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Join the PAVED Arts Board of Directors

Join the PAVED Arts board of directors

Now Accepting Nominations/Candidates for the 2024-2025 PAVED Arts Board of Directors
Submit by August 30, 2024

PAVED Arts is a not-for-profit, artist-run centre for production, presentation, research, and dissemination of contemporary media arts. The word PAVED is an acronym signifying the integration of media art forms addressed by our mandate: photographic, audio, video, electronic, digital. PAVED Arts exists to support artists who work in these media.

Our mandate is to support local, regional and national artists working in the ‘PAVED’ arts by operating an access and production centre for media and new media creation, while simultaneously operating a presentation centre that exhibits and disseminates contemporary visual, media and new media art in time-based, gallery, and off-site modes.

PAVED Arts is seeking vibrant leaders who share our commitment to exploring media arts. We are looking for professionals (community members, artists, film and video makers, art administrators, art supporters) with experience and/or interest in not-for-profit/non profit governance/budgeting/finance, fundraising/development, facilities and project planning, event planning, media arts programming and production. We welcome applications from all who support our vision and are willing to commit 8 to 10 hours per month to the organization for a minimum of a two-year term. 

Purpose and Role of the Board

To act as a voting member of the board with full authority and responsibility to:

  • Govern and guide the organization while supporting the Executive Director in managing the organization.
  • Oversee the Organization’s financial health, programs and overall performance;
  • Provide the Executive Director with the resources to meet the needs of those the Organization serves.

Commitments include attending board meetings, committee participation, and providing support to our flourishing organization. Directors may not receive financial compensation or apply for exhibitions while serving on the board, and will be expected to hold their positions until the next Annual General Meeting. In order to stand for election at the AGM you must be a member of PAVED for at least 5 days prior to the AGM. The Board of Directors is the governing body and legal authority of PAVED Art + New Media Inc.

PAVED Arts’ current board is comprised of artists, filmmakers, and community members. We are committed to meaningful equity and inclusion, and aim to reflect the communities we serve. PAVED Arts encourages submissions from experienced candidates and prioritizes black, indigenous, people of colour, members of racialized communities, persons with disabilities and 2SLGBTQ+ identified persons as candidates.

There are currently 5 available positions on the board of directions. The positions include a commitment of a 2-year term starting from the September 2024 AGM with the possibility of renewal for a second 2-year term. If you are interested in this opportunity please forward a letter of interest and resume highlighting relevant qualifications and experience, indicating “Board Director” in the subject by e-mail to PAVED Arts’ Executive Director Travis Cole ( for inclusion in the voting at the AGM.

Send your CV and letter of interest to Travis at by August 30, 2024.

The election of the Board of Directors will take place at the Annual General Meeting in September of 2024 (date TBD) at PAVED Arts. Members, staff and the current board can also nominate Board Members. Nominations are requested in advance. At the AGM, each nominee will be asked to give a brief 1-2 minute talk expressing their interest and reasons for wanting to join the PAVED Board of Directors. 

Please email Travis Cole at if you have any questions, or contact PAVED at 306 652-5542.

PAVED Arts is an artist-run centre operating on Treaty Six Land that encompasses the traditional homeland of numerous First Nations, including Cree, Dene, Plains Cree, Nakota, Saulteaux, Ojibwe, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. Our work unfolds with a commitment to honour and continually learn about the histories of this land, and we acknowledge that our efforts to foster open, safe, and collaborative spaces, are both ongoing and never complete.