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Our charity, The Friends of the Huntley Archives at LMA (FHALMA) is run on a voluntary basis and we hope that the range of roles and opportunities will encourage individuals to develop current and refresh new skills. Our volunteers make a huge difference to the heritage sector. If you have an interest in history, the arts, cultural heritage, education, diversity and community we may have a role for you. Our goal is that volunteers will support their own professional or personal development aims, gain a rewarding set of experiences, grow in confidence, and potentially gain future employment. We also hope that we can offer a space to meet new people who share interests and values.


Oral History project

As part of the legacy for the No Colour Bar project, we are keen to capture on film some of the thought-provoking stories behind the artists that appeared in the show. The oral histories will be able to contribute to the Huntley Archive collection at LMA.To find out more about about how you can get involved, what skills you are looking for and what you can offer, please get in touch. See the oral history interviews with three artists in our section on Artists Talks.

Come Join us!
All of the volunteering roles are flexible and in many cases, individuals may work from their own spaces or visit the LMA for set periods of volunteering activity. 

Volunteering Benefits include training and development opportunities. For example, workshops on public speaking, knowledge-sharing days with other volunteers, and opportunities to attend some events for free. All volunteers also receive an induction and supporting information.


Volunteering Opportunities include: Annual Huntley Conference event managers, social media, project co-ordination, business administration, copy writing, research, evaluation, workshops leaders, film-making, artistic performances and a host of other engaging experiences.  

Volunteers may anticipate being available from 2-5 hours per week, depending on the opportunity. Roles will start in cycles from January 2018.

If you think that you may have other skills and interests that could be relevant please still get in touch and we can discuss how you might fit into the programme.

For further information, please send an email to:

Get Involved

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