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    Contemporary Art in the Public Space

    As Ontario’s oldest public art forum, for 20 years CAFKA has supported a diverse spectrum of local, national and international artists in the presentation/dissemination of ground-breaking, contemporary, interactive and interventionist public artworks in Kitchener-Waterloo (KW) region through biennial programming and special projects. As the only artist-driven visual arts organization in the region and a pillar within KW, CAFKA’s primarily free biennial program in unexpected public spaces expands contemporary art experiences outside gallery environments and positions them as critical and integral parts of community life—accessible to everyone. Through the biennial, lectures, tours, workshops and related special projects, CAFKA develops opportunities for people in the community and beyond to learn about contemporary art, and engage in discourse around issues of public and private space.

    Public Art, Projection, Performance by artists, Interventions, installations, exhibition, art, Contemporary Art, Biennial, and Visual Art

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: DEVELOPMENT AND OUTREACH COORDINATOR

Application Deadline: September 12, 2022
Anticipated Start Date: October 3, 2022
 
CAFKA is seeking an innovative and community-driven individual to join our organization as Development and Outreach Coordinator. Working closely with and reporting to the Director, the Development and Outreach Coordinator plays an integral role in advancing the mission and vision of CAFKA. The incumbent will develop and maintain lasting relationships with community stakeholders, including CAFKA’s members and volunteers; steward fundraising and development in the public and private sector; and lead communications and outreach for the organization with a primary focus on these areas.

Full Job Description: https://lnkd.in/gmp-Sx5N

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