Working in the Arts: Resources and Pathways for Newcomers

Working in the Arts for Newcomers

A new program that aims to help streamline the pathway to careers in the arts for newcomers through a series of resources and training sessions.


Job Postings

Production Co ordinator

A 3-month Contract  with potential for a Permanent Full-Time  Display Arts of Toronto...

Sep 19, 2023

Christmas Display Set Installation

Christmas Display, Set Installers. Comfortable on ladders and with hand tools, creative eye, hard...

Sep 19, 2023

Product Coordinator (two positions available!)

Company Overview:BookNet Canada is a small, non-profit agency dedicated to supporting Canada'...

Sep 13, 2023


Wiki-Wednesdays GLAM: Learn how to increase your Google presence with Inga Petri, CAIP

Wiki-Wednesdays are free online monthly learning sessions designed to help GLAM (Galleries...

Sep 18, 2023

Volunteer with DramaWay! Arts-based programming for people with disabilities

DramaWay Productions is a nonprofit organization offering arts based programming for people...

Sep 13, 2023

Toronto Comic Arts Festival - Call for Board Members

The Toronto Comic Arts Festival is an annual celebration of the world’s greatest comics and...

Sep 08, 2023


The Long Road to Re-Presentation

This blog is part of the Working in the Arts blog series. Working in the Arts aims to help streamline the pathway to careers in the arts for newcomers. In this blog, Sally Sampson shares her journey from performing artist to starting her own company to empower other performers.

Sep 22, 2023

Call for Nominations: WorkInCulture Bob Johnston Award

Nominations are now open for the Bob Johnston Award, which recognizes an outstanding contribution to the growth of our sector's most valued resource—its people.

Sep 19, 2023

Learn All Angles of the Music Business with Yellowbrick

Music Industry Essentials is an online course featuring faculty experts and industry leaders from NYU's Clive Davis Institute and Billboard.

Sep 12, 2023