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Call for Volunteer Board Members!

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The Centre for Art Tapes is looking for new board members to join our dedicated, energetic and dynamic team! The board of directors is responsible for leading the vision of the Centre in consultation with the membership.


We have the following board positions currently open:

Treasurer – Ideally this role would go to someone with accounting or bookkeeping experience. Working in consultation with the Programming Director, the treasurer monitors and approves financial reporting.

HR Representative – As a key member of the CFAT personnel committee, this board member acts as a liaison to the directors of the centre, addressing HR policies and questions as they arise. Ideal candidate would have experience within a Human Resources Context.

Director at Large– This role would be responsible for general board work, and sitting on one to two committees. The ideal representative would be a working artist and/or arts administrator with a love of media art.While each position has different responsibilities, as a member of the board of directors, the duties may include but are not limited to:

  • Attendance of monthly evening board meetings (usually 1.5 – 2h)
  • Attendance at committee meetings (Programming, Fundraising, Equipment and Access, etc.) as necessary to facilitate knowledge sharing
  • Contribute to both short-term and long-term strategic planning
  • General support in management of the centre, including acting as a resource for board members, committee members and other volunteers as needed
  • Undergo additional training, when available to further develop your role
  • Help form policies and procedures for the ongoing betterment and growth of the centre.
  • Time commitment varies but is approximately 10-15 hrs required per month

CFAT is committed to providing equal opportunities within our organization to the four designated groups (as defined by the Canadian Human Rights Commission): women; Aboriginal peoples; persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities.

For more information on the Centre for Art Tapes visit To apply, please send along your resume and a short letter of interest to Ian Reilly, Chair of the Board at

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