Presented by the City of Sydney Historian, Curatorial and Archives departments, this once in a lifetime exhibition gives locals and visitors alike the chance to see historic items from Sydney Council’s diverse and unique collection.
The curatorial team are calling for volunteers with a love of history to assist. The role of the volunteers is to share their passion for Sydney’s history through greeting visitors, pointing out interesting things in the exhibition, answering questions, and ensuring that the original artefacts are respected by visitors.
The exhibition is in the Lower Town Hall and will run from Friday 27 October to Sunday 12 November, 11am to 4pm 7 days; late night Thursdays 4-7pm. A volunteer shift consists of three hours on the exhibition floor and volunteers are required to turn up 15 mins prior to their shift. There are two shifts a day, 11am-2pm and 1pm-4pm (Thursday evenings 4-7pm). Sunday 5 November requires a full day commitment with lunch provided.
No previous experience necessary, however it is critical that Volunteers attend a staff briefing at Town Hall House, where they will also receive a copy of the exhibition catalogue.
To register your interest, download the Volunteer Details Form here, or at the link below,
and return the completed form to the City of Sydney as soon as possible.
Contact Susan Kennedy at SKennedy@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au or on 02 9246 7611 for more information.