National Gallery of Canada – Director of Indigenous Affairs and Decolonization

 

The Director, Indigenous Affairs and Decolonization (the Director), will lead the Gallery in its journey to Centre Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Being by increasing the organization’s capacity to engage with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities in a positive and sustainable way.

The Director takes a lead role in the Gallery’s efforts to ensure the collections, exhibitions, education, and programs are respectful of, and accessible to, Indigenous communities and are influenced by Indigenous knowledge and practice. The Director, in concert with the Gallery Director and CEO, will aid in decolonizing practices at the Gallery and liaise with Indigenous communities, Provincial and Federal agencies, and key stakeholders and contributors to operationalize new projects in conjunction with the Gallery’s mandate.

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