HoMA 2024 Docent Program – Applications Open until July 5th


Honolulu Museum of Art

The Honolulu Museum of Art is recruiting a new docent class to start this fall! Applications will be accepted June 7 to July 5. 

If you love art and serving your community, consider becoming a volunteer docent. Our specially trained docents work with visitors in our galleries and courtyards to bring new dimensions to art experiences. 

Docent training will be held from Sept. 3 to Feb. 11 at the museum, mainly on Monday and Tuesday mornings with some exceptions. It will focus on preparing trainees to lead our See Art Make Art school tours as well as adult tours. See the attached job description in the application form for full list of training dates, as well as desired traits and qualifications. 

The museum aims to recruit 25 new docents to join its current team of almost 40 active volunteer educators. Accepted applicants will be notified by Aug. 12. 

If you are interested in becoming a docent, complete the application at myhoma.org/docentapplication by Fri., Jul. 5, at 5pm. Accepted applicants will be notified by Aug. 12. 

See the attached job description for details, or go to myhoma.org/newdocentprogram. 

For more information about the program, you can reach Gary Liu at gliu@honolulumuseum.org and Laurie Faure at lfaure@honolulumuseum.org. 

Honolulu Museum of Art


About the organizer

The Honolulu Museum of Art is a home for art and education that exists for the benefit of the entire community, presented in a setting that promotes beauty, harmony, learning, self-awareness, and connection.

With care, respect, and empathy we will:

  • Embrace an approach grounded in excellence, innovation, and sustainability to ensure that the museum will continue to serve and inspire our community for generations to come.
  • Prioritize inclusivity and accessibility as we strive to honor, celebrate, and reflect the diversity of Hawai‘i.

HoMA’s vision is to inspire and uplift our community through transformative art experiences that celebrate creativity, cultivate wonder, foster empathy, and enhance knowledge in order to deepen our connection with one another and the world we share.Inspire and uplift our community through transformative art experiences that celebrate creativity, cultivate wonder, foster empathy, and enhance knowledge in order to deepen our connection with one another and the world we share.

Fri 6/21/2024 12am-5pm

  • Ongoing Commitment
  • Schedule Varies
  • Specific Location
Good For

Teens, Kupuna, Students, Bilingual Speakers, Meeting People, Resume Builder

Activity Type

Indoor, Outdoor, Libraries & Museums & Stores, Teaching & Training, Advocacy & Outreach, Arts & Crafts, Educational Activity

Cause

Cultural Preservation

Requirements

Interview or Screening Process

HoMA 2024 Docent Program – Applications Open until July 5th


Honolulu Museum of Art

The Honolulu Museum of Art is recruiting a new docent class to start this fall! Applications will be accepted June 7 to July 5. 

If you love art and serving your community, consider becoming a volunteer docent. Our specially trained docents work with visitors in our galleries and courtyards to bring new dimensions to art experiences. 

Docent training will be held from Sept. 3 to Feb. 11 at the museum, mainly on Monday and Tuesday mornings with some exceptions. It will focus on preparing trainees to lead our See Art Make Art school tours as well as adult tours. See the attached job description in the application form for full list of training dates, as well as desired traits and qualifications. 

The museum aims to recruit 25 new docents to join its current team of almost 40 active volunteer educators. Accepted applicants will be notified by Aug. 12. 

If you are interested in becoming a docent, complete the application at myhoma.org/docentapplication by Fri., Jul. 5, at 5pm. Accepted applicants will be notified by Aug. 12. 

See the attached job description for details, or go to myhoma.org/newdocentprogram. 

For more information about the program, you can reach Gary Liu at gliu@honolulumuseum.org and Laurie Faure at lfaure@honolulumuseum.org. 

Fri 6/21/2024 12am-5pm

  • Ongoing Commitment
  • Schedule Varies
  • Specific Location
Good For

Teens, Kupuna, Students, Bilingual Speakers, Meeting People, Resume Builder

Activity Type

Indoor, Outdoor, Libraries & Museums & Stores, Teaching & Training, Advocacy & Outreach, Arts & Crafts, Educational Activity

Cause

Cultural Preservation

Requirements

Interview or Screening Process

Honolulu Museum of Art


About the organizer

The Honolulu Museum of Art is a home for art and education that exists for the benefit of the entire community, presented in a setting that promotes beauty, harmony, learning, self-awareness, and connection.

With care, respect, and empathy we will:

  • Embrace an approach grounded in excellence, innovation, and sustainability to ensure that the museum will continue to serve and inspire our community for generations to come.
  • Prioritize inclusivity and accessibility as we strive to honor, celebrate, and reflect the diversity of Hawai‘i.

HoMA’s vision is to inspire and uplift our community through transformative art experiences that celebrate creativity, cultivate wonder, foster empathy, and enhance knowledge in order to deepen our connection with one another and the world we share.Inspire and uplift our community through transformative art experiences that celebrate creativity, cultivate wonder, foster empathy, and enhance knowledge in order to deepen our connection with one another and the world we share.

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