Industrial Parks Collective hiring Community Arts Coordinator and Audiovisual Assistant 🎨

Deadline: May 19

Industrial Parks Collective is hiring! If you are between 15 and 30, and seeking a role that supports creativity and diversity in your community, you should apply! They are looking for a Community Arts Coordinator and an Audiovisual Assistant. Send your resumes to admin@industrialparks.ca

Community Arts Coordinator:

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Audiovisual Assistant:

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Third Shift Seeks Festival Associate 🌛

Third Space Gallery is seeking to fill the position of THIRD SHIFT Festival Associate in May 2023. The successful candidate will work closely with staff and volunteers of Third Space Gallery to present THIRD SHIFT Contemporary Arts Festival in Saint John, New Brunswick in August 2023 and will assist with Third Space programming throughout the Spring and Summer months. The successful candidate will work with the current Executive Director at USTATION on Prince William St. from May to September 2023, with opportunities of occasional remote work throughout the duration of the position.

We're hiring. Third Shift Festival Associate. Closing Date May 3, 2023

Full details about applying for the job are here.
Want to learn more about our employment opportunity happening this summer? Tune in to our informal Q&A session over Zoom Wednesday, April 26th, 7pm AST!


Info Session! Third Shift Festival Associate. Wednesday, April 26, Zoom Q & A, 7pm.


Learn what it’s like to be a Festival Associate and how you get to contribute directly to the arts and culture community of Saint John 🌙✨ Visit this link to register.

Mount Saint Vincent Art Gallery Seeks Director 📣

The Art Gallery invites applications for the position of Director.

If you require an accommodation at any time during the application process, please let us know.

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Applications should include a cover letter and resume. This competition closes on May 10, 2023.

The Director of the Art Gallery is responsible for providing strategic leadership to the Art Gallery and the campus community through their specialized knowledge of visual art. Reporting to the Dean of Arts and Science, the Director has overall responsibility for the Gallery operation, including management of the budget; hiring, training, and full supervision of personnel; maintenance of Gallery facilities; and oversight and care of the University’s permanent collection. The Director plans and implements the annual program of exhibitions, publications, and special events, and secures external funding to support these initiatives. They also consult and collaborate with the internal university community, as well as with external individuals and groups to support the mission of the Gallery and the University. The Director develops and enacts Gallery-specific policies, with the approval of the Board of Governors.

Full details are here.

Community Engagement and Access Assistant 🦋

Owens Art Gallery and Colville House
Application deadline: 10 April 2023
Term: 18 weeks, from 1 May to 1 September 2023
Salary is $18.00 per hour


Community Engagement Owens


The Owens Art Gallery and Colville House are seeking a summer intern for the position of Community Engagement and Access Assistant. Working closely with the full-time staff of the Owens Art Gallery, the intern will play a key role in the administration and delivery of summer programs and community engagement activities at Colville House and the Owens. They will be responsible for coordinating appointments and visitor engagement for Colville House, a small house museum devoted to artist Alex Colville; welcoming and orienting visitors to the Owens Art Gallery; assisting with ongoing accessibility services, such as writing visual descriptions for images and editing closed-captions for Owens TV; assisting with publications distribution; helping with Convocation and Reunion Weekend activities (May 12-14); and supporting the delivery of school tours.

This position requires a welcoming approach, flexibility, and attention to detail. Candidates must be Mount Allison University students with knowledge of visual and media arts practices though study in Fine Arts, Art History, Museum and Curatorial Studies, Indigenous Studies, Canadian Studies, or Visual and Material Culture Studies. Intermediate computer skills are required; a working knowledge of Photoshop would be an asset, although the Owens can provide training and experience in these areas.

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to owens@mta.ca no later than 5:00 pm on 10 April 2023. If you have any questions, please contact owens@mta.ca.

Mount Allison University is committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from members of racialized communities, Indigenous people, disabled people, and members of all sexual and gender identities. We seek candidates with qualifications and knowledge to contribute specifically to the further diversification of our campus community. While the Owens Art Gallery is partially accessible, Colville House is not accessible.

AX Seeks Workshop Instructors 👨🏽‍🏫

AX is seeking proposals for workshops!

AX offers workshops in various disciplines, including visual arts, ceramics, fine crafts, and writing.

AX Call for Workshop Instructors

Workshop formats can be flexible. Proposals for workshops from 3 hours to up to 8 consecutive weeks will all be considered.

If your proposal is successful, AX will pay you $40/hour, reimburse you for any materials you purchase, and reimburse you for mileage (up to $300). AX can work with you to help determine a suitable time and AX will help publicize the event. We also manage registration and fee collection from participants.

Please visit this link for more information, or contact our Ceramics and Workshop Coordinator, Alana Wilson at ceramics@axartscentre.ca with any questions!

ARCA Programming Coordinator 📎

Job Title: ARCA Programming Coordinator

Location: Working from home

Term: Full-time (flexible hours, 35 hours a week)

Salary Expectation: $25 per hour, roughly $43,000 per year

Organization Description

The Artist-Run Centres and Collectives Conference/La Conférence des collectifs et des Centres d’artistes autogérés (ARCA) currently represents over 180+ artist-run centres (ARC) across Canada. This includes but is not limited to groups and collectives working in visual and media arts, performance art, publishing, contemporary craft and architecture. ARCs are defined through their community and actions and have been built over multiple generations of arts advocacy since the 1960s. ARCs are key arts and culture providers, each providing unique and significant artistic benefits to their communities. Each ARC has its own mandate and cultural identity, responding to their community’s needs through programming and artistic actions.

ARCA Programming Coordinator

The Programming Coordinator will plan, support, implement, and oversee a variety of duties ensuring that ARCA’s programming remains active, relevant, and engaging to artist-run centres. Working with and reporting to the Executive Director, this position works with ARCA as a team to manage organizational outreach, programmed arts activations, and many aspects of ongoing operations.

Full details are here.

AX Seeks Programming Coordinator 📣

AX, the Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex, is seeking a Programming Coordinator to provide programming support for the centre. The Programming Coordinator plays a vital role in fulfilling AX’s strategic objectives and mandate to support, promote and foster arts and culture in the region.


AX Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex now hiring for the position of Programming Coordinator


This is a permanent position for 30 hours per week (occasional evenings and weekends required), with group health benefits paid for by the employer, minimum three weeks’ vacation, additional holidays over and above statutory holidays, and a wage of $18/hour. These terms are negotiable, depending on qualifications and experience.

Please apply with a cover letter and resume by March 12, 2023. You may email your application to execdirector@axartscentre.ca. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis, so early submission is encouraged. We thank everyone who applies for their interest in this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Full details and job description are here.

Music Workshop Facilitators: Moncton/Dieppe 🎶

Are you an energetic musician who loves to entertain and work with children? JM Canada is looking for facilitators located in the Moncton/Dieppe region to facilitate its Young Audience Workshops!

Job offer. Music Workshop Facilitator, Moncton/Dieppe

Successful candidates will receive paid training that will provide them with the necessary tools to facilitate the workshops.

For all the information, go here.

UNB Design Works: Summer Camps for Kids ☀️

UNB Design Works – Summer Camp Staff job opportunities.

Summer job opportunities. UNB Design Works Summer Camp Staff

We are looking to fill the following positions:

Design Works Camp Instructors: For Theatre/Dance, Arts, Fashion, Photography/Video, Cooking, and Game Design/Coding.
  • 8 – 10 weeks: June 26 – September 1, 2023. $17.00 / hr – 30 hours instruction + 5 hours prep/week
  • Degree in education and /or experience teaching school-age children, ideally in a camp setting
  • Background skills in the subject area
  • Lesson planning & preparation skills
  • Management of a small budget & supplies
Design Works Camp Assistants: For all areas
  • 10 weeks: June 26 – September 1, 2023. $15.00/hr – approx. 40 hours/week.
  • Experience with groups of young children ideally in a camp setting
  • Background in one of our camp subject areas would be an asset
Design Works Camps provide a fun, creative, educational, and safe learning experience for children ages 6–12. If you are a person who loves to work with kids, and prides yourself in providing the highest quality of service, please send us your resume to join our Design Works team!
For more information on our summer camps, go here. All successful candidates will require a vulnerable sector check and first aid training. Please email your resume and state which position(s) you are interested in: oliverf@unb.ca

artsnb Call for Graphic Designer 🧑🏽‍💻

The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) is looking for a graphic designer to create bilingual promotional materials to help promote the organisation’s programs and to create its 2022-2023 Annual Report (the chosen candidate may work in English and/or French). The deadline to send a submission is March 20, 2023 at 11:59pm.

Call for Graphic Designer. Deadline to submit: March 20, 2023. artsnb


  • Design a poster to be used for print and the web (bilingual, English/French)
  • Design a bilingual brochure to be used for print and the web (bilingual, English/French, tumble format)
  • Design artsnb’s 2022-2023 annual report for print and the web (bilingual, English/French, tumble format)
  • Submit final versions in all requested formats
  • Obtain two quotes for each project from printers, and follow up with selected printer.

Full details are here.

Fundy Fringe Festival Hiring: Summer 2023 🐙

Are you looking for employment between the months of May and September? Are you passionate about theatre arts? Do you have prior experience working in theatre, either as a student or a young professional? If so, we want you to join our team this summer!

Fundy Fringe Festival Summer Hiring 2023

Fundy Fringe Festival is looking to hire four summer staff members to help with administration, volunteer coordination, tech, and marketing (among other preparatory tasks for the festival). If you are interested in being interviewed, please send a resumé and cover letter to jessica@saintjohntheatrecompany.com. Interviews will be scheduled in March.

Arts and Culture Policy Analyst 📈

Arts Culture NB invites you to join the New Brunswick Arts and Culture team! We are privileged to work with New Brunswick’s talented and innovative artists and creative industries while providing meaningful and challenging work. Imagine being able to experience the province’s vibrant arts and culture scene all while contributing to one of the most important projects of this New Brunswick industry every day, the Status of the Artist!

Arts Culture NB: Arts and Culture Policy Analyst.

The Arts and Culture Branch works collaboratively with stakeholders and industry members to support, promote, and grow this sector while encouraging New Brunswickers and visitors to discover arts and culture products, activities and experiences.

Applications are due by February 15, 2023.

Go here for full details.

Craft NB Seeks Project Manager 📈

Craft NB is currently in search of the perfect person to fill the position of Project Manager.

Craft NB: Join our team. Project Manager

If you, or someone you know, is passionate about the craft community, project management, and logistical planning, we would love to hear form you!

Check out the job description here.

Beaverbrook Art Gallery Seeks Registrar 📣

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery is growing in more ways than one. With a spectacular new façade, exciting exhibitions and programs, and revamped internal systems, we need YOU to be part of our dynamic team!

Beaverbrook Art Gallery

Job: Registrar

To apply for this position, please submit your résumé to Sandra Nickerson, Business Services Manager: By email, HR@beaverbrookartgallery.org

Position profile:

Reporting directly to the Manager of Collections & Exhibitions, the Registrar is responsible for the management of the collection and exhibitions, which comprises maintenance, storage, transportation and record keeping associated with the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions, and acquisitions.

The Registrar ensures that collections management is conducted in accordance with the highest public art gallery standards in Canada aligned with the resources made available by the Gallery.

The Registrar must also be able to manage other Gallery projects related to the collection, its exhibition, and related to traveling exhibitions.

Go here for full details.

AX Seeks Fund Development and Business Officer 📊

AX, the Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex, is seeking a dynamic and driven Fund Development and Business Officer to proactively manage donor relations and communications, fundraising and sponsorships, special events and specific project budgets, and administration. While the primary focus will be the communication, relationship-building and solicitation necessary to attract and maintain philanthropic support for the Centre, the successful candidate will play a vital role in fulfilling AX’s strategic objectives and mandate to support, promote and foster arts and culture in the region.

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This is a permanent position for 37.5 hours per week (occasional evenings and weekends required), with group health benefits paid for by the employer, flexible work options, minimum three weeks’ vacation, additional holidays over and above statutory holidays, and a salary between $45,000 and $65,000. These terms are negotiable, depending on qualifications and experience.

Please apply with a cover letter and resume by January 26, 2022. You may email your application to execdirector@axartscentre.ca

Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis, so early submission is encouraged. We thank everyone who applies for their interest in this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Full details are here.

Summer Jobs: Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre 2023 🎭

Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre is now accepting applications for various Front of House and Creative Team positions for its 2023 season. All positions require residing in Antigonish for the duration of the contracts. Some of these positions are contingent upon funding from the Province of Nova Scotia and Service Canada. Funding confirmation is expected to be received in April 2023.

Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre 2023 Summer Jobs

1. Patron Relations Assistant (Box Office)
2. Production Assistant
3. Head of Wardrobe
4. Wardrobe Assistant
5. Scenic Carpenter
6. Props Builder
7. Wardrobe Dresser

Full job postings are here.

Deadline for Applications: February 15 (Creative Team) and March 17 (Front of House).

Struts Gallery: Open Studio Coordinator Summer 2023 📍

Student Employment Opportunity at Struts Gallery in Sackville, New Brunswick.
Open Studio Coordinator Summer 2023
$16/hr | 35hrs/week | 16 weeks
May 2 – Aug 19, 2023
Deadline to Apply: Tuesday, January 31st, 11:59 pm Atlantic

Struts Gallery is hiring. Student Employment Opportunity. Open studio coordinator for Summer 2023. Deadline to apply: Tuesday, January 31st, 11:59pm

Working closely with the Gallery Staff, the Open Studio Coordinator will be responsible for a wide variety of tasks related to our annual Open Studio Residency Program and our broader summer activities. The successful candidate will work directly with staff and visiting artists, helping to facilitate residency projects, exhibitions, and events. Work could include in-studio production, research, volunteer recruitment and community engagement. The Open Studio Coordinator will also help publicize visiting artists and promote their work and events using design, photo/video, social media, and communication strategies.
The Open Studio Coordinator will also support the installation of Summer Members Projects and our weekly fundraising BBQ’s while assisting with day-to-day activities of the gallery as they pertain to administration, maintenance, and communications.

Full details are here.

AX Seeks Executive and Artistic Director 📣

AX, the Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex, is seeking an Executive and Artistic Director to implement the centre’s strategic vision by leading and empowering stakeholders in the effective delivery of programs and services. The Executive and Artistic Director will report to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the everyday management of the centre, including employees, finances, and programming.

Click here for the full details.

Ax Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex

This is a permanent position for 37.5 hours per week (occasional evenings and weekends required), with group health benefits paid for by the employer, flexible work options, a minimum of 4 weeks’ vacation, additional holidays over and above statutory holidays, and a salary between $55,000 and $70,000. These terms are negotiable, depending on qualifications and experience.

Please apply with a cover letter and resume. You may email your application to boardpres@axartscentre.ca. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis, so early submission is encouraged. We thank everyone who applies for their interest in this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Neptune Theatre Seeks Executive Director 🔱

Neptune Theatre is Atlantic Canada’s premier destination for live, professional theatre. Our roots are deep in this region. Proudly celebrating our Diamond 60th Anniversary, Neptune is committed and connected to our local community. Our values are grounded in the belief that the power of live theatre can transform and connect. With a mindful and inclusive approach, we are committed to bringing stories that represent the history and diversity of our region and its people to life on our stages.

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Statement of Intention

Neptune Theatre seeks to promote equity, inclusion, and access by amplifying voices and stories that have been historically marginalized or underrepresented, and we factor this into every decision we make. We encourage submissions from individuals of all genders, ethnicities, abilities, and identities, and will give scheduling priority to those who self-identify as IBPOC, LGBTQ2S+, d/Deaf, living with disabilities, and/or facing other systemic challenges in our industry. Applicants should be aware that Neptune does not tolerate any form of harassment or discrimination of its employees, patrons, partners and volunteers, or any persons visiting or spending time on its premises. We are committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities at any stage of the hiring process.


The Position

Accountable to the Board, the Executive Director works in partnership with the Artistic Director to promote and realize the Theatre’s strategic vision and to lead and manage the Theatre. The Executive Director is responsible for the Theatre’s operations, including administration, audience outreach, strategic business planning, and fundraising.

Priorities for the Executive Director

The Executive Director’s Year 1 priorities are:

  • With the Board and Artistic Director, design and facilitate the development of a new strategic plan for Neptune that is ready to be actioned in summer/fall 2023 to guide 2024/25 budget and playbill.
  • Ensure Neptune is staffed and operated within the budget parameters outlined in the 2023/24 budget including optimizing staff engagement and staffing vacant positions.
  • Develop and execute marketing/partnership plans that support the financial success of 2023/24’s program and, in collaboration with the Artistic Director, ensure that audience participation supports budget and production targets
  • Strengthen and optimize funder, fundraising and donor engagement and stewardship
  • With the Artistic Director, develop a 2024/25 budget and playbill that are aligned with the new strategic plan

The Executive Director’s Year 2 & 3 priorities are:

  • With the Artistic Director, develop budgets/playbills (2024/25 and 2025/26) that align with the new strategic plan and realize the objectives set out in that plan.
  • Develop and execute a marketing and partnership development strategy that supports and reflects the artistic objectives of the Theatre and builds audience base to support the growth and sustainability of the Theatre
  • Develop and implement a multi-year financial plan that sees Neptune operate sustainably, eliminate its accumulated deficit, and reduce its mortgage.

Job Description

Organizational Leadership

Working in conjunction with the Artistic Director and the Board; lead the Theatre forward in the development and execution of a new strategic plan with a compelling vision that inspires and motivates staff, stakeholders, the theatre community, and the broader community.

Collaborate with Neptune’s Artistic Director to support the development and execution of the organization’s artistic vision and goals.

  • Develop and implement measurable plans to improve Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Access in all aspects of the operation while addressing Neptune’s commitment to anti-oppression/anti-racism.
  • Increase audiences and community engagement by creating, expanding and implementing an innovative and fresh approach to connecting with the broader community.
  • In collaboration with the Artistic Director, ensure Neptune has the organizational structure and capacity to execute the strategic plan.
  • Develop and foster a workplace culture that maintains the highest standards of excellence, equality, creativity, collaboration, inclusiveness, and fiscal, operational, and organizational integrity.
  • Ensure compliance with labour, occupational health and safety and human rights standards.
    In partnership with the Artistic Director, represent Neptune with key local, provincial, and national government officials, industry executives, strategic partners, donors, members, patrons, and other relevant sectors as a spokesperson.
  • Establish a strong, collaborative, and respectful working relationship with the Chair and the Board of the Neptune Theatre Foundation to maximize the value of the Board to the organization
  • Marketing, Communications, and Digital Strategy
  • In collaboration with the Artistic Director and Manager of Marketing and Sales, oversee the creation of the overall marketing and communications strategy to ensure continued and expanding engagement with audiences and external communities.
  • Alongside the Artistic Director, develop and implement strategies to ensure patrons, funders, donors, business/community leaders, elected officials and the public understand Neptune’s role, value, and contributions to the social, economic and cultural wellbeing of the province and the region.

Audience Development and Community Engagement

In support of the Director of Education and Manager of Marketing and Sales, lead Neptune’s overall strategies to develop audiences and engage with communities as outlined in the strategic plan and identify the appropriate metrics.
Provide leadership to the Box Office in developing and implementing a tactical plan to achieve the goals set out to secure budgeted results for subscriptions, single ticket and school sales using best practices and innovation to maximize the patron experience.

Fund Development

In collaboration with Neptune’s Director of Development and Partnerships, oversee and participate in fund development strategies ensuring alignment with the artistic vision and the strategic plan.

Secure a robust and diverse support base for Neptune by establishing, managing, and enhancing existing and new relationships with key sponsors and donors, including governments, to facilitate the creation of new and renewed sources of major gifts, sponsorships and grants.
Front of House

  • Support the Senior Front of House Manager in hiring and training Neptune’s Front of House team.
  • Develop and set goals for the organization to achieve in delivering world-class experiences for patrons.
  • Ensure safety procedures and directives for the service of alcoholic beverages are compliant with relevant legislative and regulatory requirements.
  • Ensure training manuals are reviewed and updated and the testing of evacuation procedures is conducted regularly.
  • Financial Oversight
  • Develop an overall financial strategy for the organization in consultation with the Artistic Director, Director of Finance and the Board to advance the strategic plan, the artistic vision, and any longer-term capital projects while ensuring financial sustainability.
  • Assume responsibility of the direct fiscal management of the organization within the approved budget, ensuring optimized resource utilization, and maintaining a positive financial position including the management of cash flow and approval of capital expenditures and acquisitions.
  • Provide leadership to Finance and Administration, ensuring sound financial structures, regulatory practices and accurate reporting systems are in place including preparing the audited financial statements.
  • Working with the Artistic Director and senior management develop a business plan and an annual budget that advances the artistic vision and the strategic plan.
  • Maintain sound financial management including financial reporting, forecasting and analysis, accurate cash flow projections and compliance.

Candidates who are interested in applying for this exciting leadership opportunity should send a cover letter outlining their interest along with a resume to astuart@neptunetheatre.com

Sunbury Shores Seeks Executive Director 📣

Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre is currently seeking an Executive Director (ED) to provide strategic leadership for planning and operations of the Centre. The ED day-to-day responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Short and long-term strategic and business planning;
  • Policy management; human resource management; financial and administrative management; facility and equipment management and planning; hands-on oversight and participation in daily activities of the Centre;
  • Mandatory reporting;
  • Programming and marketing oversight;
  • Revenue generation through grant writing, and support for Board-led fundraising activities;
  • Ongoing communication with key stakeholders; advocacy efforts, as required;
  • Support to the Board President, as required and appropriate to Board-specific policies.

Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Three to five years experience in operational management;
  • Proven success with grant-writing for the non-profit sector; proven ability to engage and
    develop successful relationships with members, patrons and donors;
  • A university or college degree in arts management, museum studies, business administration or a related field—or equivalent. Experience and strong interest in art is preferred, as is experience and enthusiasm for art education;
  • Recognition of, and ability to maintain high professional standards for the display of art to foster relationships with artists, curators, and other exhibiting organizations;
  • Experience creating and implementing effective marketing and public relations programs and activities; participation in community /partnership development;
  • Proven understanding of stewardship and Board governance, and experience working efficiently and effectively with a board of directors and volunteers;
  • Proven leadership, communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Proven understanding of long-term sustainability principles and risk management;
  • Proven organizational, planning and budgeting/financial management skills.

How to Apply

Please submit your resume and cover letter indicating your interest and relevant experience to Catherine Hamilton, President, Board of Directors of Sunbury Shores Art and Nature Centre at Board@sunburyshores.orgThe Selection Committee will begin reviewing applications on December 17th, 2022‬‬. SSANC welcomes applications from all qualified individuals and is committed to a positive, supportive, and inclusive environment. If you are contacted for an interview, please advise if you require accommodation.

Please note: While we invite applications from all interested and qualified candidates, we are unable to follow-up with every applicant.

Job posting is here.