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.

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, 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.

Neptune Theatre logo

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.

Marketing and Communications Assistant: Beaverbrook Art Gallery 📡

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery is reviving in more ways than one. With a spectacular new facade and revamped internal systems, we need YOU to be part of our passionate team!

Beaverbrook Art Gallery

Job: Marketing and Communications Assistant

Position profile:

The Marketing and Communications Assistant is tasked with providing support to the Marketing and Communications Specialist based on departmental needs. You will be responsible for creating press releases, newsletters, and other communications deliverables. You will also be responsible for some general IT upkeep, as well as entering data into our CRM (Salesforce) with information on programs and events. This is a full-time position.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support the Marketing and Communications team with various tasks related to promoting all aspects of the gallery.
  • Write and distribute media releases.
  • Regularly update WordPress website with new exhibitions, programs, and residencies.
  • Create graphics using programs such as Canva.
  • Write and edit event descriptions and other items to be input into Salesforce.
  • Provide programming, systems, and/or system administration leadership by working directly with the team at Salesforce to ensure all systems are working efficiently.
  • Act as the internal contact for the galleries IT needs and be the point contact with the external IT company when issues arise.
  • Provide guidance and assistance to other internal teams for Salesforce.
  • Prepare and distribute newsletters and member communications to targeted audiences.
  • Test systems before launching to ensure proper results.
  • Assist other teams with tasks and problem-solving technical inquiries.
  • Other duties as required.


  • Post-secondary training in marketing, communications, or other related fields.
  • Related Salesforce or CRM experience is an asset. Training on Salesforce will be provided.
  • Experience with marketing, social media, and graphic design.
  • Excellent organization and time-management skills.
  • Strong and positive work ethic, with ability to work independently, yet as a contributing member of the overall gallery team.
  • Fluently bilingual in both English and French is an asset.
  • Valid Criminal Record Check, upon request.

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery “enriches life through art.”  We bring art and community together in a dynamic cultural environment dedicated to the highest standards in exhibitions, programming, education and stewardship.

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.

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

Application deadline: Ongoing until a suitable candidate has been selected (The Gallery thanks all applicants, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.)

Details here.

L’AAAPNB Seeks Communications Coordinator 🗣

L’Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick (l’AAAPNB) is looking for a Communications Coordinator. (This position requires fluency in French)

L’AAAPNB est à la recherche d’un.e Responsable des communications.

Offre d'emploi. L'AAAPNB est a la recerche d'une responsable des communications

Candidatures reçues jusqu’au 16 décembre 2022 et entrée en fonction le 16 janvier 2023. Détails :bit.ly/3tPAjq6

Call for Experienced Indigenous Artists to Teach Workshops

Call for artists interested in teaching workshops in Fredericton on Thursday evenings in December and Saturday afternoons in January, February and March.

Call for experiences Indigenous artists. Are you an Indigenous artist that practices beadwork, quillwork, drum making, ash basketry, or birch bark etching? Would you be interested in teaching a paid workshop to 12 participants as part of Mawi'Art Hans On: A Wabanaki Arts Workshop Series?

For more information, contact us on Instagram or Facebook. email, admin@mawiart.org  call 1-506-866-0046

There’s no deadline to inquire but opportunities are limited so be sure to contact us as soon as possible.

Are you an Indigenous artist that practices beadwork, quillwork, drum making, ash basketry, or birch bark etching? Would you be interested in teaching a paid workshop to 12 participants as part of Mawi’Art Hans On: A Wabanaki Arts Workshop Series?

For more information, contact us on Instagram or Facebook, email, admin@mawiart.org or call 1-506-866-0046

Musical Ventures Seeks Arts Administrator 📣

An Arts Administrator position is available with Musical Ventures Inc.

Located in Fredericton, NB, Musical Ventures Inc., is arts presenting organization that has been active in classical music programming in the city since 1994 through its two main projects: New Brunswick Summer Music Festival and Atlantic Sinfonia. The former is a nationally recognised two-week long festival held in August; whereas the latter is a chamber ensemble, offering concerts in Fredericton and the region.

Musical Ventures

General Description

The Arts Administrator will support the two performing arts ventures focusing on fundraising, marketing, and organizational administration. Tasks will include seeking out and applying for grants and corporate giving opportunities, communications, and office administration.

Specific tasks include:

  • Seeking out and securing available grants
  • Keeping good records in an office setting
  • Work with Board of directors budgets, direction and goals
  • Seek out and liaise with partners effectively
  • Lead marketing initiatives for events
  • Maintain a social media presence
  • Manage part-time staff and volunteers

Other skills

Applicant should have training and/or experience in Arts Administration and have a desire to see the organization flourish. An ability to work both independently and under the close direction of a director and volunteer board is essential. Proficiency in word processing and spreadsheet applications is necessary and other computer skills, such as desktop publishing, would be an asset. Ability to drive and vehicle ownership would be an asset.

The position will be 20-30 hours per week with a wage of $20/hour. The position has a probationary period of 12 weeks, with on-going employment the goal. The position is essentially an on-site position.

Applications will be reviewed starting 05 December 2022.

Applications should be addressed to:

Musical Ventures, Inc

Memorial Hall UNB, Rm. 22

9 Bailey Dr.

Fredericton, NB

E3B 5A3

Attn: Siobhan Hanratty

Or electronically to: info@musicalventures.ca

AX Seeking Ceramics Centre Coordinator 📣

AX, the Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex, is seeking a Ceramics Centre Coordinator to help manage our ceramics centre, coordinate ceramics and other art and fine craft workshops for the public, maintain inventory and studio equipment, fire kilns, and coordinate our AX Evolution Program: Emerging Ceramics Artists. 

Ax Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex

This is a permanent position for 30 hours/week, with health benefits, paid vacation, and an hourly range between $16.83 to $26.44 per hour, depending on qualifications.

As the successful applicant, you will have access to an office and studio in a new, fully-equipped ceramics centre. You will coordinate mentorship opportunities for artists who participate in the AX Evolution Program, offering you important networking opportunities with experienced ceramists. You will have access to kilns and a wheel as well as other professional equipment. Because the position is only 30 hours per week, you’ll have time to pursue other professional goals while earning a reliable income, and you’ll coordinate AX’s ceramics arts and workshop programming, with opportunities to earn additional income as a ceramics instructor.

Join Our Team

Please apply with a resume and cover letter outlining why you believe you’re suitable for this position by November 17, 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.


  • Organize and coordinate AX’s ceramics programming as well as the ceramics, arts, and fine craft workshops, with opportunities to earn additional income as an instructor.
  • Organize and coordinate annual ceramics/pottery sale and help with other ceramics revenue generation for the centre.
  • Coordinate appropriate mentors for the AX Evolution Program: Emerging Ceramics Artists, and schedule meetings in collaboration with the Ceramics Committee; track and report on program milestones.
  • Coordinate a biannual emerging artist ceramics exhibition and a biannual ceramics conference.
  • Maintain ceramics centre inventory and equipment.
  • Other duties as determined by the AX Executive and Artistic Director.


  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Strong team player and able to work independently.
  • Excellent communication skills, including written and verbal.
  • Excellent time management and problem-solving skills.

Hours of work: 30 hours per week; occasional weekends and evenings may be required.

Centre for Craft Nova Scotia Call for Instructors 🧑🏽‍🏫

The Centre for Craft Nova Scotia invites artists and crafters interested in sharing their skills and knowledge to instruct courses and workshops in our wood, ceramics, textiles, jewellery, and multipurpose studios. We’re inviting proposals for all crafting levels: from introductory courses to advanced techniques for experienced makers.


Centre for Craft NS


WINTER 2023 TERM runs from January 16th to March 25th, 2023. Teaching Proposals are due October 15th 2022.

**PLEASE NOTE: If you have taught with us before, you will need to resubmit your course proposal. **

Your proposal package should include the following information:

  1. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND NAME of the proposed course or workshop as you would like it to appear on the course brochure (MAX 150 words).
    – Please include preferred dates, times, and duration of the course.
    – Maximum number of students in the class.
    – An extensive list of required equipment, tools and ideal set up.
    – A breakdown of materials for each student including costs, processing fees, and HST.
  2. COURSE OUTLINE including brief descriptions of what is to be covered in each week’s class. Please schedule at least 20 minutes of each class for clean up.
  3. CURRENT C.V. as it relates to your art practice.
  4. BIO to appear on the Centre for Craft’s web page (MAX 150 words). Also include a link to your website if you have one.
  5. DIGITAL IMAGES for advertising your classes. Please make sure they are of good quality, in focus, represent you and the possible projects you will be teaching.
    -1-3 pictures of your most recent works and yourself to appear on the BIO page & web listing
    -1-3 pictures representative of the work made in your proposed class for course brochure & web listing & advertising.

Proposals can be sent electronically to studio.coordinator@craftnovascotia.ca (subject heading: “Winter 20223Teaching Proposal”) by October 17th, 2022.

If you have any questions or would like to visit the studios, please feel free to contact Pam Juarez at studio.coordinator@craftnovascotia.ca

Submissions received after the deadline will be held on to and considered for future terms.

Full details are here.

Digital Assistant: J.E.A. Crake ArtsWork Internship at the Owens Art Gallery 📺

Call for applications

Digital engagement is an essential part of museum activities in the 21st century. Acquiring experience and competency in this area is therefore indispensable for those interested in pursuing a career in art galleries and museums. To support experiential learning in this area, the Owens Art Gallery is currently seeking a part-time Digital Assistant for the 2022-2023 fall and winter semesters. The Intern will work closely with the Curator of Digital Engagement and other full-time staff in the delivery of the Owens’ online outreach initiatives. They will contribute to web content, including the video archive, social media, data management, and other special projects.

Digital Arts Assistant

Job Duties:

  • Assisting with documentation and/or live streaming of artist talks and special events.
  • Producing and editing closed captions for the Owens’ online video archive, OwensTV, and other digital projects to improve accessibility.
  • Selecting and editing short extracts from existing footage for creative reuse online.
  • Supporting ongoing data management practices at the Owens.

This position requires creativity and attention to detail. Ideally, the applicant will be a full-time student in Fine Arts, Art History, Museum and Curatorial Studies, Visual and Material Culture Studies, or Canadian Studies with an awareness of the visual arts in Canada and contemporary practice more broadly. Students must have minimum cumulative GPA of 3.

Basic computer skills are required; a working knowledge of Photoshop and Apple Final Cut Pro is an asset. Training and guidance in these applications will be central to this internship.

The J.E.A. Crake ArtsWork Internship is generously funded by the J.E.A. Crake Foundation. It is intended to provide Mount Allison students with opportunities for experiential learning and to enable them to explore career options in the Arts.

The successful applicant must be available to begin late September and continue to 30 April 2023. This is a paid position ($18/ hour), 5-7 hours per week.

To apply please submit a cover letter and resume to owens@mta.ca by September 26.

Honeybee Folk School Call for Instructors 🐝

Join our team and be part of the Honeybee Folk School sharing traditional knowledge, inspiring fine craft, and designing a regenerative future.

Image of a classroom. Text reads: Honeybee Folk School Call for Instructors

Applications for our winter gathering programming are due September 18 and then will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please complete the form at the bottom of this page to apply to be considered.

We are looking for workshops in the following areas:
– Basketry
– Beekeeping
– Ceramics
– In the Kitchen
– Jewellery/Metal Arts
– Northern Ecology
– Permaculture/Gardening
– Painting/Drawing
– Photography
– Digital and Graphic Design
– Sewing
– Sustainable Living
– Textiles
– Traditional Skills
– Wabanaki Arts
– Wild Crafting
– Woodworking
– And more!

Go here to apply.

suddenlyLISTEN Seeks Communications Assistant 📣

suddenlyLISTEN Music is looking for a Communications Assistant. Working collaboratively with the suddenlyLISTEN team, the Communications Assistant will engage sL’s audience and create and maintain a strong online presence. Read on for a job description and how to apply.

suddenlyLISTEN Music is looking for a Communications Assistant. Working closely with the suddenlyLISTEN team, the Communications Assistant will have the vision and experience to help engage sL’s audience and media, and create and maintain a strong online presence. The Communications Assistant will assist in the creation and dissemination of online content to existing audience, strategic partners, and extending our reach to the wider public.

suddenlyLISTEN logo

The Communications Assistant will:

  • promote/market the organization’s activities (concerts, workshops, programs, the podcast, etc.)

  • coordinate, create, and disseminate regular news to members through email newsletters in collaboration with the sL team.

  • create press releases and manage media relations, in collaboration with the sL team.

  • manage social media presence.

  • manage communications support around sL events and publications.

Required Qualifications: Excellent communications skills.

  • Excellent writing skills that will successfully achieve communication objectives.

  • On-the-job experience in the use of social media and web platforms, some web design and maintenance, production and editing of audiovisual content for communications and promotional purposes.

Additional Skills and Assets:

  • Works well independently and in an integrated team setting

  • Warm and engaging personality, and outstanding interpersonal skills

  • Familiarity with Wix (or equivalent) for website updates

  • Understands web analytics, SEO

Terms: This position will average 8 hours per month, 42 weeks/year at $30/hour, with some flexibility required. This is an annual (renewable) contract, subject to an initial six-month probation period and annual performance evaluation.

Start Date: September, 2022

Application Deadline: August 25, 2022

To apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to connect@suddenlylisten.com. References upon request.

Full details here.

Crew Call for Short Venture Film 🎬

Filmmaker: Rebecca Tremblay
Project: Good Mom (Short Film Venture Program Recipient – Sponsors: New Brunswick Film Co-op, Department of Tourism Heritage and Culture, and Telefilm Canada)
Location: Fredericton, NB
Dates: September 2022, TBD
Filmmaker: Rebecca Tremblay

Image of a film set. Text reads, Seeking film crew.

Seeking the following film crew positions to be filled on a volunteer basis for the short comedy film Good Mom being shot in September 2022:

Production Coordinator
Production Assistant
Assistant Director (1st AD)
Script Supervisor
Assistant Camera

Email Rebecca for more infomation: rebeccaelmire@gmail.com

Struts Gallery Seeks Programming Coordinator 👩🏿‍💻

Employment Opportunity
Programming Coordinator

Deadline for Applications:  Monday, August 8th, Midnight

Located in Sackville, New Brunswick, the unceded ancestral lands of the Mi’kmaq Nation and the Wolastoquyik (Maliseet) peoples, Struts Gallery is a dynamic artist-run centre presenting a year-round program of exhibitions, artist residencies, workshops, youth programs and cultural events.

Struts Gallery logo

Position Summary

  • Starting annual salary of $30,000 – Full-time (4-day work week + some evenings and weekends)
  • 4 weeks paid vacation with additional unpaid leave possible as approved by the Director/Board of Directors on a case-by-case basis
  • Health benefits through a group insurance plan
  • Three-year term, renewable dependent on funding
  • Preferred Start Date: September 6th (negotiable)
  • Short-term accommodations to assist relocation may be available

Job Outline

Reporting to the Director, the Programming Coordinator works collaboratively with the Director, Production Manager, and board of directors to support the day-to-day programming at the gallery. Responsibilities include website updates and web-shop management, social media strategy and content creation, and a variety of day-to-day and administrative tasks related to our ongoing programming and facility.

Key Responsibilities

  • Programming: Support and coordinate public programming in collaboration with staff, committees, community partners and participating artists. Tasks could include: logistics, volunteer recruitment, artwork installation and research.
  • Website updates, Social Media Management/Content Creation, Communications: Effectively promote Struts activities and engage audiences through community outreach and publicity.
  • Administration: Contribute to grant writing/reporting, day-to-day operations and attend board meetings.
  • Membership & Fundraising work with staff to maintain and engage membership and support our fundraising initiatives.
  • Public Outreach: Represent Struts Gallery at public events and meetings as appropriate


  • An evident commitment to and enthusiasm for contemporary art practices, artists, and inclusive community-engaged programming.
  • Strong computer skills: proficiency with Microsoft Office and social media platforms, and proficiency with/high aptitude to learn other programs and applications (e.g. databases, graphics, web utilities)
  • Ability to assume leadership and take initiative, as well as collaborate and support others.
  • Excellent communication, presentation, and writing skills
  • Willingness to be flexible with work schedule including some evenings and weekends
  • Fluency in written and spoken English; French would be an asset


Struts Gallery is located on the unceded ancestral lands of the Mi’kmaq Nation and the Wolastoquyik (Maliseet) peoples. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” which Wolastoqiyik/Wәlastәkwiyik (Maliseet) and Mi’kmaq Peoples first signed with the British Crown in 1725. The treaties did not deal with surrender of lands and resources but in fact recognized Mi’kmaq and Wolastoqiyik/Wәlastәkwiyik (Maliseet) title and established the rules for what was to be an ongoing relationship between nations. We acknowledge, honour, and pay respect to the traditional owners and custodians of this land.

To Apply

Please submit your application via email to info@strutsgallery.ca as a single PDF including cover letter, resume, and contact information for two references.

Struts Gallery is committed to diversity and inclusiveness. We encourage applications from candidates who are members of racialized communities, women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage within diverse communities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

We appreciate and will acknowledge receipt of all applications, though we will only follow up with those who are short-listed.

Full details are here.​

Imperial Theatre Assistant Box Office Manager 🎫

Compensation: $27,000 – $34,000, single health benefits after 3 months [6 month probationary period]

Deadline: Friday, June 22, 2022

Organization: Imperial Theatre is a not-for-profit live performance theatre in the heart of uptown Saint John.  Our working environment is unique and creative and will give you a glimpse behind the curtain. The Arts & Culture scene in Saint John is vibrant and diverse for such a small population and Imperial Theatre is at the heart of it.

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Job Description / Responsibilities: Reporting to the Box Office Manager, the Assistant Box Office Manager is a helpful, detail-oriented individual responsible for day-to-day box office operations, including but not limited to:

  • Creating and maintaining entries in ticketing database
  • Working with ticketing clients to contract events/print tickets
  • Training, scheduling, and supervision of box office staff
  • Selling tickets & subscriptions, processing donations, at the box office and by phone
  • Assist with incoming and outgoing customer calls
  • Reconciling cash and credit sales at the beginning and end of day
  • Discretion and professional behaviour handling confidential information
  • Assist with night-of-show walk up sales and will call distribution

Applicants may be required to work evenings and weekends, depending on operational needs.

Ideal Candidate: Imperial Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and believes in making our theatre and the performing arts available for everyone who lives within our community. The successful candidate must believe in and share that philosophy and work to ensure that every person who connects with our organization is welcomed in and given the highest quality of service.


  • Experience in a leadership position, ideally as a manager/supervisor
  • Intermediate computer skills (experience with ticketing systems or databases is a plus, but not necessary)
  • Experience in customer service, preferably in the ticketing, entertainment, non-profit arts or hospitality industries
  • Ability to listen to concerns and resolve problems creatively
  • Self-motivated, capable of independent reasoning and troubleshooting
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work in an organized, efficient manner – attention to detail is a must
  • Ability to maintain a high level of poise and professionalism in all circumstances

Application Process:

  • Send Cover Letter and Resume to: Lindsay Jacquard, Box Office Manager
  • Email: lindsay@imperialtheatre.ca
  • Please no phone calls or drop-in meetings
  • Only applicants who are being considered will be contacted

Imperial Theatre is committed to employment equity and requests that any required accommodations be noted in your application.

Full job posting is here.