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Volunteering at CCP

Volunteers play an integral role in the everyday running of CCP, as well as providing vital support to public programs and events. They bring interest, experience and skills to the day-to-day activities of CCP, and in turn learn new skills and develop opportunities and networks.

CCP offers various options for volunteering, which include Casual and Event Volunteers, Front of House Volunteers, and Installation/De-installation Volunteers.

Casual and Event Volunteers are essential for the running of public programs and events, and is suited to those with an interest in event management. CCP welcomes volunteers who only have casual availability/interest, but may also recruit more regular volunteers from the pool of Casual and Event Volunteers.

Front of House Volunteers provide essential customer service to gallery visitors and undertake regular shifts once per week throughout the exhibition program calendar. Front of House Volunteers have a more involved role within CCP and are required to attend regular training sessions. The Front of House positions are suited to those with an interest in administration, customer service and management.

Installation/De-installation Volunteers assist artists, curators, external contractors and CCP staff in the de/installation of exhibitions in the gallery by undertaking physical work and providing administrational support from time to time. This position is suited to those with an interest in the physical realisation of exhibitions. CCP greatly appreciates the help of volunteers with installation and artwork handling experience, but also encourages assistance from volunteers who wish to gain experience in installation.

Detailed descriptions for all volunteer positions can be downloaded below.
Casual and Event Volunteer Position Description
Front of House Volunteer Position Description
Installation/De-installation Volunteer Position Description

Volunteers are managed by Front of House Manager, Michelle Mountain. CCP strives to match volunteers with tasks and roles which best suit their abilities and interests, and therefore encourages volunteers to inform the Front of House Manager of the particular areas in which they want to volunteer.

To become a CCP volunteer, please complete the online registration form.

CCP Volunteer applications are accepted throughout the year and remain active in the database for two years. CCP regrets that there may not be opportunities for all applicants.

CCP Volunteers

Sue Neal, Eloise Barbagallo, Kylie Chan, Karina Kusdinar, Grace Slonim, Ellenie Zahariou, Teresa Noble, Vanessa King, James Dear, Fiona Shewan, Melissa Edwards, Rita McNeill, Claire Hicks, Kimberly Summer, Leah Anderson, Brigid Reid, Ruth Clifford, Brooke Daly, James Whiting, Lili Birchall, Jacqueline Hanlin, Ashlee Hope, Wil Polson, Maureen Flannery, Alice Hutchison, Adelina Onicas, Alison Postma, Mia Trnka, Jesse Corcoran, Rebecca Edwards, Stephanie Kirkbright, Shasha Gan, Jasmine Moston, Kati Javan, Sinead Kennedy, Laura Harding, Alicia Stewart, Jessica Mumby-Price, Amelia King, Jo Persson, Kira Doutt, Valentina Arango, Erin Wallace, Kate Golding, Jennifer Segrave, Felix Wilson, Elizabeth Hughes, Amelia Stewart, Nik Lee, Robyn Daly, Rebecca Capp, Sophie Prince, Madelyn Pickersgill, Ellen Rafferty, Rahela Marijanovic, Emma Mackenzie, Matthew Lindsay, Alisha Abate, Tess Saunders, Gina Marie Cawley, Therese Jenkins, Calum Alexander, Asta Cameron, Jennifer Dean, Karina Miriklis, Kate Sheffield, Alice Deane, Hanann Al Daqqa, Andrew Power, Tegan Mays, Ari Hunter, Poppy Saxton, Monique Snepvangers, Emma McEvoy, Charlotte Hickmott, Jasmine Pickup, Pauline Leveque, Brooke Morison, Brigid Green, Ella Palij, Eloise Sim, Adam Hammad, Agata Krajewska.

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