Get Involved

Callforvolunteers.Gallery 1265 is currently recruiting for volunteers to join our 2018/19 team as Gallery Assistant and Exhibition Assistant positions. These are unpaid volunteer positions and are open to both undergraduates and graduates in any field of interests and studies. Positions are available from September to March duration with a minimum commitment of 1 shift a week. Volunteers will fully be inducted into the team as well as being offered training opportunities and most importantly meet new people!

Volunteer hours will count towards recognition on your co-curricular record (CCR), as a part of the ACM Engage! Program. For more information, click here.

Gallery Assistant volunteers will engage in the execution of events.

Key tasks for this position will include:

  • Responsible for opening and/or closing the gallery space.
  • Supervising the works of art.
  • Providing information on current/upcoming exhibitions to visitors
  • Oversee lost prevention and safety awareness inside the gallery.
  • Keep track of the people coming and leaving the gallery for record keeping.

Exhibition Assistant volunteers will be able to directly engage in the handling and installation of curated exhibitions under the supervision of the Exhibition Coordinator.

Key tasks for this position will include:

  • Support in installation/takedown of exhibitions.
  • Provide full support to the Exhibition Coordinator.
  • Supporting the opening or closing receptions for the events.

Special Events Assistant

Key tasks for this position will include:

  • Responsible for acting as an ambassador for the gallery in the campus community,
  • Helping out on “special” event days, such as: Fall Campus Day, and ACM Meet and Greet.

To apply, simply fill out this google form and attend one of the orientations.

Orientation Dates
Tuesday, October 30, 5-7 pm
Thursday, November 1, 5-7 pm

Orientations will cover roles and responsibilities and installation training.

Thank you for your interest,

The Gallery 1265 team.

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