The Board of Directors of the Machinery wishes to expand its circle of leaders and welcome new voices into its governance. This idea came about after several reflections around inclusive governance, a desire to break down certain silos, and a desire to make the experience within a board of directors accessible.
As a non-profit organization, the Machinery pools resources, tools and expertises with a diverse, personalized and inclusive approach. Through its community of practitioners, the Machinery strengthens and expands artistic and cultural aspirations!
You don’t know us yet, but you want to make a difference and get involved in an arts and culture NPO? You have followed us from afar over the past few years and would like to help us get to the heart of our concerns to better fulfill our mandate? Have you been following the Machinery for some time and would like to contribute to its full development?
Regardless of your posture and the relationship between us, candidates must be willing to:
Participating on the Board of Directors of the Machinery allows you to:
What a seat on the Board of the Machinery entails:
Propose your profile and come exchange with us! Three people will be integrated during the next season.
The Machinery will hold a meeting – in hybrid – on October 13th to get to know you and present the activities, challenges and strategic directions to come. In an intimate format, we will engage in a round table and screen discussion to hear about your interests and motivations to connect with our organization.
Between now and September 30, 2021, you can express your interest in receiving the invitation to this event as well as share with us any existing materials that help us get to know you better (resume, letter, video, website, LinkedIn profile, etc.). Are you late? Contact us anyway!
Based on the principle of complementarity, The Machinery will confirm after the meeting the connections made either as an administrator of the Machinery, as a contributor to working committees or via other implications to be imagined!
To submit your application, you can fill out this form and share any material that will help us get to know you better (CV, letter, video, website, etc.). We will then invite you to a public meeting where we will present the results of our activities and the challenges to come. A round table discussion will follow to get to know you, your motivations and your contribution to the Machinery.
Arts professionals base their practice on listening to others, being agile and adapting to changing conditions. These qualities position them as essential links to implement the much-needed changes in our sector of activity, the arts and culture.
In this sense, the Machinery believes that inclusiveness and decolonization of management practices are becoming essential. The Machinery wants to question itself by revising its approaches and by humbly participating in the reflection.
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