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Exhibition Guides act as key members of the Interpretive Team at the Art Gallery of Alberta. Reporting to the Interpretive Programs Manager through AGA Interpretive Staff, Exhibition Guides are volunteers who offer informal, conversation-based interpretive opportunities in the Gallery spaces. This is a unique position that helps engage visitors when there is higher traffic in the Gallery. Responsible for communicating both key interpretive messages and in-depth knowledge about exhibitions and works of art, Exhibition Guides must be both engaging and thoughtful as they animate the artwork on display. Exhibition Guides are generally scheduled on weekends and during Servus Community Access Night.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Applicants to the Exhibition Guide Program must meet the following criteria:
All Exhibition Guides must be available for all of the following commitments:
Volunteers interested in applying to the Exhibition Guide Program are encouraged to submit a CV and statement of intent to email@example.com. Applicants who meet the qualifications mentioned above will be contacted for an interview. All Exhibition Guides are subject to a probationary period of 3 months.