McIntosh Gallery

Volunteer

volunteers

 

McIntosh Gallery volunteer Rachel Sham. Photo by Geneviève Moreau

McIntosh Gallery has many different opportunities for volunteers to get involved, meet interesting people, and learn more about art and gallery practices. Volunteer positions can be tailored to fit your interest in visitor services, special events, archives or curatorial research.

To learn more about opportunities that are currently available, please contact:

Mitra Shreeram
Communications & Outreach Coordinator
mshreera@uwo.ca

Or fill out our volunteer application and either drop it off at the front desk at the McIntosh Gallery OR email it to mshreera@uwo.ca

What our volunteers have to say...

"Working at the McIntosh Gallery is a wonderful experience, as I have learned new skills and meet interesting people! I plan to complete my MFA, and this opportunity connects me to other individuals within the contemporary art scene in London. Working in such a thought-provoking environment has had positive affects on my own work, and brings me much enjoyment. The staff at the McIntosh gallery is supportive, helpful, and will work to suit the schedule needs of others. Thank you McIntosh staff for this wonderful opportunity, I enjoy coming into the gallery every week very much!"

- Anonymous, Faculty of Arts & Humanities (Visual Arts)

"As a student with a lot of diverse interests I have always had a lot on the go. Volunteering at the McIntosh has given me the opportunity to get involved in the Western community while at the same time gaining valuable long-term work experience."

- Nicole Kipfer, Faculty of Arts & Humanities (Visual Arts & English)

Student Projects Committee

The McIntosh Gallery Student Projects Committee is a group of students that meet regularly to organize fun and creative programming at the gallery in order to engage the student body. 

For more information on the committee and upcoming events please email mshreera@uwo.ca.