November 5, 2021
BlackFash is looking to welcome an Online Editor to produce a thoughtfully curated and energetic editorial program for our online platforms.
The Online Editor will develop and execute a regular schedule of informative, commentative, and insightful web-exclusive content that parallels and expands BlackFlash’s current publishing practice; responsive articles, critically-engaged reviews, live readings, panels discussions, workshops, and artist projects that increase the visibility of Canadian contemporary art practices. The editorial content will aim to provide beneficial support to the prairie art community as well as engage and expand BlackFlash readership.
Apply by Friday, November 5th, 2021.
The role is a 1-year contract, based on full-time hours (35 hours per week) and will require occasional evenings and weekend commitments.
This project is aimed to support the prairie art community. Applicants located in the prairies (Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Manitoba) or with strong ties to the prairies are encouraged to apply.
BlackFlash is a contemporary art publication that explores emergent practices and new developments in art including, but not limited to, all facets of image-based artwork, sound and audio art, performance, and social practice. Published three times per year, BlackFlash helps develop and support professional art practice while providing a space for culturally and artistically diverse voices. While BlackFlash’s program includes writers and artists from across the country, as well as abroad, we have a specific interest in supporting the work of writers and artists practicing in the prairies.
Buffalo Berry Press is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity and inclusiveness in all of our work. We work proactively to be fair and equitable in practice and welcome applications from all qualified individuals. We encourage those who identify as women, persons with disabilities, Indigenous persons, persons of colour, individuals of non-conforming gender and sexual orientations, and all groups protected by the Saskatchewan Human Rights Code to apply.