les bannières publicitaires, les arrière-plans, les décors et autres matériaux Avoir une approche proactive pour gérer toute question survenant lors de la préparation et du déroulement des événements Coordination de la location d’espaces Prendre en charge les activités de la salle multifonctionnelle, incluant entre autres, garder à jour le calendrier d’événements et de locations, et coordonner les événements et la location Rencontrer la clientèle potentielle, rédiger des contrats et assurer la facturation, travailler avec les clients sur la création d’événements, et fournir un appui général au besoin le jour de l’événement Participer à la création de matériel pour la salle multifonctionnelle, incluant des trousses de mise en marché, des bannières, du contenu pour le site web, et des gabarits de contrats Collaborer avec les fournisseurs externes tels que les traiteurs, les fournisseurs de services audiovisuels, les artistes, les photographes et les musiciens Assurer l’entretien des équipements tels que les tables et chaises, les lumières, les sièges, les projecteurs et le lutrin interactif Appui en développement et gestion administrative Fournir une assistance pour les relations avec les commanditaires et les mécènes, incluant avec le démarchage, le développement de propositions, et la correspondance : lettre de remerciement, invitations spéciales, courriels et rapports d’intendance Fournir un appui pour la gestion des adhésions, incluant communiquer avec les membres pour le renouvellement, garder à jour la banque de données (modification d’adresse, de téléphone, de courriel ou de nom des membres) Traiter les dons et les demandes d’adhésion, et préparer les accusés de réception et toute autre correspondance Exigences et profil recherché Études postsecondaires en communication, gestion d’événements ou autre domaine connexe Connaissances acquises ou expérience dans le domaine des arts visuels, avec des organismes des arts, des festivals ou en planification d’événements seraient un atout Expérience en gestion administrative Excellent sens de l’organisation et de la gestion du temps Sens du détail Capable de faire preuve d’initiative et de suivre des instructions Solides compétences avec Microsoft Office et capacité d’apprendre rapidement de nouveaux logiciels Connaissance d’Adobe Creative Suite serait un atout Excellentes capacités de communication à l’écrit et à l’oral Bilinguisme est certainement un atout Disposition à travailler en soirée et les fins de semaine La Galerie d’art d’Ottawa offre une chance d’embauche égale pour tous.
Nous vous sommes reconnaissants de l’intérêt que vous portez à la Galerie. Cependant, nous ne communiquerons qu’avec ceux retenus pour une entrevue.Afin de poser votre candidature, veuillez envoyer votre lettre de présentation et votre curriculum vitae à Meredith Berriman, développement et événements spéciaux : firstname.lastname@example.org. SVP, indiquez clairement le titre du poste qui vous intéresse dans la ligne de mention objet.
Veuillez ne pas téléphoner, nous ne communiquerons qu’avec les candidats retenus. NOTE : Le masculin est utilisé pour alléger le texte, et ce, sans préjudice. back to top -Oshawa-Curator and Manager, Exhibitions and CollectionsRobert McLaughlin Gallery Application Deadline: March 5, 2018Date Posted: Feburary 8, 2018 The Robert McLaughlin Gallery (RMG) is seeking a Curator and Manager, Exhibitions and Collections, charged with generating innovative strategies to propel the RMG toward new levels of programming excellence, inclusion and engagement.
Under the direction of our strategic plan, this individual will be encouraged to take risks and be given the room to do so. The Curator and Manager, Exhibitions and Collections will lead the RMG’s artistic vision, working together with a highly motivated team and our communities to develop ambitious, relevant and engaging experiences. The role builds public engagement and fosters social change through established and innovative practice that connects the RMG with local, national and global communities.
A member of the senior leadership team, the Curator and Manager, Exhibitions and Collections will develop thought provoking programming that reflects the community we serve and presents the opportunity to learn through a continuum—from participatory and experiential, to theoretical and discursive. The RMGThe RMG has set an exciting and transformational intention, which will leverage its strengths and amplify its community-facing role, making art and artists more accessible, connected and central to the minds and hearts of residents, and to important social change efforts.
This new direction will elevate RMG’s role and contribution to a thriving community. Located in Oshawa, Ontario, The RMG is the largest gallery in Durham Region and occupies an inspired 36,000 square foot building designed by noted architect Arthur Erickson. Featuring a Permanent Collection of over 4,600 works, and five galleries of diverse and changing contemporary and historical exhibitions, the RMG houses an important collection of modern Canadian abstraction and the largest holding of works by Painters Eleven.
The gallery’s extensive assets and offerings include a compelling learning program, a thriving volunteer program, gallery shop, inspiring public spaces, library and archive, artist-in-residence lab and art studio. Working together with, and learning from our communities is central to our ethos. QualificationsYou possess strong leadership and curatorial sensibilities, offering a breadth of experience and holding an exciting vision for excellence in collaborative curatorial practice.
Your interests are broad, but grounded in a vision of modern and contemporary art in active conversation with our world and its issues. You have: Integrity in curatorial practice; with a fluidity that is responsive to matters that shape and influence our communities The passion and knowledge to lead the next level of discourse on diversity and inclusion A highly personable and diplomatic nature with an enthusiasm to collaborate across the organization and engage our diverse constituencies in new ways Ambition to expand the scope and integration of exhibitions and programs to engage non-traditional art museum audiences Curiosity, fueled by a drive to ignite and sustain passionate and timely local, national and global conversations through art Experience operating in a model of shared authority, experience and learning A clear vision for what responsiveness in diverse curatorial practice can achieve A motivation to plan programming that addresses grassroots organizing and social justice movements Experience in creating new narratives in the physical and virtual worlds, blending analog and digital universes Education and Experience Bachelors or advanced degree in art history, visual arts, cultural studies, museum studies or related discipline A minimum of five years programming experience in a public gallery, museum or artist-run centre.
Skills and Attributes The ability to articulate strategy, lead with ease and achieve desired results Demonstrated ability to develop and facilitate a sustainable multi-year program Superior organizational skills, with the ability to manage multiple priorities and competing deadlines in a fast-paced environment Exceptional verbal and writing skills that demonstrate a high level of competence for both academic rigor and captivating universal audiences with sensitivity Proven experience in budget management, grant writing and reporting Advanced digital knowledge, with a high level of proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite of programs Must be able to work flexible hours inclusive of evenings and weekends as needed to oversee and actively participate in gallery activities The RMG is committed to employment equity and diversity and encourages applications from members of racialized groups/visible minorities, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation, and persons of any gender identity or gender expression.
To Apply Please send your letter of intent and resume in confidence (electronic applications only) to email@example.com. Deadline for applications is March 5, 2018. Please note that only successful applicants will be notified. back to top -Toronto-Community Outreach CoordinatorToronto Arts Foundation Application Deadline: Feburary 21, 2018Date Posted: February 6, 2018Salary: $18.00 - $20.00 per hour ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION: Toronto Arts Foundation Toronto Arts Foundation is a charitable organization that provides the opportunity for individuals, private and public foundations, corporations, and government agencies to invest in and strengthen the arts in Toronto.
Our vision Creative City: Block by Block is to connect every Toronto neighbourhood with the transformative social and economic benefits of the arts. For more information, please visit www.torontoartsfoundation.org JOB DESCRIPTION: Position: Community Outreach Coordinator, Arts in the ParksType: ContractStart Date: March 2018End Date: September 28, 2018Hours: 32 hours per weekPay Range: $18.
00 – $20.00 per hour ABOUTToronto Arts Foundation is a charitable organization that sparks creative connections, spotlights artistic excellence, and supports vibrant cultural growth throughout our diverse city, through private sector investment. Arts in the Parks brings over 300 free arts events (concerts, film nights, dance, theatre, readings and participatory arts activities) to approximately 50 parks across the City of Toronto.
For more information, please visit www.torontoartsfoundation.org SUMMARYThe Community Outreach Coordinator will be a part of our dynamic Arts in the Parks team. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing community outreach activities, developing community relationships, engaging teams of community and youth volunteers, and leading our team at Arts in the Parks events across the city.
The Community Outreach Coordinator will report to the Community Engagement Manager and work alongside the Marketing & Events Coordinator, and summer event staff.RESPONSIBILITIESCommunity OutreachIdentify new, and manage existing, relationships/partnerships and outreach activities with stakeholders such as Park Friend Groups, social service agencies, local businesses etc.: Meet with new and existing community partners Distribute outreach materials Document all work and keep up-to-date record of materials distributed and where Track community attendance that comes as a direct result of outreach efforts Gather reports from Park Friends Groups about their activities Act as liaison between event artists, community partners, and Arts in the Parks staff Report changes to events/activity schedules on ongoing basis to the Arts in the Parks staff team Act as an ambassador for the initiative with the general public Answer questions about Arts in the Parks and events to community organizations, local businesses and event audiences Promote events to community groups, schools, community residents etc.
Coordinate local artist spotlight program Participate in advisory meetings with community groups, distribute a call for community artist participation, assist with the jury process for artist selection. Provide advice on working in parks to local artists Provide the selected Local Artist Spotlight Program artists with production schedules for their event Event/Onsite Support Deliver marketing materials to event sites Act as team leader for summer contract staff and volunteers at events, assign responsibilities (setup & tear down, audience surveys) and provide support for successful completion.
Sign volunteers in/out of their shifts Welcome audience members and volunteers Ensure appropriate paperwork is completed on site at events, including all checklists, evaluation forms, etc. Volunteer Coordination Recruit and train community volunteers Identify possible venues for community volunteer training sessions Assist with scheduling volunteers with Better Impact software Supervise youth and provide leadership to community volunteers Ensure volunteer protocols are being met, report on volunteer efforts and experiences Foster a high level of volunteer morale and professionalism REQUIREMENTS: Key qualifications: The ideal candidate is an outgoing community leader who has their finger on-the-pulse for what’s happening in their community and wants to increase community engagement.
The candidate will have participated in community events, has community programming and/or volunteer and events management experience. High level of initiative and ability to self-manage. Respect for diverse individuals and communities. Interest in learning about Equity best practices. Ability to establish effective and strong working relationships and trust with co-workers, community partners and volunteers.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills Sound judgment, analytical and problem-solving abilities, and organizational skills G-class license and a clean driving record is a requirement. Flexibility regarding work hours is a requirement. Some working hours will take place on evenings and weekends. Toronto Arts Foundation will strive to provide a schedule two-weeks in advance. Successful candidates will be asked to supply Toronto Arts Foundation with a Vulnerable Sector Screening Check prior to a contract being issued.
This will be coordinated through Toronto Arts Foundation. TO APPLY: Toronto Arts Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity and inclusiveness in its employment.Please submit cover letter and resume by 5:00 pm on February 21, 2018 in a single pdf attachment by email to Jaclyn Rodrigues, Community Engagement Manager, at Jaclyn@torontoarts.org?Subject line: Community Outreach Coordinator CONTACT INFORMATION: Jaclyn Rodrigues(416) 392-6800 ext.
firstname.lastname@example.org back to top -Kitchener-Waterloo-Education CoordinatorKitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery Application Deadline: February 21, 2018Date Posted: February 8, 2018 The Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery is seeking an Education Coordinator who will oversee the Gallery’s education programs and specialized activities. As a member of the Public Programs team, the Education Coordinator will develop, deliver and evaluate the education programs offered by the Gallery.
In addition, the Education Coordinator is responsible for developing and delivering the specialized programs to diverse audiences such as youth, seniors and persons with disabilities. The Education Coordinator plays a critical role in supporting the Director of Public Programs in broadening the Gallery’s offerings, building capacity, fostering partnerships and creating more inclusive and accessible programs.
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in related field; combination of background in education (Bachelor of Education) and visual arts. Please visit www.kwag.ca for a detailed job description. Send a resume and cover letter by February 21st at 5:00 pm to: Shelly Mitchell, Director of Finance & AdministrationKitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery101 Queen Street North, Kitchener, ON N2H 6P7Email: smitchell@kwag.
on.ca We thank all applicants for their interest in the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery; however only those selected for further consideration will be contacted back to top -Toronto-TD Curator of Education & Outreach FellowshipPower Plant Contemporary Art Gallery Application Deadline: March 2, 2018Date Posted: February 8, 2018 Job Ref# 18J096-OAAGNumber of vacancies: 1 The Power Plant (TPP) Contemporary Art Gallery at Harbourfront Centre is Canada’s leading public gallery devoted exclusively to the art of our time and is recognized as an important centre for contemporary art in North America.
Over the past 30 years, its reputation for presenting cutting edge exhibitions, superior catalogues and editions, and challenging special events has remained unparalleled. Currently an opportunity exists to join our team at The Power Plant for a special TD Curator of Education Fellowship. This two-year program (10 July, 2018 through 10 July, 2020) supports TPP’s goal to encourage greater career opportunities within the museum field.
Through this innovative and unique program, the TD Curator of Education Fellowship will provide a recent graduate or emerging museum or gallery educator with tangible working experience in a professional environment, with full access to the inner workings of a major Canadian public gallery. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:The TD Curator of Education Fellow will work closely with the Curator of Education and Public Programs and the curatorial, exhibition, development and marketing staff of TPP to learn about all of the diverse facets of public programming in a contemporary art gallery.
Coaching, research, documentation, professional development and mentoring will be at the heart of this program. The TD Curator of Education Fellow will have the opportunity to: participate in all phases of public programming, including: research; invitations; logistics; writing for Program Guide and web site; documentation; and more. lead the implementation of two program series each year. assist with other departmental needs including preparation of presentations, leading tours, and contributing to reports.
develop programs involving TD Bank Group’s collection as well as lead on-and-off-site programming for TD Bank guests, including tours, presentations, curatorial projects and mentorship opportunities. provide TD with an annual outcome of each year’s activities. partake in Diversity Equity and Inclusion Training Program, gaining a certificate in Leadership and Inclusion, as well as Indigenous Cultural competency training.
QUALIFICATIONS: M.A. degree in art history, art education, museum education, or a related discipline (e.g. cultural studies, education, etc.); B.A. degree-holders in these disciplines will be considered if they have significant experience with education and public programs in an art gallery setting. Familiarity with contemporary art required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.
Proficiency in French is a valuable asset (reading, written and oral); foreign language skills (written and verbal) are highly desirable. SALARY / JOB TYPE: $16 to $18.00 per hour 35 hours per week Contract (2-year) APPLICANTION PROCESS:The Power Plant seeks Canadian applicants who have completed a postgraduate education in the field. Applications must include the following: letter of interest describing the applicant’s interest in the fellowship program, museum/gallery and programming work, and reasons for applying; current curriculum vitæ; one (1) writing sample: the sample must be less than 8 pages; an excerpt from a thesis or other academic writing, gallery interpretive text or curriculum materials; names of three (3) references with contact information; and, one (1) letter of recommendation from academic and/or professional setting.
Deadline for Application:Friday, March 2, 2018Please send all application materials in ONE MS Word or PDF file to:Josh Heuman, email@example.com Note: Letter of Recommendation should be sent from academic or professional reference directly to Josh Heuman, firstname.lastname@example.org. Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply.
Suitable accommodations will be available upon request during the hiring process. back to top -Toronto-Preparator AssistantStephen Bulger Application Deadline: February 23, 2018Date Posted: February 7, 2018 ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION: Stephen Bulger Gallery Stephen Bulger Galleryconnects people with photographs that inspire them. Since 1995, the gallery has become synonymous with great photographs of all types, making it Canada’s destination for enjoying original photographs.
In addition to an active exhibition schedule, the gallery helps first time buyers, institutions, and collectors of all levels acquire the photographs they want. We are the lead representative for several estates, as well as leading contemporary photographers and artists. We maintain an inventory of over 30,000 photographs comprised of historical Canadian works, as well as international Modern and Contemporary works that are either documentary in nature or that celebrate the medium.
We also have a large selection of trade and limited-edition photography books for sale and offer appraisal services. We believe there are great photographs to suit every budget and endeavour to provide an inviting atmosphere for finding them. JOB DESCRIPTION: Preparator Assistant, Stephen Bulger Gallery: CHIEF RESPONSIBILITY: Assisting the preparator with the facilities, shipping, framing, as well as general gallery maintenance REQUIREMENTS: Skills required: Basic understanding of facilities maintenance Knowledge of framing and matting processes Experience with commercial galleries or museums Ability to multitask Assets: Familiarity with shipping standards Retail experience Knowledge of photography, history of photography Second language ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Part time general labour position, entry-level.
TO APPLY: Details: Applicants to include updated resume, as well as a single page letter explaining relevant work experience, as well as a paragraph on why they are interested in working in a commercial gallery. Only applicants selected for an in person interview will be contacted. Deadline for applications: Friday, February 23, 2018 CONTACT INFORMATION: Name: Ciarán DykePhone: (416) 504-0575Email: info@bulgergallery.
comwww.bulgergallery.com back to top -Kitchener-Waterloo-Gallery AttendantKitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery Application Deadline: February 21, 2018Date Posted: February 08, 2018 The Gallery is seeking an enthusiastic, computer savvy candidate with exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills, coupled with experience in customer service. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and an interest in the visual arts is a must.
This is a part-time position with primarily evening and weekend shifts. Visit https://kwag.ca/content/employment-opportunities for a detailed job description. Please send a resume and cover letter before February 21, 2018 at 5:00 pm to:Shelly MitchellKitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery101 Queen Street NorthKitchener, ON N2H 6P7Email: email@example.com Only candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.
back to top -Oshawa-Artist InstructorRobert McLaughlin Gallery Become one of our Beloved Artist Instructors with the RMG Are you interested in teaching holistic learning through art that is inclusive and accessible? Do you enjoy developing children’s fine art skills? Can you inspire, engage, and teach in a multi-disciplinary way? The RMG has opportunities for experienced, children and youth freelance instructors, for weekend, some daytime and early evening classes for the spring session 2018 beginning in April through June.
If you are energetic and have 1-2 years’ experience teaching children and youth, with proven studio/materials management and course/ lesson planning skills we would like to hear from you! Our Kids (age 5-12) & Youth (ages13-16) Artist Instructors create powerful art courses underpinned with BIG Ideas that fire the kids up and leave them wanting to learn more. The courses are taught in relevant mediums; painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, graphic arts, mixed media and/or other studio techniques.
If you think you are a good fit then please submit your resume and letter of interest (as ONE PDF document) outlining your interest, skills and experience in relation to this position with the Robert McLaughlin Learning & Engagement Team. This is a freelance, temporary part-time position. Saira Knowles, Manager of Learning & Engagement by email: firstname.lastname@example.org No phone calls please back to top -Markham-Communications Officer, Part-timeVarley Art Gallery Application Deadline: February 23, 2018Date Posted: February 5, 2018 JOB TITLE: Communications Officer, Part-time - Varley Art GalleryEMPLOYER: The City of MarkhamLOCATION: Markham, ON, CASALARY RANGE: CAD 19.
04 to 21.15 HourlyWORKER CATEGORY: Regular, Part-timeJOB CLASS: Technical The City of Markham is a dynamic and change-oriented leader among Canadian municipalities. The recipient of multiple environmental awards, we are recognized for our innovative sustainability and urban planning initiatives as much as for our fiscal accountability. More than 320,000 residents call Markham home and benefit from our rich heritage, culturally diverse environment, vibrant local economy and focus on quality of life.
Applications are now being received for the regular, part-time Communications Officer position for the Culture Department of the Development Services Commission. To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume online at https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=markham&jobId=232068&lang=en_CA&source=CC3 by February 23, 2018. JOB SUMMARYReporting to the Manager/Director, the Communications Officer is responsible for producing, distributing and collecting information about the Varley Art Gallery of Markham and its programs to the media, members, volunteers and the general public.
This is accomplished through the production of marketing collateral such as newsletters, advertisements and announcements to promote exhibitions, public programs and events.The Communications Officer is also responsible for establishing and maintaining media relations for the Varley Art Gallery as well as producing printed and electronic material to support all programmes.The Communications Officer manages the information for the website, coordinates content creation for the Gallery’s social media channels, and where applicable, with any additional Communications tasks.
The position works in close collaboration with Corporate Communications.KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Coordinates the overall editorial, production and distribution of the e-newsletters from start to finish Acts as liaison with the media and provide all necessary information and assistance Prepares, designs and coordinates all publicity and promotional materials related to exhibitions and events, including press releases, invitations, e-newsletter material and signage Develops contacts with writers and solicits reviews of events and exhibitions Maintains an up-to-date database of media contacts and e-lists Contributes to the design and implementation of the marketing plan including community, art and tourism audiences Develops marketing campaigns for individual programmes and exhibitions Manages the annual budget for all marketing expenses Produces ads and flyers for programmes and maintain all ad accounts Maintains a unified “house style” through the consistent production of print and electronic materials; Contributes to the development of our visual identity Maintains the currency and style of our website and contributes to the planning and direction of the website, ensuring consistency and currency and performing updates Designs, or supervises the design of, promotional material on all programmes and services offered at the Gallery Distributes brief information (listings) on programmes In consultation with other staff develops the program for opening receptions and other events as required and circulates it in advance to all staff and other event attendees as required Maintains accurate photographic records of all exhibitions Researches media strategies and outlets Archives, or supervises the archiving, of all promotional material and media clippings Attends related seminars, lectures and workshops for professional development Assists with any task related to the organization’s activities as requested by the Directors Contributes to overall staff efforts towards the development of new audiences Maintains and creates content for the Gallery’s social media accounts for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Eventbrite, Meetup, etc.
Liaises with Corporate Communications to promote programmes and initiatives Sets content deadlines for staff to ensure all marketing items are produced in a timely manner As part of a team provides oversight for marketing and communications co-op students Other duties as assigned. Note: Some evening/weekend work; some off-site work may be required REQUIRED SKILLS & COMPETENCIES Strong knowledge of visual art practices and history, especially within Canada Excellent oral and written communication skills; very strong knowledge of English language required; French language is an asset Excellent computer skills; knowledge of social media and basic knowledge of website development required; Familiarity with Adobe Design Suite, particularly Illustrator and In Design along with ability to execute basic graphic design Demonstrated organizational skills and ability to multi-task; attention to detail essential Experience in field of communications Completed degree in Art History, Visual/Media Arts, Cultural Studies, Communication Studies, Journalism or other related degree.
Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment Service Excellence: Meets or exceeds service standards when interacting with customers in the community and in the organization. Change & Innovation: Responds positively and professionally to change and helps others through change. Teamwork & Relationship Building: Interacts with others in an inclusive, collaborative and respectful way that creates effective working relationships.
Communication: Communicates in a clear, professional and respectful way; demonstrates active listening. Accountable & Results Oriented: Demonstrates ethical behaviour and accountability, aligns with City values, and abides by relevant policies and legislation. Management & Leadership: Demonstrates self-management, professionalism and engagement; leads by example. The City of Markham is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities.
If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. We thank all those applicants who have applied however only those applications selected for an interview will be contacted. Please respect our scent free area by not wearing scented products when visiting the office. back to top -Kitchener-Waterloo-Executive DirectorCanadian Clay and Glass Gallery Application Deadline: February 28, 2018Date Posted: February 5, 2018Start Date: August 1, 2018 POSITION DESCRIPTIONThe Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery seeks a dynamic, inspiring Executive Director to lead this contemporary ceramic and glass gallery as it grows and develops new audiences with greater outreach into the community, and onto the national and the international stage.
The Executive Director will work to fulfill the Gallery’s artistic vision, tell its story, advocate publicly for the Gallery and lead development efforts to support the expansion of its programs and to ensure the Gallery’s financial stability. The Executive Director is responsible for leading and mentoring a dedicated team of staff professionals, and for building strong collaborative relationships with other galleries and community partners, locally and in a wider context.
The Executive Director will effectively manage the operation of the Gallery, adhere to Board policy and carry out its strategic vision. The Executive Director will report to a committed and engaged Board of Directors. ABOUT THE GALLERYWith an emphasis on Canadian artists, the Gallery brings exhibitions to the public that are grounded in craft processes, engaged in contemporary experimentation and meaningful to diverse audiences.
By exhibiting and collecting contemporary works in ceramics and glass, the Gallery inspires dialogue, critical discourse and new ways of thinking. The Gallery is committed to supporting artists at all stages of their career, from emerging to established, and actively seeks to feature artists from diverse cultural backgrounds. The Gallery’s media specificity is its distinguishing characteristic and greatest strength.
Through exhibitions that address issues relevant to our times and intriguing public programs that engage, educate and inspire, we are accessible to all. The Gallery Shop, a fine-craft gallery in its own right, is an integral part of the Gallery, featuring exclusively Canadian artists from across the country. Having adopted a national mandate in the early stages of its organizational development, the Gallery continues to develop its reputation as a national centre of research, scholarship and artistic excellence.
GALLERY BACKGROUNDThe Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery opened in 1993 in a purpose-built, award-winning building designed to showcase contemporary Canadian ceramic and glass art. Now in its 25th year, it has recently undergone a $1.3 million renovation to bring the Gallery to a new standard of excellence. The Gallery is supported by the City of Waterloo, the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts, along with corporate, foundation and individual funders.
LOCATED IN WATERLOO REGIONThe Gallery is located in Waterloo Region, an area of entrepreneurship, collaboration, fresh ideas, innovation, world-class technology, arts activity, economic initiatives and educational excellence on a world-class scale. Waterloo is one of the fastest-growing regions in Canada. KEY FUNCTIONSThe successful Executive Director will raise the profile of the Gallery locally, nationally and internationally; lead its artistic vision; implement its recently completed Strategic Plan; lead its next level development and fund-raising; lead connections with other galleries; lead the Gallery to more diverse audiences; communicate the Gallery mandate; advocate for the Gallery; incorporate a digital strategy into the Gallery’s offering; and manage all administrative and functional assets of the Gallery.
REQUIREMENTS 5-10 years experience as a senior manager in an visual arts institution advanced degree in arts/arts administration or equivalent education or experience in-depth knowledge of contemporary Canadian and international art in-depth knowledge of best practices for Gallery management strong leadership and mentorship skills and the ability to lead a team the ability to forge innovative collaborations with other galleries and community partners creativity and ability to develop programming to reach a wider, more diverse audience and engage with them in a meaningful way demonstrated experience in securing major gifts and stewarding donor relationships an optimistic problem-solver Interested applicants are invited to submit, in confidence, a letter of application, and a detailed résumé outlining their qualifications for this position, along with names, titles, and contact information for their three professional references.
Canadians, permanent residents, and/or foreign nationals with a valid work permit will be given priority consideration. The Gallery is committed to employment equity and diversity and encourages applications from culturally diverse persons, Indigenous persons, deaf persons and persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation, and persons of any gender identity or gender expression. Applications should be submitted electronically in a single pdf file to the Canadian Clay & Glass Executive Director Search Committee at: cgdirectorsearch@gmail.
com We would like to thank all applicants for their interest in this position but regret that we are only able to personally contact those individuals whose backgrounds best match the requirements of the position. BACKGROUND INFORMATION A Position Description, the Gallery’s 2017 Annual Report and a summary of the Gallery’s Strategic Plan are available on the Gallery’s website: www.theclayandglass.
ca/jobs back to top -Kitchener-Executive DirectorArtsBuild Ontario Application Deadline: March 5, 2018Date Posted: February 5, 2018 ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION: ArtsBuild Ontario ArtsBuild Ontario supports the health of Ontario's arts organizations by creating and realizing long-term solutions for their facility challenges. JOB DESCRIPTION: ArtsBuild Ontario (ABO) seeks an Executive Director to lead the organization and continue its excellent work province wide.
The position to commence late June early July 2018.Incorporated in 2006, ArtsBuild Ontario is the only organization in Ontario dedicated to realizing long-term solutions to building, managing and financing the sustainable arts facilities needed in Ontario communities. Together with industry, non-profit and government partners, ArtsBuild jointly and cost-effectively develops innovative tools, services and resources to help over 700 arts organizations across Ontario construct and operate the facilities they need.
ArtsBuild’s organizational model is one of collaboration and partnership. By forging relationships with leading non-profit and private sector partners, ArtsBuild delivers programs for capital project planning, facilities management, sustainability and financing.Reporting to the Board of Directors, responsibilities of the position include:STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP Execute the newly refreshed Strategic Plan Follow, execute and expand upon the existing business plan Evaluate and explore new partnerships and programs where relevant to successfully implement the strategic plan PROGRAMMING SUPPORT Ensure the smooth operation of ArtsBuild’s existing programs and commitments Provide hands on support to program staff, to successfully implement all existing programs and commitments Develop and execute new programming ideas as relevant and needed GRANT RESPONSIBILITIES Research, write and apply to relevant grants as needed at all levels of government, including provincial, federal and municipal Report to all funders, including reporting through CADAC RELATIONSHIP BUILDING & MANAGEMENT Act as ArtsBuild’s spokesperson Meet with and explore opportunities with current and potential funders and partners Interaction with funders, donors, volunteers and community at large Continue to advocate for our constituents needs at large BOARD Provide professional support to the Board of Directors Keep the board informed of major decisions, updates and news FISCAL AND OPERATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES Financial and administrative management of ArtsBuild including supervision of policy directives, grant and proposal preparations and reports to funders and Board Work with bookkeeper and accountant to ensure all fiscal responsibilities are met Hiring, supervising and providing leadership to administrative staff, and contracting all personnel within the organization REQUIREMENTS: Our successful candidate will be a go-getter, an individual excited by the opportunity to execute ArtsBuild’s core programs, and to be a part of its growth and evolution as a valued contributor to our Province’s arts community.
This individual will be prepared and willing to take an active role in all aspects of the business as needed to ensure success. The successful candidate will have: Capacity to continue the innovative and entrepreneurial approaches to business development Ability to manage ArtsBuild Ontario’s human and financial resources, programs and activities Experience working with public funders (municipal, provincial and federal) and applying for project funding Excellent written / verbal communication and presentation skills Skilled at working with small staff, board and committees, public funders, foundations and existing and new partners and collaborators An appreciation of the contribution arts and culture bring to communities across the Province ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: ArtsBuild Ontario's office is located in downtown Kitchener.
This position requires that the Executive Director be in the office at least four days a week. This is a contract position.Application Deadline: March 5, 2018 or until the right candidate is found HOW TO APPLY: Please email resume with a one to two page covering letter outlining why you are the person for this position to Lindsay Golds, email@example.com. No phone calls please. back to top -Markham-Curatorial Collections Assistant, Museum - Summer StudentMarkham Museum Application Deadline: March 9, 2018Date Posted: February 5, 2018 JOB TITLE: Curatorial Collections Assistant, Museum - Summer StudentEMPLOYER: The City of MarkhamLOCATION: Markham, ON, CASALARY RANGE: CAD 14.
7100 to 16.3400 HourlyWORKER CATEGORY: Internship, Co-op, Seasonal, StudentsJOB CLASS: Technical The City of Markham is a dynamic and change-oriented leader among Canadian municipalities. The recipient of multiple environmental awards, we are recognized for our innovative sustainability and urban planning initiatives as much as for our fiscal accountability. More than 320,000 residents call Markham home and benefit from our rich heritage, culturally diverse environment, vibrant local economy and focus on quality of life.
Applications are now being accepted for two (2) Curatorial Collections Assistant – Junior & Varsity Specialist (Summer Students) positions at the Markham Museum, Development Services Commission. To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume online at https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=markham&jobId=231995&lang=en_CA&source=CC3 by March 9, 2018.
The duration of the placement is 16 weeks, ending August 31, 2018. JOB SUMMARY The Museum offers two concurrent summer placements in the Curatorial Division. The students will work side by side during the summer, but will take on specialized tasks associated with either junior or varsity summer camp programs as well as individual exhibition and research projects. The role of the Curatorial Collections Assistants within the Markham Museum is to assist with the day to day tasks associated with the care and use of the collections.
The curatorial function develops, manages and documents collections, conceptualizes & develops exhibitions and provides access to collections for programming & research. These positions report to the Curator. JOB TASKS Assists with preventive conservation, environmental monitoring, and maintenance of exhibits, research assignments and preparation of accurate location inventories for collections.
Assist with collections access for summer camps and other education programs, including making regular presentations to children and colleagues. Develops at least one small exhibition project and participate in research, planning and installation of other displays at the direction of the Collections Coordinator. This will involve: project research, exhibit planning & design, preparation of artifacts, fabrication of mounts, scanning, digital photography and installation.
Assist other curatorial staff supporting external researcher inquiries. Assist with data entry and updating of catalogue records in the Museum’s collections management system – MIMSy. Assist with the production and support of special events, especially where the Museum’s collections are featured. Responsible for monitoring and maintaining a safe and organized work environment. Other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS & COMPETENCIES REQUIRED Education: Enrolled in a post-secondary degree program in Museum Studies, History, Archives, Anthropology, Archaeology, Natural Sciences, Education or another relevant degree.
Experience: Previous experience working with volunteers, material culture collections, research & writing, and public speaking is desired. Knowledge of digital photography and post-production as well as an understanding of collections management principles thesaurus-based cataloguing (Chenhall, RAD) would be considered assets. Licenses/Certifications: Completion of a satisfactory Vulnerable Sector Screening check as determined by the City of Markham.
High Five PCHD and Drivers License are assets. Service Excellence: Meets or exceeds service standards when interacting with customers in the community and in the organization. Change & Innovation: Responds positively and professionally to change and helps others through change. Teamwork & Relationship Building: Interacts with others in an inclusive, collaborative and respectful way that creates effective working relationships.
Communication: Communicates in a clear, professional and respectful way; demonstrates active listening. Accountable & Results Oriented: Demonstrates ethical behaviour and accountability, aligns with City values, and abides by relevant policies and legislation. Management & Leadership: Demonstrates self-management, professionalism and engagement; leads by example. Note: applicants must be current full-time students who are registered with and meet the eligibility requirements of Young Canada Works (www.
youngcanadaworks.ca). Students must be returning to school full-time in Fall 2018.The City of Markham is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. We thank all those applicants who have applied however only those applications selected for an interview will be contacted.Please respect our scent free area by not wearing scented products when visiting the office.
back to top -Kleinburg-Exhibition CoordinatorMcMichael Canadian Art Collection Application Deadline: February 20, 2018Date Posted: February 2, 2018 Exhibition Coordinator The McMichael Canadian Art Collection ranks among Canada’s top public galleries in size and significance. The McMichael permanent collection consists of over 6,400 works of art by Tom Thomson, the Group of Seven, their contemporaries, and First Nations, Métis, Inuit and other historical and contemporary artists who have made or are making a contribution to Canada’s artistic heritage.
The gallery welcomes on average more than 110,000 regional, national and international visitors annually. We are currently seeking to fill the full-time position of Exhibition Coordinator. The Exhibitions Coordinator will support the activities of the Curatorial Department, with particular focus on collections-based exhibition support as well as research, writing and administration related to donations, publications and funding applications.
The Coordinator will maintain exhibition records in paper files and in the TMS database, and will compile and distribute exhibition related touring packages to prospective venues. The Exhibition Coordinator will support guest curators, authors and artists as needed and arranging corresponding site visits, meetings, letters and travel. Having excellent written skills, the Coordinator will facilitate art Advisory committee meeting and assist in writing funding and grant applications, as well as support donations which may include researching justifications, applications and essays.
The successful candidate will have a graduate or undergraduate degree in Fine Arts, Curatorial or Museum Studies, with five years’ experience in exhibition organization and coordination within a public gallery or museum. Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills are required; working knowledge of French or a second language is an asset. Research experience and excellent computer skills on Microsoft Office is required; a knowledge of The Museum System (TMS) database an asset.
Application Process:Forward your resume along with a covering letter to Human Resources by February 20, 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 10365 Islington Avenue, Kleinburg, Ontario, L0J 1C0, www.mcmichael.com We thank all applicants for their resume. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The McMichael supports individuals with disabilities throughout the interview and employment process.
back to top -Chatham-Kent-Administrative AssistantThames Art Gallery/ARTspace Career OpportunityMunicipality of Chatham-KentCommunity Human ServicesCommunity Attraction & Leisure ServicesRecreation & Culture ServicesAdministrative Assistant III(Culture Services)(temporary, full-time)Job # CULTURE 18-4 NOTE: This position requires a Career Profile application form (this application form can be found at the bottom of our job ad under municipal jobs at www.
chatham-kent.ca) and resume. Job Description:The Municipality of Chatham-Kent has an opening for a temproary full-time Administrative Assistant III for a period uo to one year. The Administrative Assistant III prioritizes, performs, and oversees a number of administrative tasks to achieve outcomes required by the Curator, Gallery. The position will also provide administrative support ot other staff members/funcational areas within the Chatham Cultural Centre as well as ARTspace.
This position reports to the Curator, Gallery. About Art Galleries:The Municipality of Chatham-Kent operates two Art Galleries, which are managed by staff and supported by an Advisory Committee comprised of community artists and supporters. The Thames Art Gallery celebrates creative excellence. The Gallery's artistic vision is shaped by its perception and knowledge of the local community, its larger arts audience and understanding of the artistic milieu.
Programming supports the vision through a capacity to imagine, develop and implement a range of exhibitions and related acitivities. The Thames Art Gallery is dedicated to promoting the visual arts to residents and visitors. It is the only public art gallery in Chatham-Kent. ARTspace is a community art gallery that supports Chatham-Kent artists through exhibitions, sales, art classes, seminars, and arts-related programming.
ARTspace has administrative and curatorial support from the Thames Art Gallery staff. www.chatham-kent.ca/ThamesArtGallery The Community of Chatham-Kent:Situated between two beautiful, fresh water lakes, Chatham-Kent is home to a rich, colourful landscape which creates a wonderful backdrop for our unique towns and welcoming communities. You can live the dream without breaking the bank; $729,922 in Toronto, $297,480 in London and only $163,276 here in Chatham-Kent.
Our large geography, great climate, and abundance of natural amenities ensure that there are activities for people of all ages and interests. Internationally known for our heritage and culture, and a variety of attractions and festivals dot the calendar year long, it is little wonder that people from both near and far choose Chatham-Kent as their place to call "home". We invite you to join us, and experience firsthand what it means to be Living CK.
Core Values for the Municipality of Chatham-Kent Respect/Equity Trust/Honesty/Integrity Teamwork Communication Safety Please see the AAIII responsibilities attachatment for full details of all responsibilities and qualifications of an Administrative III position. Essential Responsibilities for this AAIII position: Assist in the day-to-day operations and administration of the Cultural Centre, primarily the Galleries (Thames Art Gallery and ARTspace) & Museums Assist with front line reception and customer service In conjunction with the Marketing Coordinator assist with the development of marketing materials, social media and web page changes/updates Assist with aspects of electronic and printed media, publications and marketing strategies Utilize the CLASS/PerfectMind database system for program registration and facility bookings Assist with inputting and maintaining of courses, programs & schedules Statistical tracking and reporting related to attendance and special events, including memberships Monitor and assist with section's general mailboxes Assist with the recruiting, training, scheduling of gallery/museum attendants and co-op students Assist with HR process for recruitment and staffing Operate and manage POS system; daily cash float and tracking Monitor cash handling, complete deposits and banking processes Create and manage purchase orders and invoicing Assist with exhibition openings and special events; Open and close Galleries/Museums occasionally (including turning on the exhibitions - electronic media etc.
) Other responsibilities for this AIII position: May be required to complete payroll entries and reports May be required to be on site at other Recreation & Culture locations to assist with administrative responsibilities as required Other duties as assigned Essential Qualifications for this AAIII position:Ability to demonstrated Chatham-Kent's Core Values and Competencies through a combination of education and experience: Related College diploma or certificate, preferably in an office administration program; plus six months to two years of related administrative experience; or an equivalent combination of education and related experience Cash handling and sales experience Excellent customer service skills Strong communication and follow-up skills Flexibility to manage a wide-range of tasks in a fast-pace environment Basic computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook Other qualifications for this AAIII position: Post-secondary education in a business program an asset Experience assisting with delivery of special events an asset Previous experience working at an art gallery, museum, heritage site (or related environment) considered a prime asset Administrative experience in a municipal setting an asset Administrative experience in an art gallery or other cultural venue an asset Certifications/memberships/lincenses: Standard Level First Aid and Level C CPR required Work Environment:This position will work mostly indoors.
Hours of Work: This position works weekdays, with occasional evenings and weekends. Driver's license/vehicle requirements:Because this position may be required to travel, a valid Province of Ontario driver's license with a reliable motor vehicle is preferred. Police check requirementsBecause of the environment this position will be working in, the successful candidate will be required to furnish an original Police Information Search (criminal reference check) (working with vulnerable persons) prior to commencement of employment.
Occupational Safety Responsibilities:The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) clearly articulates worker responsibilities (reference Sections 28 of the OHSA and Safety Policy #HS-001, "Individual Responsibilities"). The following list of responsibilities is designed to identify some of the primary responsibilities. It does not provide the exhaustive list of legislated responsibilities: Workers shall: Comply with the OHSA and applicable Safety Regulations Use or wear the equipment, protective devices or clothing required by the employer Report any defects in any equipment or protective device of which the worker is aware and which may endanger himself, herself or another worker Report any contravention of the OHSA or Regulation or the existence of any hazard of which he or she is aware to his or her supervisor Not operate equipment/machinery without being given the proper instruction and authority Not remove or make ineffective any protective device required by the regulations or by his or her employer, without providing an adequate temporary protective device and when the need for removing or making ineffective the protective device has ceased, the protective device shall be replaced immediately Not use or operate any equipment, machine, device or thing or work in a manner that may endager himself, herself, or any other worker Not engage in any prank, contest, feat of strength, unnecessary running or rough and boisterous conduct Actively participate in worker safety education Essential physical and/or safety requirements: Sitting: constant sitting in chair (computer duties, paper work, telephone, etc.
) Hands: constant fine finger dexterity (movement), gripping, mousing (computer, mousing, scrolling, file/paperwork, telephone, copier, faxing, postage machine, etc.) Non-essential physical and/or safety requirements: Bending: infrequent coruching, squatting; occasional stooping, twisting, kneeling (some duties lead to awkward situations i.e. moving or retrieving files) Walking: occasional walking on level surface Reaching: occasional reaching above shoulder, below shoulder, forward, backward, handling (up to 6.
8 kg or 15 lbs) (accessing files and binders located in multi-level filing systems) Lifting: infrequent lifting above shoulder, overhead, pushing at or above shoulder, pulling at or above shoulder; occasional lifting floor to waist, waist to shoulder, at shoulder, carrying, transferring, pushing below shoulder, pulling below shoulder (up to 6.8 kg or 15 lbs) (carrying files, binders, mail, etc.) Standing: occasional standing inside (customers at a counter, waiting for pring jobs, etc.
) Compensation:This temporary full-time position has an hourly wage rate of $21.588 to $23.431 (2018 rates based on grade 3 of the 2017 non-union full-time compensation plan), plus 15% in lieu of benefits (which includes health & dental benefits, statutory & non-statutory holidays, and non-enrolment in OMERS) and 4% vacation pay. Applying: Candidates interested in the above position are asked to submit our Career Profile Application form and a resume to the email address below.
Please do not include a cover letter, or copies of transcripts, licenses, certificates, etc. What we look for in the application form and resume: Detailed information in the boxes provided under each question in the career profile application form where you have answered 'yes'. Your resume should provide the same detailed information. In both documents, list under each employer the following: (1) the job titles (2) dates you were in each position (3) a summary of job duties/skills/experiences you gained in each position.
The same information needs to be in both the career profile application form and the resume. Please be sure to check the box beside yes or no for each question asked in the career profile application form. Attachements:Please send attachments in a Word (.doc or .docx) or Adobe (.pdf) format only. Attachments must be attached directly to your email; we are not able to download documents from an internet site.
INTERNAL MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES ONLY:When Internal employees are applying to temporary vacancy and want to maintain their permanent status: Positions posted as "temporary" may be filled with permanent employees (full-time, part-time and call-in) who want to keep their permanent status provided their ability to be released to a temporary position is reviewed and approved with their current manager/supervisor and the General Manager, Corporate Services before submitting an application.
Applications must be received before 4:30 p.m., Friday, Feburary 9, 2018: Municipality of Chatham-KentAttn. Cathy J. E. Hoffman, MPA CHRLGeneral Manager, Corporate Services315 King Street WestP.O. Box 640Chatham ON N7M 5K8Fax: 519.436.3237Email address: Ckresume@chatham-kent.ca The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is an equal opportunity employer, committted to fair and accessible employment practices that attract and retain talented employees.
Should you require accommodations during the recruitment process, please contact Human Resources & Organizational Development (HROD) at 519-360-1998 or email@example.com. Application information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Privacy legislation and will be used strictly for the purpose of candidate selection. We thank all candidates in advance; however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Why work for the Municipality of Chatham-Kent? Click here to find Municipal Jobs Click here to sign up for job subscription to receive daily emails of newly posted municipal and community jobs. Find us at: http://www.chatham-kent.ca back to top -Brampton-Senior Curator, ArtPeel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) Application Deadline: February 19, 2018Date Posted: January 29, 2018 Senior Curator, Art Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) The Region of Peel, Canada’s second-largest municipality, has undergone a major transformation during the past few decades as a dynamic, urban community with a vibrant economic base.
Our goal is to build a community for life that ensures our “future Peel” is a healthy, safe and connected community, based on the cornerstones of collaboration, innovation and environmental sustainability. Peel Art Gallery, Museum, and Archives (PAMA) is the Region’s dynamic culture hub, housed in an inter-connected 4 building campus in downtown Brampton, serving a diverse population of 1.44 million across Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon.
PAMA is an integrated institution specializing in contemporary and regional arts, heritage and culture, with a mandate of creative exploration and a goal to help build cohesive community. Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) is looking for a Senior Curator, Art to join the leadership team and share their passion for Art and their creative vision with the residents of Peel.Are you a visionary art curator who can shape the future of our dynamic institution through the delivery of innovative exhibitions, programs, and growth and stewardship of an outstanding contemporary art collection? Are you an accomplished leader, a gifted communicator, outstanding researcher, and an advocate for inclusivity and collaboration? This may be the opportunity for you….
. The role…………….. The Senior Curator, Art will be responsible for the initiation, research, development, and presentation of a dynamic curatorial vision, including exhibitions organized within Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) and exhibitions originating from other institutions; and the growth and care of PAMA’s art collection. The Senior Curator, Art will also contribute to the planning and organization of art, education and public programs related to exhibitions and collections in PAMA while working in an inclusionary and multi-disciplinary environment.
Art gallery core services include exhibitions, interpretation, collections management, preservation, research, community engagement and access. You will be accountable for….. Leading the Art Gallery team within PAMA, providing a high level of expertise and oversight in accordance with relevant industry standards. The Senior Curator, Art is responsible for fostering innovation in design and artistic vision to create exceptional visitor and user experiences.
Delivering of art gallery services, including exhibitions, publications, management of the permanent collection, community relations, loans, donor relations, community liaison, conservation, grant management, reports and evaluations. Maintaining connections with local, provincial, and national visual arts communities and has a demonstrated knowledge of theoretical, historical, and intellectual contexts of contemporary art practices, and an ability to communicate this knowledge to specialized and general audiences.
Ensuring that art gallery program strategies align with goals and objectives of the Region of Peel Community for Life, and that plans and resources support the program while also ensuring PAMA’s long-term financial sustainability. Developing operational plans for the Art Gallery to support strategic directions of PAMA’s program plan; Managing strategic relationships, including with donors, funders, partners and stakeholders, in order to strengthen institutional and community links.
Managing fiscal resources to ensure operational effectiveness. Providing leadership to build a high performing engaged and committed team of professionals. Developing strategy documents, exhibition plans, project proposals, Council and Advisory Board reports, program business plans, policies and procedures, exhibition text / didactics and publications, contractual agreements, reports, presentations, grant applications, letters, general correspondence and social media, and other content.
Qualifications: Masters Degree in Art History or related field with at least 8 years of curatorial experience in a related position in an art gallery or other collections-based institution, or an equivalent combination of education and experience including at least 3 years of supervisory experience. Demonstrated expertise in at least one major area of the PAMA art collection. Demonstrated results in building community engagement.
Demonstrated results related to best practices, industry standards, and current trends in art gallery curation and exhibition, collections management, educational programming and visitor experiences. Demonstrated expertise with co-creation. Ability to interpret and evaluate information to improve existing programs or to develop new approaches or processes. Strong problem solving and judgement skills.
Strong financial management and planning skills. Excellent time management and organizational skills. Excellent communications skills. Flexibility around hours, weekend and some statutory holidays may be required. Location: 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton ON Hours of work: – 35 hours/week If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply online at www.peelregion.
ca/hr by end of day February 19, 2018 back to top -Vancouver, BC-Dean, Audain Faculty of ArtEmily Carr University of Art + Design Application Deadline: February 28, 2018Competition: #A001-2018 Emily Carr University of Art + Design invites applications for the position of Dean, Audain Faculty of Art. Based in Vancouver, Canada, Emily Carr University of Art + Design is a world leader in education and research.
Encouraging experimentation at the intersection of art, design, media and technology, our learning community merges studio practice, research, and critical theory in an interdisciplinary and collaborative environment. Alumni and faculty are internationally recognized as award-winning creators and thought leaders who have significant impact on both the cultural sector and economy. Emily Carr University engages students, industry, and society to continuously explore and think differently about creativity and how it shapes our world.
Located in beautiufl and culturally rich Vancouver, British Columbia, the University attracts more than 1800 students from 60 countries to our undergraduate and graduate programs. The Dean of the Audain Faculty of Art oversees and is responsible for the BFA in Visual Art, the BFA in Illustration, the BFA in Photography, as well as minors in Curation and Art + Text. These programs and courses aim to develop working contemproary artists who are productive and resourceful, supported by practice-based research and rigorous critique.
The Dean reports to the Vice-President, Academic + Provost and is responsible for the strategic direction and leadership of their respective Faculty at Emily Carr University, ensuring a balance of strategic vision, community leadership, academic integrity and accountability, and administrative leadership. The Dean develops and enhances a culture of collegiality and engagement, through consultation, collaboration, and leadership.
The Dean participates on the Academic Affairs Committee and represents the University externally at a variety of professional meetings and events, working with the leadership in the Libby Leshgold Gallery to ensure a vibrant collaborative and contemporary arts community, and works with all other Faculties and research areas collaboratively to promote and support interdisciplinary initiatives and to contribute to the quality of graduate curriculum.
TYPICAL RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Strategic Planning Contributes leadership to overall University vision and strategy. Translates strategic vision into an operational reality. Continues to monitor and adapt vision in relation to empirical data. Community Leadership Empowers and mentor's faculty to realize their potential as educators, practitioners and researchers. Fosters a positive spirit of collaboration through effective chairing of and participation in internal meetings and committees.
Develops a positive and respectful culture that respects the diversity of our community, and embraces, encourages and supports the contributions from our Aboriginal, international, multilingual and cross-cultural students, faculty, and staff. Represents Emily Carr on external committees, and establishes external relationships with institutional community partners. Builds strong relationships and healthy dialogues with students and staff.
Develops and maintains open, collaborative communication between and within faculties. Removes barriers to and facilitates interdisciplinary and collaborative initiatives. Academic Integrity and Accountability In collaboration with the Vice President, Academic + Provost provides advocacy and leadership for curricular reform, pedagogical reform, program review, and academic assessment. Develops, supervises, and ensures the development of policies and procedures relating to academic affairs, instruction and delivery of curriculum, faculty roles, and student experience.
Oversees and maintains the University's high academic standards, ensuring excellence in teaching, and student focused activities. Works collaboratively with other Deans and senior level administrators to enhance the alignmenet of graduate and undergraduate programs, and the alignment of credit and non-credit programs. Administrative Promotes and ensures strong attraction, retention, development, support and recognition of faculty members.
Establishes and maintains a positive labor relations environment by working effectively with faculty members and Human Resources. Ensures accountability to Collective Agreement provisions and management objectives with respect to appointments, probation, tenure and promotion and other employment terms and conditions. Assists with preparing and monitoring the operational budgets for the University in consultation with the Vice President, Academic + Provost, Vice President, Finance and Administration, Executive Committee and other departments and areas.
Oversees budget for Faculty. In consultation with the other Deans, participates in capital and equipment requests and space utilization decision-making process as well as timetable, course assignments and room allocation. Works closely with Student Services to ensure coordination on admissions, registration, transfer credit, course waivers, directed studies, and cooperative learning opportunities and other student-related activities.
Works closely with other University departments to ensure effective support and cooperation between the academic, administrative and curriculum support areas Convenes and regularly meets with Student Advisory Committees. Addresses and resolves complex student issues, including student grade appeals. Performs other work related to the pursuit of academic excellence at Emily Carr. Education/Experience MFA or terminal degree in a relevant academic discipline with a background as a practicing artist or scholar, as well as evidence of successful post-secondary teaching and administrative experience.
Sound experience in an interdisciplinary model of art, design, and media education delivery and in working effectively with student and curriculum support professionals. Distinguished leadership record in academic administration; a solid demonstration of management, leadership and decision-making experience, as well as active community involvement. Skills/Competencies A deep understanding of critical thinking and creative practices.
A commitment to open communication and the ability to facilitate communication and collaboration among a diverse University community of artists, designers, media practitioners, and academics including students, faculty and staff. Excellent interpersonal, conflict resolution, team building, and communication skills built on a commitment to fostering collegiality, consensus, and commitment to a common vision.
Effective and sound decision-making and problem-solving skills. Strong and energetic organizational skills, and proven effectiveness in change leadership and people leadership. Capacity to promote excellence in all areas of art and design education in line with the mission and vision of the University. Term The term of a Dean appointment is three to five years, subject to satisfactory performance, and is renewable upon conclusion of the term.
Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, including a statement of interest and qualifications, a curriculum vitae, and any supporting materials (quoting competition #A001-2018) by Wednesday, 28 February 2018 to: Human Resources, Emily Carr University of Art + Design, 520 E 1st Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5T 0H2, Fax (604) 844-3885, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. back to top -Toronto-Curator - Islamic Art & CultureRoyal Ontario Museum (ROM) Application Deadline: March 1, 2018Date Posted: January 19, 2018 ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION: Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) connects visitors to their world and each other.
The ROM is an indispensable resource for building community by nurturing discovery and inspiring wonder. The ROM invites everyone to explore and enjoy extraordinary experiences of science and civilization. For more information about the ROM, visit www.rom.on.ca. JOB DESCRIPTION: Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), Toronto, ON The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is Canada’s celebrated international museum and houses important collections in Art, Cultures and Nature (www.
rom.on.ca). The ROM is the largest museum in Canada, attracting more than one million visitors per year, with an annual operating budget of $65 million, and is a world leader in communicating its research and collections to visitors. The ROM features 40 galleries and exhibition spaces in its original heritage building and its 2007 Michael Lee-Chin Crystal designed by Studio Daniel Libeskind. Toronto, the fourth-largest city in North America, is a cosmopolitan, multinational city of 2.
9 million on Lake Ontario. The Greater Toronto Area had a population of 6.1 million in 2015 and is growing rapidly.The ROM seeks a dynamic, energetic, innovative individual with a track record of success in both research and exhibitions. The successful candidate will be involved in developing and implementing strategy to build, manage, and interpret the collection of Islamic Art and lead its interpretation and presentation to general and academic audiences.
The ROM’s collection of Islamic Art & Culture is the largest in Canada, with over 10,000 objects. The historical collection has strengths in ceramics and manuscripts, reflecting the remarkable artistic and technical achievements of Islamic culture over more than 1,400 years, and the ROM collections of Ethnology and Textiles & Costume also house important materials from the Islamic cultures of Africa and Asia.
The successful candidate will enjoy working with donors, collectors, scholars, external communities, and global partners with interests in Islamic Art & Culture, and welcome interactions with many audiences, including families and children. The successful candidate will be a specialist in his/her field but interested in broad issues and questions related to Islamic Art & Culture that have relevance in the contemporary world.
This position offers an opportunity to expand the ROM’s world-class collection and exhibition program into modern and contemporary art and culture, while maintaining its historic strengths. The ROM is open to considering a range of candidates from an Associate Curator level to Senior Curator, consistent with the candidate’s experience and the strategic goals of the Museum.Education & Experience: A Ph.
D. in Islamic Art History and Cultural Studies or a closely related field at the time of appointment, or the equivalent in professional experience, exhibitions and publications. A research focus specializing in some aspect of Islamic Art & Culture. Candidates with a research focus on Iran and the neighbouring Persianate world would have the closest connections to the ROM’s collections. A strong background of work within a museum environment, knowledge of peer institutions, and experience developing and implementing exhibitions, and working with internal and external stakeholders.
Knowledge of and experience with Islamic archaeology, issues of provenance, and the dynamics of cultural heritage in contemporary works. Working knowledge of at least one language from an Islamic region. A record of peer-reviewed publications is required. Suitable credentials for cross-appointment to the University of Toronto or a similar program are considered a strong asset. ROM Curators are expected to: curate, build the ROM’s Islamic Art, Culture and related collections, and build the collection in new directions; conduct or oversee research on ROM collections within their area of specialization, as well as facilitate research on the collection by outside/visiting scholars; participate in the development of and rotation within new permanent galleries and special exhibitions; develop a program of externally-funded, original, scholarly research and publications, usually relating to ROM collections and exhibitions; actively contribute to the development of public programming in a variety of formats, from on-site to on-line; participate in the development and implementation of plans to engage professional and community stakeholders, including Islamic diasporic communities in Toronto and Canada; participate in fundraising activities to support the ROM’s Islamic program; participate in fulfilling the teaching mission of the Museum, through university teaching and/or through supervision of interns at the Museum; work with the ROM Library to build resources on the study of Islamic Art & Culture.
Duties & Responsibilities: Exhibitions: Work collaboratively with educators, exhibition team, designers and artists in the development, creation, interpretation, and installation of permanent galleries and special exhibitions Research, Publications, Programs, Collections: Collaborate with curatorial colleagues, collectors, patrons, and cultural organizations to generate important exhibitions, publications, and public programs Take responsibility for the Islamic collections, including study, rotation and display, care and record-keeping, provenance research, digitizing and publication Build and refine the collection into new areas, such as Modern and Contemporary art and culture Maintain professional affiliations in scholarly and museum curatorial organizations, professional societies, and relevant committees Fundraising: Actively cultivate support for acquisitions, exhibitions, symposia, research grants, and fellowships through association with professional organizations, foundations, and patrons on local, national, and international levels Public Program/Outreach: Prepare and give lectures, tours, and workshops to volunteers, the general public, professional colleagues, and other groups Compensation (governed by Collective Agreement): $65,828 to $140,556 per annum (commensurate with rank and experience) Full benefit coverage includes medical & dental plan, life insurance, long term disability, and pension The ROM will begin reviewing applications upon receipt; the posting will remain open until the position is filled.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply for this international search; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.Nominations are welcome.To apply in confidence, email 1) letter expressing interest in this particular position, giving brief examples of past exhibition experience and proposed research areas and projects; 2) curriculum vitae; 3) names of three (3) references with contact information.
Submit application by March 1, 2018, to retained search firm: Marilyn Hoffman and Connie Rosemont, Museum Search & Reference, SearchandRef@museum-search.com. For additional information and images, visit: http://museum-search.com/open-searches/.Short-listed candidates subsequently will be asked to provide publication samples.The ROM is committed to fair and accessible employment practices.
Upon request, suitable accommodations are available under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) to applicants invited to an interview. CONTACT INFORMATION: Email: SearchandRef@museum-search.comWebsite: http://museum-search.com/open-searches/ back to top -Toronto-Call for Volunteers (Various Positions)Gardiner Museum As Canada’s only ceramics museum, the Gardiner is committed to celebrating the art of clay and enriching the cultural life of our city.
We are embarking on an exciting year and are looking for new volunteers to join us! If you have energy, enthusiasm, and a few hours each week or month to share with us than the museum may be a great fit for you. Our volunteers are involved in different areas and roles such as at the Front Desk, in the Gardiner Shop, Docents (giving tours), Meet & Greet (welcoming visitors to the galleries), and assisting in the Archives/Library.
Please note, we are currently recruiting for the following areas: Front Desk Gift Shop Meet and Greet Once you are a volunteer of the museum, should other opportunities present themselves we would be happy to train you in other areas. Front Desk Volunteers welcome visitors, process admissions using a POS (Point of Sale) Counterpoint system, provide information on the museum including memberships, programs, and services offered.
Gift Shop Volunteers should enjoy a retail atmosphere, be customer service oriented, and become familiar with the merchandise and artists featured in the shop. Applicant must feel comfortable using a POS (Point of Sale) Counterpoint system or be willing to be trained. Meet and Greet Volunteers welcome visitors to the galleries by providing additional information about the Museum's collections and its history.
If you would like to learn more, join us on March 3rd at 10:00am at the Gardiner Museum (111 Queens Park), please email email@example.com to RSVP. Interested candidates should include a digital copy of their resume. Please note, at this time we are not accepting volunteers who are younger than 18.There are many benefits of volunteering at the Gardiner these include: Working with a friendly and enthusiastic team of individuals; participation in events and excursions, free access to all Gardiner Signature Lectures, reciprocal privileges at a number of other cultural institutions as well as discounts at the Gardiner on programs and in the Gift Shop.
back to top -Orillia-Digitization Assistant (YCW)Orillia Museum of Art & History Application Deadline: April 20, 2018Date Posted: January 15, 2018Start Date: May 14, 2018 The Orillia Museum of Art & History seeks a post-secondary student to fill the position of Digitization Assistant for the summer. The candidate will be expected to accession, describe and catalogue a large collection of archival materials and photographs for the museum collection and online database.
Appropriate storage of the collection will form a part of the position, and requires the use of preventive conservation methods and techniques. The candidate will also support the curatorial team with research. Eligible candidates will be a student returning to post-secondary education, preferably in a related field (Archival, Library or Museum Studies, History or Arts). This position is limited to students who meet the Young Canada Works program’s set criteria and have registered with the online database at www.
youngcanadaworks.gc.ca. Intermediate computer skills are required, while familiarity with database applications, and in particular PastPerfect Museum Software is a definite asset. Applicant must be able to work independently with good clerical accuracy, and have the ability to organize and plan. Time management is also required. Familiarity with artefact handling, archival description standards, and a museum/archives environment are also assets.
Applicant must have excellent English skills, including good verbal and excellent writing abilities. Applicant must have excellent customer service skills and a pleasant manner.Police check, including Vulnerable Sector check mandatory.Length of position: 16 weeks# of positions: 1 Hours/Week: 35 Salary: $14/hrThe Orillia Museum of Art & History is an equal opportunity employer and has in place a Human Resources Policy that it follows with regard to hiring practices for applicants and the participation of the Government of Canada’s job equity groups.
Deadline for application for this position is Friday, April 20, 2018 by 4pm. Applications may be submitted, in confidence, by e-mail, mail, or dropped off in person to the attention of:Ninette GyorodyOrillia Museum of Art & History30 Peter Street S.Orillia, ONL3V 5A9Tel: (705) 326-2159 x101 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe support of Canadian Heritage through the Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations program is gratefully acknowledged back to top -Orillia-Community and Education Programs Assistant (YCW)Orillia Museum of Art & History Application Deadline: April 20, 2018Date Posted: January 15, 2018Start Date: May 14, 2018 The Orillia Museum of Art & History seeks a post-secondary student to fill the position of Community and Education Programs Assistant for the summer.
The candidate will be expected to assist with and facilitate community and education programs. The candidate may also be required to assist museum staff and volunteers with various functions of a not-for profit heritage organization, including, but not limited to, fundraising, administration, museum store procedures and displays, point-of-sale use, and promotion of the museum. Eligible candidates will be a student returning to post-secondary education, preferably in a related field (Archival, Library or Museum Studies, History or Arts and/or Education).
This position is limited to students or recent graduates who meet the Young Canada Works program’s set criteria and have registered with the online database at www.youngcanadaworks.gc.ca. Intermediate computer skills are required, while familiarity with database applications, design and website applications, are a definite asset. Applicant must be able to work independently with good clerical accuracy, and have the ability to organize and plan.
Time management is also required. Must have impeccable interpersonal skills and the ability to engage and motivate others. Knowledge of artistic techniques, materials and best teaching practices an asset. Must have excellent English skills, including good verbal and excellent writing abilities, oral French language skills are an asset. Must have excellent customer service skills and a pleasant manner.
Applicant will need a recent (within the last year) clean police check including a Vulnerable Sector check.Length of position: 16 weeks# of positions: 1 Hours/Week: 40 hrs/week hourly: $14/hrThe Orillia Museum of Art & History is an equal opportunity employer and has in place a Human Resources Policy that it follows with regard to hiring practices for applicants and the participation of the Government of Canada’s job equity groups.
Deadline for application for this position is Friday, April 20 2018 by 4pm. Applications may be submitted, in confidence, by e-mail, mail, or dropped off in person to the attention of:Ninette GyorodyOrillia Museum of Art & History30 Peter Street S.Orillia, ONL3V 5A9Tel: (705) 326-2159 x101E-mail: email@example.comThe support of Canadian Heritage through the Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations program is gratefully acknowledged.
back to top -Orillia-Community Engagement Assistant (YCW)Orillia Museum of Art & History Application Deadline: April 20, 2018Date posted: January 15, 2018Start Date: May 14, 2018 The Orillia Museum of Art & History seeks a post-secondary student to fill the position of Community Engagement Assistant for the summer. The candidate will be expected to assist with interpretive and interactive program development.
The candidate will also support the museum’s community and special events as required. Eligible candidates will be a student returning to post-secondary education, preferably in a related field (Library or Museum Studies, History, Arts, Education, Communications). This position is limited to students or recent graduates who meet the Young Canada Works program’s set criteria and have registered with the online database at www.
youngcanadaworks.gc.ca. Intermediate computer skills are required, while familiarity with database applications, and in particular PastPerfect Museum Software, are a definite asset. The candidate ideally has experience working with youth and/or seniors and must be able to work independently with good clerical accuracy, and have the ability to organize and plan. Time management is also required. Familiarity with a museum/archives environment are also assets.
Must have excellent English skills, including good verbal and excellent writing abilities. Must have excellent customer service skills and a pleasant manner.Applicant will need a recent (within the last year) clean police check including a Vulnerable Sector check.Length of position: 16 weeksHours/Week: 35 Salary: $14/hrThe Orillia Museum of Art & History is an equal opportunity employer and has in place a Human Resources Policy that it follows with regard to hiring practices for applicants and the participation of the Government of Canada’s job equity groups.
Deadline for application for this position is Friday, April 20, 2018 by 4pm. Applications may be submitted, in confidence, by e-mail, mail, or dropped off in person to the attention of:Ninette GyorodyOrillia Museum of Art & History30 Peter Street S.Orillia, ONL3V 5A9Tel: (705) 326-2159E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe support of Canadian Heritage through the Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations program is gratefully acknowledged.
back to top -Orillia-Curatorial Assistant (YCW)Orillia Museum of Art & History Application Deadline: April 20, 2018Date Posted: January 15, 2018Start Date: May 14, 2018 Salary: $14/hour The Orillia Museum of Art & History (Orillia, ON) seeks a post-secondary student to fill the position of Curatorial Assistant for the summer. The Curatorial Assistant will provide support to the Exhibitions and Collections and Research departments primarily through exhibition planning, research, installation, and administration.
The applicant is computer proficient, with some graphic design experience. A background in visual arts and/or Canadian history is recommended. The applicant will be the lead on a major annual special event. Eligible candidates will be a student returning to post-secondary education, preferably in a related field. This position is limited to students or recent graduates who meet the Young Canada Works program’s set criteria and have registered with the online database at www.
youngcanadaworks.gc.ca. Intermediate computer skills are required, while familiarity with database applications, and in particular PastPerfect Museum Software, are a definite asset. Applicant must be able to work independently with good clerical accuracy, and have the ability to organize and plan. Time management is also required. Familiarity with artefact handling, an asset. Must have excellent English skills, including good verbal and excellent writing abilities.
Must have excellent customer service skills and a pleasant manner.Applicant will need a recent clean police check including a Vulnerable Sector check.Length of position: 16 weeks (35 hours per week) # of positions available: 2Hours/Week: Salary: $14/hrThe Orillia Museum of Art & History is an equal opportunity employer and has in place a Human Resources Policy that it follows with regard to hiring practices for applicants and the participation of the Government of Canada’s job equity groups.
Deadline for application for this position is Friday, April 20, 2018 by 4pm. Applications may be submitted, in confidence, by e-mail, mail, or dropped off in person to the attention of:Ninette GyorodyOrillia Museum of Art & History30 Peter Street S.Orillia, ONL3V 5A9Tel: (705) 326-2159 x101E-mail: email@example.comThe support of Canadian Heritage through the Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations program is gratefully acknowledged.
back to top -Toronto-Manager of HR and AdministrationOCAD Student Union Application Deadline: Feburary 16, 2018Date Posted: January 15, 2018 Salary: $27/hrTerm: Full-time ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION: OCAD Student Union The OCAD Student Union is an independent, democratically run student organization with approximately 5000 members, incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation. The OCAD Student Union operates a variety of programs and services on campus at OCAD University including access to: legal services, student advocate, campus food bank, produce delivery program, community drop-in lunch, student grants, social events, and workshops.
The OCAD Student Union is also a representative body, advocating for the best interests of the OCAD U Student body at large with OCAD U administration, governance bodies, and with all levels of government. The OCAD Student Union represents the OCAD University student population within the Canadian Federation of Students. Within the Toronto art and design community, the OCAD Student Union is represented by its subsidiary, Xpace Cultural Centre.
Xpace Cultural Centre is a membership driven artist-run centre supported by the OCAD Student Union and dedicated to providing emerging and student artists with the opportunity to showcase their work in a professional setting.The OCAD Student Union is committed to ensuring that the University campus and broader OCAD U community are inclusive spaces where all members are treated with respect and dignity.
OCADSU encourages applications from everyone, including but not limited to women, Aboriginal peoples, visible minorities, people with disabilities, and persons of all sexual orientations or gender identity. JOB DESCRIPTION: Manager of HR and Administration Duration: Permanent Organization Description: The OCAD Student Union advocates for the best interests of OCAD University Students, representing the student body in dialogue with OCAD U administration and governance bodies, as well as all levels of government.
The OCAD Student Union represents the OCAD University student population within the Canadian Federation of Students as Local 25. Within the Toronto art and design community, the OCAD Student Union is represented by its subsidiary, Xpace Cultural Centre. Xpace Cultural Centre is a membership driven cultural centre supported by the OCAD Student Union and dedicated to providing emerging and student artists, designers and curators with the opportunity to showcase their work in a professional setting.
The OCAD Student Union is committed to ensuring OCAD University campus and broader OCAD U community are inclusive spaces where all members are treated with respect and dignity. The OCAD Student Union operates with an anti-oppressive framework and encourages applications from everyone, especially people from equity-seeking groups. Please note that the OCAD Student Union will endeavour to accommodate job applicants with a disability during the hiring process in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and other applicable legislation.
Reports to: OCAD Student Union Board of DirectorsBoard Liaison: Director of OperationsSupervises: OCAD Student Union Manager of Advocacy Services, Finance Manager, Administrative Assistant, as well as 7- 10 part-time student employees.Working Relationship:OCAD Student Union Executive Directors, Board of Directors, Student Union Lawyer, Xpace Director, Bookkeeping Firm, and other staff and volunteers of the OCAD Student Union.
Salary, Hours of Work & Benefits: $27 per hour, for 30 hours per week, a comprehensive health and dental benefits package, vacation days as well as sick and personal days. Hours of work are scheduled between 9:00am - 4:30pm, Monday to Friday, depending on the availability of shared office space. Responsibilities: The General Manager is responsible for the following areas and where appropriate, may delegate work to carry out these responsibilities.
50% - Human Resources & Staff Management Oversee Hiring Committees for all Student Union employees in conjunction with the Director of Operations, including the Director of Xpace position; Oversee work of all employees working for the OCAD Student Union, including: Manager of Advocacy Services, Finance Manager, Administrative Assistant, Events Coordinator, Campaigns Coordinator, Food Services Coordinator, Hot Lunch Coordinators; Provide training, support, and advice to OCAD Student Union Executives and staff with respect to employee standards and human resources policies; Conduct performance evaluations of all employees and Executive team members alongside with the Director of Operations or appropriate supervisor, bi-annually; Develop work plans and strategies to address personnel issues as they arise, such as disciplinary action, workplace accommodations etc, consulting with the Director of Operations and Managers; Check in with Finance Manager, Manager of Advocacy Services, Lawyer, Director of Xpace, and Bookkeepers about their workload; Schedule office hours and working hours with managers, Executives, and student staff Identify new opportunities for professional growth for Student Union employees, providing mentorship and advice Serve as the first point of contact in mediating conflict, implementing the complaints process, and accommodations requests Write, update, and implement job descriptions, job posts, and employee contracts Liaise with OCAD University’s Financial Aid and Awards office to submit applications and report hours worked to OCAD University’s Institutional Work Study Program for eligible student employees.
Generate IWSP applications and submit reports written by Finance Manager 30 % - Operations and Administration Develop implementation strategies and procedures in consultation with the Manager of Advocacy Services, Director of Operations and Executive Committee for approved and amended by-laws and policies; Develop and maintain annual operations calendar mapping out critical cycles and projects throughout the fiscal year; Ensure the smooth operation of OCAD Student Union events, Board and Executive initiatives, programs and services on campus, such as the OCAD SU free legal advice service, student advocacy services, community drop-in lunch, foodbank, annual campus orientation, community development grants etc.
and support to representatives and staff; Dispense petty cash for office and service needs; make purchases for office Oversee work of OCAD Student Union Administrative Assistant and Food Service Coordinator in coordinating the day-to-day functions of the OCAD Student Union office Serve on organizational, departmental, and campus committees as needed or required, pending approval of the OCAD SU. Draft communication with upper University administration and offer feedback on OCAD U policies and initiatives Maintain set weekly hours dedicated to administrative work Maintain inventory and stock of office supplies, materials and equipment and ensure office equipment is in good working order; assist in general office maintenance to ensure a professional environment, which includes keeping the space tidy, accessible and open to the general student population; Administer use of button maker and popcorn machine Maintain a safe, inclusive work environment that upholds the SU “Safe Space,” mandate, coordinate conflict resolution where needed; Dispense emergency grocery cards to students in need Conduct on the ground logistical work in support of Student Union services, events, and campaigns.
Support work of other managers when they are out of the office. 20% - Corporate Affairs, Governance & Board Support Work with the Manager of Advocacy Services in drafting and developing by-laws and policies of the corporation for OCAD Student Union Board of Directors approval; set timelines for policy approval Ensure the OCAD Student Union is in compliance with legislative requirements and where deficiencies are noted, develop strategies to address compliance issues and advise OCAD Student Union Board of Directors in remedying deficiencies, i.
e. employe standards Ensure all corporate records are filed with appropriate government bodies in a timely manner, such as Annual Summary with Corporations Canada, updated by-laws are filed with Corporations Canada including annual filing of change of directors information Update insurance for the Student Union, annually. Advise the OCAD Student Union Board of Directors and Executive Committee on matters pertaining to corporate affairs, governance practices, and general university issues; Coordinate administrative support for meetings of the OCAD Student Union Board of Directors and for General Meetings of the Membership; Coordinate annual training for Board of Directors and Executive Committee in conjunction with the Manager of Advocacy Services; Act as a resource, providing advice and support to Xpace Cultural Centre, OCAD Student Union Board members, Executives, Committees and Student Groups Coordinate the Elections and By-Elections process with the Manager of Advocacy Services, including hiring of Chief Returning Officer, striking an elections committee, and hiring necessary personnel for voting to take place.
REQUIREMENTS: Qualifications Candidates must possess the following skills, qualifications and experience: Minimum 3 years experience in business administration and/or Not-for-Profit management and/or related experience; Knowledge and experience working in an anti-oppressive framework; Working knowledge of legislation affecting federally and provincially incorporated Not-for-Profit Corporations; Thorough working knowledge of various components in Not-for-Profit corporate governance, such as strategic planning, by-law and policy development and assessment, facilitating work of the board of directors, board relations, committee structures etc; Intermediate level of financial literacy and planning.
Must have minimum 3 years experience with financial administration and experience developing operating budgets; Intermediate level of experience with administrative practices and procedures, with an eye for introducing improvements and best practices; Experience in resource allocation, leadership modelling, and the coordination of people and resources; An ability to motivate, develop, and direct people as they work, identifying the best people and skillset for a project; Knowledge and experience of personnel recruitment, selection, training, compensation and benefits, labor relations and negotiations within an anti-oppressive framework; The ability to monitor and assess one’s own performance, as well as the performance of other individuals, and/or organizations in order to make improvements or take corrective action as required; Critical thinking skills and the ability to make decisions in a fast paced environment, the ability to anticipate the costs and benefits of potential actions and being able to choose as well as advise on the most appropriate direction; Excellent oral,written communication and comprehension skills, and the ability to discern which information is most vital to communicate at an appropriate time; Strong interpersonal and conflict resolution skills; Excellent time management skills with the ability to multi-task, the ability to manage one’s own time and the time of others.
TO APPLY: Send your resume and cover letter in a single document (in PDF or Word format) to firstname.lastname@example.org addressed to the Hiring Committee with subject line "OCAD SU Manager, HR and Administration” by Friday, February 16th, 2018. Applicants may be asked to produce a writing sample. Questions and inquiries can be emailed to this same email address. The OCAD Student Union regrets it is unable to respond to inquiries by phone.
Please note, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.The first round of interviews will be scheduled in March 2018. The desired start date is April- May, 2018 back to top -Markham-Summer Camp CounsellorVarley Art Gallery Application Deadline: March 3, 2018Date Posted: January 12, 2018 Salary: $14.00 (CAD) Hourly Job Description The City of Markham is a dynamic and change-oriented leader among Canadian municipalities.
The recipient of multiple environmental awards, we are recognized for our innovative sustainability and urban planning initiatives as much as for our fiscal accountability. More than 320,000 residents call Markham home and benefit from our rich heritage, culturally diverse environment, vibrant local economy and focus on quality of life. Applications are now being accepted for the Camp Counsellor - Varley Art Gallery position in the Culture Department within the Community and Fire Services Commission.
To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume on-line at https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=markham&jobId=229699&lang=en_CA&source=CC3 by March 3, 2018. Job SummarySupervises a group of campers at the City of Markham's Varley Art Gallery's Summer & Holiday Day Camps with responsibilities including facilitating lessons, program delivery and administration.
Supervises a group of 8-10 campers (children or youth) in addition to volunteers. Through effective leadership and programming, enables children and youth to develop skills, make friends, socialize and build self-esteem. Accountable for the well-being of a group of campers under the guidance of the Camp Supervisor, ensuring camp activities are safe, educational, inclusive, high-quality and meet the Varley Art Gallery's overall goals.
Job Duties & Responsibilities: Facilitates daily camp activities such as games, art activities and special events, educational museum-themed activities. Helps to ensure programming is adapted to camper needs with regards to quality, safety, hygiene, weather, breaks etc. Promptly reports absences to the Camp Supervisor, maintains ratios and completes headcounts according to the City Camp policies and procedures Delivers activity plans as written and approved by the Camp Supervisors, Summer Program Coordinator and Program Coordinator.
Ensures lessons have been reviewed and are ready to be presented to the campers prior to the program delivery. Participates in the delivery of the before and after care program Prioritizes child well-being, safety and protection throughout the camp. Evaluates situations for potential risks to the safety, protection and well-being of campers and staff, proactively taking mitigating actions to address such risks.
Ensures the well-being, safety and protection of each camper in his/her assigned group Serves as a liaison with parents of campers, reinforcing City of Markham customer service, diversity and inclusion (special needs, ethno-cultural, English as second language, socio-economic) Prepares and organizes program equipment and supplies, reporting any inventory shortages to the Camp Supervisor Demonstrates the confidence and ability to make decisions independently of peers and in the best interests of the campers.
Resolves problems and conflicts effectively as they arise. Ensures all participants are aware of upcoming events and schedule changes. Organizes and assists with set-up and clean-up of camp events, activities and programs Follows City of Markham policies and procedures in program activities Maintains positive, constructive relationships with camp staff and volunteers with the goal of meeting camper needs.
Works with Inclusion staff as needed to ensure all campers are able to participate. Coaches and mentors volunteers and campers, providing feedback to the Volunteer Coordinator through formal assessments Provides regular updates and feedback to the Camp Supervisor Participates in orientation and training sessions, supporting the Camp Supervisor where necessary Attends and participates in staff meetings Other duties as required Qualifications Minimum age is 16 Currently enrolled in a secondary or post-secondary institution.
Studies in visual arts, education, arts administration, early childhood education or art history an asset. Experience working with children, knowledge of child development and previous experience in a gallery setting is an asset Experience in a leadership capacity is required (i.e. student council member, leadership role on youth council, previous experience as a camp counsellor/junior camp counsellor/volunteer) Completion of counsellor-in-training/leader-in-training program would be an asset Previous camp experience is an asset Current Standard First Aid with CPR 'C' is required HIGH FIVE Healthy Child Development certificate is required Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) is an asset Service Excellence: Meets or exceeds service standards when interacting with customers in the community and in the organization.
Change & Innovation: Responds positively and professionally to change and helps others through change. Teamwork & Relationship Building: Interacts with others in an inclusive, collaborative and respectful way that creates effective working relationships. Communication: Communicates in a clear, professional and respectful way; demonstrates active listening. Accountable & Results Oriented: Demonstrates ethical behaviour and accountability, aligns with City values, and abides by relevant policies and legislation.
Management & Leadership: Demonstrates self-management, professionalism and engagement; leads by example. All required certificates must be in good standing by the end of May 2018. All offers of employment for this position will be conditional on satisfactory reference checks and vulnerable sector screening checks as required for the City of Markham. Summer student applicants must be currently enrolled in a full-time educational institution and must also be returning full-time for the fall season.
Eligibility in Young Canada Works program in Canadian Heritage is required. The City of Markham is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. We thank all those applicants who have applied, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Please respect our scent free area by not wearing scented products when visiting the office.
back to top -Markham-Summer Camp SupervisorVarley Art Gallery Application Deadline: March 10, 2018Date Posted: January 12, 2018 Salary: $14.07-$14.99 (CAD) HourlyThe City of Markham is a dynamic and change-oriented leader among Canadian municipalities. The recipient of multiple environmental awards, we are recognized for our innovative sustainability and urban planning initiatives as much as for our fiscal accountability.
More than 320,000 residents call Markham home and benefit from our rich heritage, culturally diverse environment, vibrant local economy and focus on quality of life.Job DescriptionApplications are now being accepted for the Summer Camp Supervisor position at the Varley Art Gallery, in the Culture & Economic Development within the Development Services Commission. To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume on-line at www.
markham.ca/jobs by March 10, 2018. Job SummaryThe Summer Camp Supervisor manages campers weekly in the Varley Art Gallery’s Summer Art Camps with responsibilities including curriculum and art-based program planning, program delivery and administration. They will oversee up to 44 campers ranging from 5 to 13 years of age, while supervising and coaching up to 10-15 staff including counsellors, specialists, and volunteers.
Through effective leadership and programming, children and youth will develop skills, make friends, socialize and build self-esteem. The Summer Camp Supervisor is accountable for day-to-day operations under the guidance of the Summer Program Coordinator, ensuring camp activities are safe, educational, inclusive, high quality and meets the Gallery’s overall goals. One of the Camp Supervisors will focus on camp administration for the Summer Art Camps.
Job Duties: Conducts extensive research in preparation for program planning, including academic and art resource materials and texts. Is responsible for completion of detailed program plan and handouts. Works in close collaboration with the Summer Program Coordinator to ensure programs are of the highest standard and appropriate for diverse learners or varying ages and abilities. Organizes daily camp activities according to High Five principles and City of Markham policies, ensuring programming is adapted to camper needs with regards to quality, safety, hygiene, weather, breaks etc.
Creates clear and detail art supply needs according to budget provided by the Summer Program Coordinator, Delivers quality art programming through a combination of lectures, demonstrations, visual presentations, creative play and exercises while adapting to a diverse group of learners. Coaches and mentors Summer Camp Specialists with program planning preparation, delivery and assessment strategies.
Organizes and assists with set-up and clean-up of camp events, activities and programs. Prioritizes child well-being, safety and protection throughout the camp. Evaluates situations for potential risks to the safety, protection and well-being of campers and staff, proactively taking mitigating actions to address such risks. Acts as a leader role model, fostering a positive, open and creative learning environment where people feel included as members of a team and are motivated to work towards common goals.
Serves as a liaison with parents of campers, reinforcing City of Markham customer service, diversity and inclusion (special needs, ethno-cultural, English as second language, socio-economic). Completes extensive training and orientation of the content of the gallery's current exhibitions. Responsible for touring campers through the exhibition galleries in an educational capacity under the direction of the Summer Program Coordinator, Educational Coordinator and Curator.
Ensures that themes and concepts in the exhibition are consistently and accurately reflected in studio program delivery. Participates in the orientation, training, coaching and recognition to staff and volunteers, working in conjunction with full-time culture staff. Assists with the on-going training, coaching and recognition to staff and volunteers. Provides informal feedback and formal feedback at weekly staff meetings and completes formal performance assessments for all direct reports.
Controls supplies and equipment inventory for sessions, ensuring that all necessary supplies and equipment are ordered and received in accordance with City policies. Responsible for attendance records, camp logbooks as well as participates in sign in and sign out procedures. Demonstrates the confidence and ability to make decisions independently of peers and in the best interests of the campers. Resolves problems and conflicts effectively as they arise.
Reports all incidents promptly and thoroughly to the Summer Program Coordinator using incident report forms and processes. Maintains camp documentation, including registration information, permission and waiver forms, attendance records, incident reports and time sheets. Completes a full written report on the camp session including feedback and recommendations to the Summer Camp Program Coordinator weekly.
Responsible for effective and efficient communication to all stakeholders including parents, campers staff and special guests as well as managing phone and e-mail inquiries in a timely manner Ensures adherence of policies and procedures working closely with other supervisors to ensure consistency under the guidance of the Summer Program Coordinator and Program Coordinator. Serves as an ambassador for the Corporation of the City of Markham, liaising with Camp Supervisors and counsellors, and resolving any issues with the support of the Program Coordinator.
Displays a heightened sense of customer service. Other duties as required. Qualifications Currently enrolled in a post-secondary institution in education, visual arts, design, media arts, art history, arts administration or related field Past camp experience demonstrating significant leadership capabilities Extensive knowledge of program planning, visual art practice, arts history, arts administration and child development stages Demonstrated experience developing, organizing and carrying out both regular daily and special programs Knowledge of art gallery best practices an asset Expertise in any of the following areas would be an asset: drawing, painting, sculpture, fashion design, interior design, photography or digital media Current Standard First Aid with CPR 'C' required HIGH FIVE Healthy Child Development certification required HIGH FIVE Quest certification is an asset Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) is an asset Computer skills (Microsoft Office applications, Adobe Acrobat) and knowledge of CLASS applications are an asset Demonstrates creativity and innovation in program planning skills Service Excellence: Leads and supports staff in meeting or exceeding service standards when interacting with customers.
Change & Innovation: Effectively implements change and supports and involves staff through change transitions. Teamwork & Relationship Building: Leads and supports staff in working together collaboratively, fosters teamwork and inclusion, and cultivates relationships. Communication: Models active listening and clear communication, and supports staff members in communicating effectively.
Accountable Results Oriented: Role models ethical behaviour and accountability; clarifies expectations, policies and legislation and supports staff in meeting them. Management & Leadership: Supports a positive work environment, develops and enables staff, sets clear expectations, provides regular feedback, and addresses performance. All required certificates must be in good standing by the end of May 2018.
Eligibility in the Young Canada Works program in Canadian Heritage may be required. Summer student applicants must be currently enrolled full-time in an educational institution and must also be returning full-time for the fall season. All offers of employment for this position will be conditional on satisfactory reference checks and vulnerable sector screening checks as required for the City of Markham.
The City of Markham is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. We thank all those applicants who have applied, however only those applications selected for an interview will be contacted. Please respect our scent free area by not wearing scented products when visiting the office. back to top -Ottawa-Assistant Curator - Drawings and Prints (Contract)National Gallery of Canada Job Title: Conservation Assistant - Drawings and Prints (9 months + possibility of extension or permanence)Competition Nunber: 17-OC-108Posting Date: January 2018Closing Date: January 31, 208Department: Drawings and PrintsHours of work:Full time (37.
5 hours per week)Duration of employment: DeterminedClassification: L / N 05 Conservation AssistantSalary: $53,170 - $67,500 / yearLanguage Requirements: English CBB / French CBB (Reading, Writing, Oral)Affiliation: PIPSC JOB SUMMARY: The Department of Drawings and Prints is responsible for a collection of more than 25,000 works on paper created between the 15th and 20th centuries by Canadian and international artists.
Under the direction of the Senior Curator of Drawings and Prints, the Assistant Curator supports the activities of the department by assisting in the documentation, maintenance, development, study and administration of the department collection of drawings and prints of the National Gallery of Canada; contributing to the development, internally and externally, of the collection of drawings and prints through the planning and production of exhibitions, installations, publications, digital content, conferences and guided tours presenting works of art on paper.
REQUIREMENTS: Master's degree in art history or related field; or equivalent experience. Thorough knowledge of art history, and special interested in historical and modern art. Advanced skills in research on art and its history, particularly in the field of prints and drawings. Knowledge of engraving and drawing techniques and materials. Knowledge of current art museums methodologies and practices.
Experience working in an art museum would be an asset. Excellent communication, interpersonal and writing skills; the ability to read one or more foreign languages would be an asset. Ability to coordinate, prioritize, multi-task, meet deadlines, work effectively under pressure, and work independently or in a team. Excellent computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, collection databases, etc.
). Note to applications: According to staffing process, the Human Resources Department of the National Gallery of Canada invites qualified applicants to participate in an email interview. If you have chosen the option of not receiving e-mails about an offer of employment in this organization, please note that we will not be able to contact you to invite you to participate in an interview. Applicants are encouraged to ensure that the e-mail Consent parameters are set in their profile have been set to allow for the receipt of e-mails, and to regularly check their spam or junk e-mail folder.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Must meet the bilingualism requirement to be invited to the interview stage. Reliability rating. This element is not used in the preselection step. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: A variety of evaluation methods could be used; The Nation Gallery of Canada (NGC) is committed to building a skilled wowrkforce that reflects the diversity of the Canadian population. As a result, it promotes employment equity and encourages you to voluntarily indicate on your aplication whether you are a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority; The NGC is also committed to creating inclusive and barrier-free selection processes and work environments.
Modified assessment methods and / or reasonable accommodations are available upon request; Contract with possibilty of extension or permanence. To see the waiver statement click here TO APPLY FOR THE POSITION THROUGH CLICK HERE back to top -Toronto-Chief Digital OfficerRoyal Ontario Museum (ROM) Application Deadline: TBDDate Posted: January 8, 2018Salarly: $186,873 - $219,850 per annumTerm: Full-timeUpper Management Position ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION: Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) connects visitors to their world and each other.
The ROM is an indispensable resource for building community by nurturing discovery and inspiring wonder. The ROM invites everyone to explore and enjoy extraordinary experiences of science and civilization. For more information about the ROM, visit www.rom.on.ca. JOB DESCRIPTION: Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), Toronto ON The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), one of the most renowned cultural institutions in North America, showcases art, culture and nature from around the world and across the ages.
In 2016/17, the ROM welcomes more than 1.35 million visitors from Canada and around the world. This represented the highest attendance of any single museum in Canada and ranks 9th in North America. As a contemporary Museum, the ROM continues to evolve, redefine/reimagine itself and embrace innovation. The ROM is focused on deepening its connection with visitors; animating the museum experience; opening its doors wider to communities; and being a catalyst for new ideas.
The Museum is committed to introducing innovative ways to employ the newest technologies to create a physical and digital institution for the 21st century. The Chief Digital Officer (CDO) will create an immersive, interactive and engaging visitor experience. In an increasingly digital world, where everything from marketing to visitor engagement and customer service is becoming digitally infused, the Chief Digital Officer is more important than ever in helping to integrate digital thinking into the Museum’s strategies and mission driven activities.
As CDO, you will understand how to use technology to connect with the contemporary audience and contribute to the quality of the experience onsite and online.Reporting to the Deputy Director, Operations & CFO, and working closely with the CEO, you will be responsible for the Museum’s digital and technology strategies, and drive the innovative use of technologies to provide immersive and transformative digital experiences and educational interpretive material for the Museum’s exhibitions, collections and other activities.
As Chief Digital Officer (CDO), you will transform systems and the use of systems, by developing and then implementing strategy, and will be a driving force integrating digital thinking into all of the Museum’s activities and fostering a culture of innovation and creativity.You are a transformational and strategic leader with at least ten (10) years of management experience in a world-class organization, some of it, ideally, in a museum or related setting.
You are seasoned in strategic technology planning, execution and policy development. You are a subject matter expert in digital strategy, technologies and products across multiple platforms, and an evangelist for the power of digital. You are a strong communicator with the ability to interact with Boards, partners, sponsors, volunteers and government, and entrepreneurial in the pursuit of resources to support your vision.
To explore this exciting opportunity further, please contact Shannon Cooper at email@example.com or submit in confidence your resume and related information online at http://www.odgersberndtson.com/en/careers/13932. Applications for this position will be accepted and reviewed until the position is filled. Salary for a Chief Digital Officer is commensurate with experience, starting from $186,873 - $219,850 per annum.
The Royal Ontario Museum is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, upon request, accommodation will be provided by both Odgers Berndtson and the Royal Ontario Museum throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities. CONTACT INFORMATION: Shannon Coopershannon.cooper@odgersberndtson.
comrom.on.ca back to top -Toronto-Commercial Operations ManagerMuseum of Contemporary Art Canada CONTEXT: The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada (MOCA) is in a defining phase of its evolution, as it moves into a landmark heritage building and advances 20 years of exhibiting, collecting and nurturing innovative contemporary art and cultural practices. In spring 2018, MOCA will open its 55,000 square foot purpose-designed home in a former industrial space in Toronto's Junction Triangle.
The museum will function as an inclusive cultural catalyst where artists and audiences can step into a wider world of contemporary art, and be part of a global movement defined by new ideas and new forms. The expanded MOCA will realize its vision through three major exhibitions per year accompanied by a cohesive set of complimentary programs, 20+ artist production studios and a renewed commitment to the permanent collection.
The institution will be unique in Toronto for putting artists and constituents at the core of its programming, while at the same time seeking international partnerships to encourage exchange and plurality. POSITION SUMMARY Closing: Open until filledEffective: ImmediatelyEmployment Type: Full-time salariedReporting to: Director of Finance & AdministrationLevel: Management The Commercial Operations Manager will play a critical role in overseeing the daily operations and leading the commercial activities of the museum.
They will be responsible for developing and implementing strategies to optimize revenue, attendance and user experience as the museum prepares to open its doors in spring 2018. This is a tremendous opportunity for an entreprenurial operations professional to maximize and strengthen the internal capacity of an emerging cultural institution, poised to expend its presence and global reach. RESPONSIBILITIES: Commercial Services Strategic management of all commercial activities at MOCA includuing admissions, the venue rental program, food & beverage offerings and the retail shop.
In consultation with the Director of Finance & Administration, proactively plan, develop & implement a commercial strategy for MOCA in order to maximize earned revenue adn commercial activities, identifying new sources of revenue. Facilitation of the venue rental program at MOCA by leading tours of spaces, booking/selling rentals and communicating with clients and vendors throughout the process.
Development and execution of all venue rental contracts and facilitation of financial transactions in conjunction with the Finance department. Activiely solicit new rental prospects and collaborate with the Marketing Department to develop marketing strategies and plans for the promotion of museum facilities for events. Alongside the Director of Finance & Administration, oversee retail shop operations and liaise with a third party retail vendor, MOCA's programming team and other suppliers to curate, stock and maintain shop inventory.
Work with the Director of Programming to develop and manage a program for MOCA editions. Achieve budgeted sales targets, analyze earned revenue performance, and monitor progress against targets with a view to increasing profitability of commercial activities. Contribute to the development of strategies to maximize attendance. Administration of all procedures and policies relating to commercial operations at MOCA.
Museum Operations Management of all front-of house activities, such as scheduling staff/volunteers and ensuring closing of daily sales batches and reconciliation of cash receipts. Responsibility for museum customer/constituent relations ensuring delivery of a high standard of service. Establish a Health and Safety policy and program ensuring adherence to relevant legislation and the safety and security of MOCA's staff, volunteers, contractors and constituents.
Facilities Management Management of overall museum facilities ensuring high standards of maintenance, security, and safety are achieved while providing the most efficient use of space and resources. Oversight of relationships with contractors, suppliers and outside professionals, including third party vendors providing retail operations (book and gift shop, cafe), sublease tenants, and security and cleaning services.
Internal coordination of all on-site events and venue rentals including scheduling of museum spaces and the set-up, supervision and clean-up of events. Staff Management Hire, develop, motivate, coach and manage a complete front-of-house team, including gallery attendants, retail and welcome desk staff. Implementation and management of a volunteer program including recruitment, training and identification of opportunities for volunteer involvement at the museum.
QUALIFICATIONS: Experience and Skills Relevant post-secondary education, preferably in commerce, business or arts administration 5+ years business experience managing front-of-house operations, retail or other commercial activity, ideally in a public-facing attraction or facility Demonstrated experience running commercial venue rentals and providing high quality customer service Highly organized with the ability to manage multiple activities at once to meet tight deadlines Strong contract management and negotiation skills Experience managing budgets of $100K+ and generating financial reports Advanced Microsoft Office skills, experience with Tessitura and basic understanding of A/V equipment considered an asset Demonstrated track record in hiring, motivating and developing effective teams Experience working at a multi-stakeholder not-for-profit and/or in a start-up environment is considered an asset Additional Requirements A high energy, resourceful, solution orientation with a hands-on management style Demonstrated ability to work and effectively interface with colleagues, board members, and the public.
A collaborative team player Ability to operate as an effective tactical and strategic thinker yet effectively execute lower level "hands on" responsibilities; an agile problem solver Ability to remain calm and clear-headed under pressure; positive and constructure personal style An understanding that working hours may on occasion include evenings and weekends Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, sound judgment and a keen interest in the mission of MOCA Please submit applications to humanresources@museumofcontemporaryart.
ca Applications must be submitted as one pdf including a letter of motivation, a maximum two-page CV and your salary expections. Incomplete submissions will not be considered. Please indicate the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email. The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada advocates equal opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment and is committed to diversity in the workplace.
back to top -Vancouver-President & Vice-ChancellorEmily Carr University of Art + Design Emily Carr University of Art + Design is the only accredited public university in British Columbia solely devoted to the creative sector. A dynamic, nimble learning community, Emily Carr is a worldwide centre of excellence in trans-disciplinary, inclusive, and socially engaged art and design education and research: the University and its alumni are shaping cultural geography, from the local to the global.
Located in the diverse city of Vancouver, on the strikingly beautiful West Coast of Canada, Emily Carr has opened a new state-of-the-art campus for 21st-century learning and public engagement, in the growing cultural centre of Great Northern Way.Established in 1925, Emily Carr University of Art + Design is home to a 1,855 FTE student body and more than 300 faculty, staff, and administrators. The University offers certificate and undergraduate programs that are globally recognized as central to their communities of practice, and graduate programs and research agendas that shape new and emerging practices and scholarship.
Emily Carr seeks a full-time, permanent President + Vice Chancellor who will work with the diverse constituencies of the University to maintain its core strengths while developing its emerging potential. With leadership that is inclusive, progressive, and agile, the President will foster interconnection and interdisciplinary collaboration, building relationships internally and with Emily Carr’s broader communities, including the arts community and Indigenous peoples.
With a deep affinity for art and design culture, the President will champion a dedicated and passionate faculty, staff, and student body, continuing to develop the University’s reputation and scholarly impact.As Chief Executive of the University, the President + Vice Chancellor will report to the Board of Governors and play an integral role in establishing and achieving Emily Carr’s strategic direction and academic priorities.
The President will act with full authority of the Board and on behalf of the University for all internal and external matters affecting Emily Carr. The President will provide leadership and direction to Emily Carr’s senior leadership team, as well as to the community of the University more broadly, including academic, professional, and administrative staff.The ideal candidate will be an accomplished scholar with a terminal degree, proven leadership experience in academic settings, and strong ties to the art, design, and creative industries.
Engaging, intellectually curious, and courageous, Emily Carr’s new President will explore the unknown and create emergent opportunities, sharing the University’s belief that education and research in the creative fields is vital for the cultural and economic growth of local and global communities. Emily Carr University of Art + Design address: 520 East 1st Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5T 0H2. Qualifications and accountabilities: terminal degree (MFA or Ph.
D) and senior academic leadership experience (10 years +) sufficient to lead a university with over 300 faculty and staff and over 1,800 students. Excellent written and oral communication in English are required.All responses to Caldwell Partners are confidential. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. Please indicate your interest in Project 170617 at www.
caldwellpartners.com/apply.php or email Rochelle Miller: firstname.lastname@example.org back to top -Toronto-Board OfficerGallery 1313 Application Deadline: February 26, 2018Date Posted: November 17, 2017Start Date: March 6, 2018 Volunteer Position JOB DESCRIPTION Gallery 1313 , an artist run centre and not for profit organization with charitable status seeks several new Board Members to join in helping the gallery continue to offer the best in contemporary art.
Gallery 1313 is going into its 21st year of operation and has had some board members retiring after completing their term . The present board seeks a board member preferably with prior board experience who can help with development .and has appropriate financial knownledge .We are also seeking someone with marketing and communication skills to help utilize their skills in attracting new audiences and visitors .
We are currently looking for Individuals should have a strong interest in contemporary art and be familiar with thenot for profit sector .We are looking for a lawyer to serve on the Board to give ocasional advice. Persons serving on the Board can expect to contribute 4-5 hours monthly and may serve on sub committees as well as the Board. Board Meetings are monthly with some subcommittee work as well .
Board members are expected to stay for a two year term . Please call the gallery if you have any inquiries . Intererested individuals should send their their cv and letter of interest to email@example.com REQUIREMENTS: Development Officer An individual who has prior board experience and has done fundraising would be desired .Other finanial experience might include planning budgets and helping with annual reports .
Communications / Marketing Officer An individual with communications and marketing background , prior board experience and knowledge of the not for profit sector would be required. The individual would also sit on a communications subcommittee and work to help with a communications strategy . A good knowledge of social media would be useful for this position . Legal Board Officer A person who is a practicing lawyer and has an interest in contemporary art .
This person would give occasional legal advice on contracts and Board governance . TO APPLY: Please send in a current CV , a letter of interest and any available revelant references to firstname.lastname@example.org . Seleted persons will be notified for interviews. CONTACT INFORMATION: Phil Anderson, Director(416) email@example.com back to top
Diverse Vital Art Principles have evolved complete distinctive eras, with the changing artists' perceptions of processing, examining, and responding to varied artwork kinds. Their inventive expressions have already been explored by their generation, functionality, and participation in arts. Every single historic era has given novel contribution of historical and cultural contexts for developing the important thing Arts Fundamentals from the relevant period of time. Visual Arts aid artists assimilate the main element Arts Ideas of Symmetry, Colour, Sample, Contrast as well as dissimilarities amongst one or maybe more elements while in the composition. The crucial element Art Principles of Visual Arts aid realize and distinguish between the scale for example, Symmetry & Asymmetry, Positive & Negative Space, Light & Dark, Solid & Transparent, and Large & Small.See Also: Minecraft Pixel Art Deadpool
Art plays a vibrant role within the personal life on the individual as well as inside the social and economic development of the nation. The study of Visible arts encourages personal development and the awareness of both our cultural heritage and the role of art during the society. The learner acquires personal knowledge, skills and competencies through activities in Visible arts. When one studies Visual arts, he/she would come to appreciate or recognize that artwork is an integral part of everyday life.
Amherstburg Gibson Gallery (Fort Malden Guild of Arts & Crafts)140 Richmond StreetAmherstburg, Ontario, N9V 1G4Bonnie Deslippe, Office Administrator/ Publicity ChairPhone (519) 736-2826Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.gibsonartgallery.comAFFILIATE MEMBERC. 1896 This beautifully restored Michigan Central RR Station presents works by local artists, photographers, accomplished stitchers and travelling exhibits.
Art and craft lessons, our unique Artisan Shoppe and three needle art guilds make our designated historic building a vital centre for the visual arts. Our Caboose museum highlights local railroad history. The Gallery is owned and operated by the Fort Malden Guild of Arts & Crafts, a charitable organization incorporated in 1975.Updated 16-Jul-14 Barrie Campus Gallery: Georgian CollegeGeorgian College1 Georgian DriveBarrie, Ontario L4M 3X9Gary Evans, Director/Curator & Program CoordinatorPhone (705) 728-1968 ext.
1281 / Fax (705) 722-1523Email: email@example.comWeb site: http://www.georgiancollege.ca/community-alumni/campus-gallery/AFFILIATE MEMBERThe Georgian College Campus Gallery's mandate is to deliver a diversity of visual arts programming. This reflects the multiplicity of contemporary art, craft and design in the immediate area. The exhibitions feature emerging, mid career and senior artists; designers, artisans and students in post decondary arts education.
Updated 28-Nov-16 MacLaren Art Centre 37 Mulcaster Street Barrie, Ontario L4M 3M2Carolyn Bell Farrell, Executive DirectorRenée van der Avoird, Assistant Curator/RegistrarEmily McKibbon, Assistant Curator/Collections ManagerPhone (705) 721-9696 / Fax (705) 735-6935Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.maclarenart.comART GALLERY MEMBERThe MacLaren Art Centre is the regional art gallery serving the residents of the County of Simcoe, Barrie, Orillia and the surrounding area.
The Gallery's mission is to engage and enrich the immediate and larger community by providing innovative and relevant visual arts programming. The MacLaren Art Centre has a permanent collection of 27,400 works of art held in trust for the public and presents a year-round program of world-class exhibitions, art education activities and special events. The MacLaren is housed in a 24,000 square-foot award-winning building.
This architectural landmark in downtown Barrie combines a renovated 1917 Carnegie Library and a contemporary addition by Siamak Hariri of Hariri Pontarini Architects. The complex includes multiple galleries, an education centre, a sculpture courtyard, cafe, gift shop and framing department. As a cornerstone of culture in this region, the Gallery is commiteed to building a vibrant, healthy and creative community.
Updated 03-May-16 Belleville Belleville Public Library and John M. Parrott Art Gallery254 Pinnacle StreetBelleville, Ontario K8N 3B1Susan Holland, CuratorPhone (613) 968-6731 x. 2222 / Fax (613) 968-6841Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.bellevillelibrary.comAFFILIATE MEMBEREstablished as part of the Belleville Public Library in 1973, the John M. Parrott Art Gallery Collects and shows works by regional emerging and professional artists as well as holding and exhibiting a large number of oil paintings by Canadian artist Manly MacDonald.
Updated 09-May-17 Bowmanville The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington143 Simpson Avenue, P.O. Box 52Dionne Powlenzuk, Executive DirectorPhone (905) 623-5831Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.vac.caART GALLERY MEMBEREstablished in 1976, The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington provides exciting local, regional, and national contemporary art exhibitions and education programming to the Durham Region.
Housed in the historic Cream of Barley Mill, the Visual Arts Centre reaches into the community with its Art on Public Lands, Curriculum Connections, Winter WonderLearn and pARTners projects. Updated 12-Feb-2018 Brampton The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives9 Wellington Street EastBrampton, Ontario L6W 1Y1Thomas Smart, Art Gallery Curator and Supervisor of Education and ProgramsGerrie Loveys, Assistant Curator - Art Collection, Exhibitions, Community Projects Phone (905) 791-4055 / Fax (905) 451-4931 Email: gerrie.
email@example.comWeb site:http://www.pama.peelregion.ca/en/index.aspART GALLERY MEMBERThe Art Gallery exhibits and collects, preserves and makes accessible the visual arts and culture of Peel, building bridges to the many diverse communities both within and outside the region. The Gallery features a wide variety of changing shows - plus ongoing exhibitions drawn from our outstanding permanent collection.
Updated 09-May-17 Brantford Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant 20 Ava RoadBrantford, Ontario N3T 5G9Ana Olson, Gallery DirectorPhone (519) 756-5932 / Fax (519) 756-5910Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.glenhyrst.ca ART GALLERY MEMBER Located in a beautifully landscaped sixteen-acre park on the banks of the Grand River, Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant was established in 1958 to provide a programme that would stimulate an interest in and appreciation of the arts and encourage creative activities within the community.
The gallery is home to a significant collection of works by 19th-century artist Robert Reginald Whale and his descendants, contemporary works of art on paper by national and international artists, and an expanding collection of outdoor art in the gardens. Throughout the year the Gallery offers a schedule of exhibitions of contemporary fine art featuring works by local, regional, and national artists.
Complemented by lectures, tours, and special events. Updated 09-May-17 Woodland Cultural Centre184 Mohawk Street, P.O. Box 1506Brantford, Ontario N3T 5V6Paula Whitlow, Executive DirectorNaomi Johnson, Artistic Director (maternity leave)Gyeho Thomas, Artistic AssociatePhone (519) 759-2650/ Fax (519) 759-2445Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.woodlandcentre.caAFFILIATE MEMBERThe Woodland Cultural Centre is a First Nations educational and Cultural Centre.
It was established in 1972 to protect, promote, interpret and present the history, language, intellect and cultural heritage of the Anishnabe and Onkwehoniwe. This mandate is from our member nations: Wahtu Mohawks Six Nations of the Grand River and the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte. Updated 28-June-2017 Bright's Grove Gallery in the Grove2618 Hamilton RoadBright's Grove, Ontario N0N 1C0Kirsten Kilner Holmes, Volunteer ChairpersonPhone (519) 869-4643Email: info@galleryinthegrove.
comWeb site: www.galleryinthegrove.comAFFILIATE MEMBERGallery in the Grove focuses on exhibiting the art of established and emerging artists. The gallery is known locally for its outstanding commitment to art education programs.Updated 09-May-17 Burlington Art Gallery of Burlington1333 Lakeshore RoadBurlington, Ontario L7S 1A9Robert Steven, President and CEODenis Longchamps, Artistic Director & Chief CuratorPhone (905) 632-7796 / Fax (905) 632-0278Email: info@artgalleryofburlington.
comWeb site: www.artgalleryofburlington.comART GALLERY MEMBERFormerly known as the Burlington Art Centre, the Art Gallery of Burlington (AGB) was formed through a grassroots process by regional arts co-operatives and guilds. Our building was opened in 1978 as a facility for these groups to develop dedicated studios in the area of photography, handweaving and spinning, sculpture and woodcarving, ceramics, fine arts, and hooking craft.
The role of the AGB quickly expanded to include that of a public art gallery with exhibitions, publications, a unique collection of contemporary Canadian ceramics, and educational programs. The AGB champions the role and value of art in life.Updated 09-May-17 Cambridge Cambridge Art Galleries | Idea ExchangeDesign at Riverside7 Melville Street, SouthCambridge, Ontario N1S 2H4Phone (519) 621-0460 ext.
200 / Fax (519) 621-2080Queen's Square Gallery and Administrative Office1 North SquareCambridge, Ontario N1S 2K6Phone (519) 621-0460 / Fax (519) 621-2080Preston Gallery435 King Street EastCambridge, Ontario N3H 3N1Phone (519) 653-3236 / Fax (519) 621-2080Aidan Ware, Gallery DirectorIga Janik, Curator, Contemporary ArtEsther E. Shipman, Curator, Architecture and DesignRobert Thody, Education OfficerSaša Rajšić, Art Installation TechnicianAmanda Langis, Collection Management AssistantCherie Fawcett, Gallery AssistantEmail: aware@ideaexchange.
orgWeb site: http://ideaexchange.org/artART GALLERY MEMBEREstablished in 1977, Cambridge Art Galleries curates exhibitions with a contemporary focus both at Queen's Square and Preston gallery locations. Our Design at Riverside gallery began programming in 2004 with a focus on presenting exhibitions that feature architecture and design. Although our mandate is to collect Canadian textile-based works which was influenced by the region's textile industry heritage, the collection is decidedly contemporary and represents artists from across Canada.
Extensive art education activities include curriculum-based programs, lectures, studio programs and tours. Updated 12-Oct-2017 Cavan Galerie Q1521 County Road 10Cavan, ON L0A 1C0Valerie Kent, External LiasonPhone: (705) 944-8888Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.galerie-q.comBUSINESS MEMBERGalerie Q is a gallery presenting Canadian Masters "Serious Art for Serious Collectors." You will find RCA designated artists at the regularly scheduled exhibitions.
You will also discover extraordinary talents among the gallery artists: Ginet LeBlond, Yvon Lemieux, Juan Cristobal, Valerie Kent, Natalie Voisine, each with their own special style and expression of paintings in oil and acrylic. Glass sculptural work is also available. Winter hours are Wednesday to Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Summer hours 7 days a week. Information: 705 944 8888. Group tours available, please book ahead.
Admission Free.Updated 28-Nov-16 Chatham-Kent Thames Art GalleryChatham Cultural Centre75 William Street NorthChatham, Ontario N7M 4L4Pamela Edmonds, Director & Gallery CuratorIrene MacCreadie, Gallery Program CoordinatorEmily Cadotte, Aisstant CuratorPhone (519) 360-1998 / Fax (519) 354-4170Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.chatham-kent.ca/tagART GALLERY MEMBERExhibitions featuring regional and national contemporary artists; workshops, demonstrations, lectures and tours by invited artists, curators and art historians.
Extension services includes travelling exhibitions.Updated 17-Aug-2017 Cobourg Art Gallery of Northumberland (AGN)Victoria Hall, West Wing, Third Floor55 King Street WestCobourg, Ontario K9A 2M2Olinda Casimiro, DirectorPhone: (905) 372-0333Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.artgalleryofnorthumberland.comART GALLERY MEMBERFounded in 1960, the AGN is the largest public art gallery serving the residents of Northumberland County in eastern Ontario.
The AGN has a permanent collection of 1,000 works of art held in trust for the public and presents a year-round program of exhibitions, art education and special events. The AGN occupies the West Wing, Third Floor of the historic Victoria Hall, located in downtown Cobourg. A satellite Gallery Shop is located in historic Port Hope.Updated 08-Sep-2017 Collingwood Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts163 Hurontario StreetCollingwood, ON L9Y 2M1Jennifer Macnaughton, Board ChairJanet Allen, Vice ChairTony Allen, Secretary/TreasurerRon MacRae, Communications & MarketingSusan Cook, Manager of OperationsPhone (705) 445-3430Email: admin@bmfa.
on.caWeb site: www.bmfa.on.caAFFILIATE MEMBERThe Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts is a non-profit organization, promoting the Arts in the scenic Georgian Triangle area for the past 35 years. Through annual events such as the Juried Photo Show, Juried Art Show, the Studio Tour, and awards programmes, we celebrate work of talented artists who work in a range of creative fields. Our beautifully restored Arts Centre in historic Collingwood showcass artists and artisans, musicians, dancers and writers, through our community and Arts Centre gallery exhibitions.
Updated 18-May-17 Durham Durham Art Gallery251 George Street East, P.O. Box 1021Durham, Ontario N0G 1R0Ilse Gassinger, Executive DirectorSteven Morel, Arts AdministratorPhone (519) 369-3692Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.durhamart.on.caAFFILIATE MEMBERFounded in 1979 in Durham, West Grey, the Durham Art Gallery is a regional arts organization serving Grey and Bruce Counties. Our mandate is to inspire, educate and delight people of all ages through access to a wide range of contemporary art.
We embrace a multidisciplinary view of cultural practice and present visual and media art together with literary and perforamnce events. We provide inclusive and accessible art education for the community. From our earliest incarnation in the library to our current purpose-built, accessible home, the Gallery's evolution has been marked by transformation and maturity. In addition to the 12 exhibitions we hold each year, we have introduced satellite events in underserved communities and launch several professional arts festivals; the Words Aloud Spoken Word Festival, a collaboration between the Gallery and the Words Aloud Collective; and the Common Pulse Festival of emerging practices and genres in collaboration with OCADU.
Updated 25-Nov-16 Grimsby Grimsby Public Art Gallery18 Carnegie LaneGrimsby, Ontario L3M 1Y1Rhona Wenger, DirectorBrigitte Huard, Education and Media CoordinatorAllison Poole, AdministratorChris O'Hoski, Education & Media CoordinatorPhone (905) 945-3246 / Fax (905) 945-1789Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.grimsby.ca/art-galleryART GALLERY MEMBERThe Grimsby Public Art Gallery has a year-round schedule of exhibitions by artists with local appeal and national recognition.
Its permanent collection numbers over 1500 pieces. The Gallery Shop offers a wide array of exclusively Canadian handcrafted giftware. Updated 06-Aug-14 Guelph Art Gallery of Guelph358 Gordon StreetGuelph, Ontario N1G 1Y1Shauna McCabe. Executive DirectorDawn Owen, Curator of Contemporary ArtVerne Harrison, Gallery CoordinatorNina Berry, Administrative AssistantRobbyne MacKenzie, Community Engagement CoordinatorPhone (519) 837-0010 / Fax (519) 767-2661Email: info@artgalleryofguelph.
caWeb site: www.artgalleryofguelph.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe Art Gallery of Guelph (AGG) is the leading public art gallery in Guelph and region. AGG features art by Guelph’s leading visual artists and brings national and international art to Guelph. Through an innovative program that makes contemporary visual culture accessible, AGG engages the public, challenges the artistic and academic communities, and positions art in an ever-changing cultural landscape.
Situated on 2.5 acres, the Donald Forster Sculpture Park features 38 permanently sited sculptures by prominent Canadian and international artists.Updated 18-Aug-16 Haileybury Temiskaming Art Gallery325 Farr Drive, P.O. Box 1090Haileybury, Ontario P0J 1K0Maureen Steward, Director/ CuratorPhone (705) 672-3706 / Fax (705) 672-5966Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.temiskamingartgallery.
caAFFILIATE MEMBERFrom the belief that art is a basic form of human expression that enriches our lives, the Temiskaming Art Gallery aims to provide visitors the opportunity to understand, experience and appreciate visual art. The Temiskaming Art Gallery is a public exhibition space located within the new Temiskaming Shores city hall complex. Built on the waterfront of Lake Temiskaming, the gallery offers visitors an intimacy and friendliness found in northern, rural Ontario.
The Temiskaming Art Gallery presents between nine and twelve exhibitions per year in a variety of mediums, style, scale and technique, and offers visual art workshops throughout the year.Updated 20-Aug-13 Haliburton Haliburton Sculpture ForestBox 210Haliburton, Ontario K0M 1S0Jim Blake, CuratorPhone (705) 457-3555Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.haliburtonsculptureforest.
ca/AFFILIATE MEMBERThe Haliburton Sculpture Forest is located in Glebe Park, beside the Haliburton Campus of Fleming College, near the village of Haliburton. It is a unique outdoor collection of over 20 sculptures by Canadian and international artists. Free admission in spring, summer, and fall. Donations welcome. Fees for cross-country skiing apply in winter. Free guided tours offered at 10 a.m. every Tuesday in July and August.
Guided tours for groups are available by request throughout the year. Updated 28-Nov-16 Rails End Gallery & Arts CentreHaliburton Highlands Guild of Fine Arts23 York Street, P.O. Box 912Haliburton, Ontario K0M 1S0Laurie Jones, Curator and DirectorPhone (705) 457-2330 / Fax (705) 457-2338Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.railsendgallery.comAFFILIATE MEMBERA public art gallery with two exhibition spaces located in Haliburton's historic railway station.
Open all year. Updated 15-Jun-17 Hamilton Art Gallery of Hamilton123 King Street WestHamilton, Ontario L8P 4S8Shelley Falconer, President and CEOTobi Bruce, Director, Collections & ExhibitionsAlana Traficante, Acting Curator of Contemporary ArtPhone (905) 527-6610 / Fax (905) 577-6940Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.artgalleryofhamilton.com ART GALLERY MEMBER Founded in 1914, the Art Gallery of Hamilton is Ontario's third largest public art gallery; its 9,500-strong permanent collection is one of the finest in the country.
The AGH has three fundamental collecting and programming strength - nineteenth-century European, Historical Canadian, and Contemporary Canadian art. In January 2010, the AGH announced a major gift of African and tribal art from Joey and Toby Tanenbaum.Updated 18-Aug-16 Hamilton Artists Inc.155 James Street NorthHamilton, Ontario L8R 2K9Mailing Address:P.O. Box 57125 Jackson Station2 King Street WestHamilton, Ontario L8P 4W9Caitlin Sutherland, Programming DirectorPhone (905) 529-3355Email: info@theinc.
ca / email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.theinc.caAFFILIATE MEMBERA non-profit artist run centre, the INC has been in operation since 1975.Updated 18-Aug-16 McMaster Museum of Art McMaster University1280 Main Street WestHamilton, Ontario L8S 4L6Carol Podedworny, Director & Chief CuratorIhor Holubizky, Senior CuratorJulie Bronson, RegistrarPhone (905) 525-9140 ext. 23241 / Fax (905) 527-4548Email: museum@mcmaster.
caWeb site: https://museum.mcmaster.ca/ART GALLERY MEMBERThe McMaster Museum of Art presents 12-15 exhibitions per year. Exhibitions support and expand aspects of the permanent collection which includes: Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Nodernism, German Expressionism, First Nations, Inuit, and contemporary Canadian works of art.Updated 09-May-17 Kingston Agnes Etherington Art CentreQueen's UniversityKingston, Ontario K7L 3N6Jan Allen, DirectorAlicia Boutilier, Curator of Canadian Historical ArtPat Sullivan, Public Programs ManagerPhone (613) 533-2190 / Fax (613) 533-6765Email: aeac@queensu.
caWeb site: www.agnes.queensu.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe Agnes Etherington Art Centre is a leading art museum situated on teh historic campus of Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. Established in 1957, the gallery is a hub for learning, experimentation and public pedagogy in the visual arts that brings together great artistic traditions of the past and emerging forms of expression. As a space of display and exchange, the Agnes is a resource and an experiential learning space for diverse disciplines at Queen's, and the public gallery for the region.
Its superb collections - numbering 16,000 works - include cutting edge contemporary art and fine examples of Canadian historical art, Indigenous art and artifacts, and material culture including an unusual collection of Canadian Historical Dress and the Lang Collection of African Art. The Bader Collection, focusing on Rembrandt and his school, comprises some 200 paintings from the Dutch Golden Age, including one portrait and two beautiful character studies by Rembrandt.
Updated 25-Nov-16 Kitchener City of Kitchener Rotunda GalleryKitchener City Hall200 King Street West, P.O. Box 1118Kitchener, Ontario N2G 4G7Emily Robson, Coordinator, Arts/CulturePhone (519) 741-2200, ext 7084 / Fax (519) 741-2723Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.kitchener.ca/rotundagallery.caAFFILIATE MEMBERThe City of Kitchener Rotunda Gallery is situated in the heart of Kitchener City Hall.
Open to the public with no admission charge, this small public gallery exhibits contemporary art. Work is selected by the City of Kitchener Public Art Working Group, which comprises professional artists and architects, as well as arts professionals with high levels of expertise. Work is selected based on criteria of artistic excellence and relevance to the community. Regional artists or artists whose work is relevant to the region are welcome to apply.
The Gallery celebrates innovation and excellence in contemporary art.Updated 18-Aug-16 Homer Watson House & Gallery1754 Old Mill RoadKitchener, Ontario N2P 1H7Helena Ball, Executive DirectorPaige Bolta, Director of Education & Public ProgrammingPhone (519) 748-4377Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.homerwatson.on.caAFFILIATE MEMBERThe mission of Homer Watson House & Gallery is to preserve and celebrate the legacy of Homer Watson's creative spirit by stimulating the appreciation, enjoyment, and practice of the visual arts.
Incorporated in 1982, we have a four-part program of, 1) preservation of Homer Watson's art, his home studio and gallery, and the heritage of his life, his times and that of the Doon School of Fine Arts, 2) exhibition of the broad spectrum of Watson's art and regular shows of contemporary local and regional artists, 3) education through instructional programs in the visual arts for the general public and curriculum-based school programming, and 4) enrichment through special programs, events and activities.
Updated 29-Aug-11 Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery101 Queen Street NorthKitchener, Ontario N2H 6P7Shirley Madill, Executive DirectorCrystal Mowry, Senior CuratorNicole Neufeld, Director of Public ProgramsPhone (519) 579-5860 / Fax (519) 578-0740Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.kwag.caART GALLERY MEMBERThrough thoughtful and engaging programs, the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery (KW|AG) connects people and ideas through art.
The Gallery's exhibitions and programs are built on the mission that art is the catalyst for shared experience, dialogue and imagination. The Gallery emphasizes contemporary art, often premiering works by Canadian and international artists. KW|AG plays a vital educational role in the community, offering a full spectrum of artistic experience for adults, children and familes alike.Updated 09-May-17 Kleinburg McMichael Canadian Art Collection10365 Islington AvenueKleinburg, Ontario L0J 1C0Nathalie Mercure, Interim Executive DirectorNick Foglia, Director, Communications, Marketing and SalesMary Benvenuto, Director, Finance & Human ResourcesSarah Stanners, Director, Curatorial and CollectionsPhone (905) 893-1121 / Fax (905) 893-0692Email: info@mcmichael.
comWeb site: www.mcmichael.comART GALLERY MEMBERSet on over 100 acres of woodland, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection displays a renowned collection of works of art by Tom Thomson, the Group of Seven and their contemporaries, First Nations, Métis and Inuit artists.Updated 04-Apr-16 Leamington Leamington Arts Centre/South Essex Arts Association72 Talbot Street WestLeamington, Ontario N8H 1M4Chad Riley, DirectorSohpie Hinch, Gallery AssistantPhone (519) 326-2711Website: www.
leamingtonartscentre.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgAFFILIATE MEMBERThe Leamington Arts Centre (LAC) is located in the heart of South Western Ontario's beautiful uptown Leamington in one of the town's many wonderful heritage buildings. The LAC is a state of the gallery which offers three large art galleries, Erie Quest Heritage Ship Wreck museum as well as a gift shop, art classes, workshops and meeting spaces.
The LAC is one of the area's paramount places to view modern art with an emphasis on local and aspiring artists and artisans.Updated 25-Nov-16 Lindsay Kawartha Art Gallery(Formerly the Lindsay Gallery) 2nd Floor, Lindsay Public Library190 Kent St. WestLindsay, Ontario K9V 2Y6Susan Taylor, Board PresidentRoxanna Carter, Board MemberRaymond McMurray, Board MemberJean Pollock, Board MemberPhone: (705) 324-1780Email: art@kawarthagallery.
comWebsite: http://www.kawarthagallery.comAFFILIATE MEMBERUpdated 07-Jun-17 London Art Conservation Services Inc.421 Ridout Street NorthLondon, Ontario N6A 5H4Wendy Crawford, Fine Art ConservatorPhone (519) 472-4138Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.artconservationservices.comBUSINESS MEMBERProviding professional art conservation and restoration services in our climate controlled and secure studio, we specialize in the treatment of easel paintings and painted objects on a range of supports along with the treatment of works of art on paper and historical and archival documents.
Serving the Arts and Heritage community across Southwestern Ontario and beyond for over 30 years, we enjoy working with public museums and galleries, and private collectors. We offer advice and recommendations on preservation strategies, collections care, storage and environmental conditions. Updated 08-Feb-2018 Artlab GalleryDept. Visual Arts, John Labatt Visual Art Centre, Western University1151 Richmond St.
London, Ontario N6A 5B7Susan Edelstein, Gallery DirectorJohn Hatch, Chair, Visual Arts DepartmentMadeline Lennon, Member at LargeKim Moodie, Member at LargeChristine Sprengler, Member at LargePhone: (519) 661-2111 ext. 85855Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.uwo.ca/visarts/artlabART GALLERY MEMBERLocated in the John Labatt Visual Arts Centre, Western University, the Artlab Gallery is a vital component of the Department of Visual Arts.
Established in 1994 the gallery focuses on exhibitions, events, and projects taht respond to social and cultural issues, supporting the research, and practice of students, faculty and artists from the region and beyond. The work presented in the gallery explores conceptual and experimental production incorporating a diverse range of mediums and methodologies.Updated 20-Apr-17 Book and Paper Conservation Services London, OntarioJennifer Robertson, Art ConservatorPhone (519) 495-3402Email: info@bookandpaperconservationservices.
comWebsite: www.bookandpaperconservationservices.comBUSINESS MEMBERBook and Paper Conservation Services offers professional art conservation and restoration for fine arts on paper, archival materials, and rare books. We serve the art and heritage community in Southwestern Ontario and across Canada. Treating a wide range of items including prints, drawings, watercolours, maps, documents, photographs, and rare books, our clients are art galleries, museums, libraries and archives, as well as private collectors.
Updated 03-May-17 McIntosh GalleryWestern University 1151 Richmond St.London, Ontario N6A 3K7James Patten, DirectorPhone: (519) 661-2111 ext. 84602Website: http://mcintoshgallery.ca/ART GALLERY MEMBERMcIntosh Gallery is a centre for the presentation and dissemination of advanced practices and research in the fields of art history and contemporary visual art. McIntosh serves the students, faculty and staff of Western University and the broader community of the City of London as a teaching and research resource.
Ongoing programs and services actively promote innovative projects in the production, exhibition, interpretation and collection of visual culture. Museum London421 Ridout Street NorthLondon, Ontario N6A 5H4Melanie Townsend, Head of Exhibitions and CollectionsBrian Meehan, Executive DirectorCassandra Getty, Curator of ArtJanette Cousins Ewan, Art RegistrarPhone (519) 661-2500Email: info@museumlondon.
caWeb site: www.museumlondon.caART GALLERY MEMBERMuseum London's activities are guided by a mandate to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the culture of the region and the nation. In the visual arts, activities focus on artists and artworks with a connection to London and the region, but extend local concerns through the examination of national and international trends. The material culture component of our activities explores the history and culture of the City of London, but often works collaboratively to build a broader context for the visual arts programming.
To these ends, we present a dynamic mix of interconnected exhibitions and programs of local and national relevance. Updated 30-Apr-14 M'Chigeeng Ojibwe Cultural Foundation15, Highway 551 RdM'Chigeeng, Ontario P0P 1G0Anong Migwans Beam, Art Director / CuratorPhone: (705) 377-4902Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.ojibweculture.caUpdated 13-Dec-16 Minden Agnes Jamieson Gallery176 Bobcaygeon Road North, P.
O. Box 648Minden, Ontario K0M 2K0Laurie Carmount, CuratorPhone (705) 286-3763Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.mindenculturalcentre.comART GALLERY MEMBERPublic art gallery owned and operated by township of Minden Hills since 1981. Offers year round programming with 8 - 9 exhibitions primarily on Canadian landscape art (both contemporary and traditional) incorporating its collection of artwork by André Lapine ARCA.
Updated 07-May-14 Mississauga Art Gallery of Mississauga300 City Centre DriveMississauga, Ontario L5B 3C1Mandy Salter, Director / CuratorKendra Ainsworth, Curator of Contemporary ArtSadaf Zuberi, Membership Coordinator / AnimateurLaura Carusi, Volunteer Coordinator / Curatorial AssistantMelanie Lowe, Marketing & Communications CoordinatorPhone (905) 896-5088 Email:email@example.comWeb site: artgalleryofmississauga.
comART GALLERY MEMBEREngage. Think. Inspire. This phrase opens the dialogue at the AGM | Art Gallery of Mississauga. The Gallery connects with the people of Mississauga through the collection and presentation of relevant works from a range of periods and movements in Canadian art. Expressing multiple ideas and concepts, this visual art translates into meaningful cultural and social experiences for all audiences.
The AGM employs innovative education, artist projects and other forms of dialogue to advance critical enquiry and community connection to the visual arts. The Gallery carries out its Mandate to bring art to the community and the community to art in accordance with professional museum practices set to North American standards. Updated 23-Nov-16 Blackwood GalleryUniversity of Toronto Mississauga3359 Mississauga RoadMississauga, Ontario L5L 1C6Christine Shaw, Director/CuratorPetrina Ng, Exhibition CoordinatorAlison Cooley, Curatorial Assistant/Collections ArchivistPhone (905) 828-3789 / Fax (905) 569-4262Email: blackwood.
firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.blackwoodgallery.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe Blackwood Gallery is a contemporary art gallery situated on the campus of the University of Toronto Mississauga. The gallery presents curated exhibitions featuring the work of local, national, and international professional artists.Updated 15-May-17 Living Arts Centre4141 Living Arts DriveMississauga, Ontario L5B 4B8Leslie Leader, Director Studio Arts, Education and Outreach ProgramsMegan Press, Coordinator, Exhibitions & Residency ProgramsPhone (905) 306-6161 / Fax (905) 306-6101Email: exhibitions.
email@example.comWeb site: www.livingartscentre.caAFFILIATE MEMBERThe Living Arts Centre Gallery is a not for profit space that annually hosts seven rotating exhibitions. The gallery season includes cross-cultural, educational, and interdisciplinary projects that represent the Peel Region and its artists.Updated 26-May-15 Museums of Mississauga (Bradley Museum, Benares Historic House, Leslie Log House)1620 Orr RoadMississauga, Ontario L5J 4T2Stuart Keeler, Manager & Chief CuratorIsabel Palferro, Coordinator, Customer Service and AdminPhone (905) 615-4860Email: museums@mississauga.
caWeb site: www.museumsofmississauga.comAFFILIATE MEMBERWe serve to present an exceptional collection of historic house museums with the goal to create a meaningful dialogue on a shared past, a collective present and a collaborative future. By presenting relevant exhibitions, educational programs and innovative engagement experiences, the museums connect the public with the story of mississauga's heritage shaped by Canadian identity and our global context.
We are a museum with 3 sites and multiple separate structures.Updated 25-Nov-16 Niagara-on-the-Lake Niagara Pumphouse Visual Arts Centre247 Ricardo StreetNiagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario L0S 1J0Rima Boles, DirectorPhone (905) 468-5455Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.niagarapumphouse.caAFFILIATE MEMBERThe Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre engages the community through educational programs, exhibitions and special events to create, celebrate and appreciate visual arts.
The Centre is housed in a Victorian brick building on the banks of the Niagara River.Updated 09-May-17 North Bay Nipissing Region Curatorial Collective176 Lakeshore DriveNorth Bay, Ontario P1B 1J8Dermot Wilson, DirectorLori Grace Nickerson, DirectorJana Brogan, DirectorRichard Fortin, DirectorAlex Maeve Campbell, Project CoordinatorPhone: (705) 358-1764 Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.nrcc2014.
comAFFILIATE MEMBERNRCC is a regional arts organization working with artists to create site-specific arts events and exhibition in the North Bay, Ontario.Updated 20-Apr-17 W.K.P. Kennedy GalleryCapitol Centre150 Main Street EastNorth Bay, Ontario P1B 1A8Sheila Lavack, Gallery AssistantPhone (705) 474-1944 ext 231Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.kennedygallery.orgART GALLERY MEMBERCollections and exhibitions highlights include 400 works of art in the permanent collection, including works by A.
Y. Jackson, Goodridge Roberts, Edwin Holgate, Stanley Cosgrove, Doris McCarthy, Leonard Brooks, and Jeannie Thib. The Gallery hosts approximately 10 visual arts exhibitions annually in all media from regional, national and international sources. Incorporated in 1987, the WKP Kennedy Gallery is dedicated to promoting contemporary and historical visual art and the artists of Northern Ontario.Updated 14-Feb-17 Oakville Oakville GalleriesCentennial Square: 120 Navy StreetGairloch Gardens and Head Offices: 1306 Lakeshore Road EastOakville, Ontario L6J 1L6Matthew Hyland, DirectorFrances Loeffler, CuratorClara Halpern, Assistant CuratorPhone (905) 844-4402 / Fax (905) 844-7968Email: info@oakvillegalleries.
comWeb site: www.oakvillegalleries.comART GALLERY MEMBEROakville Galleries is a contemporary art museum reaching communities across the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. As a forum for engaging people with the questions that shape us as individuals, communities, and cultures, Oakville Galleries draws on contemporary art in all facets of operations to facilitate reflection and discovery in unexpected and stimulating ways.
Updated 09-May-17 Orillia Orillia Museum of Art and History30 Peter Street SouthOrillia, Ontario L3V 5A9Ninette Gyorody, Executive DirectorBrianne Gascho, Community and Visitor Engagement CoordinatorShannon Hawke, Communications CoordinatorHope McGilly Mitchell, RegistrarPhone (705) 326-2159Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.orilliamuseum.orgAFFILIATE MEMBER The Orillia Museum of Art and History, housed in the Sir Sam Steele Memorial Building, showcases the best of Orillia and Lake Country's culture and history through local and nationally significant exhibitions.
OMAH is dedicated to featuring local artists and artisans in both its gallery and gift shop. Updated 08-Aug-2017 Oshawa The Robert McLaughlin Gallery72 Queen Street, Civic CentreOshawa, Ontario L1H 3Z3Donna Raetsen-Kemp, CEOLinda Jansma, Senior CuratorPhone (905) 576-3000 / Fax (905) 576-9774Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.rmg.on.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe largest public gallery in Durham Region, the RMG occupies and inspired 36,000 square foot building designed by world-renowned architect Arthur Erickson.
The RMG holds a permanent collection of over 4,000 works of art and has four galleries of diverse and changing exhibitions. Located in downtown Oshawa, the RMG is dedicated to sharing, exploring and engaging with their communities through the continuing story of modern and contemporary art.Updated 18-May-17 Ottawa Carleton University Art GallerySt. Patrick's Building1125 Colonel By DriveOttawa, Ontario K1S 5B6Sandra Dyck, DirectorHeather Anderson, CuratorFiona Wright, Art Gallery Education AssistantAlisdair MacRae, Administrative AssistantPatrick Lacasse, Collections/Exhibtions AssistantPhone (613) 520-2120 / Fax (613) 520-4409Email: sandra.
email@example.comWeb site: cuag.caART GALLERY MEMBERCarleton University Art Gallery aspires to be a vital cultural hub on the Carleton University campus, connecting art, ideas and communities. By offering a diverse program of exhibitions, events, and publications, CUAG brings people together to explore the ideas that shape contemporary society. Updated 03-May-17 National Gallery of Canada380 Sussex Drive, P.
O. Box 427, Station AOttawa, Ontario K1N 9N4Phone (613) 990-1985 or 1-800-319-2787 / Fax (613) 990-9810Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.gallery.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe National Gallery of Canada, a visual arts museum of international stature, holds its collections of art in trust for all Canadians. The mandate of the National Gallery is to develop, maintain and make known, throughout Canada and internationally, a national collection of works of art, historic and contemporary, with special but not exclusive reference to Canada, and to further knowledge, understanding, and enjoyment of art among Canadians.
Updated 30-Jul-15 Ottawa Art Gallery/La Galerie d'art d'Ottawa2 Daly AvenueOttawa, Ontario K1N 6E2Alexandra Badzak, Director and CEOZoë MacNeil, Executive LiaisonSusan Monk, Finance and Operations ManagerCatherine Sinclair, Senior CuratorMichelle Gewurtz, CuratorPhone (613) 233-8699Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.ottawaartgallery.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG), Ottawa's designated municipal gallery, is an independent non-profit public art gallery committed to the acquisition, presentation, interpretation and dissemination of contemporary art for the benefit of the local arts community.
OAG's programs explore a variety of issues and include exhibitions, talks, lectures, tours and publications. The Gallery has a growing contemporary collection of works associated with the region. It also houses the Firestone Collection of Canadian Art, which is presented through changing exhibitions. The Firestone Collection is comprised of over 1,600 works of art assembled by Ottawa art collectors O.
J. and Isobel Firestone, who purchased the works from the early 1950s to the 1970s.Updated 7-Jun-15 Owen Sound Tom Thomson Art Gallery840 First Avenue WestOwen Sound, Ontario N4K 4K4Virginia Eichhorn, Director & Chief CuratorDavid Huff, Curator of CollectionsLindsey Watson, Administrative AssistantRobert Alton, Exhibitions Co-ordinatorPhone (519) 376-1932 / Fax (519) 376-3037Email: ttag@tomthomson.
orgWeb site: www.tomthomson.orgART GALLERY MEMBERThe Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery is a public institution dedicated to excellence in the Visual Arts exhibition and education. The Gallery's exhibitions, collections, publications and educational programs will refelect historical and contemporary expressions both regionally and nationally and will promote a visual art that embodies the energy and innovative spirit of Tom Thomson.
Updated 25-Nov-16 Penetanguishene Penetanguishene Centennial Museum & Archives13 Burke St.Penetanguishene, ON L9M 1C1Nicole Jackson, Curator/Museum SupervisorPhone: (705) 549-2150Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgAFFILIATE MEMBERThe past of the most historic town west of Quebec City is proudly displayed in the 135-year-old Centennial Museum. Built in 1875 by Karl Maxillian (Charles) Beck the former C.
Beck Lumber office and General Store became the Town's Museum in 1967 in celebration of the Country's 100th birthday. Condemned to close in 1991, an extensive fundraising campaign by the Friends of the Museum saved it.Updated 28-Nov-16 Peterborough Art Gallery of Peterborough250 Crescent StreetPeterborough, Ontario K9J 2G1Celeste Scopelites, DirectorPhone (705) 743-9179 / Fax (705) 743-8168Email: cscopelites@peterborough.
caWeb site: www.agp.on.caART GALLERY MEMBERUpdated 19-Jun-14 Pickering Durham West Arts Centre Inc.1867 Valley Farm RoadP.S. Box 667Pickering, Ontario L1V 3Y7David R. Green, TreasurerRobert W. Jackson, Vice-ChairEdward Falkenberg, Past Chair & FounderPhone (905) 420-2667Email: email@example.comWeb site: http://www.dwac.caAFFILIATE MEMBER The Durham West Arts Centre is a "hub" organization working to establish links with artists, arts groups and arts lovers.
The Mission of DWAC is to support, promote and present world-class contemporary arts and culture. Through education, presentation and partnership with the Durham West Arts Centre Inc. continues to develop awareness and engagement in the arts, increase the audience and membership, be sustainable and champion the intrinsic need of arts and culture to our community.Updated 15-May-17 Queenston RiverBrink Art Museum116 Queenston St.
, P.O. Box 266Queenston, Ontario L0S 1L0Debra Antoncic, Director & CuratorPhone (905) 262-4510 / Fax (905) 262-4477Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.riverbrink.orgAFFILIATE MEMBERLocated in the historic village of Queenston, RiverBrink Art Museum is a public art gallery with an important collection of historical art works by Canadian and international artists. The original collection of paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture was established by Samuel E.
Weir (1898-1981). On display are exhibitions developed from the permanent collection and with loans from both public and private collections. Opening May 2016 the featured exhibitions is Campbell Scott, Confusion to Tension.Updated 25-Nov-16 St. Catharines Niagara Artists Centre 345 St. Paul StreetSt. Catharines, Ontario L2R 3N2Natasha Pedros, Minister of CommunicationsStephen Remus, Minister of Energy, Minds, and ResourcesClelia Scala, President, NAC Board of DirectorsPhone (905) 641-0331Email: artists@nac.
org Website: www.nac.org ART GALLERY MEMBER The Niagara Artists Centre is a not-for-profit, charitably registered, collective formed by and dedicated to serving the working artists and community of Niagara. NAC provides a forum for the development, exhibition and appreciation of contemporary art by providing facilities, equipment, professional expertise and a supportive atmosphere for arts research, advocacy and dissemination.
NAC believes that the arts and a critical dialogue on the arts are integral to a healthy community. Added 19-Jun-2017 Rodman Hall Art Centre/Brock University109 St. Paul CrescentSt. Catharines, Ontario L2S 1M3Marcie Bronson, CuratorDanny Custodio, Administrative AssistantMatthew Tegel, PreparatorMichelle Nicholls, EducatorPhone (905) 684-2925 / Fax (905) 682-4733Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.
brocku.ca/rodmanhall/ART GALLERY MEMBERRodman Hall Art Centre is a regional resource for contemporary art serving the broader Niagara region. Dedicated to enriching lives by connecting people to art and by providing accessible and meaningful opportunities for learning, Rodman Hall is a portal for research at Brock University, encouraging interdisciplinary conversations in the arts.Updated 23-Mar-17 St.
Thomas St. Thomas-Elgin Public Art Centre301 Talbot StreetSt. Thomas, Ontario N5P 1B5Laura Woermke, Curator/Executive DirectorSherri Howard, Education and Events CoordinatorKate Tippin, Administrative AssistantPhone (519) 631-4040 / Fax (519) 631-4057Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.stepac.caART GALLERY MEMBERIt is the mission of the St. Thomas-Elgin Public Art Centre to encourge and promote an appreciation for the visual arts in St.
Thomas and Elgin County through variety of exhibitions and educational programs and through the preservation of a permanent collection.Updated 07-May-13 Sarnia Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery147 Lochiel StreetSarnia, Ontario N7T 0B4Lisa Daniels, Curator/SupervisorDarryn Doull, Curatorial AssistantShelly Mallon, Art Collections OfficerKristi Sills, Gallery Operations CoordinatorJessica Geick, Marketing & Online RelationsPhone (519) 336-8127 / Fax (519) 336-8128Email: lisa.
email@example.comWeb site: www.jnaag.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery will provide a dynamic environment that engages the viewer on multiple levels fostering and expanding their relationship to art. We are a regional gallery with a national mandate committed to presenting a full range of visual art from historical to contemporary.Updated 28-Nov-16 Sault Ste. Marie Art Gallery of Algoma10 East StreetSault Ste.
Marie, OntarioP6A 3C3Jasmina Jovanovic, Director | Ext. 101| firstname.lastname@example.orgHeather Trevisanut, Accounting| Ext. 102| email@example.comKatie Alton, Marketing and Office Coordinator | Ext. 104| firstname.lastname@example.orgLaurie Carlyle - Education Officer | Ext. 105| email@example.comBlake Jackson, Visitor Services and Public Engagement Coordinator | Ext. 107| blake@artgalleryofalgoma.
comKathleen MacKinnon, Collections Manager| Ext. 103 | firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone (705) 949-9067 / Fax (705) 949-6261Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.artgalleryofalgoma.comART GALLERY MEMBEROur mandate is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret visual art. We provide our audience with the best cross section of both historical and contemporary art from local, regional, national, and international levels, raise public awareness of the visual arts in everyday life, and conduct education programs in the origins, development, appreciation, and techniques of visual art for children and adults.
Our permanent collection comprises over 5000 works, featuring Canadian and international artists such as Carl Beam, Tom Benner, David Bierck, Jack Bush, A. J. Casson, Anthony Caro, A. Y. Jackson, Larry Poons, Dennis Oppenheim, with an historical and contemporary focus.Updated 02-Feb-15 Simcoe Norfolk Arts Centre21 Lynnwood AvenueSimcoe, Ontario N3Y 2V7Deirdre Chisholm, Director/CuratorCarrie Kitzul, Gallery AssistantPhone (519) 428-0540Email: norfolkartscentre@norfolkcounty.
caWeb site: www.norfolkartscentre.caART GALLERY MEMBERFounded in 1974, the Norfolk Arts Centre is a public art gallery located in Simcoe at Lynnwood National Historic Site. The Norfolk Arts Centre has a permanent collection of over 500 works of Canadian art. The gallery mission is to provide Norfolk County and the surrounding area with a public forum that encourages diverse practices in the visual arts.
The public program comprises exhibitions and education activities that support the understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of the arts with maximum community involvement. Updated 09-May-17 Southampton The Southampton Art School & Gallery 3-201 High StreetSouthampton, Ontario NOH 2L0April Patry, Art Gallery DirectorDarlene McConnachie, Art School DirectorPhone (519) 797-5068Email: artgallery@southampton.
comWeb site: www.southamptonart.comAFFILIATE MEMBERThe Southampton Art Gallery is a not-for-profit organization governed by the Southampton Arts Society. The Gallery represents approximately 40 regional artists, spread over 3000 in the iconic Southampton Town Hall. The Gallery has been recognized as a leading arts organization in Bruce County since 1999.Updated 15-May-17 Stouffville Latcham Gallery6240 Main StreetStouffville, Ontario L4A 1E2Roz Pritchard, DirectorPhone (905) 640-8954 / Fax (905) 640-6246Email: info@latchamgallery.
ca Website: http://www.latchamgallery.ca/AFFILIATE MEMBERThe Latcham Gallery is a public art gallery founded in 1979. We feature eight to ten exhibitions of contemporary art annually. Both solo and group shows present work by artists from throughout the province and in all media. In conjunction with these exhibitions, the Gallery offers educational programs for all ages including classes, workshops, artist talks and lectures.
The outdoor sculpture walk, situated along Duffins Creek in Stouffville, includes works by Ron Baird, William Lishman, E.B. Cox, Karena Massengill, Anne Allardyce, and Ted Bieler. Updated 21-Jan-14 Stratford Gallery Stratford54 Romeo Street SouthStratford, Ontario N5A 4S9Angela Brayham, Director & CuratorChristine Lee, Office ManagerPeg Dunnem, Education OfficerPhone (519) 271-5271 / Fax (519) 271-1642Email: info@gallerystratford.
on.caWeb site: www.gallerystratford.on.caART GALLERY MEMBERGallery Stratford presents engaging contemporary exhibitions by Canadian artists working in all media, juxtaposed with emerging artists from the region. The ideas explored by exhibiting artists are animated through a wide variety of public and school programs.Updated 14-Feb-17 Sudbury Art Gallery of Sudbury/Galerie d’art de Sudbury251 John StreetSudbury, Ontario P3E 1P9Demetra Christakos, Director / CuratorNancy Gareh, Education ManagerDeanna Nebenionquit, Curator Alternate / Collections ManagerKaren Thistle, Manager of Development / CommunicationsPhone (705) 675-4871 / Fax (705) 674-3065Email: gallery@artsudbury.
orgWeb site: www.artsudbury.orgART GALLERY MEMBERUpdated 2-Dec-15 Sutton West Georgina Arts Centre & GalleryP.O. Box 1455, 149 High StreetSutton West, Ontario L0E 1R0Ewa Chwojko-Srawley, CuratorPhone (905) 722-9587 / Fax (905) 722-9589Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.gacag.comAFFILIATE MEMBERThe Georgina Arts Centre & Gallery features Canadian artists and is home to the Smith/Chiarandini collection, York Wilson Collection, and Tom Zsolt Collection.
Bruce Smith, a highly noted artist in his own right, was a student of Albert Chiarandini's, who exhibited with The Group of Seven.York Wilson is famous for his murals, one of which resides in the lobby of the Soni Centre, and Tom Zsolt is a professional photographer who lives locally and captures disappearing small town scenes.The GAC showcases a minimum of fourteen different artists every year including a strong First Nations component and also contains a Gallery Shoppe, and teaching facility where it provides classes and workshops with professional artists.
Updated 27-Oct-14 Thunder Bay Thunder Bay Art Gallery1080 Keewatin Street, P.O. Box 10193Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 6T7Sharon Godwin, DirectorNadia Kurd, CuratorJaime-Brett Sine, Curatorial Assistant/RegistrarVivian Alexander, EducatorAlastair MacKay, Marketing and CommunicationsPhone (807) 577-6427 / Fax (807) 577-3781Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.theag.caART GALLERY MEMBERThunder Bay Art Gallery, the only public art gallery between Sault Ste.
Marie and Winnipeg, opened in 1976 as a National Exhibition Centre. In 1982, the facility and mandate expanded and a concentration on contemporary First Nations art began. Today the Gallery exhibits work by artists from Northwestern Ontario through its Regional Artists Series, and hosts national and international travelling exhibitions. The Gallery's collection has grown to 1600 pieces of work by both established and emerging First Nations artists from across Canada and we are dedicated to the exhibition of work by both established and emerging First Nations artists.
Updated 28-Nov-16 Timmins Timmins Museum: National Exhibition Centre325 Second AvenueTimmins, Ontario P4N 1H8Karen Bachmann, Director/CuratorChristina McManus, Marketing/ Development OfficerRoxanne Collins, Programme SupervisorPhone (705) 360-2617 / Fax (705) 360-2693Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.timminsmuseum.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe TM:NEC is a public resource dedicated to the presentation, promotion, and preservation of heritage and culture through exhibitions, programmes and community education.
Updated 07-May-14 Toronto Abbozzo Gallery 128-401 Richmond Street WestToronto, Ontario M5V 3A8Ineke Zigrossi, DirectorMargaret Kirwin, Associate DirectorPhone (416) 260-2220Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.abbozzogallery.comBUSINESS MEMBERCommercial gallery representing mostly Canadian Contemporary artists. We exhibit paintings, drawings, works on paper, and sculpture.Updated 20-Apr-17 Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC)393-401 Richmond Street WestToronto, Ontario M5V 3A8Elizabeth Edwards, Executive DirectorMelissa Lavallee, Appraisal CoordinatorPhone (416) 934-1583 / Fax 866-280-9432Email: info@ad-ac.
caWeb site: www.ad-ac.caAFFILIATE MEMBERThe Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC) is a national not-for-profit organization founded in 1966. ADAC maintains a high standard of connoisseurship and adherence to ethical practice within the profession. The ADAC mandate includes promoting the canadian art market both nationally and abroad.Updated 21-Aug-14 Art Gallery of Ontario317 Dundas Street WestToronto, Ontario M5T 1G4Shawn St.
Michael, Executive Director of Development and CampaignKatharine Lochnan, Deputy Director of Research and The R. Fraser Elliot Curator of Prints & DrawingsMaia Sutnik, Curator of PhotographyKaren McKenzie, Chief LibrarianMargaret Haupt, Deputy Director of Collections and Head of ConservationBarry Simpson, RegistrarPhone (416) 979-6648 / Fax (416) 979-6646Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.ago.netART GALLERY MEMBERWith a permanent collection of more than 73,000 works of art, the Art Gallery of Ontario is among the most distinguished art museums in North America.
The Gallery began an extraordinary chapter when it launched Transformation AGO in 2002. Multi-faceted in scope, Transformation AGO involves an unprecedented growth of the permanent collection, an innovative architectural expansion by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry, and the strengthening of the museum's endowment resources. As the imaginative centre of the city, the transformed AGO dramatically enriches our visitors' experiences and provides greater access to the full vibrancy of the art museum.
Updated 11-Aug-14 Art Gallery of York University4700 Keele Street, York UniversityAccolade East BuildingToronto, Ontario M3J 1P3Philip Monk, Director/CuratorEmelie Chhangur, Assistant Director / CuratorMichael Maranda, Assistant CuratorSuzanne Carte, Assistant CuratorAllyson Adley, Collections/Education AssistantPhone (416) 736-5169 / Fax (416) 736-5985Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.theAGYUisoutthere.
orgART GALLERY MEMBERDeparting from the notion of "out there," the Art Gallery of York University (AGYU) is an artistically and intellectually driven public art gallery dedicated to manifesting contemporary art through diverse cultural circuits by continuously, and simultaneously, creating and transcending contexts. Updated 1-May-17Arts Etobicoke4893A Dundas Street West, TorontoToronto, ON M9A 1B2Phone (416) 622-8731 / Fax (416) 622-5782Email: info@artsetobicoke.
comWeb site: www.artsetobicoke.comAFFILIATE MEMBERArts Etobicoke's mission is to engage all people in West Toronto with the arts and artists in their own community. To achieve our mission, we provide innovative and quality programming and services designed to increase accessibility, reach and involve special and diverse audiences, create broad community awareness of local arts organizations and artists and develop partnerships and networks to foster and sustain local arts activities.
Updated 09-Aug-12 Art Museum at the University of TorontoThe Art Museum at the University of Toronto is an interdisciplinary arts hub that offers new encounters with diverse artistic and cultural perspectives. Comprising two galleries located just a few steps apart, the Art Museum brings together the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery at Hart House and the University of Toronto Art Centre at University College and is one of the largest gallery spaces for visual art exhibitions and programming in Toronto.
It is a vital cultural resource and destination for the general public and the arts and academic communities worldwide. Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Hart House7 Hart House Circle, University of TorontoToronto, Ontario M5S 3H3Barbara Fischer, Executive Director / Chief CuratorPhone (416) 978-8398 / Fax (416) 978-8387Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.jmbgallery.caART GALLERY MEMBERPresents a year round program of exhibitions, lectures, and events in the area of contemporary art and its histories; works from the permanent collection are displayed in public spaces at Hart House.
University of Toronto Art Centre15 King's College CircleToronto, Ontario M5S 3H7Barbara Fischer, Executive DirectorMaureen Smith, Business & Programs CoordinatorHeather Pigat, Collections ManagerRebecca Gimmi, Programme CoordinatorPhone (416) 978-1838 / Fax (416) 971-2059Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.utac.utoronto.caART GALLERY MEMBEROpen to the public, UTAC's exhibitions embrace a range of media, art forms and time periods.
They offer an engaging gallery experience complemented by tours, lectures and symposia featuring internationally renowned artists, writers and academics. UTAC houses and manages three diverse collections, largely the result of the generosity of the donors dating back some 150 years: the Malcove, University of Toronto and University College Collections. Updated 28-Nov-16 Art Square Gallery & Café 336 Dundas St.
WestToronto, ON M5T 165Levent Gokyilmez, DirectorMehmet Senih Sen, DirectorSeleuk Sune, DirectorPhone: (416) 595-5222Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.art-square.caBUSINESS MEMBERLocated in the heart of downtown Toronto on Dudndas St. West is positioned directly across from the Art Gallery of Ontario. Now celebrating our 12th year with additional gallery space. Also our café and restaurant side has homemade organic items and liquor license.
Updated 03-May-17 Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGD Ontario)196 Spadina Ave. Suite 210Toronto, ON M5V 2J6Hilary Francescon, Executive DirectorSandra Francescon, Events CoordinatorHeidi Mulzer, Director of MembershipPhone 1-888-274-3668 or (416) 367-8819Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.rgdontario.comAFFILIATE MEMBERRGD Ontario is the professional Association representing graphic designers in Ontario.
The Association was given the mandate by the provincial government to bestow the professional designation Registered Graphic Designer (R.G.D.) on designers who meet the Association's rigorous standards of competency. R.G.D.s must pass an exam to demontsrate that are ethical, profesional and knowlegdeable. RGD Ontario's programming includes the annual DesignThinkers conference, an annual exhibition called Design at Work and an annual student awards program.
Updated 26-Oct-11 The Bata Shoe Museum 327 Bloor Street WestToronto, Ontario M5S 1W7Laura Gibson, Visitor Services ManagerPhone (416) 979-7799 / Fax (416) 979-0078Website: www.batashoemuseum.caART GALLERY MEMBERDiscover the treasures of North America's charming and surprising shoe museum. Hundreds of shoes (from a collection numbering over 10,000) are on exhibit in architect Raymond Moriyama's award-winning four-storey structure.
The Museum celebrates the style and function of footwear in four impressive galleries. Footwear on display ranges from Chinese bound foot shoes and ancient Egyptian sandals to chestnut-crushing clogs and glamourous platforms. Over 4,500 years of history and a collection of 20th-century celebrity shoes are reflected in the semi-permanent exhibition, All About Shoes. Three other galleries feature changing exhibitions, so there's always something new to see.
Updated 29-Aug-11 Canadian Fine Arts88 Scollard StreetToronto, Ontario M5R 1G2Terri RobertonMichel BiguéPhone (416) 544-8806Web site: www.canadianfinearts.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgBUSINESS MEMBERWith over forty years of experience, Michel Bigué has developed an expertise recognized by both seasoned collectors and major art institutions. CFA features important historical Canadian paintings from the mid-19th century to the mid-20th century.
Additionally, CFA supports the careers of many emerging and mid-career contemporary artists.Updated 09-May-17 Carr McLean Ltd.461 Horner AvenueToronto, Ontario M8W 4X2Daniel Ryan, Customer Service ManagerDave Gudnason, Marketing ManagerPhone (416) 252-3371 / Fax (416) 252-9203Web site: www.carrmclean.caBUSINESS MEMBERProudly Canadian owned and operated, Carr McLean has been sourcing and supplying Archival, Conservation and Library products to customers across Canada for more than 50 years.
Updated 29-Aug-11 Creative Spirit Art Centre999 Dovercourt RoadToronto, Ontario M6H 2X7Ellen Anderson, Executive DirectorLiz Hysen, PresidentShelly Zippen, Vice PresidentPhone (416) 588-8801 / Fax (416) 588-8966Web site: www.creativespirit.on.caAFFILIATE MEMBERPublic art gallery and studio for artists with disabilities; Canadian art Brut & outsider art collection; Hanni Sager art doll collection; Hanni Sager Mexican folk toy collection; Synthia Kemerer's tombs and tradition photographs; Resource and information centre; Michael Seary children's art; and gift shop.
Updated 09-May-17 Design ExchangeToronto Dominion Centre234 Bay StreetToronto, Ontario M5K 1B2Shauna Levy, President and Chief Executive OfficerStacey MacKenzie, Marketing CoordinatorRosa Ricci, Membership and Development CoordinatorPhone (416) 363-6121 / Fax (416) 368-0684Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.dx.orgAFFILIATE MEMBERThe Design Exchange (DX) is Canada's only museum dedicated exclusively to the pursuit of design excellence and preservation of design heritage.
At a crossroads of multiple disciplines from furniture and architecture to graphics and fashion, DX exhibitions and talks are curated to be culturally relevant and to reflect the popular zeitgeist. Located in downtown Toronto in the historical and original Toronto Stock Exchange building, the DX annually attracts thousands of visitors of all ages.Updated 14-Feb-17 Doris McCarthy GalleryUniversity of Toronto Scarborough1265 Military TrailToronto, Ontario M1C 1A4Ann MacDonald, Director/CuratorErin Peck, Exhibitions and Outreach CoordinatorPhone (416) 287-7007Email: dmg@utsc.
utoronto.caWeb site: www.utsc.utoronto.ca/dmgAFFILIATE MEMBERThe Doris McCarthy Gallery is a public, university art gallery that features four to five contemporary art exhibitions per year, curates touring exhibitions by artists of international note, and produces print and online publications. The gallery offers an array of related programming including artist and curator's talks, performances, lectures, workshops and exhibition tours.
The DMG is in the Department of Arts, Culture & Media at the University of Toronto Scarborough.Updated 16-Jul-14 Etobicoke Civic Centre Art GalleryEtobicoke Civic Centre399 The West MallEtobicoke, Ontario M9C 2Y2Denise Dickin, Senior Arts ConsultantPhone (416) 394-8628 / Fax (416) 394-2455Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgAFFILIATE MEMBEREstablished in 1976, the Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery specializes in presenting annual juried members shows by local, national, and international art organizations.
Located at the corner of Hwy. 427 and Burnhamthorpe Road, the ECCAG hosts new shows each month.Updated 16-Jul-14 Gallery Arcturus 80 Gerrard Street EastToronto, Ontario M5B 1G6Cathy Stilo, Vice-PresidentDeborah Harris, Curator/Artist-In-ResidencePhone (416) 977-1077 / Fax (416) 977-1066Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.arcturus.caART GALLERY MEMBERGallery Arcturus is a not-for-profit Contemporary Art Exhibition and Art Education centre funded and operated by The Foundation for the Study of Objective Art, a private charity.
Updated 13-Nov-14 Gallery 13131313 Queen Street WestToronto, Ontario M6K 1L8Phil Anderson, Gallery DirectorPhone (416) 536-6778 / Fax (416) 536-6778Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.g1313.orgAFFILIATE MEMBERGallery 1313 is an artist-run centre that supports vital contemporary art practices by recognizing the work of emerging and established artists in a variety of media.Updated 29-Aug-11 Gallery 44401 Richmond Street West, Suite 120Toronto, Ontario M5V 3A8Noa Bronstein, Executive DirectorAidan Cowling, Head of Communications and DevelopmentDarren Rigo, Head of Membership and FacilitiesLeila Timmins, Curator of Exhibitions and Publig ProgramsMeera Margaret Singh, Curator of Education and Community OutreachPhone (416) 979-3941Email: info@gallery44.
orgWeb site: www.gallery44.orgAFFILIATE MEMBERGallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography is a non-profit artist-run centre committed to photography as a multi-faceted and ever-changing art form. Founded in 1979 to establish a supportive environment for the development of photography, Gallery 44's mandate is to provide a context for reflection and dialogue on contemporary photography and its related practices.
Gallery 44 offers exhibition and publication opportunities to national and international artists, award-winning education programs, and affordable production facilities for artists.Updated 14-Feb-17 Gallery TPW170 St. Helens AvenueToronto, Ontario M6H 4A1Gary Hall, Executive DirectorKim Simon, CuratorPhone (416) 645-1066 / Fax (416) 645-1681Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.gallerytpw.caAFFILIATE MEMBERGallery TPW addresses the vital role that images play in contemporary culture and explores the exchange between photography, new technologies and time-based media.
Gallery TPW facilitates critical discussions about contemporary art through its exhibitions, presentations and disseminations.Updated 29-Aug-11 Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art111 Queen's ParkToronto, Ontario M5S 2C7Antonio Tan, Marketing & Communications CoordinatorCharles Mason, Chief CuratorKaty Liu, ControllerPhone (416) 586-8080 / Fax (416) 586-8085Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.
gardinermuseum.on.caART GALLERY MEMBERHailed as "exquisite" by the New York Times, the Gardiner Museum offers an intimate look at one of the world's oldest and most universal forms of art an maerial culture - ceramics. Its permanent collection comprises of Mesoamerican, European and Contemporary art, including stunning work by Picasso and Chagall. The Gardiner also features a destination restaurant and award-winning shop featuring handcrafted artist-made work.
Updated 25-Jun-13Government of Ontario Art CollectionArchives of Ontario134 Ian Macdonald BoulevardToronto, Ontario M7A 2C5Lani Wilson, CuratorPhone (416) 327-1600 / Fax (416) 327-1999Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.archives.gov.on.ca/english/on-line-exhibits/art/index.aspxAFFILIATE MEMBERWith the earliest pieces dating to the mid-19th century, the Government of Ontario Art Collection today comprises approximately 2500 historic and contemporary works, including official portraits, oils, works on paper, indoor and outdoor sculpture, murals, and textiles.
Located in government buildings in over 30 towns and cities across the province, significant works from the collection are also on display in the Legislative Assembly at Queen's Park and the Macdonald Block complex at Bay and Wellesley streets. Updated 09-May-17 Harbourfront Centre235 Queens Quay WestToronto, Ontario M5J 2G8Patrick Macaulay, Director, Visual ArtsMarlee Choo, Assistant Head, Visual ArtsPhone (416) 973-5379 / Fax (416) 973-4859Email: visualarts@harbourfrontcentre.
comWeb site: www.harbourfrontcentre.com/visualartsAFFILIATE MEMBERThroughout the Harbourfront Centre, we exhibit the newest in contemporary craft, design, architecture, photography and other visual arts forms. Three exhibition slots a year are programmed in our non-profit and non-collecting exhibtion spaces. Harbourfront Centre is also home to an Artist-in-Residence programme in our Craft & Design Studio, which is open for public viewing and offers courses in a variety of media.
Works by our Artists-in-Residence, as well as unique objects by local, Canadian and international artists and designers are available for sale in The Centre Shop.Updated 21-May-15 Humber Galleries & CollectionHumber College21 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Dr.Toronto, Ontario M8V 4B6Ashley Watson, CuratorPhone (416) 675-6622 x79378Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.humbergalleries.caAFFILIATE MEMBERThe Humber Galleries and Collection provides creative programming and access to artwork for Humber College and the greater community.
Our galleries and collection enhance Humber College as a cultural hub while discovering new artistic and creative connections to the curriculum. The North Space and L Space Gallery's are located at the Lakeshore and North campuses respectively, and act as cultural hubs for discovering new artistic and creative connections to curriculum. While the collection complements these activities by offering students, staff and the community the opportunity to encounter art around the campuses, making in part of the day-to-day culture of the college, the collection also provides access to integrated to curriculum planning, student research and skills development.
Updated 16-Apr-14 John B. Aird Gallery / Galerie John B. Aird900 Bay Street, Macdonald BlockToronto, Ontario M7A 1C2Carla Garnet, Director/CuratorPhone (416) 603-0075Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.airdgallery.orgAFFILIATE MEMBERFormerly the Macdonald Gallery, we were re-opened in May of 1985 by the Ontario Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs and six visual arts groups, Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour, Ontario Crafts Council, Ontario Society of Artists, Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Society of Canadian Artists, and the Sculptors Society of Canada.
Our mandate is to create awareness and enjoyment of art by contemporary professional artists. A committee reviews exhibition proposals on an ongoing basis and selects twelve exhibitions annually. We sponsor an annual juried drawing show, a juried print show and a fundraiser. Proposals from artists and/or their representatives are welcome. The gallery occupies a 2400-square-foot space on the first floor of the Macdonald block, an office complex in the heart of Queen's Park, the seat of the Government of the Province of Ontario.
Updated 29-Aug-11 Koffler Centre of the Arts180 Shaw StreetToronto, Ontario M6J 2W5Mona Filip, CuratorPhone (416) 636-1881 / Fax (416) 636-5813Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.kofflerarts.orgART GALLERY MEMBEREstablished in 1980 as part of the Koffler Centre of the Arts, the Koffler Gallery's mandate is to exhibit, interpret and document works of excellence in the visual arts, focusing on contemporary Canadian art and programming of special interest to the Jewish community.
Exhibitions support new work in a range of cultural and aesthetic orientations, complemented by publications and public programs. Koffler Centre of the Arts is a Jewish cultural institution with a broad mandate to serve all and present a wide range of artistic programs through a global lens in a specifically Canadian context. Updated 28-Nov-16 Market Gallery95 Front Street East, South St. Lawrence MarketToronto, Ontario M5E 1C2Pamela Wachna, CoordinatorMichael Dowbenka, Exhibit & Outreach TehnicianPhone (416) 392-7604 / Fax (416) 392-0572Email: marketgallery@toronto.
caWeb site: www.toronto.ca/culture/the_market_gallery.htmAFFILIATE MEMBERLocated in the historic South St. Lawrence Market at the heart of one of Toronto's most historic neighbourhoods, the Market Gallery occupies the former civic council chamber of Toronto's original City Hall. Opened in 1979, over 120 exhibits on Toronto's art, culture and history have been presented. The Market Gallery also administers the city's art collection of over 2500 paintings, prints and sculpture.
Updated 16-Jul-14 Mercer Union, A Centre for Contemporary Visual Art1286 Bloor Street WestToronto, Ontario M6H 1N9York Lethbridge, Director of Operations and DevelopmentGeorgina Jackson, Director of Exhibitions & PublicationsPhone (416) 536-1519 / Fax (416) 536-2955Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.mercerunion.orgART GALLERY MEMBERConceptually and aesthetically engaging art acts as a catalyst for new conversations, and Mercer Union insists on providing a place for these.
We are contemporary art-centered and pursue our primary concerns through critical activities such as exhibitions, lectures, screenings, performances, publications, events, and special projects. In addition, our Platform programme enables us to respond to a wide range of non-exhibition-based artistic activities. Established in 1979, we are a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to contemporary art.
Updated 25-Jun-13 Museumpros Art Services Inc.530 Keele St. Unit 309Toronto, Ontario M6N 3C9Matthew Meagher – President, Import/Export. Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPete Chiarelli – Shipping, Dispatch, and Installation. Email:email@example.comMartin Rosen – Crating and Special Projects. Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgGary Ball – Framing. Email: email@example.comMatthew Meagher – Storage.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgChristopher McGarrity – Business Development. Email: email@example.comPhone (416) 588-0568 / Fax (416) 588-6784Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.museumpros.comBUSINESS MEMBEROntario's only fine art service centre providing archival framing, crating and packing, worldwide shipping, local deliveries, installation services, mount making, art storage, pedestals and plinths, custom fabrication and more.
Call today to get Museumpros working for you.Updated 03-Jul-12 Museum of Contemporary Art_Toronto_Canada952 Queen Street WestToronto, Ontario M6J 1G8David Liss, Curator AdvisorPhone (416) 395-0067 / Fax (416) 395-7598Email: email@example.comWeb Site: www.mocca.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe Museum of Contemporary Art_Toronto_Canada (formerly known as the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art - MOCCA) was founded from the former Art Gallery of North York in 1999.
In 2005, the Museum relocated to the West Queen West Art + Design District in downtown Toronto, in the heart of one of NOrth America's most dynamic arts communities. Since arriving on Queen Street West the Museum became a stimulus for the neighbourhood's art community, for local businesses and for contemporary art and artists in Canada. In 2015 the Museum of Contemporary Art_Toronto_Canada announced a unique partnership with Castlepoint Numa to create a new home for the Museum.
The museum will be moving its operations to 159 Sterling Road where it will occupy the first five floors of the iconic Tower Automotive building. The new Museum of Contemporary Art_Toronto_Canada will open its doors in Spring, 2017.Updated 25-Nov-16 Neilson Park Creative Centre56 Neilson DriveEtobicoke, Ontario M9C 1V7Cathy Frank, Gallery ManagerPhone (416) 622-5294 / Fax (416) 622-0892Email: info@neilsonparkcreativecentre.
comWeb site: www.neilsonparkcreativecentre.comAFFILIATE MEMBERNeilson Park Creative Centre is a non-profit visual arts centre in the west end of Toronto. We offer adult & children's art classes, and we are home to six resident groups.Updated 16-Jul-14 Onsite Gallery (OCADU)199 Richmond St. WToronto, ON M5V 0H4Lisa Deanne Smith, Curator (Onsite Gallery)Linda Columbus, Assistant (Onsite Gallery)Phone: (416) 977-6000 x.
456Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.ocadu.ca/gallery/onsite.htmART GALLERY MEMBEROnsite Gallery is OCAD University’s professional gallery and experimental curatorial platform for art, design and digital media. Serving the OCAD U community and the general public, Onsite Gallery aims to foster social and cultural transformations. Open Studio 104-401 Richmond Street WestToronto, Ontario M5V 3A8Jennifer Bhogal, Executive DirectorSara Kelly, Associate DirectorAstrid Ho, Print Sales Manager/ArchivistLeah Ataide, Technicial DirectorPhone (416) 504-8238Email: office@openstudio.
on.caWeb site: www.openstudio.on.caART GALLERY MEMBEROpen Studio, Canada's leading printmaker centre, is dedicated to the production, preservation, and promotion of contemporary original fine art prints. Open Studio is a comprehensive artist-run centre for contemporary printmaking practice, providing multi-faceted services, programs and information to artists and the public alike. As a national organization, Open Studio offers affordable and equal access to printmaking facilities, programs and services for artists from across Canada and abroad.
As an artist-run centre, it is our priority to support artists in the development of their professional endeavours.Updated 16-Dec-14 PACART - Pacific Art Services100 Carnforth RoadToronto, Ontario M4A 2K7Mark Starling, Managing DirectorBlake Starling, Director of International OperationsPhone (416) 754-0000 / Fax (416) 754-2855Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.pacart.caBUSINESS MEMBERPACART is Canada's leader in providing safe, secure and reliable transportation services to Art Galleries, Museums and Collectors.
PACART services include Custom Packing and Shipping Case construction, Transportation in our own fleet of specialized designed vehicles serving Canada and the USA, Storage facilities in both our Toronto and Montreal operations, International Export/Import shipping services including Customs and Forwarding both in Canada and abroad through a network of established fine art transportation firms. PACART is a proud member of the International Convention of Exhibition and Fine Art Transporters.
Updated 17-Aug-16 The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery at Harbourfront Centre231 Queens Quay WestToronto, Ontario M5J 2G8Gaëtane Verna, DirectorMariya Afzal, Head of DevelopmentJulia Paoli, Assistant CuratorKristine Bowen, Curator, Education & Public ProgramsPhone (416) 973-4949 / Fax (416) 973-4933Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.thepowerplant.orgART GALLERY MEMBERThe Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery is Canada's leading non-collecting public art gallery dedicated exclusively to contemporary visual art from Canada and the world.
It is a vital forum for the advanced artistic culture of our time that offers an exceptional facility and professional support to a diverse group of living artists while engaging equally diverse audiences in their work. The Power Plant fulfills its mandate by generating: exhibitions that represent the range of advanced practice in visual arts; publications that provide in-depth explorations of contemporary art; lectures and symposia that encourage debate and further understanding; interpretative tools that invite visitors ot question, explore and reflect upon their experiences; programming that incoporates other areas of culture at their intersection with visual art.
Updated 23-Nov-16 Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art401 Richmond Street West, Suite 124, Box 124Toronto, Ontario M5V 3A8Alysha Rajkumar, Operations & Gallery ManagerMilada Kovacova, Circulation ManagerStephanie Mina Kim, Production/Public Programmes ManagerPhone (416) 591-0357 / Fax (416) 591-0358Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.prefix.caAFFILIATE MEMBERPrefix Institute of Contemporary Art is a public art gallery and arts publishing house founded in 1999.
The institute fosters the appreciation and understanding of contemporary photographic, media, and digital arts through exhibitions, publications, and related activities. Among its many programs is the publication of the award-winning art magazine Prefix Photo.Updated 16-Jul-14 MBA Program in Arts & Media Adminisitration, York University Schulich School of Business4700 Keele St, N319 SSBToronto, Ontario M3J 1P3Joyce Zemans, Director, Senior Scholar, Professor EmeritaKathleen Welsby, CoordinatorPhone (416) 736-5217 / Fax (416) 736-5762Email: artm@schulich.
yorku.caWeb site: www.artm.schulich.yorku.caAFFILIATE MEMBERMasters business program with a specialization in Arts and Media Administration.Updated 29-Aug-11 Ryerson Image Centre33 Gould StreetToronto, Ontario M5B 1W1Natalie Spagnol, Administrative & Curatorial AssistantChristina Papantoniou, Coordinator, Public Programs & Visitor ServicesSophia Costomiris, Financial & Administrative AssistantPhone (416) 979-5164Email: ric@ryerson.
caWebsite: www.ryerson.ca/ricART GALLERY MEMBERThe Ryerson Image Centre (RIC) exists for the research, teaching and exhibition of photography and related media. We are an active partner within the academic fabric of Ryerson University, the cultural network of greater Toronto, and the national and international artistic community. We develop rigorous yet inclusive programs for students, faculty, artists, researchers and curators, as well as the general public.
Added 19-June-2017Stephen Bulger Gallery1026 Queen Street WestToronto, Ontario M6J 1H6Stephen Bulger, PresidentSarah Burtscher, Gallery DirectorRobyn Zolnai, Sales ManagerCiarán Dyke, Assistant ManagerScott Poborsa, PreparatorAlexandra Gooding, RegistrarMirvet Youssuf, Rental CoordinatorPhone (416) 504-0575 / Fax (416) 504-8929Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.bulgergallery.comBUSINESS MEMBERFounded in 1994, the Stephen Bulger Gallery has focused on the exhibition and sale of international contemporary and historical photographs.
The Gallery maintains an inventory of over 15,000 photographs with a special emphasis on works that define the documentary tradition as well as historical photographs from Canada. Open to all levels of collecting, the gallery specializes in working with first time buyers and includes important institutions and individuals on all continents in its clientele.Updated 14-Feb-17 Sur Gallery 39 Queens Quay EastToronto, Ontario M5E 0A5Tamara Toledo, Director/CuratorMarta Keller-Hernandez, AdministratorPhone: (416) 654-7787 Email: info@surgallery.
caWebsite: www.surgallery.caART GALLERY MEMBERSur Gallery is Toronto's first gallery space dedicated to the implementation of art projects, which showcase and promote contemporary Latin American artistic practices. Initiatives are aimed to socially innovate, critically engage, lending itself to opportunities of national relevance in order to begin to develop global networks of exchange. Sur Gallery is a project of LACAP.
Updated 03-May-17 TD Gallery, Toronto Public Library789 Yonge StreetToronto, Ontario M4W 2G8Mary Rae Shantz, Manager of Special Collections, Archives and Digital CollectionsCarol Barbour, Gallery and Exhibits CuratorPhone (416) 393-7131 / Fax (416) 393-7147Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.torontopubliclibrary.comAFFILIATE MEMBERAs Canada's largest public library, with many notable collections, the Toronto Public Library (TPL) includes exhibitions as an important part of its mission.
The Toronto Reference Library (TRL) is committed to the support of an active exhibition program, drawn primarily from its own research and reference collections, in the TD Gallery located in TRL. The focus of the exhibition program is the research and reference collections of TPL with particular emphasis on its special collections. The purpose of the program is to initiate and present exhibitions that interpret and promote these special collections, related collections and services.
The exhibition program may be augmented by the inclusion of material from other TPL collections, and from external sources.Updated 29-Aug-11 Textile Museum of Canada55 Centre AvenueToronto, Ontario M5G 2H5Emma Quin, Executive DirectorPat Neal, Operations DirectorSarah Quinton, Curatorial DirectorPhone (416) 599-5321 / Fax (416) 599-2911Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site: www.textilemuseum.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe Textile Museum of Canada (TMC) is one of Canada's most dynamic arts institutions, advancing the relevance of cultural organizations by exploring ideas and building global understanding through the interplay of art and the materials of everyday life.
Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, the Museum's permanent collection spans nearly 2,000 years and consists of more than 13,000 artifacts from around the world. Uniquely positioning the TMC to speak to global cultures and our increasingly global communities. A leader in the digitization of collectiosn and interactive environments, the TMC emphasises access within and beyond our walls, recognized the world over for innovation in the development of landmark educational research, adn creative initiatives.
Updated 09-May-17 Toronto Disctrict School Board - Museums & Archives16 Phin Ave.Toronto, ON M4J 3T2Greg McKinnon, Manager/ArchivistPhone (416) 397-3680 / Fax (416)-397-3685ART GALLERY MEMBERUpdated 20-Jan-15 Total Fine Arts 20 Casebrdige Ct, Scarborough, ON M1B 3M5 Scott T. Pustai, PresidentJason Foster, Accounting ManagerPhone (416) 636 1444Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.totalfinearts.
comBUSINESS MEMBERTOTAL Transportation Solutions Inc. is an asset based, independent and highly specialized, transportation solution provider with a foundation in the moving industry. Based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, the company provides services throughout Canada and the United States of America.Updated 02-Oct-2017 Ydessa Hendeles Art FoundationYdessa Hendeles, PresidentP.O. Box 757, Station FToronto, Ontario M4Y 2N6Phone (416) 413-9400Email: ydessa@yhaf.
orgAFFILIATE MEMBERUpdated 14-Jul-15 Younger Than Beyoncé Gallery 304-12 Lansdowne Avenue (MAILING ADDRESS ONLY)Toronto, Ontario M6K 2V8Marjan Verstappen, Co-DirectorHumboldt Magnussen, Co-DirectorAnjuli Rahaman, Director of OperationsPhone (647) 229-7820Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.ytbgallery.comART GALLERY MEMBERYounger Than Beyoncé is a nomadic, D.I.Y. gallery for emergent and experimental art practices.
We are an artist-run centre dedicated to providing paid opportunities to Toronto-based interdisciplinary artists under 33 years of age through gallery exhibitions, workshops, super fun parties, panel discussions, and community dialogues that respond and rethink pertinent issues facing society today.Added 08-Sep-2017 Unionville Varley Art Gallery of Markham216 Main Street UnionvilleMarkham, Ontario L3R 2H1Anik Glaude, CuratorCheryl Rego, Program CoordinatorDoriana Cabeceiras, Administrative AssistantRachel Brodie, Exhibitions/Collections & Facility CoordinatorPhone (905) 477-7000 / Fax (905) 477-6629Email: varley@markham.
caWebsite: varleyartgallery.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe Varley Art Gallery of Markham is a municipal art gallery that presents high quality exhibitions of historical and contemporary Canadian art, and offers educational programs for all members of the community. Through research, exhibitions, public programs and publications, we explore the art of F.H. Varley, the art of his peers, and of the artists that have explored and shaped a Canadian artistic practice.
Updated 03-Jan-2018 Waterloo Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery25 Caroline Street NorthWaterloo, Ontario N2L 2Y5Sheila McMath, CuratorWilliam Poole, Executive DirectorWilliam Hlowatzki, Public RelationsPhone (519) 746-1882 / Fax (519) 746-6396Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.canadianclayandglass.caAFFILIATE MEMBERWith an emphasis on Canadian artists, the Gallery brings exhibitions to public that are grounded in craft processes, engaged in contemporary experimentation and meaningful to diverse audiences.
By exhibiting and collecting contemporary works in ceramics and glass, the Gallery inspires dialogue, critical discourse and new ways of thinking. The Gallery’s media specificity is its distinguishing characteristic and greatest strength. Through exhibitions that address issues relevant to our times, an impressive selection of works in our Gallery Shop and intriguing public programs that engage, educate and inspire, we are accessible to all.
Adopting a national mandate in the early stages of its organizational development, the curatorial program continues to develop its reputation as a national centre of research, scholarship and artistic excellence. A site of leadership that influences both craft and fine arts communities, we are an essential organization within the Canadian cultural landscape.Updated 05-Jun-17 Robert Langen Art GalleryWilfrid Laurier University75 University Avenue WestWaterloo, Ontario N2L 3C5Suzanne Luke, CuratorPhone (519) 884-0710 ext.
3801 / Fax (519) 888-9721Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.wlu.ca/rlagART GALLERY MEMBERRLAG is the University's visual arts center. Exhibition programming is connected to the university's curriculum to foster creative thinking, exploration of ideas and community dialogue. four exhibitions featuring the work of contemporary Canadian artists are presented per academic year.Updated 16-Jul-14 University of Waterloo Art GalleryUniversity of Waterloo200 University Avenue West, ECHWaterloo, Ontario N2H 3G1Ivan Jurakic, Director / CuratorPhone (519) 888-4567 ext.
36741Email: email@example.comWeb site: www.uwag.uwaterloo.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe University of Waterloo Art Gallery (UWAG) is dedicated to the presentation and dissemination of contemporary art by early and mid-career Canadian and internationally relevant artists. We maintain a permanent collection of over 600 artworks and partner with UW Fine Arts to host an annual slate of undergraduate and MFA Thesis exhibitions alongside our regular exhibitions program.
The renovated gallery is a platform for exhibitions, symposia and events with an emphasis on nationally and regionally signficant artists working in multidisciplinary media.Updated 25-Nov-16 Whitby Station Gallery1450 Henry StreetWhitby, Ontario L1N 0A8Kerri King, CEOOlexander Wlasenko, CuratorNatasha Downes, Finance & Administration ManagerPhone (905) 668-4185 / Fax (905) 668-1934Email: art@whitbystationgallery.
comWeb Site: www.whitbystationgallery.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/stationgalleryTwitter: https://twitter.com/stationgalleryART GALLERY MEMBEROriginally the Whitby Junction Grand Trunk Railway Station, this heritage facility, a 1903 Victorian train station, is complemented by a very contemporary addition, doubling the size of the original gallery. Station Gallery provides visitors with innovative exhibitions, art classes, workshops, and special events.
A refurbished 1929 London Port Stanley boxcar houses a professionally equipped printmaking studio used by students and artists. Programs and special projects are featured throughout the year and the public is encouraged to enjoy the exciting exhibitions and activities offered at this unique art gallery.Updated 09-May-17 Windsor The Art Gallery of Windsor401 Riverside Drive WestWindsor, Ontario N9A 7J1Catharine Mastin, DirectorNicole McCabe, Curatorial CoordinatorJaclyn Meloche, CuratorPhone (519) 977-0013 / Fax (519) 977-0776Email: email@agw.
caWeb site: www.agw.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe Art Gallery of Windsor was incorporated in 1943 and has developed a collection of historical and contemporary art that is held as a cultural resource for the Windsor/Essex County community and beyond. Located in its state-of-the-art facility on the riverfront facing the Detroit skyline, the AGW showcases historical and contemporary art from Canada and around the world.
The mandate of the AGW is to facilitate intellectual access to visual art and to increase appreciation of the role of the visual arts and culture in Canadian society. Our mandate is to develop, conserve, research, interpret and animate the AGW collection. The AGW provides changing exhibitions, program documentation, and public programming that give access to ideas and present a local, national and international forum for regional issues and the work of contemporary writers, artists and curators.
Updated 09-May-17 Woodstock Woodstock Art Gallery449 Dundas StreetWoodstock, Ontario N4S 1C2Mary Reid, Director/CuratorRoberta Grosland, Head of CollectionsStephanie Porter, Education OfficerSara Cuthbert, Visitor Services CoordinatorPhone (519) 539-6761 / Fax (519) 539-2564Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb site:www.woodstockartgallery.caART GALLERY MEMBERThe Woodstock Art Gallery (WAG) is a centre that inspires, engages, and enriches the lives of all community members through innovative programming and activities that explore relevant topics addressed in contemporary and historical art.
The newly renovated WAG ocupies 3 floors of the former historical John White Building located in the heart of downtown Woodstock opposite Museum Square. The WAG is Oxford County's largest municipal public gallery with a permanent collection of over 1000 works.Updated 02-Mar-15
Title: Government Of Ontario Art Collection