Our team is structured into three main functions, including: Artist & Program Development, Artist Services, and Administration/Projects. The NaAC offers its full-time employees a wide range of competitive benefits. In addition to health and vision, dental, group life and long term disability plans, NaAC employees also benefit from paid vacation, matching RRSP/TFSA contributions, and professional development opportunities.
There are currently no vacancies available.
Get involved with our programs
We welcome artists to lead workshops, share deep insights into their own practice, and work alongside and learn from our artists’ perspectives. There are many ways for contemporary artists in Canada and around the world to get involved with us.
Lead a Workshop
Every month, the NaAC hosts virtual and/or in-person workshops for our studio collective. This is not only a great learning opportunity for our participants, but also a learning opportunity for mainstream artists who learn different perspectives from our artists. Past workshop artists include Lanre Ajayi, Michelle Austen, and Teresa Tam.
Become a Mentor
Our Curatorial Mentorships launched in 2020. NaAC is the first Canadian disability arts organization to launch this type of program for artists with developmental disabilities.
Commission an Artist
In recent years, the NaAC has increased partnerships with individual clients, organizations, and corporations who are interested in commissioning an artist for a custom piece of art. Every artist approaches these opportunities differently, so we encourage interested partners to contact us to learn more about this rewarding process.
Contact us to get involved with our programs
Vice President, Artist and Program Development
(403) 253 – 3174 ext. 2