Program Coordinator - UrbanArts
Deadline: September 9, 2016
UrbanArts is a progressive, not-for-profit community arts council with a mission to enhance neighbourhoods by engaging youth in community building through the arts. We provide opportunities for diverse cultural expression, artistic development, training and employment to urban communities with a focus on youth in central west Toronto.
Marketing Manager - Flato Markham Theatre
Deadline: September 6, 2016
Reporting to the Theatre Manager, the Marketing Manager is the primary lead for developing, implementing and monitoring the Theatre’s marketing and public relations strategies, plans and budgets to meet or exceed objectives for ticket and subscription sales, advertising revenues, registrations, individual donations and other earned and contributed income sources. The Marketing Manager will also provide support for fundraising and sponsor/donor initiatives to enhance the Theatre’s overall profile.
Roots & Routes: Call to Artists
Deadline: September 12th, 2016 at 10:00AM (EST)
Ontario Culture Days invites established artists with 5 or more year of experience to submit proposals for new artworks in any discipline to be featured in a 2017 project, Roots & Routes, which will take place at Toronto’s Union Station and in municipalities across Ontario from Sep 29 to Oct 1, 2017. Commissioned artists will also mentor the creation of related new works by emerging artists from their communities.
To celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary, Roots & Routes invites artists from across Ontario to contribute to a deeper understanding of what it means to be Canadian and Ontarian. Highlighting Toronto’s Union Station as a gateway to Ontario, Roots & Routes will explore the impact of railways, waterways, roadways, pathways, trails, virtual and personal networks, and other physical and cultural “routes” that link the province and “root” us to a sense of community.
Office coordinator - UrbanArts
Deadline: September 9, 2016
UrbanArts is a progressive, not-for-profit Community Arts Council (CAC)/ Local Arts Service Organization (LASO) providing opportunities for diverse cultural expression, artistic development, training and employment to urban communities with a focus on youth in central west Toronto; UrbanArts focuses on enhancing neighbourhoods by engaging youth in community development through the arts; UrbanArts is an incubator for local arts, with a range of programs led by professional artists in visual, digital, culinary and media arts, theatre, dance, and music. UrbanArts is the thread that weaves together generations.
Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts - Teaching Artist
Deadline: October 31, 2016
The Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts Education Department is seeking Teaching Artists to help lead in-school workshops. Opportunities include pre-show theatre based workshops, guest artist in the classroom workshops and lunch-time and afterschool programs. All workshops are on a freelance basis and flexible.
Student Job Opportunity - Marketing and Events Assistant
Sheridan, Faculty of Animation Arts and Design - Part Time Social Media and Communications Co-ordinator
Sheridan’s Faculty of Animation, Arts and Design is seeking a part time social media and communications co-ordinator. We are looking for an outgoing, highly motivated individual who can take initiative to track events in our Faculty and trends in the arts community. Must be able to work independently, write, research, develop stories, engage with people and stay up to date with events/milestones within the Faculty. Learn More
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Become a Volunteer at the Latcham Gallery!
We have a wide variety of volunteer opportunities for adults and teens. Work with a great group of volunteers and contribute to the vibrancy of the arts in your community! Volunteer opportunities include: Art Instructor's Assistant, Gallery Attendant, Special Event Volunteer and Fundraising Committee. Learn More
McMichael Canadian Art Collection is looking for new Docents!
The McMichael Canadian Art Collection is seeking motivated individuals to serve as Volunteer Docents. The ideal candidate is people-oriented and enthusiastic about introducing school groups and adults to Canadian art and the McMichael Collection. Learn More
Volunteer with the Robert McLaughlin Gallery
The RMG values the importance of volunteerism and makes it a priority to ensure all volunteers have an enriching and satisfying experience as they help to fulfil the needs of the gallery. Learn More
Volunteer with the Newmarket Jazz Festival
Volunteer with the York Region Arts Council
Volunteer at the Aurora Cultural Centre
Volunteer with the Markham Museum
Volunteer with the Varley Art Gallery
Volunteer with the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)
Volunteer with the Ontario Association of Art Galleries