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June 30, 2015

Winnipeg, MB

Department Of History
The University Of Winnipeg
3-Year Term Position In


The Department of History of the University of Winnipeg in partnership with the Winnipeg Art Gallery invites applications for a 3-year term position in the History of Indigenous Arts of North America at the rank of Assistant Professor and Assistant Curator beginning August 1st, 2015. Applications are encouraged from all research specialties.

A completed Ph.D. in the History of Art or related discipline is preferred, but ABDs will be considered. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to research, undergraduate teaching, and curatorial and museum work, particularly with contemporary Indigenous art. In addition to the academic requisites, a proven record in curatorial work with a recognized museum or gallery is an asset.

Candidates should submit a covering letter, curriculum vitae, research sample, and teaching portfolio (including syllabi and course evaluations if available), and arrange to have three letters of reference sent directly to the Department. The search committee will begin reviewing applications on May 15th, 2015. The deadline for receipt of completed applications and references is May 30th, 2015. The search will continue until such time as the position is filled.

June 14, 2015

Montreal, QC

Reporting to the Chief Curator, the Associate Director, Research, is responsible for reinforcing the strategic vision of the CCA and guiding and overseeing the research component of the institution. The incumbent provides scholarly and strategic leadership for CCA research activities, and supervises the Study Centre’s activities and programs.

The Associate Director, Research, is also responsible for scientific, logistical, cultural and public activities involving CCA research and the Study Center, including coordination with other CCA divisions.

The Associate Director, Research, develops the CCA’s relationships with allied institutions and the scholarly community at large.

June 01, 2015

Vancouver, BC

Reporting to and working closely with the Director of the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, the Associate Director/Curator works with the Gallery’s curatorial team developing a program of contemporary art exhibitions and programming. The Associate Director/Curator, in consultation with the Director, assists in developing the University art collection, including outdoor art. The incumbent researches, develops and organizes exhibitions and works with the Gallery’s staff and external contacts to ensure the successful sequencing, management and integration of exhibition production, publications, touring and collections care. The Associate Director/Curator prepares and assists in managing budgets, schedules, loan agreements, contracts and grants, and participates in fundraising and long range curatorial and strategic planning. The successful candidate will oversee the presentation of the annual MFA graduation exhibition at the Gallery and may assist faculty in the delivery of aspects of the Critical and Curatorial Studies Program (CCST) and serve as an advisor to students in CCST. The Associate Director/Curator liaises with a variety of University offices and units, represents the Director at meetings as required, and is expected to participate in the intellectual life of the creative and performing arts at UBC.

The Associate Director/Curator assumes Directorship responsibilities in the absence of the Director, and will assume these responsibilities as Acting Director while the Director is on sabbatical from July 2017 to June 2018.

June 15, 2015

Toronto, ON

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), is one of the most distinguished art museums in North America. The AGO is a centre of exhibition production, art-based education, exhibitions, gallery tours, dining, and retail that is committed to delivering an incredible experience to our visitors. If you are seeking a dynamic, multi-faceted work environment and would like to contribute to the Gallery’s success then bring your skills and experience to the position of

Curatorial Assistant, Thomson Collection
Temporary Full-Time, 35 hours per week
Up to 13 Months

June 01, 2015

Winnipeg, MB

The Evaluation Specialist leads all public research and evaluations for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) and provides information on current trends and best practices as it relates to museum visitorship (in person or on-line). This position carries out visitor studies for the Museum and provides strategic advice and information regarding interpretation and use of visitor studies, surveys and market trends and helps to measure key performance indicators and performs other related duties.

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