Current Opportunities

Work Opportunity | Music | Theatre

Theatre Manager

Souris Show Hall

The Theatre Manager works with the Board, management, volunteers and performers to create and maintain an efficient, pleasant and safe environment at the Souris Show Hall. As this is a small theatre duties are all encompassing and may include personnel, financial, administrative duties as well as assisting in developing a marketing plan and assisting in planning events. Requires Social Media Marketing and Website updating.

Deadline: April 1, 2023
Work Opportunity | Music | Theatre

Assistant Theatre Manager

Souris Show Hall

Assistant Theatre Manager. Works with and under the direction of the Theatre Manager. As this is a small theatre duties include Box Office, Concession, Cleaning, Administrative duties, marketing and financial reports related to box office and concession (Training provided). Assists Theatre manager in duties as required. As this is a live musical performance venue hours of work require evening and weekend work. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in all aspects of small theatre management.

Deadline: April 18, 2023
Work Opportunity | Theatre

Hiring Camp Counsellor

King's Playhouse

- July 24th to August 11 ( 3 weeks) - Must be legal to work in Canada. - Experience working with Children ages 6 and up. - Experience in theatre, music and visual arts. - Other opportunities available for more work at Kings Playhouse for a longer contract. - $18/hr - Send resume and cover letter to:

Deadline: March 31, 2023
Work Opportunity | Design

Graphic Designer / Motion Graphics Designer

AOR 360

With team members who have expertise in complementary areas such as graphic design, web development, social media and marketing, AOR 360 creates powerful, effective solutions in partnership with our clients across Canada within the not-for-profit, business, and government sectors. We also have extensive experience working with associations, the performance arts sector, and the tourism and hospitality industry. We are looking for a creative, passionate, and hardworking graphic designer, with motion graphics experience to join the AOR team.

Deadline: April 6, 2023
Work Opportunity | Theatre

Seeking Executive Director

Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT)

PACT is seeking its next Executive Director to lead with a future focus into the next phase of both the Canadian theatre sector and PACT itself. Through the strong work of current leadership (board, team, and members alike), PACT stepped up to serve as a stabilizing presence in the tumultuous times of uncertainty for the sector as it navigated dealing with the pandemic, social justice movements and the current moment of recovery and renewal. PACT’s next Executive Director will build on this work to steward the organization in collaborating with members, staff, the board and sectoral stakeholders in shaping this future.

Deadline: April 5, 2023
Learning Opportunity | Visual Arts

I HeART Mainstreet


Learn about public art and placemaking support through STEPS’ main street recovery program for Business Improvement Areas across Canada! STEPS invites all Canadian Business Improvement Areas (BIAs) and local business groups across Canada and northern/rural communities looking to animate your main streets and build community engagement this summer through I HeART Main Street.

Deadline: April 4, 2023
Funding Opportunity | Events

Multi-Season Product Development Fund

Downtown Charlottetown

We are accepting applications for the 2023 Multi-Season Product Development Fund (formerly the Discover Charlottetown Ignition Fund). This program is designed to encourage innovation and motivate partner businesses to create new and exciting products or events in Charlottetown outside of what they already offer; while minimizing the financial risks associated with product development.

Deadline: April 14, 2023
Exhibit Opportunity | Visual Arts

Seeking proposals from professional artists

The Guild

We are interested in progressive, forward-looking practices; inventive approaches in artistic production; work that deals with issues of current social urgency, including diverse perspectives and histories; and work based on an articulate conceptual and/or critical and/or poetic thesis. We encourage and facilitate the presentation of curatorial and artistic works that have not yet been exhibited in this locale.

Deadline: April 30, 2023
Work Opportunity | Sector Wide

Seeking Summer Housing for Artists

River Clyde Pageant

Do you have a house, cottage, cabin, guest house or spare room that might be available for weekly or monthly rental this summer? The Pageant is seeking housing for June, July and the first ten days of August. Ideal locations are in New Glasgow and surrounding communities. Several artists will visit PEI for weeks and months at a time at points throughout the Pageant's production process (June 1 to August 11).

Deadline: July 30, 2023
Funding Opportunity | Sector Wide

Indigenous Arts Grants

Innovation PEI

The mandate of the PEI Arts Grants is to support, assist, encourage and represent the arts community in the province. Funding is available to Island artists through a juried grant application process. In 2021 an Indigenous Art Grants program was established to celebrate, highlight, support and encourage the artistic accomplishments of the Mi’kmaq people of Epekwitk (PEI).PEI-based Indigenous artists, groups (including ad-hoc groups) are eligible to apply.

Deadline: March 8, 2023
Exhibit Opportunity | Sector Wide

PEI Indigenous Art Bank Acquisition

Innovation PEI

In 2021 an Indigenous Art Bank of Epekwitk was established to celebrate and highlight the artistic accomplishments of the Mi’kmaq people of Epekwitk (PEI). As a professional visual artist or craftsperson living in Prince Edward Island for the past 12 consecutive months, you are invited to apply to have your work considered for acquisition for the PEI Art Bank Collection.

Deadline: March 8, 2023
Work Opportunity | Community

Seeking Summer Housing For Artists

Confederation Centre of the Arts

P.E.I.’s housing crunch makes it challenging to find accommodations, and the Centre relies on the support of the community to welcome top-tier talent to the Island. The Centre assists seasonal artists with their housing search by assembling a list of options from the community. Artists will then connect with a host directly to book, arrange payment, coordinate details, etc. There are almost 30 artists coming to the Island this summer who need accommodations.

Deadline: May 1, 2023

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

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