Two Job Opportunities: TD Curatorial Fellow and Editor, The Polygon Gallery

The Polygon Gallery in North Vancouver is hiring two positions: a TD Curatorial Fellow and an Editor.

TD Curatorial Fellow
The TD Curatorial Fellow is a nine-month contract, with possibility of continuation, to work on the curatorial team in support of its exhibition program, and with the primary goal to coordinate the Gallery’s public outreach and education programs. This position is made possible with the support of TD Bank Group through its corporate citizenship platform The Ready Commitment, which is helping to amplify diverse voices within cultural organisations. Please note that only individuals from traditionally underrepresented communities will be considered for this position.

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The editor is a temporary contract position that will lead the production of a multimedia digital space, Parallelogram. Working with The Polygon’s curatorial team, you will lead project management and delivery; assist in initiating, coordinating, and realizing content in visual, text, and audio formats; make thematic links between content on the interactive site; and collaborate on the design of the site. The editor can operate in-person, remotely, or in a hybrid work model.

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About The Polygon Gallery
The Polygon is one of Canada’s most acclaimed photography and media art galleries. The Gallery moved into its Governor General’s Medal-winning building in 2017 after operating as Presentation House Gallery for 40 years. The organization has presented more than 300 exhibitions and earned a reputation as one of Canada’s most adventurous public art institutions. Admission is by donation, courtesy of BMO Financial Group.

The Polygon Gallery
101 Carrie Cates Court
North Vancouver, BC V7M 3J4
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