Membership

AACC Membership | Board of Directors

The board of the AACC is presently comprised of 3 directors. Directors serve as volunteers and are required to participate in board meetings annually (subject to change). Directors are expected to participate in at least one other committee of the board (finance, planning, marketing, governance, etc.).

Applications are being accepted from interested members of the Indigenous (FNMI) arts community to fill a vacancy. Applicants must have a personal mandate to teach and protect Indigenous art forms and artists no matter logistics, social or economics status. Applicants must identify as an Indigenous artist or demonstrate commitment to the advancement of Indigenous artists and art forms.

Beginning immediately, the AACC will be reviewing and selecting new board member(s).

Please complete the following application for consideration by the board members of the AACC.

Application to serve as director (volunteer board member) of the board of the Aboriginal Arts Collective of Canada – a Canada registered not-for-profit organization (Corp. #9469869).

Please complete the following application for consideration by the board members of the AACC.

Applications are not based on formal education. Education also encompasses studying under Elders, Knowledge Keepers, family members and community. Please indicate any relevant education pertaining to the organizational mandate, finance, planning or governance.
If you have been a volunteer for any community organization or group (non-profit, charity, community gatherings, outreach programs, sharing circles, social justice, etc.)
Are you a member of or on a board of directors for any other organizations? If so, please list organization, position and duration of membership.
Please make notes below on what you can contribute to the AACC and it’s mandate.
This is a volunteer position. Please note here any time restrictions or the amount of time weekly that you would be able to participate in assisting the AACC.
Please list name and contact information of people who could provide a reference for you.

The personal information requested on the application form is only being collected by the AACC to evaluate the suitability of potential candidates for nomination to the board of directors. Personal information will not be shared with any other people or organizations.
Questions about the application or use of personal information should be directed to Dawn Setford, Executive Director of the Aboriginal Arts Collective of Canada 613-847-7692.

reCAPTCHA is required.
...just so we know you're not a robot or spammer.