What’s the Value of a Dollar?

A curated exhibition by Matt Kyba. September 9th – October 14th 2022

On September 9th 2022, 7-10 pm, Matt Kyba will launch his curated exhibition, What’s the Value of a Dollar?, featuring work by Tiffany Jaeyeon Shin, Patrice Renee Washington, Shellie Zhang, Sean Weisgerber, GTA Collective, and Chester Vincent Toye.

What’s the Value of a Dollar? invites 6 artists and collectives to examine how profit-driven entities have historically exploited and dominated societies, communities, and bodies. Using video, installation, photography, and painting, the exhibition enfolds complex matrices of racial politics, socio-economic (dis)parity, and political agency to argue that North American economies not only exist, but flourish through marginalizing their own consumers and workforce. Capitalist frameworks feed off of subjugated bodies to reinforce economically productive hierarchies of race, culture, gender, and affluence. The exhibition’s title questions how monetary capital is traded and valued against ethical, cultural, and physical sacrifice. Included works employ capitalistic visual language, which acts in protest against market-based economies. Research-based approaches are utilized to historically map capitalism’s reliance on the communities it targets and marginalizes. What’s the Value of a Dollar? argues there cannot be ethical consumption and production under capitalism, and offers ways to reclaim agency by co-opting corporate tactics and language historically used to disenfranchise.”

Opening: September 9, 7:00pm – 10:00pm

Artist Talk: Exhibiting artist Sean Weisgerber, September 9, 7:00pm (ASL provided)

Gallery hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12-5 pm

About Matt Kyba: Matthew Kyba is the current Curator of Contemporary Art for the Ministry of Culture & Tourism (Columbus, OH). Recent curated exhibitions include both singular and touring projects at Museum London, The Ottawa Art Gallery, The Art Gallery of Hamilton, The Winnipeg Art Gallery, and multiple contemporary art spaces across Canada.

First Fridays, September 2 2022: Performances b.p., Memorypond and Season of Upheaval

Join us on September 2nd, 2022 for an evening of experimental sound work by b.p, Memorypond and Season of Upheaval.

Doors at 6:30pm, show at 7:00pm until 9:30pm.

Admission is free. Up to date accessibility information to be provided in the coming days as we launch our new website.

Memorypond (Sarah Borbridge) is a sound artist based in Treaty 1 territory/Winnipeg, MB. She is interested in investigating the depths of the sonic world that encompasses her lived experience. Using field recordings of the urban and domestic environments and synthetic sounds that she manipulates and distorts, Memorypond aims to create droney soundscapes that induce a meditative response from the listener.

Bret Parenteau is a sound artist from Winnipeg, MB, Treaty 1 Territory and Historic Métis Nation Homeland. Primarily performing under his B.P. moniker, he is head of the Makade Star label; a tape label solely focused on local experimental artists present and past. He helped compose the soundtrack to Métis filmmaker Rhayne Vermette’s “Ste. Anne” (2021). Parenteau has released a steady amount of work across Canada, US & internationally.

Season of Upheaval is a drone collaboration between Marie-France Hollier and Doreen Girard. Their self titled tape was released on Makade Star in September 2021.

Tell All The Truth But Tell It Slant

Detail of an installation which features light projections. Yellow shapes and yellow abstracted script projected on to a blank wall with a deep blue background.

Opening + Artist Talk: June 24, 7 PM (ASL provided)

Run: June 24 – August 13

Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 12-5 PM (closed July 1-2, 30)

Tell All The Truth But Tell It Slant is a multi-media exhibition that addresses the atrocities of an oppressive ruling system in Iran that continually and deliberately uses socio-political suppression to control its citizens. From the viewpoint of an Iranian living in Canada, I create images, objects, and spaces that investigate power dynamics, means and instruments of power, omission, and censorship, among others. I employ allegory and representation of culturally significant imagery from Persian and Islamic art and architecture as my formal language. While accentuating the importance of materiality, my work questions the subject-object duality to more profoundly bring the political into the material realm.

Zahra Baseri is an Iranian-Canadian artist who has a BFA Honors from the University of Manitoba (2016) and an MFA from the University of Waterloo (2019). She continued her research in Lisbon, Portugal, through Maumaus, an independent study program in 2020. Baseri was Manitoba’s provincial winner for BMO 1st Art! (2016), and received the University of Waterloo Fine Arts highest honour of achievement, the Sylvia Knight Award (2019).

Tell All The Truth But Tell It Slant est une exposition multimédia qui adresse les atrocités d’un système de gouvernement oppressif en Iran qui se sert constamment et délibérément de la suppression sociopolitique pour contrôler ses citoyens. Du point de vue d’une Iranienne qui demeure au Canada, je crée des images, des objets et des espaces qui explorent les dynamiques du pouvoir, les moyens et les instruments du pouvoir, l’omission et la censure, entre autres. J’utilise l’allégorie et la représentation de l’imagerie culturelle de signification particulière provenant de l’art et de l’architecture persane et islamique, comme si c’était un langage formel pour moi. Tout en accentuant l’importance de la matérialité, mes œuvres contestent la dualité sujet-objet afin d’intégrer la politique plus profondément dans le domaine du matériel.

Zahra Baseri est une artiste iranienne canadienne qui a un baccalauréat en beaux-arts de l’Université du Manitoba (2016) et un diplôme d’études supérieures en beaux-arts de l’Université de Waterloo (2019). Elle a poursuivi sa recherche à Lisbonne au Portugal par l’entremise de Maumaus, un programme d’études indépendant, en 2020. Zahra Baseri a été choisi comme gagnante provinciale de BMO 1st Art! (2016) et a reçu la Sylvia Knight Award (2019), la plus haute marque de distinction des beaux-arts à l’Université de Waterloo. 

Traduction par : Simone Hébert Allard

Translation by: Simone Hébert Allard

This exhibition includes engine oil which may be hazardous to people with fragrance sensitivities, allergies, asthma or any other medical conditions. Please contact us if you have any concerns.

We’re Seeking Board Members

Background has layers of brightly coloured squares overlapping each other. The overlaid text says: We're seeking Board Members at ace art inc. Deadline to apply is: Monday, June 27. Interested candidates should submit a CV and cover letter to board@aceart.org

We are seeking enthusiastic individuals who have a passion for the arts and wish to play a part in the redevelopment of ace. We are looking for people from the community to participate in committees for fundraising, policy-making, finance, and human resources. Previous experience in non-profits, fundraising, law, business, HR conflict mediation, and marketing, are considered assets. 

Please send a CV and cover letter outlining why you would like to join to board@aceart.org by Monday, June 27 at 4 pm CDT.

We’re hiring a Program Assistant

Program Assistant Job Description

Terms: 30 hours per week, 12 months, health benefits

Pay: $19.00/hour

Deadline: Friday, June 10 2022, 4 pm CDT

Desired start date: Monday, July 4 2022  (some training in last week of June- flexible dates) 

Apply to: admin@aceart.org  

We are seeking an organized, reliable, energetic, and cheerful individual who understands and champions Artist-Run Centres and contemporary art. Working with a small, enthusiastic, fierce, and friendly team, you will carry out duties necessary to realize ace’s mandate and vision. Full job description below.

This position is an excellent opportunity for a motivated individual with strong communication and organizing skills who has a deep interest in artist-run centres, arts administration, and contemporary art.

Skills & Competencies:

  • Experience in arts administration
  • Experience with online promotion.
  • Experience with artist-run centres and/or non-profit organizations including voluntary experience
  • Excellent time management skills.
  • Excellent communication, design, and writing skills.
  • The ability to work independently and in a collaborative environment.

Key Responsibilities: 

Promotion & Fundraising 

  • Update and maintain website hosted on WordPress
  • Implement and monitor an ongoing social media strategy for the gallery, referring to ace’s Social Media Policy, in consultation with the Program Director
  • Maintain a professional presence on social media platforms under the management of the Program Director
  • Create and distribute an organizational newsletter via MailChimp on bi-weekly basis
  • Create graphics for digital and printed promotional materials, send to printers, online billboards, post to website and social media platforms 
  • Coordinate the distribution of mailings to members, arts organizations, and political and social leaders
  • Assist with fundraising coordination
  • Provide assistance to exhibiting artists as required
  • Arrange hospitality for openings, talks or other events in conjunction with other staff


  • Keep statistics on online and in person visitors
  • Assist with the completion of CADAC data spreadsheets
  • Assist in writing and editing grant applications
  • Coordinate Volunteers
  • Contribute to monthly operations and programming board reports 
  • Actively assist in daily operations of gallery under the management of the Program Director and the Director of Finance and Administration
  • Oversee tasks assigned to interns, as needed 
  • Oversee programming archive
  • Help prepare contracts in regards to events, exhibitions, or contract employment
  • Recruit new members, maintain existing membership
  • Undertake tasks assigned by the Program Director and the Director of Finance & Administration on an ongoing basis


  • Clean, patch and paint walls
  • Assist with installation/striking of exhibition
  • Organize the storage areas
  • Tidy office, water plants, take out trash and recycling
  • Supervise contract technicians when appropriate


  • Respond to gallery email correspondence, record keeping, filing, answering phones
  • Greet visitors and track attendance
  • Invigilate gallery 
  • Ensure smooth operation of gallery day to day, including keeping regular hours of operation, supplies maintained, maintenance of office, galleries, and storage areas
  • Occasionally working evening events
  • Available to work Saturdays
  • Opening and closing the gallery 

Applicants must submit a cover letter detailing their relevant experience as it relates to the job description and why they want to be part of ace (two pages maximum), and a resume (2 pages maximum), to admin@aceart.org. Subject line: Application- Program Assistant. 

aceartinc. is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all applicants especially Indigenous, Black, People Of Colour, women, and 2SLGBTQIA+ folks. We thank all applicants for their interest in this position, though only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

PEOPLE FIGURE: dance + draw happening

Black background with loose drawing of a human figure in faded white lines. Overlaid text reads: PEOPLE FIGURE: dance + draw at 206 Princess St. Friday, June 17, 6-8 pm drop in. Closing performance at 8:30, limited seating, advance reserve. In partnership with ace art inc. Spontaneous compositions short/long & still/moving, materials provided. gallery@aceart.org. Eventbrite. $ donate. Mozdzen, Kuby, Bohrn, Sim, Brueckner, Ramprashad.

June 17, 2022

DROP-IN dance + draw 6-8 pm, materials provided

closing performance at 8:30 pm; limited seating — advance reserve.

INDEPENDENT DANCERS in partnership with artists & aceartinc.

PEOPLE FIGURE: dance + draw happening

nude & not

Visual artists Robert SIM, Derek BRUECKNER and Shereen RAMPRASHAD put pencil to the paper LIVE to draw the spontaneous human figuring of dancers D-Anne KUBY, Carol-Ann BOHRN and Ian MOZDZEN in this DURATIONAL dance + draw happening. PEOPLE FIGURE closes at 8:30 pm with a timed 25-minute INSTANT COMPOSITION dance awash in the evening’s flurry of figures and figuring.



Figure poses long/short & still/moving by PEOPLE; 6-8 pm, drawing materials provided.


Figure poses long/short & still/moving by PEOPLE, 6-8 pm; dancing space provided.


Observe figure poses long/short & still/moving by PEOPLE; observe the drawings of Robert SIM, Derek BUECKNER and Shereen RAMPRASHAD, 6-8 pm. CLOSING 25-minute DANCE PERFORMANCE by D-Anne, 8:30-9 pm; limited seating — advance reserve.

$donate/reserve on EVENTBRITE

INFO: gallery@aceart.org / aceart.org

206 Princess Street has 3 steps up from the sidewalk. Wheelchair ramp access is available through the 216 Princess Street entrance. 

Please bring a cushion or folding chair to sit on; some chairs are also available at aceart.


Carol-Ann BOHRN

Carol-Ann Frances Bohrn grew up in Brandon, Manitoba and has been residing in Winnipeg since 2011. Select performance credits: Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers (Jolene Bailie & Jera Wolfe), four seasons with Gearshifting Performance Works (Bailie, Marie-Josée Chartier & Rachel Browne), Sick + Twisted Theatre, Odette Heyn, Saskatoon’s White Birch Ballet (Darlene Williams, Gioconda Barbuto & Josh Beamish), and for television commercials. Carol-Ann participated in the Cartae Open School at aceartinc.; and the Foundation Mentorship Program at MAWA. Carol-Ann was nominated for a 2020 Evie Award for her choreographic collaboration with Alexandra Garrido and Thom Morgan Jones for the full-length song cycle show By Grand Central Station at the Prairie Theatre Exchange’s Mainstage season, 2020. Carol-Ann is a graduate of The School of Contemporary Dancers and also trained at Ryerson University and The Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s Teacher Training Program.


Over the past 5 decades, D-Anne‘s movement practice has spanned the breadth of this country we call Canada and beyond. The list of folks with whom she has worked and/or studied who have had lasting influence is vast and weaves a complex tapestry. Touring highlights include Mexico with Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers in 1987 and Greece/Montenegro with Kinesis Dance in 1996. Career highlights include performing Charles Moulton’s “18 Person All-Star Ball Passing” at the Lincoln Centre in New York, and having her solo appearance at fFIDA recognized by Now Magazine as one of the top 10 dance performances to happen in Toronto in 1994. D-Anne currently makes her home in Winnipeg where she continues her ongoing exploration of the body; how it works, how it communicates, how it serve us, and how it doesn’t.


Ian was raised on a farm in rural Manitoba. Creative writing, performance poetry, editorship & event organization since middle & high school turned into a B.H. English Literature & Theatre degree from Simon Fraser University & University of Winnipeg. What proceeded was two decades of study + practice of dance, theatre, anti-art, performance art, classical arts & ritual arts here in Manitoba, across Canada & abroad. The performance practices of South India & Japan, as well as nearly 15 years of figure modelling, also highly influence Ian’s approach to dance. Ian has supported organizations like Young Lungs Dance Exchange & Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers in positions of administration, programming & assistance, and coached actors & assisted professors in UW departments of English & Theatre. From it all, INDEPENDENT projects of dance, dance + music, theatre + music and dance + drawing result — loose partnerships of local dancers, artists and arts organizations devoted to sovereign programs of creative presentation and art-full contemplation. Ian is humbled by the presence of all these fine individual artists in PEOPLE FIGURE. Ian is also thankful for support from organizations like The Gas Station Arts Centre and aceartinc. PEOPLE FIGURE is an extension of the SILENT … LAB DANCE series, part I: people in between, recently presented April 10th in partnership with GSAC.

see the instant composition with D-Anne KUBY here: https://youtu.be/3MCq3BmARMQ

Without the dancer there is no dance. Long live these creatures of the day: the epheme-roi. 😉

Robert SIM

Robert Sim has been an artist and sculptor, who was born, raised, and lives and works in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He studied at the School of Art at the University of Manitoba, where he was the recipient of the Robert Bruce Scholarship for sculpture.

Robert’s work encompasses a wide variety of media and styles. Whatever the media, in general, he tries to represent what he sees as simply as possible, without any embellishment. He works without any preconceived ideas, and prefers to let the work develop on its own as it proceeds. Like many other artists, he believes visual art is language of its own and explains itself in its own terms. One of his favourite quotes regarding art comes from the Polish – French painter, Balthus;

“ Painting is a language which cannot be replaced by another language. I don’t know what to say about what I paint, really.”

Robert and his wife travel extensively, and, whenever possible, he tries to combine travel with work. He has painted and drawn across Canada, in Europe, and in Asia. Robert is the recipient of two Manitoba Arts Council grants, and he has exhibited internationally, nationally, and locally. His work is in public, corporate, and private collections across Canada, the United States, Japan, and Europe.


Derek Brueckner is a Winnipeg-born visual artist and art educator. His most recent work encompasses video harvested from socially collaborative and unscripted performances. Using a multi-disciplinary practice of drawing, painting, live feed projections, performance and video he re-inscribes and re-imagines the human figure through his collaborators’ processes of improvisation and facilitated play. Artist residencies have included spaces in Italy, Vermont, Brooklyn, New Orleans, and Toronto. Solo exhibitions and participatory projects in the US have been presented at arts spaces in Brooklyn, Queens, and New Orleans. Derek also co-hosts an arts radio talk show on CKUW 95.9 FM at University of Winnipeg. Media coverage of his work includes Globe & Mail, Border Crossings, Queens Courier Magazine, and the NOLA Defender. Awarded grants from Manitoba Arts Council, Winnipeg Arts Council and Vermont Studio Center. Education includes MFA from Hunter College, City University of New York.


Miss Shereen Ramprashad is classically trained illustrator and multitalented in performance, soundart and spokenword. She marches to her own creativity irregardless of trends. Miss Shereen … art is life and life is art.

Michel Dumont Artist Talk

Photo by Patrick Chondon

Virtual Artist Talk: Thursday, May 5, 7 pm CDT (link below)

Run: April 1- May 7, 2022

Link for virtual artist talk:


Meeting ID: 896 6235 6947 Passcode: 828521

It began with a box of discarded vintage Italian tile. I made natural scenes in rough geometric shapes. With time, trial and error, stories took shape.

The tile speaks of the terrazzo floors built by my Italian neighbours. It tells of mining, asbestos, and the hazardous chemicals required to achieve vivid permanent colours. 

From these stories, I broke, smashed, and carved them into something new. I tell my own stories, and those of the animals of this region articulating the scars, chips, and scrapes we bear from survival in this colonial reality.

My disabilities pose unique challenges to my practice. I must rest my injured spine often. A heavy gas mask protects my hyper-sensitive immune system. 

My reality of being a disabled, queer, urban-Indigenous trauma survivor encompasses every inch of this work. The silver lining is the zen pain-free state I can achieve during high-focus work sessions. From this work comes both pain and medicine; beauty from the broken.

Thank you to the Ontario Arts Council for their support with exhibition assistance.

Michel Dumont is a queer Metis two-spirited disabled artist, and survivor of intergenerational trauma stemming from Indian Day School. He currently resides in Thunder Bay. He works in wearable art, using packing tape, mylar, cellophane and LED lights.

Mujer Artista: The Cure La Cura

A greyscale image of sparse branches in front of a white wall. Half of the image has a translucent mauve overlay. Text overtop reads: mujer artista, the cure, la cura. Friday May 20 - Saturday June 11, 2022. aceartinc. Winnnipeg, 206 Princess Street. Opening Friday May 20 at 7 pm. Artist talk and performances Saturday May 28 at 2 pm. mujerartista.ca. Adriana Alacron, Carolina Araneda, Beatriz Barahona, Francesca Carella Afrinengo, Caroline Dickie, Gabriele Garcia, Vanessa Harari, Monica Mercedez Martinez, MIchele Melendez-Gallegos, Yolanda Paulsen, Lucy Pavez, Esperanza Sanchez Espitia, Daniela Smith-Fernandez, Citali Solis. Program Manager: Cecilia Araneda. Image: The Big Symphony by Yolanda Paulsen. Presented in partnership with MAWA: Mentoring Artists for Women's Art. Funded by the Canada Council for the Arts.

In the age of disease, what heals us?

Opening: Friday, May 20 at 7 PM (RSVP to gallery@aceart.org, 7 pm or 8 pm slots available)

Artist Talk + Performances: Saturday May 28 at 2 PM (RSVP to gallery@aceart.org)

Run: May 20 – June 11, 2022

Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 12-5 PM

  • Adriana Alarcon
  • Carolina Araneda
  • Beatriz Barahona
  • Francesca Carella Arfinengo
  • Caroline Dickie
  • Gabriela Garcia
  • Vanesa Harari
  • Monica Mercedez Martinez
  • Michele Melendez-Gallegos
  • Yolanda Paulsen
  • Lucy Pavez
  • Esperanza Sanchez Espitia
  • Daniela Smith-Fernandez
  • Citlali Solis

Program Manager: Cecilia Araneda
Program Coordinator: Francesca Carella Arfinengo
Program Mentors: Franci Duran + Alexandra Garrido

About Mujer Artista:

In 2014, after a series of conversations between Latin Canadian women artists Cecilia Araneda, Praba Pilar, and Monica Martinez, we came up with the idea of participating in an artistic process from the starting point of collective dialogue. We named this initiative Mujer Artista. From our core group of three, Mujer Artista has gradually expanded over the years to involve more artists.

Mujer Artista acknowledges the generous support of the Canada Council for the Arts, MAWA: Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art and aceartinc.

Among the Falling Stars: Megwe-aya’iing anangoog gaa-bangishimowaad | Michel Dumont

A close up view of the mouth of a bear sculpture. The bear is covered in brightly coloured tiles.

Opening: April 1, 7-10 pm 

Run: April 1- May 7, 2022

Virtual Artist Talk: TBA 

It began with a box of discarded vintage Italian tile. I made natural scenes in rough geometric shapes. With time, trial and error, stories took shape.

The tile speaks of the terrazzo floors built by my Italian neighbours. It tells of mining, asbestos, and the hazardous chemicals required to achieve vivid permanent colours. 

From these stories, I broke, smashed, and carved them into something new. I tell my own stories, and those of the animals of this region articulating the scars, chips, and scrapes we bear from survival in this colonial reality.

My disabilities pose unique challenges to my practice. I must rest my injured spine often. A heavy gas mask protects my hyper-sensitive immune system. 

My reality of being a disabled, queer, urban-Indigenous trauma survivor encompasses every inch of this work. The silver lining is the zen pain-free state I can achieve during high-focus work sessions. From this work comes both pain and medicine; beauty from the broken.

Thank you to the Ontario Arts Council for their support with exhibition assistance.

Michel Dumont is a queer Metis two-spirited disabled artist, and survivor of intergenerational trauma stemming from Indian Day School. He currently resides in Thunder Bay. He works in wearable art, using packing tape, mylar, cellophane and LED lights.

Virtual gallery available here.

We’re Hiring a Program Director

We're hiring a Program Director at ace art inc. See job posting for details. Deadline to apply is: Friday, March 25. Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter outlining their experience to: Hiring Committee at board@aceart.org

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Monday, April 4th or until filled.

aceartinc is an Artist Run Centre dedicated to the support, exhibition, and dissemination of contemporary art located on Treaty 1 territory, unceded Dakota Nation territory, and the homeland and birthplace of the Metis Nation, otherwise known as Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Exhibiting five major exhibitions a year by contemporary visual artists, we welcome submissions from all emerging contemporary artists and curators working in any media to our annual call for submission each August.

The gallery also runs several ongoing projects and hosts numerous one-offs. This Artist Run Centre is passionate about the work being produced by contemporary artists and arts writers and critics in Canada and abroad. Many successful, well-known, and not-so-well-known Canadian artists have shown work at ace early in their careers—we are an established (but not establishment) part of the unique ecosystem of Canadian contemporary art.

The Position

We are currently looking to hire our next Program Director to ensure smooth operation of the gallery’s day-to-day operations. This role is responsible for the oversight, coordination and scheduling of all duties related to the programming including exhibitions, talks, publications and special events. The Program Director is also responsible for supervising the Gallery Assistant and other program contract staff, temporary workers and interns. The position is a 6-month term with the possibility of an extension.

Salary: $1538.46 – $1730.77 biweekly for 32 hours per week.

Responsibilities include:

Curatorial Vision and Programming 

  • Re-establish and/or re-imagine institutional programming, including creating of a 5-year curatorial vision for the organization
  • Develop an exhibition and build working relationships with artists 
  • Direct the installation and strike of exhibitions
  • Turn a concept into a project and effectively communicate ideas

Marketing, Outreach and Community Engagement

  • Liaise with local/national/international arts organizations for program and partnership development
  • Liaise with Indigenous governments and organizations local to the territory on which aceartinc. resides
  • Maintain a good relationship with funders and donors
  • Ensure aceartinc. branding standards are developed and maintained
  • Maintain regular contact with membership and local arts community
  • Speak on behalf of the organization at various events and/or engagements

Grant Writing

  • Initiate and seek funding for aceartinc. initiatives
  • Develop program outlines and project descriptions, prepare support material
  • Ensure that all projects pertaining to grants and funding are carried through in collaboration with the Director of Finance and Administration as well as ensuring that the final reports are completed when required


  • Minimum 3 years demonstrated experience in a similar scope of work
  • Has an appropriate post-secondary degree and/or or a combination of equivalent training and experience at an upper level of responsibility
  • Passion for contemporary arts 
  • Strong relationship management and communication skills.
  • Has demonstrated communications and budgeting skills
  • Has familiarity and appreciation with the not-for-profit sector and/or arts organizations
  • Is very knowledgeable about contemporary art and the contemporary art community in Manitoba and beyond
  • Has experience with fundraising, donor development, and grants
  • Has the ability to initiate and implement new programs and procedures
  • Demonstrated ability to develop budgets and make recommendations to a Board of Directors
  • Direct experience managing and social media efforts
  • Able to attend monthly board meetings and deliver a programming report 
  • Has a strong ability to relate to others, to motivate and lead colleagues; ability to set priorities

Interested candidates should submit a resume to Hiring Committee at board@aceart.org

We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.

aceartinc. encourages all qualified applicants to apply. aceartinc. welcomes applicants from Government of Canada job equity groups (i.e., women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, Indigenous candidates).

PDF version available here.