Annex Programming Intern
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- Titre de l'emploi : Annex Programming Intern
- Nom de l’organisme : Art Gallery of Hamilton
- Lieu de l’emploi : Hamilton, Ontario
- Durée de l'emploi : 2017-07-24 à 2018-01-05 (23 semaines)
- Salaire horaire : 16,00 $
Art Gallery of Hamilton
123 King Street West
Hamilton, ON L8P 4S8
$16 per hour
July 24, 2017 – January 5, 2018
The AGH seeks a well-organized and highly motivated individual for the position of Annex Programming Intern. The position, reporting to the Director of Programs and Education, will be responsible for assisting in the development and operations of programming at the AGH Annex.
The ideal candidate will be a recent graduate of a university or college program in Film, Media, Art, Cultural Studies, Event Management or Museum Studies. S/he will have a specific interest in education, film, or public gallery work; extensive personal experience with program management and implementation is an asset. Excellent organization skills, high attention to detail and strong computer skills are an asset. Applicants will be asked to submit a police check.
Applicants should apply through the Young Canada Works application portal or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hamilton is a city with a rich history and a vibrant future. In the past decade, it has asserted itself as a Canadian hub for a range of cultural activity including visual arts, music, literature and more.
Architecturally, Hamilton is exceptionally blessed. Stand at the corner of James Street and Main for example, and you are presented with one of the best 360 degree tours of iconic architecture, the Gothic Revival style of the Piggott Building, the neo-classical former Bank of Montreal, the terra-cotta details of the Sun Life Building, the soaring pillars of the Landed Bank and Loan building, and the cozy Victorian charm of the Hamilton Club. Just up the street stands the Gothic revival beauty of St. Paul’s.
There is more than history to Hamilton. This is a community of vibrant neighbourhoods, each with a distinct character. Westdale, Ancaster and Dundas offer culturally rich and exciting areas for dining, visiting galleries, and shopping. In downtown Hamilton, James Street North is a bustling engine of artistic energy with new galleries and emerging artists making their homes here. Locke Street is the place for antiques, collectibles and cafes, while Hess Village with its cobbled streets, upscale dining and funky club scene swings until the wee hours. The Waterfront district has become a Mecca for hikers, boarders and water sports enthusiasts. In the East end, there is a cornucopia of ethnic cultures, whose food stores and shops, like the bargain-priced fabric emporiums on Ottawa Street, are a buyer’s delight.
Circling the cosmopolitan pleasures of the city are some of the best urban pleasures to be had in Ontario- the splendour of Canada’s most important gardens, the Royal Botanical Gardens, the famous Bruce Trail, and an abundance of conservation areas, water parks and walking paths. Overlooking the waters of Lake Ontario and extending up over the protective circle of the Niagara Escarpment, this is a city whose proximity to Toronto and the Niagara Peninsula make it an ideal destination for the traveler who wants to get close to the heart of the real Ontario.
Close to Toronto and offering affordable housing, Hamilton (population 500,000) is well situated either for commuting or for relocation. Websites to explore include: www.artgalleryofhamilton.com; www.tourismhamilton.com; www.thespec.com.
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