The Ben Uri Gallery and Art Museum is a charity. We make no money from the collection or the work we do including the range of learning, art and well being programmes which extend the reach of our work.
The Out of Chaos exhibition and this website has only been made possible by a very generous donation from the Heritage Lottery Fund to celebrate our centenary and to share our work which is normally in storage, and our stories, far and wide.
We’re relying on your generous support to continue our work. Our mission is to secure a central London gallery so we can display a world-class collection and share our work even further. Find out more in our blog ‘Shaping the Future from the Past’.
Support us today
We’re looking for volunteers to help support the Out of Chaos exhibition. Based at the Inigo Rooms, Somerset House East Wing, King’s College, the Volunteer Visitor Host role involves supporting the Duty Managers in the daily running of the exhibition space. Situated within the exhibition space you will play a key role in ensuring the messages of the exhibition are understood by all our visitors, by providing a knowledgeable and enthusiastic welcome.
We need Volunteers from 11:50 to 6pm Monday to Sunday, as well as 6pm to 8:30pm on Thursdays. Ideally you will be able to volunteer the equivalent of 1 day per week during the period July – December 2015.
In return for your time you will have the opportunity to gain new skills and experience and be part of the Ben Uri team during an exciting period in our history. We can offer reimbursement for travel within London and lunch expenses to the value of £10 per day.
Please email your CV and a short covering letter explaining why you are interested in this opportunity to David Spencer, Exhibition Duty Manager: