There are opportunities for casual student employment within the Faculty of Fine Arts and in the community throughout the year. Check back often for opportunities to find casual work.
Faculty of Fine Arts Employment Opportunities
Crossing Boundaries & IAST 2018: a collaborative symposium - Paid Student Positions
Join our student workforce for IAST 2018 by completing the on-line application form. We have a limited number of paid student positions, for which you will be offered an hourly wage above the provincial minimum wage rate and commensurate with your degree program. You will also receive a complimentary Symposium Pass. Jobs range from General information assistants to Concert technical assistants (e.g., live sound, audio recording, live streaming).
Application deadline: October 8.
University Theatre - Box Office Assistants
Contact: Amanda Berg
Contact Amanda Berg, Theatre Operations Supervisor, for more information about this position.
*Note - Box Office positions have been filled, however we are happy to continue to accept resumes throughout the semester.
Department of Drama - Student Assistants
Contact: Dave Smith
The Department may hire two or three students to work as student assistants in various areas (i.e. Scene and Prop Shop, Costume Shop). A letter of application accompanied by a completed class schedule (indicating applicant is able to work on a regular basis), and resume can be emailed to Dave Smith, Production Manager.
- Properties Assistant
- Scene Shop Assistant
- Costume Shop Assistant
Department of Art - Life Models Needed
Contact: Shawn Coburn
Interested in a side job that isn’t picky about a dress code? The Department of Art is seeking models for painting and drawing from life (sometimes even sculpting) in the 2018-2019 academic year. Casual hours (weekday mornings, afternoons, and evenings). $20/hour payment. No experience required. ALL BODY TYPES NEEDED! (all piercings, all tattoos, all sizes, all shades, and all abilities welcome). Contact Shawn Coburn for more details or to apply.
Display Opportunity for Local Artists! Showcase your work at The Port Coworking Space! Located in the heart of Downtown Lethbridge, The Port provides a venue for local artists to share their work in a creative, collaborative, shared work space. This is a great opportunity to get some exposure and make connections with the Lethbridge business community. We take no commission if someone wants to purchase. We're all about supporting local and making connections. Check out theportyql.com, and call 403-894-3150 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on the space or to contact us.
Are you teaching private music lessons or interested in becoming a private studio teacher? Why not consider joining ARMTA, the Alberta Registered Music Teachers’ Association? There are many benefits for teachers and their students including professional development, regular recitals, advertising, liability insurance and opportunities to share with and gather information from other teachers in a supportive environment. Teachers of all instruments are welcome to join!
Email Christine Rogers at email@example.com, or visit the following links for more information:
- Lethbridge Registered Music Teacher Association Membership
- Alberta Registered Music Teacher Association Membership
- VOX MUSICA - Young Adult Membership
Display Opportunity for fine arts students and staff! Showcase your 2D art work in the Garden Court Dining Room at the Lethbridge College! We have so much wall real estate in our dining room, and would love the opportunity to show local art, so I am reaching out to the community to see if there would be any interest. We would take no commission should the art sell while in our dining room. We simply get the pleasure of showcasing the art in our space. If you are interested call 403-320-3230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Allied Arts Council of Pincher Creek
The Allied Arts Council of Pincher Creek is hiring models for a nude figure drawing (or painting/clay sculpture, etc) class that we offer. Models will be paid $30/hr plus an allowance for travel (approximately $40 from Lethbridge at 20c/km). They will be required to hold a variety of classic poses, starting with quick, gestural poses held for short periods and progressing to longer poses of 1/2hr or so. There will, of course, be breaks during the three hour session and the longer held poses will be chosen for comfort. Reclining poses are common. Models need only bring themselves and a robe to wear during breaks. There is a changing room next to the studio space for the models.
Classes are held at the Lebel Mansion in Pincher Creek, which is managed by the Allied Arts Council. The dates are October 16, 30, November 13, 27, and December 11 from 7-10pm. Models interested in more than one session are welcome but it isn't necessary. Models of all ages, body types, ancestries, and genders are welcome. We encourage and celebrate diversity.
Models are encouraged to come down to Pincher prior to the beginning of the class to meet the class coordinator and myself (the program coordinator). This isn't a requirement, just an offer.
Any questions can be directed to: Claren Copp-LaRocque the Program Coordinator via email: email@example.com or phone: 403-627-5272