Current Opportunities

Learning Opportunity

Call for Applications: National Screen Institute’s Series Incubator Program

National Screen Institute

NSI Series Incubator is a 12-month, in-depth training program for four producer/writer teams from underrepresented communities to develop a scripted series with support and guidance from industry professionals. In this four-phased, in-person and online program, participants will engage in workshops, presentations and masterclasses to further skills in their field and receive support through targeted, one-on-one mentorship.

Deadline: July 17, 2023
Work Opportunity

Now Hiring: Art Gallery Intern

Confederation Centre of the Arts

The Confederation Centre Art Gallery will be presenting a nationally touring exhibition GENERATIONS: THE SOBEY FAMILY AND CANADIAN ART. We want to provide guests with the opportunity to be guided through the exhibition, encouraged careful looking, having their questions responded to and to generally have a memorable experience of the exhibition. This is a temporary full-time position from June 5 – September 1, 2023 and may include weekend work. Rate is $16/hour.

Deadline: May 29, 2023
Learning Opportunity

Pageant Choir with Andrea Ellis

The River Clyde Pageant

A workshop for singers of all levels of experience, led by Andrea Ellis. Explore vocal technique, ensemble singing, improvisation and “choralography” with the River Clyde as your backdrop! Andrea Ellis, RCP Choir Director, seeks to provide a holistic approach to music-making where all musicians can feel free to lend their voices to our singing community. The Pageant Choir is open to singers 12 and up. WORKSHOP LOCATION: New Glasgow Christian Church (617 Route 258, New Glasgow, PEI)

Deadline: June 20, 2023
Learning Opportunity

Design Workshop with Laura Stinson

The River Clyde Pageant

A series of hands-on, theatrical design and crafting workshops for all experience levels. This workshop is for participants ages 12 and up. Location is at our Pageant Puppet Workshop in New Glasgow. WORKSHOP SESSIONS - drop in style, attend as many as you would like! Sat, June 10, 1:00-4:00pm: Paper Mâché Puppets & Masks Sat, June 17, 1:00-4:00pm: Spruce Root Weaving Sat, June 24, 1:00-4:00pm: Bird & Bat Puppets Sat, July 8 & 15, 1:00-4:00pm: Flag Creation

Deadline: July 15, 2023
Work Opportunity

Now Hiring: Volunteer Coordinator

The River Clyde Pageant

LOCATION: New Glasgow & Charlottetown TERM: June 26-August 11, 2023 - 7 weeks HOURS & PAY: $18/hr-20hrs/wk REPORTS TO: Artistic Director & Season Producer Deadline to apply is 11:59pm on Wednesday, May 31. The Volunteer Coordinator’s central responsibilities include volunteer recruitment, scheduling, communications, and oversight, as well as the collection of post-Pageant feedback.

Deadline: May 31, 2023
Work Opportunity

Now Hiring: Accessibility Coordinator

The River Clyde Pageant, this town is small, Under the Spire

LOCATION: New Glasgow, Kensington & Charlottetown - Remote Work Options Available TERM: One Year Contract-Full Time Anticipated Start Date: June 9, 2023 HOURS & PAY: $25/hr-26 hrs/wk This is a shared-services position to advance the accessibility initiatives of River Clyde Pageant, this town is small & Under the Spire Music Festival. The AC will work to promote accessibility within the arts on PEI and realize a shared vision of greater inclusivity in our present work and future aspirations.

Deadline: June 8, 2023
Work Opportunity

Now Hiring: Season Producer

The River Clyde Pageant

LOCATION: New Glasgow & Charlottetown TERM: One Year Contract-Full Time Start Date: June 9, 2023 HOURS & PAY: $25/hr-32 hrs/wk The Season Producer works closely and collaboratively with the River Clyde Pageant’s Artistic Director, Core Artistic Team, and Associate Producer towards the successful realization of our 2023 season. The SP’s responsibilities include the production, project management, and administration of our season’s activities & events, including staff & contractor oversight.

Deadline: June 7, 2023
Funding Opportunity

Town of Stratford Artist Bursary

The Town of Stratford

The goal of the bursary is to ease the financial burden to Artist/Artisans as they continue their education/skill development. This program awards bursaries for full time, part time and short-term studies. The Value of this bursary is a maximum of $1,000.00 annually. To be eligible, applicants will be residing in Stratford and lived in Stratford for a minimum of 12 months prior to the application deadline. The deadline is February 1, 2024 by 12:00 pm (noon).

Deadline: February 1, 2024
Work Opportunity

Teaching Artists

Town of Stratford

The Town of Stratford is looking for proposals from artists to teach art practices to adults (age 16+), youth (ages 5-15), and children (0-4 years). The Town of Stratford provides quality arts education for all ages and skill levels. Classes and workshop are offered in-person and online. Sessions run for 8 to 10 weeks during fall, winter and spring seasons. $26.00 per hour plus paid pre-time, curriculum development time. Newer or emerging artists are welcomed.

Funding Opportunity

Community Revitalization Program – Rural Growth Initiative

Government of Prince Edward Island

The purpose of the Community Revitalization Program is to support the revitalization of rural communities through strategic investments in infrastructure that is important for rural culture, society, and economic development. Who is eligible for funding? - Incorporated non-profit organizations which have a mandate for community and/or economic development - Non-profit cooperatives that do not share dividends - Municipal governments - Band councils (or their development agency)

Work Opportunity

Graphic Designer (Summer Student Intern)

this town is small

The Graphic Designer will take a lead role in developing graphic design projects to support this town is small and its various programming initiatives. They will work independently and under the guidance of the Executive Director and the Programming Coordinator to design both print and digital materials. Position Duration: June 5 to August 27, 2023 Hours Per Week: 32 Wage Rate: $16.00/hr Location: Work can be done both at the Charlottetown office (The Vessel) and also from home/remotely.

Deadline: May 26, 2023
Work Opportunity

Art & Craft Tutor

Horizon Learning Academy

Horizon Learning Academy is an education center based in Charlottetown. It aims at offering various kinds of educational and recreational courses to both adults and kids. We are currently looking for a part-time tutor to teach art & craft lessons. These lessons could include but are not limited to: Drawing, Painting, Sculpting, etc. Tutors would be responsible for creating lessons that are fun, interesting, and specific to the needs of our students, either small groups or individual students.

Deadline: June 7, 2023

CreativePEI is funded in whole or in part by the Canada/Prince Edward Island Labour Market Agreements.

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