On view from September 21–December 1, 2019, the inaugural Toronto Biennial of Art will be Canada’s newest biennial of contemporary art. Taking place along the waterfront in unexpected venues and public spaces and in collaboration with not-for-profit galleries, museums, community organizations, and educational institutions across the city, the Biennial will present Canadian and international art within the complex creative, cultural, social, and political context of Toronto.
The Toronto Biennial of Art (TBA) is accepting applications for a contract position of Accessibility & Event Coordinator, as part of the Public Programming & Learning team. The Accessibility & Event Coordinator will gain significant, hands-on experience within the Public Programming & Learning team, as well as with the broader TBA team. The ideal candidate has experience in coordinating accessible programs and interpreting content for various public events and community gatherings. They take initiative to learn best practices and keep up to date with current discourses and methodologies surrounding accessibility programs to create meaningful inclusive cultural programming.
An ideal candidate must have a view to inclusivity and diversity, knowledge on coordinating and promoting greater access for publics with diverse abilities, and building capacity through best practices within the changing landscape of public programming in Canadian arts, education and culture. They have demonstrated understanding of and experience within Deaf, Mad and disability arts and culture.