1 Thorpe Close, Ladbroke Grove
The Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising is a small, friendly Museum of consumer culture in Notting Hill. We are seeking diverse individuals from 14 to 25 to form the Museum's Youth Panel, to be involved in diverse projects, events and festivals.
Ever wondered what it’s like behind the scenes at a Museum? Would you like your thoughts and opinions to be heard? Together we will create new ways to engage with the Museum and the community and ensure that the Youth Panel build their own personal skillset. Use your Creativity: We are keen that the Youth Panel will have the opportunity to create resources and events for other young people. Whether you enjoy writing, designing or performing, there will be lots of opportunities to make the most of your creativity. Build your CV: Whether you’re looking to build up your experience for UCAS, apprenticeships, college or employment, being part of a Youth Panel will immediately make you shine. Especially if you’re looking to be part of the creative, advertising or heritage industries.
About Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising
The objectives of the charity are to educate the public on design, and in particular on the subjects of advertising and packaging and their history, by establishing and maintaining a museum to be open to the public for displaying exhibitions.
The purposes of the charity are:
To advance education in the subject areas relevant to the Museum. To increase access to learning experiences for wider audiences. To maintain and preserve the heritage represented by this Museum.
The current main objectives of the charity are to:
Advance the enjoyment and understanding of commercial art, design, and social and consumer history to as wide an audience as possible. Offer high quality learning experiences to a range of existing and new audiences. Increase opportunities to access the collection through raised awareness. Enhance the breadth of understanding of the Museum through integration with creative industries. Develop community ties through learning and volunteering programmes. Preserve objects and specialist knowledge for future generations to experience.
Times you can volunteer
Wednesday: Afternoons, Evenings