Canadian Art, published by the Canadian Art Foundation (“the Foundation”), is the preeminent platform for journalism and criticism about art and culture in Canada. Our award-winning print, digital, educational and programming initiatives deliver smart, accessible ideas, stories and opinions.
A national non-profit organization, Canadian Art develops and supports art writers, and engages with the work of artists, established and new. Most important, we empower diverse audiences to understand, debate and be inspired by art.
In addition to publishing in print and online, the Canadian Art Foundation also presents innovative events and educational programs including School Hop, Gallery Day, and the Canadian Art Encounters speaker series. This range of programs supports our mandate to engage audiences nationwide and address urgent and evolving issues through the lens of contemporary art and culture.
Canadian Art is seeking an Editor-in-Chief for all of its content platforms. The successful candidate will possess superior editorial judgment and taste and have a proven record of collaboration and helping to get the best out of creative teams. She/he should bring a nuanced understanding of current events in the contemporary art world.
The candidate should also have meaningful editorial experience, leading teams, planning content strategy and delivering on deadline. The successful candidate will have superior collaborative skills as she/he will need to work with a publishing and programming team to support the Foundation’s strategic objectives. A motivated leader, the Editor-in-Chief will drive engagement on all Canadian Art’s content platforms so as make them even more relevant to all our stakeholders.