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Hundred Heroines looking for volunteers

Organisers of a Gloucester photography exhibition at the end of the month are looking for volunteers.

Hundred Heroines takes place August 26-29 and is a long weekend of photography exhibitions, artist talks and screenings, along with an exciting programme of empowerment and creativity.

International stars will be zooming into Gloucester (literally and virtually), to join debates, discussions and a lively weekend of all things women in photography.

Volunteers are needed to help install the shows, act as guides during the festival and help out with general admin.

If you can spare a few hours, get in touch! In particular, organisers are looking for the following:

• AV/ tech people to make sure the tech runs smoothly

• Decorator to make exhibition spaces gorgeous

• Social media support to post throughout the festival (on site and remote)

• Help on the merch desk

• Guide festival goers

Organisers will provide full training and support. Each volunteer will receive a HH T-shirt and undying gratitude!

To volunteer, email hello@hundredheroines.org  with your contact details.

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