“We love being active at the Kluge-Ruhe Collection because the art is ever-changing and there is no end to the fascinating stories connected with the artwork, or the history of the Aboriginal people.” Grace and Burt Zisk, Kluge-Ruhe Collection Docents
Becoming a volunteer at any museum is a tremendous learning opportunity, but at the Kluge-Ruhe Collection, it also becomes a way to give back to your local and international communities. Volunteering your time enables you to share your passion and enthusiasm for Aboriginal art, while knowing that you’re helping to enrich our community.
There’s a volunteering role for everyone at the Kluge-Ruhe Collection! While each role is different, there are some requirements that span all three opportunities:
A commitment to volunteer for at least one year
Attendance at one event during each artist residency
Volunteering at one Night at the Museum event per summer
At the same time, all volunteers enjoy these excellent rewards:
Invitations to eat dinner with each visiting artist
Opportunities to share your passion for Aboriginal art with others
Constant opportunities for lifelong learning
A free copy of Art From the Land: Dialogues with the Kluge-Ruhe Collection
A 15% discount in the gift shop
Interested community members or students are encouraged to begin this process by completing the form below.