GemArts Masala Festival
What is Masala Festival?
An annual weeklong festival celebrating a mix and blend of the finest South Asian Arts and Culture, returns in July 2017. Packed full of events, workshops, classes, pop ups and demonstrations. For more information visit www.gemarts.org
Who can volunteer?
You don’t need any specialist art skills, we are looking for volunteers who are enthusiastic about the arts, who can help make this year’s GemArts Masala Festival a huge success and will be free to dedicate a day to helping us with an event.
Volunteers need to be over 18 years old, and comfortable with being outdoors for a full day.
We expect events to be busy so volunteers also need to be comfortable with crowds.
What sort of tasks will volunteers be asked to do?
We are looking for people interested in helping with the following areas;
· Artist Liaison
· Workshop / Performance Stewards
· Indoor / Outdoor Activity Stewards
· Video Assistants / Photography
When do we need volunteers?
We need a large number of volunteers to help on Sunday 23rd July at our finale Mini Mela family event and on Newcastle Quayside.
The event starts at 11am but we need volunteers on site from 9am for briefing and to help set up.
There may be other events within the week which require volunteering so do please get in touch, even if you cannot make the above date.
Any other information;
Volunteers will not be paid but GemArts will reimburse public transport travel (receipts/tickets required) and provide a light lunch.
Volunteers will be based at Live Theatre on Newcastle Quayside, NE1 3DQ and potentially offsite along Newcastle Quayside tbc.
If interested and you want to find out more please contact Sinéad or Alex at 0191 440 4125 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will share more information
GemArts is an Arts Award Centre and can support schools in Artsmark.