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Volunteer program - David Thomas: Colouring Impermanence

Volunteer at RMIT Design Hub as part of upcoming exhibition David Thomas: Colouring Impermanence. Volunteers play an important role at Design Hub; they are the public face of our building and assist with the day-to-day running of our public spaces. Volunteers at Design Hub will gain valuable skills, develop new networks and gain new knowledge into a broad range of design fields.


+ Read more about the public program 'micro-course'


VOLUNTEER RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist with the delivery of the public program 'micro-course'
  • Greet visitors and provide directions
  • Provide visitors with information about the Design Hub and specific exhibitions and programs
  • Assist with building and exhibition tours
  • Gallery sitting and security
  • Maintenance of the presentation of public spaces
  • General event operations support (some out of hours)
  • Administrative duties as required


TIME REQUIREMENTS

This program requires availability of one three-hour shift per week, 11am - 2pm / 1 - 4pm on Wednesdays for the duration of the exhibition, Friday 28 July - Saturday 23 September.


BENEFITS

  • Skills development
  • Network development
  • Written references where appropriate
  • Design knowledge growth
  • Invitations to openings and special events

To apply, please complete the Volunteer Registration Form and email your resume by COB Monday 31 July to RMIT Design Hub Exhibition Assistants:

Choë Powell
chloe.powell@rmit.edu.au

Layla Cluer
layla.cluer@rmit.edu.au

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