Michael Snow
Clothed Woman (In Memory of my Father) 1963
oil and lucite on canvas
152 x 386.2 cm
Purchased 1966
National Gallery of Canada

Be a Volunteer




Volunteers Opportunities at the National Gallery of Canada

The National Gallery of Canada is currently seeking dynamic volunteers to deliver one-hour school tours to students in grades 1 to 6 at the Gallery, to deliver 30 – 60 minute presentations to students in grades 1 to 6 at local schools, and to facilitate 10-minute talks with visitors at the Gallery.

Current Volunteer Opportunities

We also have volunteers serving under Gallery staff supervision in various departments of the Gallery, including the Library and Archives. They also assist in special exhibitions and events, as well as regular volunteer programs.

Applying for a Volunteer Opportunity

Please email us with your resume or any other documentation you wish to provide to highlight specific talents or experience.

Phone: 613-990-0130

Fax: 613-998-9015

Email: volunteer@gallery.ca

Online: contact us form.

Why volunteer?

∙ Appreciate how visitors help you see art in new ways
∙ Share your passion for art
∙ Meet others with an interest in art
∙ Learn and apply current art education techniques
∙ Learn about key artworks in the Gallery’s collection

The Gallery has a limited number of projects that require volunteer work. However, we do keep applications for consideration up to 6 months. Be assured that we will contact you with any opportunity that suits your profile.

At any time, you may inquire with the Volunteer Office to find out about Volunteer Opportunities and send us your resume and application form.

Thank you for your interest in supporting the National Gallery of Canada.