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March 31, 2021

Call for Applications: Associate Manager, Studio

Hosted by National AccessArts Centre (NaAC)

The National accessArts Centre is a fun, fast-paced, dynamic work environment where we all collaborate to provide artistic training, creation, exhibition, and present opportunities for artists with disabilities. As a creativity hub for artists living with disabilities, so often limited in their opportunities and choices, we blur the lines between professional artists, disabled artists, entrepreneurs, innovators, and storytellers by sharing their work internationally and re-shaping how the world views and appreciates their talents and place in our communities.

Who You Are and What You Will Do A creative leader, with some experience, who is able to facilitate, mentor, and/or instruct our diverse body of participating artists. You are passionate about helping other artists achieve their goals, in all elements of the artistic process, and are committed to ensuring that decisions made by our artists are theirs and theirs alone. You thrive on change, fostering independence, new opportunities, and strategic planning. You are ready to embrace our mission and values and commit yourself to the goals of the National accessArts Centre.

Reporting to and working closely with the Director, Artist & Program Development, you will implement a program plan that looks at the advancement of our artists in our self-directed studio, work directly with artists to facilitate their practices, and seek to deliver outstanding opportunities.

This is a permanent, full time, salaried opportunity, located in Calgary, AB. Due to the continuing restrictions imposed by COVID19, this position will require both remote and on-site work flexibility.

No deadline; the position is open until filled.

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National AccessArts Centre (NaAC)

8038 Fairmount Drive SE, Calgary, AB, T2H 0Y1, Canada

Phone number: (403) 253-3174

Email: info@ourIAC.ca

The Indefinite Arts Centre is Canada’s oldest and largest disability arts organization, providing artistic training, creation, and exhibition opportunities for people with developmental, physical, and acquired disabilities. Every week, 300+ artists come through our 12,000 square foot multimedia studio and gallery space in Calgary. Working alongside talented instructors, our artists are supported and empowered to experience the entire artistic creation process – from conceptualization to exhibition.