Volunteering Programme Launch

Volunteer Programme Re-launch (2019) image by Fiona Allen

Mansions of the Future is recruiting a new cohort of volunteers to support the delivery of our ambitious 2019-2020 arts and cultural programme. With creative professional development at its core, our volunteer programme will be tailored to individual needs and all volunteers will have exclusive access to a free master class programme led by industry professionals.

During the launch, guests will have the opportunity to find out more about Mansions of the Future, our building, our arts programme and the role of volunteers in supporting the delivery of different aspects of our work. There will also be a talk led by Susuana Amoah, Programmes Executive at the social justice charity: Arts Emergency.

There is no set pathway to becoming a volunteer – everyone’s journey is different. You might be looking to meet new people, develop your skills and CV, or are simply interested in participating in something new.

Bi monthly master class opportunities will include a programme of talks, workshops, lunches and cultural day trips. These sessions will explore a breadth of topics relevant to Lincoln’s cultural infrastructure and the wider context in our local communities such as: Equality, Diversity & Disability; Wellbeing Awareness; Confidence, Conversation & Self-Presenting – plus much more.

Free and open to all. Please contact info@mansionsofthefuture.org or 07494 344352 with any inquiries.

Arts Emergency is an award-winning charity that provides expert mentors, guidance and opportunities to support marginalised young people into higher education and creative careers. Founded by comedian Josie Long and activist Neil Griffiths in 2013, Arts Emergency helps young people without connections follow their passions and navigate their way into the creative and cultural sectors. Susuana is also a visual activist who is passionate about social justice, socially engaged art and decolonial education.  Previously, Susuana was the NUS National Women’s Officer and the Full-time Women’s Officer at the University of London Union.

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