Volunteer Open Evening - VISUAL

VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art &
The George Bernard Shaw Theatre

Volunteer Open Evening

Find out more about volunteering at VISUAL. All welcome!

Tuesday 2 November 2021 | 7pm - 8pm

Interested in volunteering with VISUAL? Volunteered in the past and eager to come back?

Come along to our open evening on Tuesday 2 November from 7pm-8pm to find out more about volunteering at VISUAL. Meet the staff and other volunteers over tea and coffee.

All welcome!

Who are we looking for?

Are you a warm, welcoming and enthusiastic person?

Do you have an interest in contemporary arts and theatre?

Do you enjoy talking with people and inspiring creative education?

Are you available for a minimum of 2-4 hours per week?

Then we'd love to meet you!

What does a VISUAL Volunteer do?

Volunteers at VISUAL assist in delivering a warm welcome to all visitors both to the galleries and theatre. Volunteers help with learning activities in the gallery and exhibition halls and any general operations required.

Training and support are provided to all our volunteers so previous experience is not essential. We just ask for a willingness and the ability to commit your time to VISUAL for a minimum of 4 hours per week.

A Garda vetting check may be required.

What VISUAL can offer you

Be involved in one of Ireland’s leading contemporary art spaces.

Help benefit the local community.

Meet a diverse group of people with interesting backgrounds.

Meet both ‘up and coming’ and established artists.

Gain experience in exhibition installations and other aspects of gallery operations.

See many of our exhibitions before the general public.

Volunteers receive complimentary tickets for you and one guest for selected shows.

VISUAL is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applicants without regard to age, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation.

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