SaskGalleries is growing! Now hiring full-time Coordinator

SaskGalleries is growing. We are currently seeking an individual for the new, full-time position of Coordinator. Reporting to the Executive Director, the successful applicant will assist in all aspects of the operation and strategic growth of this unique cultural association.  Apply today!

The successful applicant is a self-starter and has the ability to succeed under pressure. This individual is accountable, responsible, creative, passionate, and has a positive outlook. Innovative solutions and ideas come easily, and technology is your friend. Previous not-for-profit association or cultural organization experience is an asset, but not essential. 

SaskGalleries offers a creative and independent work environment where you can see real results from your work. You will experience association management, event management, and insight into Saskatchewan’s creative industry and commercial gallery industry. 

For more information and to apply, download the Job Description here.

SaskGalleries’ is grateful for the support of Creative Saskatchewan.

2019 Art Now Exhibitor Applications Now Open

Founded in 2016, the Art Now Fine Art Fair is the only event of its kind on the Canadian prairies. On September 19-22, 2019, commercial galleries will converge at the Soundstage in Regina for the fourth edition of this exciting show. In this unique location, the show will feature hundreds of original artworks from premiere galleries, all for sale and all in one place.

Applications for exhibitors are now open until April 30, 2019. Visit the Art Now Exhibitors page for more information and to download the application.

Art Now aims to provide a comfortable and accessible art fair experience that breaks down traditional barriers for people interested in fine art but too intimidated to go to a gallery. Attendees can also take in a series of artist talks, demonstrations, and sessions. There is no admission fee to Art Now and art lovers of all ages are welcome.  

SaskGalleries thanks its major Art Now supporter, Creative Saskatchewan.