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London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA) is seeking new Board members.

Who We Are
Established in 2012, LOMAA is an emerging, enthusiastic and devoted non-profit artist-run collective that fosters collaboration, investigation and innovation by tapping into the talent and serving the needs of media artists in the London region. We help to support and program creative partnerships between filmmakers, photographers, sound artists, musicians, engineers, and scientists amongst others. Our membership is open to the public to allow these types of partnerships to take shape and grow.

Mission
London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA) is a non-profit, artist-run collective that fosters collaboration, exploration and innovation among media arts practitioners and patrons. LOMAA builds the region’s media arts community by offering accessible and diverse programming.

Qualifications for Board Members:
-Be familiar with LOMAA programming
-Practicing creative individual with a passion for media arts or enthusiastic supporter of creative industries and partnerships
-Willingness to serve a 2-year term commencing June 2018 (Board members are expected to attend monthly Board meetings and assist in the planning, promotion and delivering of LOMAA programming)
-Support the mission of LOMAA and artists according to the CARFAC schedule
-Be accountable and committed to our members, funders, community and supporters
-In addition, please have previous and proven experience in at least one of these areas:
-Community involvement
-Fundraising
-Grant writing
-Balancing budgets
-Social media guru
-Event Photography
-Strategic Planning
-Leadership skills
-Involvement with the not-for-profit sector
Collaboration
-Film projection, sound tech

Interested parties should email lomaamail@gmail.com by April 21, 2018 with Call for Board Members in the subject line. Please include a cover letter detailing your interest in LOMAA and how you will contribute to the artist-run collective and Board. In addition, please attach a brief CV (maximum 2 pages) highlighting your experiences as related to the qualifications for Board members.

We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.