Call for editors and contributors!

Lotusland Magazine is looking for organized, talented and dedicated individuals to join our team. We are a community-based culture magazine dedicated to bringing you the best in arts, both locally and beyond Vancouver. Besides our online magazine, we hold art events and release occasional print issues.

We’re looking to fill the following volunteer positions. To apply, send a resumé and writing sample to lotuslandmagazine@gmail.com by May 1st! Except for sponsorship and event coordinator positions, it is not necessary to be based in Vancouver.


Contributors

Regular contributors in at least one of the following subjects: film, music, visual art, and local features. If you have ideas for articles that don’t fit into any of these topics but you think belong on Lotusland, send us an email and we’ll chat!

Copy Editor

Proof-read articles and correct errors in grammar, spelling, usage and style.

Social Media Coordinator

Optimizing + regularly updating Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Music Editor

In charge of all music correspondence, events such as music festivals, reviews + music features. 

Film Editor

In charge of all film correspondence, events, reviews + features. 

Photo Editor

Coordinates photographers for events and shows. Preferably also a photographer but not required. Works with other editors making sure all articles have designated featured photos.

Photographers

Photographer to cover concerts, art shows and events.

Visual Arts Editor

In charge of all visual art correspondence, includes photography, art features, events + reviews.

Event Coordinator

Organize and facilitate events such as gallery shows and concerts.

Sponsorship Coordinator

Contact local businesses for adverts on the website and sponsorships for events.

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