Opportunities


THE POWER PLANT CURATORIAL FELLOW

This two-year fellowship (2 July, 2019 through 25 June, 2021) supports The Power Plant’s goal to encourage greater career opportunities within the museum field. Through this innovative program, unique within in Canada, the TPP Curatorial Fellowship will provide a recent graduate or emerging curator with tangible working experience in a professional environment. In this role the Curatorial Fellow will be fully integrated into all areas of the organization, with full access to the inner workings of a major Canadian public gallery.

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POWER YOUTH COORDINATOR 

This position plays a fundamental role developing and implementing youth outreach programs at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery. Under the supervision of The Curator of Education & Public Programs, key responsibilities include coordinating all administrative aspects of the Power Youth program. The Power Youth Coordinator also supervises the Power Youth Assistant.


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Volunteer


GALLERY ASSISTANCE

Volunteers  are  a  crucial  part  of  the operations and ongoing success of The Power Plant's operations and programming. The Power Plant currently seeks volunteers in the Gallery Assistance role; responsibilities include welcoming and greeting visitors, engaging with the public, activating artworks, promoting gallery programs and membership, ensuring the security of works in the gallery space and assisting with onsite events.
 

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Please fill out this volunteer application form and send it to info@thepowerplant.org for consideration.


Other

 
ONTARIO ARTS COUNCIL EXHIBITION ASSISTANCE

Opportunity Type: Grants & Funding
DEADLINE: 30 October 2018 & 15 January 2019

The Power Plant is a third party recommender for Exhibition Assistance grants from the Ontario Arts Council (OAC). The program is available to artists who have confirmed upcoming exhibitions either locally, nationally or internationally, and seeks assistance with costs related to presenting their work in an exhibition.

Applications are assessed twice a year, please see deadlines listed above. Full submission guidelines, application form, map of exhibition assistance zones and list of all exhibition assistance recommenders are available on the OAC website.

For more information please contact Nabila Abdel Nabi, Assistant Curator, at 416.973.4932 or nabdelnabi@thepowerplant.org.

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