Why Become Involved
Volunteering with the SCA provides the opportunity to network with fellow dedicated SCA member artists with similar background and interests. Join a great team!!
How can you be involved?
Volunteering on SCA committees and assisting with local SCA events and exhibitions, providing workshops and demos.
Attending invited workshops and annual social activities (Winter Holiday party, Annual General Meeting)
Serving on the SCA management team. Call for nominations for SCA Board of Directors positions are being accepted until April 30, 2023. If you are interested in serving on the management team please contact Manny Schulz at firstname.lastname@example.org
what are the managment roles
The following are the various roles it takes to run the Society of Canadian Artists. We are always looking for volunteers to provide new ideas and vision.
President – Director & Officer
Vice President – Director, & Officer
Treasurer – Director & Officer
Secretary – Director & Officer
Past President – ex-officio Officer
Membership Chair – Director
New Member Liaison – Director
Exhibitions Chair – Director
Publicity Chair – Director
Website Chair – Director
Communications Chair – Director
Newsletter Chair – Director *
Fundraising & Sponsorship Chair – Director *
Social Media Chair
Elected Membership Jury Chair
Office & Secretarial Support/
Exhibitions Intake/Set-up and Take-down Support
* May not always be filled as a Director role.
How much time do you have to Commit?
Being a national organization means we have to be innovative about how and when the Management team meets. Currently we hold meetings via online conferencing applications every other month. We also communicate when needed via email.
Each role has different time commitments attached to it. Some are more involved than others and some are only required at certain times of the year.
Are there any openings?
We are looking to fill the following positions
Exhibition Submissions Coordinator
- Create the Call for Entry for show exhibitions and call for Elected Members
2. Set up Entry Thingy which is our online jurying system
3. Coordinate with jurours providing tool and requirements for jurying process
4. Communicate jury results and artist responsibilities in Entry Thingy
5. Provide website chair with exhibition information and images
6. Coordinate with Exhibition Director and Website Director
Supporting the Website Director with adminstrative duties which include:
- Updating member information on the website. Providing passwords, and helping members access their profiles.
- Help new and existing elected members set and update their website profiles, sometimes editing their images
- Help update Obituaries, special events, promotions
- Answers members’ inquiries as they arise