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Art exhibition support volunteer (one-off opportunity) - Canberra
Role no: 494620
Availability: Business hours, Evenings
Time involved: 1 - 4 hours per week
- Support role, minimum one 2 hour commitment.
- Afternoon/evening of 12 November and business hours and late afternoon 13 and 14 November.
The Schools Reconciliation Challenge is an annual art and writing competition held by the NSW Reconciliation Council for students in years 5-9. This year has been the first year that ACT schools and students have been invited to participate. Award recipients’ art and writing will be exhibited across NSW and in ACT. The purpose of the exhibition is to extend the learning and inspiration of our young people to the greater community as means to continue the Reconciliation conversation.
This role is for everyone with an interest in art, Aboriginal and Torres Strait history or culture and everyone who wants to support Reconciliation.
The ideal volunteer would be able to engage with people, familiarise themselves with basic information about the competition provided and the exhibition lay-out.
Volunteers will receive visitors to the exhibition, provide basic information and direction regarding the exhibition.
As a volunteer at this event you will be part of the Reconciliation conversation. You will access the wonderful creativity of our youth, share in their learning and make new friends.
This is also an opportunity to learn more about Red Cross, the World’s largest humanitarian network and access other opportunities.
For more information, please see the volunteer role description Volunteer Role Description_event SRC.pdf or contact Elizabeth van Wyk on 02 6234 7677 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.
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