Job Postings in Canada this weekPosted: September 29, 2014
Assistant Curator (Internship), the Mann Art Gallery, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
This is a Young Canada Works graduate internship (under 30 years of age, not currently enrolled, etc.).
We are looking for an energetic individual to assist in creating advances in the dissemination of curatorial theory and further knowledge of Canadian Contemporary and Historic Art in the North Central Saskatchewan region. This includes an introduction to the day-to-day responsibilities of a Curator including the organization of exhibitions from research, writing, selection of works, arranging for loans, supervising catalogue production, and designing and completing the installation of exhibits to preparing publicity and curatorial packages for exhibitions and other Gallery events and programs. The Assistant Curator will also play a key role in the acquisition, storage, and exhibition of works of art / collections and will work closely with the Director / Curator in all aspects of the position’s duties and responsibilities.
Fine Arts Department Administrative Assistant, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON
Reporting to the program Director, and working in close cooperation with the Undergraduate Chair, the incumbent is responsible for providing a full range of support to the Fine Art Undergraduate Program, including administrative, financial and program duties.
The Cultural Services office is responsible for the delivery of cultural and festival and events grant programs; the St. Catharines Arts Awards program, management of the Civic Art Collection; delivery of a public art program; cultural sector capacity-building initiatives; support for three Committees of City Council; and the implementation, review and revision of three culture-related plans and policies.
The Associates in ASC act as primary contacts responsible for the provision of access to Archival and Special Collections and related library resources for users. They provide patrons with catalogue assistance, consultation concerning specific resources, as well as co-ordination with other section staff and the Special Collections Librarian and Archivist for difficult patron requests. They respond to simple and complex reference queries from external users (from local to international), university administrators, faculty, staff, students, etc. Often this assistance involves detailed examination of documents or books in collections requiring basic levels of research/advisory skills.
The University of Toronto Scarborough Library invites applications for a creative, skilled person to fill the position of Digital Projects & Technologies Librarian. This is a permanent status, tenure track, entry-level position. Reporting to the Coordinator, Digital Scholarship Unit, the successful candidate will lead collaborative teams in the design, development and incorporation of technologies to serve and foster innovation in the Digital Scholarship Unit.