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Public Programing Assistant

Job Title: Public Programing Assistant
Part time/Casual: 14 – 21 hours per week (2 to 3 days per week)
Wage: $13.50 per hour

Position Start Date:  September 2018
Deadline for Applications:  Monday, September 10, 2018

The Kelowna Art Gallery is now accepting applications for a part-time Public Programming Assistant. This position will play a key role in helping to coordinate the Gallery’s tour program, which runs up to four tours per day, Monday through Friday. This position is an opportunity to build on experience working with all ages and expand your knowledge of the visual arts.


Under the direction of the Education and Public Programming Coordinator, the Public Programming Assistant will support the Gallery’s tour program by:

  • Leading educational tours of the current exhibitions
  • Facilitating hands-on art activities
  • Assisting with training and overseeing school tour volunteers/docents
  • Daily organizing, cleaning, and preparing supplies
  • Assisting with other public programs as needed

The ideal candidate possesses the following qualities, knowledge and experience:

  • A university degree in visual arts, art history, education, or another related field
  • Experience in a museum, gallery, or teaching context dealing with front-line tasks and working with the public
  • Knowledge of art history, as well as artist techniques and materials
  • Enjoys working with people and children in a social learning environment
  • Excellent customer-service skills
  • Ability to be courteous at all times and in all circumstances
  • Be dynamic, proactive, and outgoing
  • Ability to provide a recent and valid police background check

Please send your covering letter and CV to:

The Kelowna Art Gallery is an equal-opportunity employer. We appreciate the interest of all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.



Call for Art Instructors (ongoing)

The Kelowna Art Gallery is always seeking to expand its offerings of adult and youth workshops and classes and is accepting proposals from qualified instructors to teach a variety of art skills.

Class offerings run from January to June and September to December. Class scheduling options are 6-week sessions during the day and evenings, or can be single weekend workshops.

Proposals should include the following:

– The type of class/medium you would like to teach
– A few examples of your work in that medium (please send .jpg files)
– Preferred or suggested times you would like to teach (day, evening, weekends)
– A resume outlining previous teaching experience, education, and experience as a working artist

Interested candidates should email proposals to:


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