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Art Coordinator Volunteer

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ORGANIZATION: The Brain Tumour Charity

  • 3 people are interested

Our event
Time is an art exhibition which encapsulates the experience and journey of the brain tumour community. The exhibition will be a mix of both works submitted by our community and well-known artists that follows the theme 'Time’. The Exhibition will be held at the prestigious Business Design Centre in Central London between 2nd-16th April 2023.

How can you help?
We are looking for a volunteer with a passion for the arts to support us in these areas:

  • Coordinating, cataloguing and photographing art submissions prior to the event.
  • Support on the set up day which will involved unpacking and coordinating the art at the Business Design Centre and setting up our reception and shop area.
  • Support throughout the exhibition which will include liaising with visitors, guiding them through the gallery and supporting the team with donations, ticketing and sales.
What impact will you have?
You will be supporting the Events Team maximising the delivery of the event as well as providing the artists and visitors a high quality supporter experience.

We’re looking for... individuals that are:
  • Passionate about the arts, hands-on and enthusiastic
  • Happy to 'muck-in’ and help across a range of tasks where needed
  • Friendly and approachable for advising visitors on what to see
  • Interest in leading art tours of small groups (not essential)
  • Basic awareness of current affairs of the art world
  • Organised and committed - you don’t need to be available for the entire week but be committed to the availability agreed
We particularly encourage applications from those who are significantly underrepresented in our sector, including individuals from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities.

What can you gain from volunteering?
  • This is an exciting event where you will experience the beautiful art submitted by our community and from well known artists, gaining first-hand experience from our professional art curator.
  • An opportunity to gain invaluable work experience for your CV, make connections with industry professionals and build your knowledge and skills in art coordination, curation and exhibiting.
  • You’ll join a friendly, passionate team and develop an understanding of how this team at The Charity operates.
Time commitment
A minimum of a day a week in the office prior to the event to support us in receiving, cataloguing and photographing the work. The event is running between 2nd-16th April 2023 and we will need support to set up the exhibit then the running of both the daily openings and support at our mini evening events, which will be for VIP’s and paid for tickets. You will not be expected to be at the event all week.

Practical considerations
You will receive training for the role and ongoing direction from one of the team, who will be your key contact. Volunteers will be required to complete internal data protection documentation before commencing the role. Volunteers must be over 18. We encourage volunteers to claim for any reasonable expenses that are incurred in the course of their volunteering with the Charity. Find out more in our expenses policy.

Need support with the application process?
We are committed to being inclusive and recognise that there may be a number of ways we could support you through the application process. If there’s any adjustments we can make to help you fully engage in the process, don’t hesitate to let us know by getting in touch with the Volunteering Team on the following details: 01252 237818

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About The Brain Tumour Charity


27 Rye Close, Fleet, Hampshire GU51 2UH, GB

Mission Statement

The Brain Tumour Charity is the world's leading brain tumour charity and the largest dedicated funder of research into brain tumours globally. Committed to saving and improving lives, we're moving further, faster to help every single person affected by a brain tumour. We're set on finding new treatments, offering the highest level of support and driving urgent change. And we're doing it right now. Because we understand that when you, or someone you love, is diagnosed with a brain tumour - a cure really can't wait.


Our goals

  • Double survival by 2025
  • Halve the harm that brain tumours have on quality of life by 2020
Our values

Our values underpin our culture, the way we do things and what we believe in. We are pioneering, passionate, collaborative and smart.


Health & Medicine
Health & Medicine


Sun Apr 02, 2023 - Sun Apr 16, 2023


LondonLondon, United Kingdom



  • Event Management
  • Visual Arts
  • Exhibition Arts
  • Arts Administration




  • Must be at least 18
  • Flexible.

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