We are always on the lookout for passionate volunteers from the community to assist with welcoming visitors to our arts destination. Volunteers will be invited to share the stories of the artworks on display and act as ambassadors for the gallery and its programs.
No previous gallery experience is required, just a love of art and culture and a willingness to be part of the rich and diverse history of creativity in the local area.
Volunteers will undertake a thorough training program and will have regular opportunities to attend exhibition walkthroughs and hear directly from exhibiting artists and curators.
If you are interested in a volunteer position please complete the Volunteer Form
There are a number of volunteering positions available at Woollahra Council, please check out current opportunites here.
Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf builds its exhibition program around an annual call for expressions of interest from artists. These exhibition opportunities are open to all Australian artists across all mediums with a focus on celebrating local art and culture.
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Artist in Residence
The Woollahra Artist in Residence Program has supported thirty-one artist residencies between 2013 and 2019. A new look residency program is part of the Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf’s Cultural Hub. The Program provides a non-residential studio for 12 weeks at a time for artists to work in with one artist in residence at any given time. In return for use of the studio space, resident artists will devise and deliver community projects that will require the active participation of Woollahra residents. Resident artists will also grant studio access to visitors. During the residency, the artist is also encouraged to pursue their own work.
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Public Art Program
Woollahra Council’s commitment to public art is expressed through a range of different public art opportunities that preserve, emphasise, enhance and expand on the distinctive local identity.
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