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March 22, 2021

Job Call: Indigenous Assistant Curator

Hosted by Eyelevel

Mamanaw Pekiskwewina | Mother Tongues Assistant Curator

Eyelevel is seeking applications from Indigenous artists and arts-workers from across Mi'kma'ki to work in collaboration with Truck Contemporary Art’s Curatorial Resident to develop the Halifax iteration of the project Mamanaw Pekiskwewina | Mother Tongues. This is a short-term contract position funded by Canada Council.

Deadline to apply: Monday, March 22nd at midnight (your local time).

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Eyelevel Artist-Run Centre is committed to employment equity, and we welcome and encourage applications from those who identify as women, trans or gender diverse, 2SLGBTQIA+, and/or Persons with Disabilities. Eyelevel is working to intentionally facilitate a supportive community of Indigenous arts workers for the successful applicant to enter into, and we welcome any feedback and requests for additional support or accommodations in order to remove barriers to succeeding in this position and applying with ease. 

Eyelevel’s office and bookstore are wheelchair accessible, and we offer a flexible work environment with negotiable hours and work-from-home options as needed. Our office and bookstore is housed at 2482 Maynard Street, a low-stimuli, scent-free environment housing non-gendered washrooms, artist studios, a quiet room, shared kitchenette, and the lovely community arts organization Wonder’neath. 

Eyelevel studios on Gottingen Street is only accessible by climbing a full flight of stairs (with a railing), and some studios are located up a spiral staircase with a railing. Eyelevel’s Studios have one non-gendered washroom and are located alongside Radstorm, a collective sharing Eyelevel’s principles of community equity. Please let us know any accessibility needs and/or allergies and sensitivities in your application.



2482 Maynard St, Halifax, NS, B3K 1K4, Canada

Phone number: 902 425 6412

Email: director@eyelevel.art

Eyelevel is an arts worker/artist-run organization mandated to present and support the development of socially-relevant and thought-provoking artistic practices locally, regionally and nationally. Eyelevel supports artists through residencies, mentorship, publishing and presentation outside of a traditional gallery context that is accompanied by care-oriented and trauma-informed artistic, professional and personal support. Eyelevel aims to raise public awareness and capacity of our local arts community; particularly artists and arts workers who have been historically underserved and misrepresented in the contemporary art dialogue. Eyelevel strives to be a connector between artists, communities and the broader public, to constantly question the balance of power and work against systemic oppression and discrimination by centring anti-violence and pro-survivor practices. Eyelevel works in treaty to build a more inclusive and caring world through art, and to advance positive change within the arts through its operations, policies and programming.