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Here’s an arty opportunity

06 Mar 2014

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The Mission to Seafarers Victoria’s (MtSV) Maritime Porthole Gallery is seeking a new voluntary curator.

The gallery, located on Docklands Drive at Harbour Town, opened in August last year and features the work of artists who exhibit at the annual Mission to Seafarers Art Prize and Exhibition.

MtSV operations manager Bill Reid said the mission was seeking someone who could open the space from 10am until 4pm from Monday to Friday.

He said the role would ideally be suited to someone who ran a business from home as there was an office space at the gallery they would be welcome to use.

“Ideally it would be someone who is interested in art,” Mr Reid said.

Mr Reid said the mission was also interested in opening the space on weekends if it could find volunteers.

To find out more contact Mr Reid at the Mission to Seafarers on 9629 7083.

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