The Belkin Art Gallery is now accepting applications for the following Student Work Learn positions:
This position monitors the gallery and exhibitions, provides information to visitors, assists with events, programs and research, and with tours of the Outdoor Art Collection. Two of the Gallery Attendant positions will be Undergraduate Academic Assistant (UAA) or Graduate Academic Assistant (GAA) appointments.
This position works with the gallery’s Manager of Public Programs on the development and production of public programs, tours and educational resource materials.
The student works closely with the gallery’s Curator of Academic Programs on the research, development and production of academic programs for the exhibitions during the 2019-20 academic year.
This position assists the gallery’s Archivist with managing information in the archives database and providing general support for archival functions.
Working with the gallery’s Associate Director/Curator, this position assists with the curatorial research, development and production of the gallery’s upcoming Fall/Winter exhibitions and related publication and online resource. The position also assists the Curator of Outdoor Art with research on the Outdoor Art Collection and development of new residency-based Outdoor Art commissions.
The positions are posted on CareersOnline from August 6 – 20, 2019. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Please visit CareersOnline for full details including job description, requirements, wage/hours and application instructions. For information about Work Learn eligibility requirements and to apply through CareersOnline, please visit https://students.ubc.ca/career/campus-experiences/work-learn-program
The Belkin is mandated to research, exhibit, collect, publish, educate and develop programs in the field of contemporary art and in contemporary art approaches to the practice of art history and criticism. The Belkin houses the University’s growing collection of over 4,500 works of art – one of the largest public collections of art in the province – as well as a substantial Archive with items relating to the post-war history of art in Vancouver and the avant-garde narratives of the 1960s and 1970s. The Belkin is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all qualified and eligible individuals to apply. We thank all applicants for their interest however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.