July 5, 2019
Today, the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism, announced the appointment of three members to the Board of Trustees of the National Gallery of Canada. 221A’s Co-Founder and Executive Director, Brian McBay was appointed as a member of the National Gallery of Canada’s Board of Trustees. These appointments were made under the Government of Canada’s new approach to Governor-in-Council appointments. This approach supports open, transparent and merit-based selection processes that strive for gender parity, reflect Canada’s diversity, and support ministers in making appointment recommendations for positions within their portfolio by providing them with information and referrals.
July 3, 2019
221A is pleased to welcome Rachelle Tjahyana and Simon Grefiel as its Summer Interns. Tjahyana and Grefiel join the Society through the support of the Government of Canada. The Summer Interns will support a broad range of 221A’s programs and services.
June 30, 2019
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to the Society Act of British Columbia, that the 2019 Annual General Meeting of the Society is set to take place on Saturday, July 13 at 2:30pm at Pollyanna 圖書館 Library, (100-221 E Georgia St, Vancouver V6A 1Z6) for the following purposes:
- Approval of the 2018 AGM Minutes
- Report from the President
- Report from the Executive Director
- Presentation of the Audited Financial Statements
- Appointment of the Auditor
- Election of the Directors
- Resolution to restrict the number of Directors
- Revisions to Bylaws – Special Resolution Notice Below
All members in good standing are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting. Registration will open at 2:10pm and light refreshments will be served.
May 28, 2019
30 hours per week
Primary Job Location: 221 E Georgia St, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Full Job Posting: PDF
221A is seeking applications from eligible candidates for the role of Summer Intern. The Summer Intern will provide a broad range of support to 221A’s staff in the operation of the organization’s range of programs and services; this includes research assistance, day-to-day program operations, preparatory and technical work, communications and meetings support. The incumbent must be reliable and organized, capable of taking on a variety of tasks, and demonstrate an aptitude to learn and excel in the non-profit art and cultural sector. The incumbent should ideally have some experience working in a collaborative office environment.