Come join Visceral Visions! We are seeking a Managing Producer to lead and support critical administrative work required to help Visceral Visions execute our mission. This contractor position will work closely with the company’s Co-Artistic Producers to effectively manage the company’s administrative day-to-day needs, allowing the Visceral Visions team to develop and execute numerous projects in the years ahead.
This position will play an important role in leading company administration, as well as advancing sponsorship development, fundraising, grant administration, and governance support through strategic planning, while strengthening Visceral Visions’ operational capacity.
About Visceral Visions
Visceral Visions (VV) is a non-profit arts society based on the stolen ancestral territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) nations (Vancouver, BC). with a mandate to champion diverse provocative voices through the media of artistic expression. The work we do is a potent mix of visceral storytelling, advocacy, and professional development. Visceral Visions promotes and fosters Indigenous and racialized Canadian artists through the creation of interdisciplinary artistic projects, and has also developed CultureBrew.Art (CBA), a web platform featuring a nationwide searchable database of BIPOC artists working in Canada, envisioned to facilitate connection, diversify collaboration, and build community in the Canadian arts and culture sector and beyond.
We are a dynamic team of contractors and are proud to have racialized women in co-leadership on the Board of Directors as well as the team. We are committed to ensuring representation, fostering collaborative partnerships, and supporting leadership from among the multiple and diverse communities we serve.
About the Opportunity
The scope of work and deliverables include:
What You Bring
Visceral Visions Commitment to Anti-Oppression and Decolonization
We are dedicated to inciting intersectional interculturalism in the arts and are strongly committed to embodying anti-oppression and decolonization values in all facets of our work. We strive to consciously address systemic inequality as an integral aspect of our artistic practice, using art to build awareness and empathy as we illuminate how the intersection of race with all other oppressions deeply impacts the world today. It is at the heart of these intersections where artists, as agents of change, must ask the hard questions that spark inspiration, introspection, compassion, clarity, and ultimately, the act of creation that transforms incomprehensible human suffering into hope.
We are committed to working with BIPOC individuals, particularly women and non-binary folx of colour, who reflect the communities in which we live and work. Indigenous and racialized peoples, and members of other underrepresented groups are highly encouraged to submit a proposal.
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