Volunteer OpportunitiesVolunteer Opportunities
Exciting events are coming up and we would love to get you involved at the Richmond Art Gallery as a volunteer. Volunteering is a fun way to learn about art and the Gallery, meet new people and contribute to your community. Without volunteers like you, the Richmond Art Gallery would not be able to do what it does - you help make it all work!
Volunteering has much to offer:
- Make a difference in the lives of others
- Apply your skills and talents
- Come to know your community better, while contributing to its future
- Engage with others, while sharing your love for art and culture
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Seeking volunteers who enjoy working with children in the art studio. Work with students from ages 3 to 13 as part of the School Art Program. Assist the School Art Program Coordinator with setting up the art classroom with art materials, leading tours, and helping students with their art projects. Applicants must submit a Criminal Records Check for working with children as part of the application process.
Qualifications: Must have an interest in the visual arts and working with children. Shifts occur only during school hours, 9:00am-3:00pm on weekdays from September – June. Commitment: minimum 3 hour shift weekly, between 9:00am-3:00pm on weekdays 6-month commitment. To apply contact Melanie Devoy at 604-247-8316.
Seeking Volunteer to assist with a variety of administrative tasks in the office such as: photocopying, mail, stuffing packages, filing, archiving publicity materials and data entry.Qualifications: excellent English language communication skills and great
interpersonal skills. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
Time commitment: required to work between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm, on Wednesday or Friday for a 3 hours shift. To apply contact Paula at 604-247-8312.
Are you interested in contributing time and expertise to the Richmond Art Gallery? We are now accepting applications to join the Board of Directors and its committees. We require people interested in contributing their skills towards Fundraising, Volunteers, Community Relations and/or Membership. Time commitment varies depending on the Committee you become involved in, but requires a minimum of 4 hours per month. Previous experience with non-profits and the arts community is an asset. To apply to become a board member, please drop off an expression of interest with a resume to:
RAGA Board of Directors
180-7700 Minoru Gate
Richmond, BC, V6Y 1R9