Volunteering experience does not just help the world and soothe your soul. It also broadens your network, builds skills, and gives you practical work experience.Allegra Abouzeid, Artist
Volunteering experience does not just help the world and soothe your soul. It also broadens your network, builds skills, and gives you practical work experience. In this video by Allegra Abouzeid and the October Gallery, curators and volunteers discuss how this can be an important way to land a career in the Fine Arts. A Middlesex University London (https://www.youtube.com/user/MiddlesexUniVideo) student project.
Produced and Directed by Allegra Abouzeid
Post Production by Cedars Productions
On Real Lives Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/reallives
Music: “Ever Decreasing Circles” by David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | Malcolm Edmonstone (PRS) food-fragile-tremolo-bravado on Audio Network
Special thanks to the October Gallery, Christina Brudvick Fredriksen, Raphael Dalton, Rebecca Snow, Georgie Fay, and Mark Abouzeid.
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