Digital Events Coordinator
Lands To Travel Through (LTTT) is an artist-run gathering that will take place in Mohkinstsis/Calgary on Treaty 7 territory...

Lands To Travel Through (LTTT) is an artist-run gathering that will take place in Mohkinstsis/Calgary on Treaty 7 territory and virtually online. This event is organized by the Alberta Association of Artist-Run Centres (AAARC) and presented in partnership with Artist-Run Centres and Collectives Conference (ARCA).

Centering practices of care, practical strategies for recovery and remediation, conversations, and experiments in renegotiating our relationships to resources, Lands To Travel Through presents the opportunity to come together, and continue to design models for how to be, otherwise.

We are currently looking to hire a digital events coordinator starting end of May to August 2021.

LTTT recognizes the unique qualifications of applicants from BIPOC communities, and acknowledge that skills learned from living in those communities are integral to equity work. To create a diverse and inclusive work environment that reflects our gathering, we encourage BIPOC candidates to apply.

Job Description

The digital events coordinator will work closely with the LTTT staff and committee to facilitate live-streamed events and online video distribution on our website and other digital live-streaming platforms. The successful applicant will be working with a team of videographers to produce various pre-recorded content for the conference, and will be the main point of contact for all technical aspects of the conference, including working as a technician for on site/in person events. The successful applicant will be reporting regularly at monthly virtual meetings with the LTTT organizing committee.

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Ensure all files are formatted correctly for online distribution through our website/other digital platforms.
  • Ensure seamless integration between live-screenings to moderated Q&A sessions/panel discussions.
  • Put together LTTT intro slide, funder acknowledgement slide, land acknowledgements, closed captions, etc. for each digital content.
  • Develop production/post-production/event schedules with program coordinator.
  • Responsible for ensuring consistent production standards/processes and quality control across all digital content.
  • Responsible for organizing and leading tech runs with all presenters ensuring folks are comfortable with platform.
  • Responsible for incorporating accessibility plug ins on various platforms for language (English/French) and deaf/hard of hearing accessibilities.
  • Responsible for acquiring equipment and setting up tech for on site/in person events that are live-streamed.

Timeline & Remuneration:

  • This role will mostly be a part-time position with flexible hours, approximately 10 to 20 hours/week, from May to August 2021, at $25/hour.
  • A few weeks leading up to and during the actual conference (the first week of August), full time hours of 30 to 35 hours/week are expected.

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Apply By: May 15, 2021


Founded in 2005, the Alberta Association of Artist-Run Centres (AAARC) supports advocacy, networking, and organizational growth for artist-run visual arts organizations across Alberta. As a syndicate of ten not-for-profit artist-run centres, each with their own mandate, AAARC’s activities continue to strengthen community and collaboration in contemporary art by facilitating close communication between organizations. Since the early 1970s, and continuing today, Alberta’s artist-run centres have fostered artistic ingenuity, creative production, and dynamic public engagement with art—supporting a wide range of artists and contemporary art practices.

AAARC is part of the regional caucus of ARCA, an organization that represents and advocates for Canadian artist-run organizations on national and international levels, and in August 2021 AAARC will partner with ARCA to host Lands to Travel Through, an artist-run gathering in Mohkinstsis/Calgary.

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