Lorry Washers  by Irving Penn (1950).

Lorry Washers by Irving Penn (1950).

SPAO IS HIRING!

DIGITAL POST-PRODUCTION INSTRUCTOR FOR PART-TIME STUDIES:

SPAO is seeking post production instructor(s). We are looking for instructors who can teach the following classes: Photoshop, Lightroom, InDesign, and/or CaptureOne. Special consideration to those who can teach more than one of these classes.

Part-time studies programming takes place on evenings and weekends and pay ranges between $26-60 per hour based on enrolment.

SPAO is always looking for new class ideas and new instructors. Candidates are encouraged to contact part-time@spao.ca in order to present their skill-set and/or suggest their new class offering.

GENERAL FACILITIES ASSISTANT:

We are seeking a candidate to assist with general facility maintenance and operations. An ideal candidate will be organized, can handle occasional physically strenuous activity, comfortable in the use of tools and photographic equipment and can remain self-motivating when working independently.

This will be a 8 month contract commencing September, paying $15/hour.

Applicants must be willing to work evenings and weekends as well as occasional long hours.

VOLUNTEER BOARD MEMBER:

We are also seeking board members with specific skills. SPAO is interested in candidates with fundraising and/or human resource experience. An ideal candidate will be willing to act as board secretary and must be in full support of our vision and mission.


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Images by SPAO alumni L-R: Danni-Rae Mistaken Chief, Neeko Paluzzi, Hannah Evans, Barbara Brown

Images by SPAO alumni L-R: Danni-Rae Mistaken Chief, Neeko Paluzzi, Hannah Evans, Barbara Brown

THERE ARE STILL A FEW SPOTS LEFT for our FULL-TIME DIPLOMA PROGRAM starting fall 2019!

The Photographic Arts and Production program is the only two-year photographic arts diploma in Canada. This full-time program offers a unique opportunity for students to cultivate individual vision and craft, acquire comprehensive analogue and digital photography skills, and develop a broad understanding of photographic theory and history.

The only program of its kind in Canada, SPAO's Photographic Arts and Production offers students an intensive, community-oriented and collaborative learning experience. Educated and evaluated in large part through their performance, students develop and present portfolios and signature pieces and present these works in the school's exhibition spaces. Teaching and learning take place in a workshop environment designed to support the school’s motto: Vision, Content, Craft.