Toronto Arts Foundation Announces Search For A Director Of Operations, East End Arts
Toronto Arts Foundation is now accepting applications for the new position of Director of Operations of East End Arts. East End Arts, currently being incubated by the Foundation, is an arts service organization serving the four wards of the city between the Don River and Scarborough. The new director will join Cindy Rozeboom, previously Managing Director, who will be focusing on the artistic leadership of the organization in the new role of Director of Programs.
“Toronto’s east end is incredibly rich with artists, ideas and talent” says Rozeboom. “I am delighted that the Foundation is supporting our growth and look forward to working with the incoming Director of Operations to expand our work with the artists and organizations of the east end. ”
“This announcement marks a new and exciting trajectory for East End Arts and all its stakeholders. I am so excited that the Foundation has given us the opportunity to build on the great work of Cindy and her team and to take East End Arts to new heights of cultural service.” says Julie Frost, Chair of the East End Arts advisory committee and Executive Director & Artistic Director of VIBE Arts.
“East End Arts is an integral part of Toronto Arts Foundation’s vision Creative City: Block by Block. It supports our commitment to connect every Toronto neighbourhood to the social and economic benefits of the arts.” says Claire Hopkinson, Director & CEO of Toronto Arts Foundation.
See here for the job posting. Deadline for receipt of applications is October 21, 2016.
About East End Arts
East End Arts' mandate is to unite, inspire and enhance the communities of east Toronto with the transformative power of the arts. East End Arts provides support to artists and arts events, creates networks of community and artistic interests and creates new arts programming for people of all ages and backgrounds. East End Arts began as a volunteer working group in 2011 under the leadership of advisory chair Julie Frost.