Aboriginal Curatorial Collective Membership Agreement: I understand that membership in the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective / Collectif des commissaires autochtones (ACC/CCA) is open to emerging, mid-career, and established Indigenous curators and arts professionals. Indigenous is hereby defined as First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples of Canada as recognized in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and international Indigenous peoples as defined in the ACC/CCA bylaws. The ACC/CCA supports, promotes and advocates on behalf of the work of Indigenous art and cultural curators and associated Indigenous cultural workers in Canada and internationally. By applying for membership in the ACC/CCA, I agree to the following:
1. To actively participate, providing funding and availability permitting, in periodic meetings, conferences, round tables and other activities that help to achieve the objects of the ACC/CCA
2. To follow all established ACC/CCA bylaws, policies and guidelines while participating as an ACC/CCA member in events, programming and activities;
3. To respect other ACC/CCA member’s ideas and proposals and to offer my own ideas and proposals while participating and working on meetings, conferences, round tables and projects with the ACC/CCA;
4. To be courteous and respectful to all members of the ACC/CCA including invited guests and observers; and
5. To conduct myself in a professional manner while participating and attending ACC/CCA activities.