The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia’s Volunteer Program offers those wishing to develop their skills and pursue an interest in contemporary art the opportunity to provide valuable support to Museum staff.
As a volunteer, you have the opportunity to learn more about the MCA and to be part of a large friendly team.
If you are interested in volunteering with our Learning team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Share the story of contemporary art
Got a passion for contemporary art? Feel comfortable talking about art and encouraging others to discuss it? Join the MCA as a volunteer guide and tour visitors through our exhibitions.
Our volunteer program enables you to develop an insider knowledge of how galleries work and pursue your interest in contemporary art, as well as help the MCA.
Volunteers learn more about the MCA, are part of a large friendly team, and provide valuable support to staff and our visitors.
We’re looking for committed people who can do independent research and contribute to a large, friendly team. We’ll offer you mentoring, access to curator-led tours and artist talks, and a range of discounts.
Applications close Monday 24 April 2017.
Download an application form below or for more information email: email@example.com
There are currently no vacancies within the Library Volunteer team.
The MCA accepts applications on an ongoing basis for future recruitment.
All successful applicants must have a current Working with Children Check or be willing to apply for a Working with Children Check on commencement of role
If you are interested in contributing to the MCA Library and creative learning experience at the Museum, please consider joining as a Library Volunteer.
Open to scholars, art students, artists and visitors, the MCA Library provides access to a unique collection of books, catalogues and art journals which reflect the rich exhibition history of the MCA and material related to current exhibitions. This includes contemporary Australian and international artists.
Our library staff offer support in the navigation of this information through reference interviews and search tips.
Orientation sessions and in-depth reference interviews are available to visitors by appointment.
The Library’s rich archives include a large collection of MCA exhibition catalogues stretching back to 1991, as well as over 6,000 files of artist-related ephemera, such as letters, rare catalogues, exhibition notes and exhibition invitations.
Successful applicants will take part in a competitive selection process. The responsibilities include:
Successful applicants will have:
There is no financial reimbursement for these roles.
The MCA is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity.