Volunteer Opportunity: #Manchester Museum’s “Climate Control exhibition.

Volunteers needed for new Climate Control exhibition at Manchester Museum. Please email museumvolunteers@manchester.ac.uk for more info

Volunteer Opportunity: Climate Control, Manchester Museum

This summer, Manchester Museum will be staging a series of exhibitions and events that explore the causes of climate change and, most importantly, what we can do about it. Central to this is Climate Control, a thought-provoking exhibition which will tell stories of snowflakes, Peppered Moths and the Arctic, opening on May 11.

We are looking for passionate volunteers who are knowledgeable and care about nature and the environment to encourage curiosity, creative thinking and change. We want to empower visitors to play a part in creating better future and making a difference through the experiences they have and the objects they encounter. As a volunteer, there will be opportunities to facilitate object handling sessions, take part in participatory programmes and lead daily Climate Exchange conversations.

Please email Kate Glynn for an application form and further informationKate.Glynn@manchester.ac.uk / 0161 275 2473

Closing date: 10 April  


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1 Response to Volunteer Opportunity: #Manchester Museum’s “Climate Control exhibition.

  1. Mike Koefman says:

    Many thanks to Climate Monthly yet again for so much info regarding the climate issue, and especially for this Museum volunteership notice. Maybe some useful outreach will come of it – the Museum seems to be taking carbon more seriously than out Council…
    Mike (with hat tipped to Marc, again)

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