Curator of Inuit Art
Each year, CUAG offers one 12-week curatorial position to a qualified undergraduate or graduate art history student. The curator is responsible for preparing one or two small exhibitions of Inuit art from CUAG’s permanent collection for display during the subsequent academic year. The curator may also work on other collection-based activities such as research, writing, and cataloguing.
Candidates who specialize in or have studied Inuit art are preferred; however, CUAG is open to hiring bright and motivated non-specialists. Women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and Aboriginal peoples are encouraged to apply.
This position is dependent upon funding from the Young Canada Works in Heritage Institutions program. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to verify they meet the YCW criteria, such as age, citizenship, and registration in the YCW database. Please send your application (CV and cover letter) to Alisdair MacRae by 29 April 2013.