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volunteering

Opportunity: Interpretation Volunteers

We are seeking five enthusiastic volunteers to help Paintings in Hospitals provide outstanding interpretation for our artworks. The volunteers will help us to enable people to engage with the Paintings in Hospitals art collection and promote wellbeing, inspiration and empowerment for all in health and social care. The volunteers will research and write artwork labels that will be installed in care sites across the UK. We are seeking:

  • Three volunteers who can work from home
  • One volunteer who can work in our London office
  • One volunteer who is fluent in both Welsh and English

The Interpretation Volunteers can expect to gain the following:

  • Experience of researching specific artist histories and works
  • Experience of writing concise and engaging interpretation labels
  • Experience of working with a database and CRM system
  • An opportunity to learn more about the Paintings in Hospitals collection

If you are interested in these opportunities, download the relevant role profile and the application form below:

Role Profile (Home Based)

Role Profile (London Office Based)

Role Profile (Welsh Language)

Application Form

Completed application forms should be returned to opportunity@paintingsinhospitals.org.uk before 9:00am, Thursday 30 March 2017

 

Opportunity: Regional Volunteers (Birmingham)

We are seeking two enthusiastic volunteers to help Paintings in Hospitals provide an outstanding loan service that promotes health, wellbeing and empowerment for all.

The volunteers will to help look after the Paintings in Hospitals collection in Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. The Regional Volunteers will support the preparation and care of artworks before they go on loan to health and social care partners and deliver engagement activities (such as tours) to enhance the understanding of the collection. Regional Volunteers will also support the Regional Coordinator to develop partnerships with health and social care sites.

The Regional Volunteer can expect to gain the following:

  • Experience of working with an art collection
  • Experience of delivering tours and supporting engagement activities
  • Experience of working in a hospital setting
  • Basic training in museum handling and packing practice
  • An opportunity to learn more about the Paintings in Hospitals collection

If you are interested in this opportunity, please download the role profile and application form below:

Role Profile

Application Form

Completed application forms should be returned to opportunity@paintingsinhospitals.org.uk before 9:00am, Monday 27 March.