Found 5 Arts & Culture volunteering opportunities in Darwin City

  1. Musicians - become a music mentor to transform the lives of young people at risk

    Music can heal, uplift and even transform lives but the people who need it most often have the least access to it. That is where A Sound Life comes in - we do all the legwork to make it easy for you to simply turn up and perform your music either live over Zoom or directly to patients by their bedside in hospitals. Our next Musician Training Day is happening on Sunday, July 28 from 10am-3pm at Together2, Rozelle in Sydney and via Zoom.

    Id:213138
    Arts & Culture
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Darwin NT, Fannie Bay NT, Karama NT, Nightcliff NT, Rapid Creek NT, Stuart Park NT, Parap NT
  2. Artist for illustrating DnD/TTRPG kickstarter campaign documentation

    We seek an artist for a project to illustrate a new TT-RPG game we are developing. We seek someone who can make artwork to our specifications in the style of: Eddie Mendoza Vladimir Matyukhin Sergii Golotovskiy This will be for characters and environments.

    Id:214911
    Arts & Culture
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Anywhere
  3. Colonial Secretary's Correspondence transcription

    State Library of Queensland has digitised the Colonial Secretary's letters relating to Moreton Bay and Queensland 1822-1860 from a microfilm collection. State Library invites volunteers to improve the accuracy of transcripts from this collection.

    Id:194884
    Arts & Culture
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Anywhere
  4. Marketing Co-ordination Advisor - Virtual (NSW residents only) - #213863

    The Embroiderers’ Guild is seeking the assistance of an experienced marketing professional who can guide and assist our organization to put together a marketing strategy.

    Id:213863
    Arts & Culture
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Anywhere
  5. Experienced Radio Volunteers - Vision Australia Radio DARWIN

    Vision Australia Radio DARWIN (VA Radio on DAB+ and online) are looking for volunteers in the Greater Darwin area to produce and present radio programs and audio content remotely with an emphasis on local issues and matters of interest to the Darwin community. Broadcast experience, an understanding of community radio, a strong knowledge of the local region and ability to research and record from home or a similar suitable location are required. Training, tech support and mentoring provided.

    Id:213125
    Arts & Culture
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Anywhere