Current Opportunities

Showcase Opportunity

Call for Artist Submissions – Rooted in Art

City of Charlottetown

Rooted in Art is a celebration of Charlottetown's beautiful urban forest! The initiative involves local artists creating art installations in Charlottetown trees that allow participants to see trees through the eyes of local artists, observing and interacting with these essential assets in new ways.

Deadline: August 9, 2024
Networking Opportunity | Prize Opportunity | Showcase Opportunity

Live Art – Montgomery’s Island

Tourism Cavendish Beach

You're invited to join one or all of our plein air art events celebrating L. M. Montgomery’s 150th birthday! Themes and quotes from her books and journals have been hand-picked to inspire you, but you can create whatever you like. Each event will last two hours and be open to the public. To confirm your attendance or for more information, contact Linda Lowther at

Deadline: August 31, 2024
Exhibit Opportunity

Call For Visual Artists!

The Island Fringe Festival

Are you an artist looking for space to display (and potentially sell) your works? The Guild is The Hub for this year's Island Fringe Festival, and we'd love to make space available to visual artists to display their work! Connect with us at We'd love to see how we can support you!

Learning Opportunity

Women in Post Program


The Women in Post program provides higher-level industry access and professional development for emerging to mid-level women-identifying and non-binary creatives working in all areas of post production. Programming includes strategic learning modules, creative and technical skills building, and hands-on mentorship at a post production company and/or shadowing a post production-related role.

Deadline: July 17, 2024
Volunteer Opportunity

River Clyde Pageant Volunteers 2024

River Clyde Pageant

There are many roles available during our 8 night run - you can manipulate a lantern, wave a flag, help manipulate large puppets, assist with box office, parking or ushering, or help serve food at the post-show meals! All volunteers except meal site volunteers see the show on the same night as their shift. Meal site volunteers will be able to watch the show on another night.

Deadline: August 4, 2024
Volunteer Opportunity

Call For First Aid Attendant Volunteers

Confederation Centre of the Arts

Got a valid First Aid Certificate and defibrillator training? Enjoy a night out at The 2024 Charlottetown Festival with a guest on us!⁠ We are looking for volunteer first aid attendants to attend performances throughout the summer to help keep our audiences safe.

Deadline: September 21, 2024
Volunteer Opportunity

Looking For Volunteers!

Club Red Productions

Love films and events? Come volunteer for us for Summer Solstice, Night Flight, Film N Friends, Charlottetown Film Festival 2024 and more. For more info please email

Work Opportunity

Now Hiring: Assistant Event Coordinator – Showcase PEI (2 Positions)

Music PEI

Compensation: $650/week for 37.5 hrs/week Duration: July 2 2024 – December 13 2024 Location: Music PEI Office Hours: 9:00 – 5:00 – Mon–Fri The successful applicant will support Music PEI staff with planning the 2024 Showcase PEI. Some of the tasks are event planning logistics, delegate coordination, booking travel/ accommodations, collecting information from artists, etc.

Deadline: July 17, 2024
Work Opportunity

Now Hiring: Team Leader

Music PEI

Compensation: $19/hr for 37.5 hrs/week Duration: July 2 2024 – June 13 2025 Location: Music PEI Office Hours: 9:00 – 5:00 – Mon–Fri The successful candidate must possess demonstrated leadership skills, have experience in event coordination, and a strong connection or previous work in the music industry. They will be responsible for organizing all aspects of Showcase PEI, Music PEI Week, and the Canadian Song Conference with support from the Music PEI team.

Deadline: July 17, 2024
Showcase Opportunity

Call To Artists: Fall 2024 Lightbox Exhibit

City of Charlottetown

Calling all artists! The City of Charlottetown invites artists at all levels of experience and working in any medium to submit images or copies of their original art for a temporary lightbox exhibit in downtown Charlottetown. This lightbox exhibit has the theme of Your Community in Bloom and asks artists to interpret the natural world (plants, flowers, trees, fields, lands, beaches, streams, rivers, waters, animals, etc.) through the lens of community.

Deadline: July 15, 2024
Funding Opportunity

Prince Edward Island Film Production Fund

Innovation PEI

The Prince Edward Island Film Production Fund supports the development and growth of the private-sector film and television industry in PEI. The Fund provides a financial incentive to make PEI a competitive location for productions and encourages the development, training and hiring of PEI film personnel. The Fund provides this support via a rebate of 32-35% of eligible PEI expenditures for work completed in PEI.

Funding Opportunity

Strategic Improvement Assistance

Innovation PEI

Strategic Improvement Assistance supports Prince Edward Island businesses undertaking strategic activities to become more productive, profitable and competitive. The program supports costs for outside professional expertise required for projects related to improving operational efficiencies, internal planning or processes, and quality assurance.

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

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