Seeking a Digital Artist for interative art project

The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO), Animikii Indigenous Technology, and Know History are looking for a Digital Artist and MNO citizen to work on an interactive digital art piece. The work will involve the creation of 6-8 icons, drawing from or inspired by Métis artistic traditions, for inclusion in an interconnected web design.

Key responsibilities will include the creation of digital artwork that is web-display compatible. The ideal candidate has experience creating digital artwork drawn from Métis artistic traditions and can work collaboratively and independently. The final product will be in Adobe Illustrator or EPS format.

Position Details

  • Hours: Flexible, project-dependent
  • Location: Remote
  • Compensation: $2,500 (honourarium)
  • Travel required: None
  • Work to be completed by December 23, 2022

Essential Skills and Experience

  • Creating digital art, especially that which engages with the Métis artistic traditions
  • Graphic design, specifically web-based graphic design, is an asset

How to Apply

If interested in this role, please send your resume and a work sample to Emily Keyes at by Friday, November 4.

Digital art samples should be supplied in JPEG format, with a minimum size of 2,500 pixels on the shortest edge. If submitting art such as beadwork, sculptures, carvings, or fibre artwork, please send a well-lit photograph.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for further review will be contacted.