Volunteer Opportunity (Edmonton): Committee Members – Professional Arts Coalition of Edmonton

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Volunteer Opportunity (Edmonton): Committee Members – Professional Arts Coalition of Edmonton

PACE_logoThe Professional Arts Coalition of Edmonton is Seeking New Committee Members

The Professional Arts Coalition of Edmonton is currently seeking new members for the Communications Committee. The PACE Communications Committee is a working committee that strives to engage the Edmonton arts community by informing members on pertinent topics and issues affecting arts and culture in Edmonton, as well as member events and projects through a monthly newsletter and active social media. The Communications Committee also supports the other PACE committees (Advocacy, Mayor’s Celebration of the Arts) by creating marketing and support materials ranging from #yegvotesarts buttons during the 2013 municipal election to the advocacy tool kit on the PACE website.

No previous experience sitting on a committee or board is necessary, just a willingness to learn and a passion for the arts. The PACE communications committee meets every six weeks. If you’re interested please email PACE Executive Director Sheiny Satanove at [email protected] with a brief summary of your involvement in the arts.

The Professional Arts Coalition of Edmonton (PACE) is a not-for-profit arts advocacy organization, run by a volunteer executive board and one part-time, Executive Director. Its membership consists of professional arts organizations, independent professional artists and arts advocates from Edmonton and the surrounding region. PACE has served the professional arts community since 1986, originally as the Edmonton Professional Arts Council (EPAC). Over the years, PACE has initiated many positive changes for arts and culture in the City of Edmonton. For more information on PACE please visit www.pacedmonton.com.

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