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Volunteers are an integral part of W3 Gallery. We really appreciate how much support we receive from the volunteers. At the moment we are running low on volunteers and really need some more in order to ensure that the gallery stays open as usual.
GALLERY SITTERS WANTED
We are looking for people to cover sessions at the W3 gallery. Duties of the part-time gallery assistant would involve gallery sitting, welcoming visitors, sales and dealing with enquiries about current and upcoming exhibitions, volunteering opportunities or from interested artists. Thisvolunteer position is an important 'face of the gallery' position and ensures the continuity of the gallery opening times.
ART TECHNICIANS WANTED
We are also looking for volunteer technicians who could help at the gallery when we install or deinstall exhibitions. The practical skillsneeded would suit someone who would like to get an insight into gallery operations. We are currently on our 26th exhibition since opening in September 2012, so this role is important to the smooth and swift change over between exhibitions.
Located in the heart of Acton the W3 Gallery celebrates the artistic diversity of our community. Managed by the Acton Arts Forum and supported by Acton Community Forum, the opening of the gallery in September 2012 brought to light an arena of talented artists coupled with support from the gallery volunteers. The gallery is open between 11am- 7pm on Tuesdays-Saturdays and from 12pm-6pm on Sundays.
The South Acton Public Art initiative has been running since early 2013. In this short time, it has managed to transform South Acton and has been well received by local residents. We are pleased to see that the project and the artists involved are gaining recognition and national coverage: read this article in the Guardian.
This exhibition draws its inspiration from International Women’s Day. The exhibition brings together the work of seventeen artists and an arts collective who responded to the brief of Inspiring Change and interpretations of the experience of women.