Tuesday, May 4, 2010

‘Blind With Camera’ is looking for volunteer for photo exhibition at Mumbai

‘Blind With Camera’ is looking for volunteer for photo exhibition at Olive Bandra from May 10th - 16th. Please spread the word around, forward this mail or twitter or blog it.



People interested may contact by Saturday 8th. Details are given below.


Blind With Camera www.blindwithcamera.org (a project of Beyond Sight Foundation) is looking for ONE volunteer for the coming exhibition of photographs by the visually impaired at Olive - Bandra. Olive is one of the India's best know upmarket restaurant and popular for nightlife with regular from top corporate, MNCs and personalities from film, fashion, ad, entertainment and art world.


Purpose of the exhibition is to spread awareness, networking and to raise fund by sale of photographs. Marketing and PR of the event is handled by Olive.


Dates: Monday May 10th - Sunday May 16th (except Thursday May 13th)


Timings: Monday to Friday 7 pm - 12 midnight. Saturday & Sunday 12 noon - 12 midnight


Role of Volunteer: On generation of enquiry, volunteer has to brief the guest about the exhibition, give out exhibition catalogue and provide details of photographs the buyer is interested in and take down his / she in a Purchase Requisition Form and get a signature on the form. (Details of photograph like print size, quality of print, price etc are written in the requisition form).


Skills Required: Volunteer should be smart, fluent in English, excellent in communication, flair for marketing and desire to support the cause.


Payment: Volunteer will be paid Rs.2000/- Volunteer has to make own arrangement for food.




Partho Bhowmick
Founder
Beyond Sight Foundation
Mumbai, India
Mobile: +91-982147473
www.blindwithcamera.org
www.parthobhowmick.com

Beyond Sight Foundation promotes social integration of people with visual impairment through art and cultural practices, by providing training in arts - photography, visual, performance and literary, development of creative skills, opportunity to exhibit artworks, access to art, economic opportunity and support, capacity building for disability art culture and enriching community through renewed art and by offering sensitization workshops.



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