This experiential learning opportunity supports leaders as they navigate shifting contexts and undertake transformational change at the level of system, organization, and self. Grounded in the teachings of Indigenous ways of knowing, being, and doing, and the vital role of art and artists in society, Cultural Leadership – Online brings together a community of community builders that reflect a diversity of leadership practices.
The Faculty of Arts invites applications for a five-month term beginning January 2022 in Applied Communication, Leadership, and Culture. The successful candidate will teach ACLC 3060: Putting Arts to Work II, ACLC 4000: Advanced Workshop in Applied Communication, as well as one other course in an ACLC-related field of study.
The Microgrant Program will offer up to eight Microgrants annually. These grants will be awarded to persons belonging to one or more of the following groups: Youth 20 and under, women, LGBTQ2+, BIPOC, and other underserved minorities. Microgrants will fund all eligible expenses to a maximum of $300 each.
Creative PEI is looking to fill a temporary, full-time Assistant Project Manager Internship position that begins immediately and ends March 31, 2022. Experience within PEI’s arts and culture community, its business models, and the types of people who work in it and with content management software – i.e. WordPress are assets.
The Student Work Placement Program connects cultural sector employers to students via wage subsidies for placements that offer students relevant work experience to their field of study. Over 150 placements are anticipated in not-for-profit and for-profit employers of all sizes. Eligible employers may receive a wage subsidy for up to 75%, to a maximum of $7,500.
The Guild Summer Festival is accepting submissions from artists in PEI and Atlantic Canada in preparation for its 2022 summer season, and future seasons. Actors, musicians, writers, dancers, directors, designers, and creators from all mediums of live performance art are encouraged to submit. Artistic Director Geordie Brown is seeking to meet new artists and learn about their work.
FilmPEI fosters film production on PEI by providing infrastructure, training, communication, advocacy and opportunity creation.
Up to eleven board members are elected at FilmPEI’s annual general meeting to help govern the nonprofit organization’s activities throughout the year. Board meetings take place 8 to 12 times per term – many of which can be attended via video conferencing.
Teresa Kuo is running a 12-week online course for anyone interested in learning the fundamentals of animation. Participants must have access to a computer to use the necessary free software. They’ll be provided a drawing tablet by FilmPEI so they may follow along with Kuo’s lessons using their own artwork and creations. Email email@example.com for more details or to register.
Alexandra O’Sullivan offers a full-day workshop on November 13th in FilmPEI’s studio space demonstrating how to use various effects such as chroma key (green screen) in film projects. The workshop will focus on experimenting with unconventional chroma keying techniques to showcase how it’s used as well as to have fun through collaboration with participants. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details or to register.
CreativePEI is funded in whole or in part by the Canada/Prince Edward Island Labour Market Agreements.
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.