We’re expanding our team!
As a fast-growing publication, the IAQ is hiring several new positions and is looking for motivated, dynamic individuals to continue to build the country’s second largest fine art publication.
Deadline: August 19, 2019
The Inuit Art Foundation is seeking a Managing Editor with exceptional writing and organizational skills to join the Inuit Art Quarterly team. A key member of the editorial team, the Managing Editor will be responsible for text and content management across platforms and possess a deep interest in the IAQ’s content.
The Inuit Art Foundation is committed to supporting and nurturing the next generation of arts and cultural workers in Canada. We are pleased to offer paid full-time internship positions annually, with intake in both the summer (4 month placement) and fall (6 month placement). These positions provide participants with meaningful, career-focused experiences that enable them to expand their resumes and build transferable skills.
Specific positions and projects vary by year.
Archival Research Officer
Deadline: August 27, 2019
The Inuit Art Foundation is seeking to hire a full-time Archival Research Officer to work on its Inuit Artist Database to digitize the rich archive the IAF holds from September 2019 to March 2020.
Artist Biographical and Archival Research Officer
Deadline: August 27, 2019
The Inuit Art Foundation is seeking to hire a full-time Inuit Artist Biographical and Archival Research Officer from September 2019 to March 2020.The Research Officer will work with IAF staff, Inuit artists and other cultural institutions to digitize and catalogue artist interviews, internal documents and artworks in the IAF’s holdings
Why Join Us
We are a motivated and enthusiastic team, driven by our mission to support and share Inuit artistic excellence. You will be surrounded by hardworking and dedicated team members who share the common vision of the arts ability to transform lives. You will bring the best of circumpolar art to the world, increasing the visibility of artists and cultural workers in national and international contexts.
We value curiosity and creativity in our team, and believe in life-long learning. We are committed to professional development via hands-on training, mentorship, conferences, workshops and travel opportunities. We know a strong workplace is rooted in mutual respect and believe that diversity and inclusion are crucial to our shared success as a team.
Located in the Junction Triangle neighbourhood in Toronto, ON, the IAF’s newly renovated, bright and airy offices are located in an accessible, converted heritage building, adjacent to the West Toronto Railpath.