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Virtual Freelance Work
Level UP is an Innovative Work-Integrated Learning program powered by Riipen and sponsored by the Government of Canada to prepare students in post-secondary education and employers (or organizations) to thrive in the future of work.
How Does It Work
Students, individually or in groups, connect with organizations for short term paid projects that help them gain relevant work experiences, build professional networks, gain career clarity, and develop their skills.
Find notices for external auditions and competitions here:
Calls for Submission
Find external exhibition or curatorial opportunities, calls for proposals, residencies, submissions and projects here:
Showcase your work at The Port Coworking Space!
Display Opportunity for Local Artists! 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.
Professional Development Sessions
Find information for external sessions, lectures, workshops, masterclasses, intensives, and other learning opportunities here:
ART/WORK Professional Development Sessions
Organized and Supported by Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge
Free professional development sessions online for those interested in pursuing art as a career or those just curious about the process. Open to artists of all levels and disciplines.
ART/WORK Professional Development Sessions are held on the first Thursday of the month at 6:00 pm MT.
Alberta Registered Music Teachers' Association (ARMTA)
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?
We are a professional organization of private studio music teachers of all disciplines and instruments. Our aim is to promote excellence in teaching and provide support and learning opportunities for both students and teachers. Those who have completed a Bachelor of Music or an ARCT with a recognized examining board are welcome to become members. Teachers with a minimum level 9 certification may join as affiliate members. Benefits include professional development, regular student recitals, student awards, advertising, liability insurance and opportunities to share with and gather information from other teachers in a supportive environment. Teachers of all instruments or voice are invited to join!
Email Christine Rogers at email@example.com, or visit the following links for more information: