Serving prince edward island’s creative sector

Current Opportunities

Employment | Film

Executive Director, FilmPEI


FilmPEI seeks a dynamic and experienced leader for the role of Executive Director. FilmPEI is dedicated to building a thriving ecosystem in PEI. Building on a 40-year history, it strives to support and encourage filmmakers at all levels and provides the space, resources and infrastructure to inspire excellence in film, video and new media projects. The organization provides infrastructure training, communication, advocacy and opportunity creation.

Deadline: Jan 3
Employment | Events | Music

3 Event Management positions available – ECMA 2022

East Coast Music Association

The East Coast Music Association is currently seeking three (3) applicants for contract positions with the association – Sponsorship Fulfillment Coordinator, Artist Performance Scheduler, and Box Office Manager. All positions are short term contracts, and can be located anywhere in Atlantic Canada. Interviews will be conducted in the first week of January 2022.

Deadline: Dec 15
Funding | Sector Wide

Strategic Innovation Fund

Canada Council of the Arts

From 2021 to 2026, the Council will invest $200+ million in an innovative rebuilding of the arts sector. The fund will offer access to grants, partnerships, outreach events and resources. The aim is to build the capacity of artists, arts professionals, arts groups, collectives and organizations to try new ideas, share knowledge, find networks, create prototypes and scale up ambitious solutions.

Learning | Arts Administration | Sector Wide

Board Member Training

Holland College

A course for current or future board members of not-for-profit organizations. 25 hours of online self study and four Zoom meetings. Topics covered: Board Composition and Roles, Boardroom Etiquette, Leadership Fundamentals, Fiduciary Responsibility, Financial Analysis, Procurement / RFP process, Community Engagement, HR Fundamentals, Effective Communication Practices, Conflict Resolution, Succession Planning. To register email

Deadline: Jan 7
Employment | Music

Four Coordinator Positions

Music PEI

Music PEI currently has 4 positions open for project coordinators. In order to be eligible, applicants must be: a Canadian resident; currently unemployed; currently receiving EI; or EI eligible or had an open EI claim in the previous 36 months. Ideal candidates would have some post-secondary education and a connection to the music industry.

Deadline: Dec 3
Employment | Music

Team Leader

Music PEI

Music PEI is seeking a team leader to work with the Skills Work Experience PEI staff and act as mentor and facilitator. The Team Leader must possess and have demonstrated leadership skills, had experience with event coordination and a strong connection or previous work in the music industry.
**This position does not require EI eligibility and the salary is EI insurable earnings.

Deadline: Dec 3
Employment | Events

Coordinator, Festivals & Culture

2023 Canada Winter Games Host Society

The Coordinator of Festivals & Culture will contribute to the mission of delivering a life-shaping Games experience by completing day-to-day tasks to support the development and delivery of the 2023 Canada Winter Games’ Ceremonies, Receptions and Arts & Culture program.

Deadline: Dec 20
Residency | New Media

Seeking Applications for Multimedia Residency


ArtStarts Ignites is a 4-week residency program happening between January-May, 2022 offering early career artists time, space, and resources to develop their artistic portfolio within an educational context. We seek applications from highly collaborative multimedia artists, videographers, photographers, graphic designers, and/or digital content creators of all backgrounds who approach their practice with an anti-oppressive lens and a passion for working with children, youth, and families.

Deadline: Dec 10
Gig | Music

Performance Opportunity – CIMA’S Virtual Professional Development Session

Canadian Independent Music Association

CIMA is offering the opportunity for artists/bands to be featured during our virtual professional development sessions in front of both a national and international audience. These performances will be aired during the live portion of the event. CIMA will promote the selected artist/band and their company/business representative on our website and socials prior to the event. Artists will receive a performance fee.

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

Visit Work PEI


We acknowledge that the land on which we operate is the traditional unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq Peoples. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” which Mi’kmaq Peoples first signed with the British Crown in 1725. The treaties did not deal with surrender of lands and resources but in fact recognized Mi’kmaq title and established the rules for what was to be an ongoing relationship between nations. We recognize that true reconciliation is an ongoing process. Acknowledging territory and First Peoples should take place within the larger context of genuine and ongoing work to forge real understanding, and to challenge the legacies of colonialism.