Are you looking to give back to your community and support the arts at the same time? You’ve come to the right place! Our organization relies on the generosity and dedication of volunteers like you to help us achieve our mission of bringing art to life in north Florida.
Volunteering with us is a great way to get involved in the arts community and make a difference in the lives of others. Whether you’re an artist, arts enthusiast, or just looking to give back and enjoy some social interaction, there are many ways you can contribute your skills and talents to our organization.
As a volunteer, you’ll have the opportunity to work alongside other passionate and committed individuals who share your love for the arts. You’ll also gain valuable experience, build your skills, and make new social connections.
We offer a variety of volunteer opportunities to fit your interests and schedule. You could assist with event planning and coordination, help with fundraising efforts, provide administrative support, help set up and break down for events—the options are nearly endless! No matter how you choose to get involved, your contributions as a volunteer will help us continue to bring the arts to our community and make a positive impact on the world around us.
Ready to join us? Join the Art League today!
Current Volunteer Opportunities:
- YAL Assistant — This position requires 2-to-3 hours on the 4th Saturday of each month, beginning at 9:30 am. You would be assisting our YAL instructors in their monthly class, helping set up before class, break down after class, and assist students as needed while class is in session.
- Maker’s Market Attendant — Represent the Gallery at the Maker’s Market across the street one Saturday each month in Olustee Park and attend the GAG table/booth, handing out flyers and talking to visitors about the Art League and the Gallery. Includes setting up and breaking down table or tent.
- Food Committee Coordinator: Contact volunteers prior to events to make sure we have enough food for upcoming events, and coordinate with our Curator for delivery or setup.
- LEAP Assistant — Call parents and guardians of kids in our LEAP (Literacy Education Art Program) once per month, to remind them of the upcoming class and keep a tally of how many are planning to attend. Assisting with check-in and helping students in class with tasks assigned by instructors.