Join the Board and Staff of Mountain Standard Time for our Annual General Meeting at 7:00pm on Tuesday, July 16 at the CommunityWise Resource Centre, room 206, 223 12 Avenue SW.
We will be presenting a year-in-review, elect new Board Directors, and share a meal. Old and new members welcome!
- Call to Order
- Adopting the agenda
- Adopting the minutes of the last AGM
- Considering the President's Report: Kaylee Maciejko
- Considering the Staff Report: Sharon Kahanoff, Desiree Nault, and Jordan Schinkel
- Reviewing the Financial Statements: Ken Buera
- Appointing the auditors for the following fiscal year
- Electing the President
- Electing the members of the Board of Directors
- Setting the next AGM
Call for Board Directors!
As we plunge into the development of our 10th Biennial and 20th Anniversary, now is an excellent time to become a Director of M:ST!
About MountainStandard Time
Mountain Standard Time (M:ST) is anon-for profit arts organization dedicated to the creation, research, and presentation of contemporary performative art practices. In all of our initiatives we forefront the public’s intimate engagement with experimental and risk taking programming. M:ST was established in 2001 as a uniquely collaborative endeavour between several local arts organizations and to this day, we connect local and global artistic communities through our unique partnerships. Our activities include residencies, publications, workshops, lectures, panel discussions internships, advocacy, and our biennial festival.
To take a closer look at our history and values, visit www.mountainstandardtime.org.
M:ST is seeking Board Directors to serve a two-year volunteer term (renewable) who will bring dedication, energy, and experience to the organization. We are looking for people with a broad range of knowledge and skills, including accounting, fundraising and development, governance, human resources, marketing, and those with a strong interest in contemporary art practices. We especially welcome applications from artists, writers, curators, cultural workers and those with previous board experience.
M:ST values diversity and inclusivity in our communities. We highly encourage applications from visible minority group members, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.
Board Directors are fully informed on organizational matters and participate in the board’s deliberations and decisions in the matters of policy, finance, programming, personnel and advocacy. Additionally, they:
How to Apply
If you feel like M:ST might be a good fit for you, please send a statement of interest(max. one page) and resume to M:ST’s Board President Kaylee Maciejko at firstname.lastname@example.org. Potential applicants are invited to contact Kaylee in advance of submitting their applications if they have any questions regarding M:ST and/or board member requirements and duties.
The deadline for nominations is Friday July 12, 2019. Nominations will be evaluated by the current board and staff. Successful applicants will be nominated to the board at M:ST’s upcoming Annual General Meeting on Tuesday July 16, 2019.
M:ST is committed to accommodating applicants with barriers to the recruitment procedures outlined above. Please notify us if you require accommodation with respect to the materials or procedures used at any time during this process, and we will work with you to determine how to meet your needs.