Volunteers enjoy working with students at the Campbell River Art Gallery. More volunteer docents are being sought this fall. Call 250-287-2261 for details.

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Docents are volunteer guides and educators who share their love of art and the Gallery experience

The Campbell River Art Gallery is searching for volunteers to serve as docents during the school year.

Docents are volunteer guides and educators who share their love of art and the Gallery experience with youth of all ages.

Join a dedicated group of volunteers in a highly rewarding experience and pass on your love of art to the next generation.

There are both leading and assisting positions available and all docents will receive teaching technique training as well as assistance from staff while they settle in to the position.

Docents will mostly work with children ages 5-12.

If you love art and working with children, this could be the volunteer position for you.

People interested in teaching as well as learning about new art techniques and materials will most enjoy this volunteer position.

Contact acting curator Shannon Proctor-McLeod at 250-287-2261 or curator@crartgallery.ca for details of to register.

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