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summer art

the following is a blog post written by Mahri White Mahri White installing 100.5 Arthur This summer I was hired by Artspace (aka, Eric), to “mark up” the building as their Special Projects Associate. I was to make art for the space- the artspace!  I tasked myself with two projects over the course of this […]

Hiring New Staff Part 3: Budgeting for your New Hire

Our Program Manager,  Cheryl Miki, details the process of payroll deductions in their final post in a three-part series exploring the hiring of new staff . For part 1, click here How do you Pay Them?, and for part 2, click here About Payroll. Hiring New Staff Part 3:Budgeting for your New Hire Working in […]

Hiring New Staff Part 2:About Payroll Deductions

Our Program Manager,  Cheryl Miki, details the process of payroll deductions in their second post in a three-part series exploring the hiring of new staff . For part 1, click here How do you Pay Them? Hiring New Staff Part 2:About Payroll Deductions Be aware that you need to remit the CPP, EI and taxes […]

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RÉFLEXIONS SUITE À UNE RÉSIDENCE D’ARTISTE DANS UNE ÉCOLE  D’ART D’ÉLITE À MONTRÉAL

Pourquoi entamer une résidence artistique? Pour plusieurs, c’est en raison d’un projet concret à développer, car une résidence d’artiste offre un lieu, une période de temps et des ressources pour voir à l’aboutissement de ce projet. Mais, faut-il toujours avoir un projet concret en chantier pour entamer une résidence d’artiste? Ou suffit-il d’être dévoué envers […]

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Artspace is hiring a Special Projects Associate (summer 2019)

Job description: The Special Projects Associate (SPA) will come up with and execute an artistic project of their own creation in order to boost the artistic nature of the building. The SPA will be expected to pitch the project to the Executive Director and be able to deliver it within the hours allotted, combined with […]

Hiring New Staff Part 1: How do you Pay Them?

Our Program Manager,  Cheryl Miki, details the process of paying new staff in this first post in a three-part series exploring the hiring of new staff . Hiring New Staff Part 1: How do you Pay Them? So you’ve decided to hire someone. Yay, new blood for the organization! In the non-profit community, where small […]

How to Read Financial Statements Part 3: The Balance Sheet

Cheryl Miki returns to close out her 3 part series exploring financial statements. You may access part 1 and 2 below. How to Read Financial Statements Part 1: Basic Profit and Loss How to Read Financial Statements Part 2: Complex Profit and Loss How to Read Financial Statements (Part 3 – Balance Sheet) Oh balance […]

How to Read Financial Statements Part 2: Complex Profit and Loss

This blog post is part 2 in a 3 part series exploring financial statements. For part 1, click here https://art-space.ca/how-to-read-financial-statements-part-1-basic-profit-loss-2/. How to Read Financial Statements (Part 2 – Complex Profit & Loss) If you’re just joining us, we’re all sitting at board meeting going over the latest financial statements that were just handed out by […]

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Fish, Rooftops and Alleyways: One Year at Artspace…

The following blog post is written by Dylan Jones, who is the administrative assistant at Artspace. You can find Dylan stocking the Little Library, guiding guests to the rooftop, or trying to load envelopes into the copier tray, poorly. Roughly, let’s say, a year ago, I typed a blog post, reflecting on my first few […]

How to Read Financial Statements Part 1: Basic Profit & Loss

This is the first blog post in a three part series exploring financial statements. Cheryl Miki is the program manager at Artspace and heads the Arts Management Program. So you’re at the board meeting of your favourite organization and the treasurer passes around a copy of the latest financial statements. Everyone gives them a respectable […]