December 16, 2020
On call, Part Time, 0–15hrs/wk w/ Retainer
Application Due Date: January 8, 2021
Wage Commensurate with Experience: $25–32/hr ($500–640/mo retainer)
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221A is seeking applications from eligible candidates for the role of Technician to support the organization’s Services and Programs. 221A is a not-for-profit cultural organization that commissions research, public art and educational programs and manages over 80 artist studios across four properties in the area known as Vancouver. The Technician will work closely with staff and subcontractors on a variety of projects on an as-needed basis.
December 16, 2020
221A will be offline and slower than usual to respond during the holidays from December 19, 2020 until Jan 3, 2021. For 221A’s facility subtenants, you may contact Sungpil Yoon, Tenancy Relations Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for urgent matters. 221A wishes you and yours prosperity and health for this very different kind of holiday season, and an auspicious beginning to the new year.
October 28, 2020
221A welcomes University of British Columbia Sustainability Scholar, Charles Pan, from October 2020 through to March 2021, who will work as part of the DOMA Fellowship team, collecting data, arranging consultations, and synthesizing research materials relating to Vancouver’s housing crisis. The Sustainability Scholars Program is managed by the UBC Sustainability Initiative, providing qualified graduate students the opportunity to work on a range of sustainability topics such as climate adaptation, local food, green procurement, sustainable transportation, zero waste, GHG emissions reduction, housing, green buildings, biodiversity, and wellbeing. Participation in the program provides UBC graduate students with a unique educational experience working on real-world sustainability problems. Students benefit from the opportunity to work with a mentor and apply their academic program knowledge and research skills in ways that contribute to advancing the partner organization’s sustainability goals.
October 13, 2020
221A is proud to contribute as a Collaborative Fund Partner to the recently-announced Sector Equity Alliance for Anti-Racism in the Arts (SEARA), an interdisciplinary anti-racism initiative in BC. 221A Executive Director Brian McBay sits on SEARA’s Steering Committee.
Responding to the impacts of COVID-19 and the urgent movements for racial justice and Indigenous rights, SEARA has launched #POWERSHARE, a relief fund for Black, Indigenous and Racialized Artists. The fundraiser aims to raise up to $1M to offset the loss of income experienced by BC-based BIPOC artists due to COVID-19, and simultaneously address historical inequities in the sector.