2019 Youth and Indigenous Connections Coordinator
-Contract for $5000 over the summer of 2019.
-The Hornby Island Arts Council is committed to building relations with the K’ómoks Nation and other indigenous groups and providing programing for youth and children.
-We are searching for an individual who would like to coordinate arts and culture programming for youth this summer including a trip for youth and accompanying adults to the K’ómoks Nation’s National Aboriginal Day on Friday June 21st. We are also interested in the potential for the creation of a series of 4×8’ plywood sheet murals for installation this summer near the Gallery in the Woods, possibly involving professional artists and youth and children in their planning and execution. We look forward to learning of applicants’ further ideas for youth programming, arts activities, fostering indigenous connections, and how to grow the position into an annual stable program for the community.
-A cover letter introducing yourself, your qualifications (particularly to work with youth and children), what draws you to arts and culture, and any ideas you may have for activities.
-Up to a 2-page resume that lists your experience working with the public, your qualifications for working with youth, and your experience and expertise working in and with craft, art, cultural activities, and indigenous relations.
-Anyone with relevant experience is invited to apply. Preference may be shown to Hornby Island residents and/or K’ómoks Nation youth/cultural activities coordinators.
-For full consideration and inquiries, write to firstname.lastname@example.org with application materials by June 3rd.