We have a programme of family friendly art workshops planned and informal learning in the galleries. We would love you to bring;
- An interest and passion in the gallery and a desire to share this with others
- Active engagement with our exhibition programme and all our visitors
- The enjoyment of meeting and chatting to people from all cultural backgrounds
- The willingness to build a dedicated team by being able to commit to
at least one 4 hour session per week
- Ideally we would ask for 6 months minimum involvement
In this volunteer role we would ask you to;
- Assist in delivering an informal learning programme,
- Assist with family-friendly art workshops,
- Help out with family fun in holidays etc.
- Help create learning resources based on the exhibitions and collections
e.g. children’s activity leaflet, develop handling collection.
- Assist with record keeping, e.g. number of participants, and audience data.
- Assist with research into the collection in order to produce learning resources to interpret art works.
- Encourage participation and enhance the experience of all visitors
- There will also be opportunities to blog, photograph and update our social media networks
Why get involved?
So many reasons to consider this voluneer role. You will receive;
- On-the-job training from the Learning Officer, Arts Participation Officer, Front of House staff and Art Team
- Knowledge about key works at the gallery and content of exhibitions
- Becoming part of the Hatton Gallery’s valued network of volunteers
- Receiving invitations to private views and special events
- Develop blogging skills and social media techniques
*Please note: we are happy to cover any volunteer transport costs involved with this role.
How to get involved?
We expect this to be a highly sought after role so,
1. Log in or sign up to Volunteer for TWAM.
2. Accept this challenge.
3. Await a response from our team.
- Teaching and Training
- Working with Museum Collections
- Social Media
- Working with Children (under 5's)
- Working with Children (6 - 15)
- Working with Young People (16 - 25)
- Arts and crafts
- Working as part of a team
- Learning and Education
- Meeting new people
- Fine Art
- Arts and crafts
- Contemporary Art
- Working with the public