A job listing serving the arts sector in the Kingston region.

 

Send all opportunities to info@artskingston.ca with the subject "Arts Job Board" and make sure to include job title, short description, contact, deadline and a link to the detailed job posting / a document containing the detailed job posting.

Education and Engagement Manager (Thousand Islands Playhouse)

In this role, the successful candidate will work to research, design, and deliver a series of educational and engagement focused opportunities for visitors of the theatre and the Thousand Islands Playhouse community. The employee will be responsible for launching a new department that is considered key to the future growth and ongoing success of the organization.

Deadline to apply: November 30, 2021

For application guidelines or more information, click here. 


Development Officer, Corporate and Foundations (Thousand Islands Playhouse)

In this role, the successful candidate will work to identify and secure funding from government and corporate partners to ensure the ongoing sustainability and success of the organization. This includes preparing proposals and applications for support, as well as
building relationships with key external stakeholders. The individual is also responsible for preparing stewardship and impact reports, tracking proposals and applications, planning and executing corporate events, and working closely with other members of the Thousand Islands Playhouse administrative and artistic teams.

Deadline to apply: November 30, 2021

For application guidelines or more information, click here.


Artistic Associate (SpiderWebShow Performance)

This position works closely with the Artistic Director, and the Director of Artistic Research, through largely consensus-based decision-making, a process supported and informed by the Managing Producer. The Artistic Associate contributes to organizational strategy and planning, artistic programming, social media content, and grant writing. This is a remote position and applications from across Canada are welcome.

Deadline to apply: December 17, 2021

For application guidelines or more information, click here.


Curator, Indigenous Art and Culture (Agnes Etherington Art Centre)

Working in close collaboration as part of a team of curators that report to the Chief Curator, the Curator, Indigenous Art and Culture is responsible for Agnes’s curatorial program, both on- and off-site and through digital platforms, ensuring its vitality and social relevance by researching, writing, and developing exhibitions and related public and community activities within a coherent artistic vision; by producing high-quality, innovative, interpretive material and publications; and by overseeing installation design and effective communication and promotion. The Curator, Indigenous Art and Culture is also responsible for Agnes’s significant collection of art, in particular the care, access, acquisition, research, interpretation and exhibition of Indigenous art from all periods, and its relationship to other collecting areas.

Deadline to apply: January 3, 2022

For application guidelines or more information, click here.

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