Calgary Arts Development’s classified listing is a free service for Calgary’s arts community. All content for the classifieds is user-submitted. Calgary Arts Development makes no endorsement to any agency, organization, corporation or individual who submits listings. We trust our readers to use their own judgement when responding to ads. Calgary Arts Development believes that artists should be paid for their work. For job postings and open calls, please share salary ranges or payment. Please note that ads for jobs outside of Calgary and area may not be posted. Archived October 7, 2020 Anti-Racism Training for Magazine Media Professionals The deadline for this opportunity has passed. Part 1: October 27, 2020, 9:30am MDT, two hours Part 2: November 3, 2020, 9:30am MDT, two hours Member and Student Price: $40 per registrant Non-Member Price: $60 per registrant Images, words, and stories—who offers them, what do they mean and how do they portray Black, Indigenous, people of colour, and other equity-seeking groups? This two-part webinar lead by charles c. smith, executive director of Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario, offers insight into challenges publications face when reporting on and within BIPOC groups. We’ll look at who’s involved in decision-making, writing content, and developing images for Canadian publications. Using case studies and references to style guides, smith will provide useful insights to address BIPOC issues and support realistic portrayals of Canada today. charles c. smith—poet, playwright, and essayist—studied poetry and drama at New York University and Frank Silvera’s Writers’ Workshop in Harlem, has written and edited fourteen books, three collections of poetry, and won second prize for his play Last Days for the Desperate from Black Theatre Canada. smith’s poetry has appeared in numerous journals and magazines, including Poetry Canada Review, the Quill and Quire, Descant, Dandelion, Fiddlehead, and others. Smith is the executive director of Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario and artistic director of the wind in the leaves collective. His recent books include travelogue of the bereaved, The Dirty War: The Making of the Myth of Black Dangerousness, and whispers (2014) and destination out (2018). For more information and to register, visit albertamagazines.com. Log in information will be emailed to registrants the week prior to the webinar.