ArtWalk in the Square is looking for energetic, friendly volunteers!

This is a great way to earn community service hours, or add something interesting to your CV. Meet others who are interested in fine art, and work with a great team in preparing for and supporting a great outdoor art show.

Join our team, which includes a wide range of people from students and emerging artists to professionals.

Positions available, but not limited to:

  • Assisting with the load-in and load-out of the exhibition
  • Artist support during the exhibition
  • Information booth and artist registration
  • Pre-exhibition postering and event guide distribution (ongoing)

Check out our:

2019 ArtWalk in the Square List of Volunteer Opportunities

ARTWALK IN THE SQUARE – Outdoor Fine Art Festival Celebrates Artists and Community!

To volunteer fill the form here and we’ll contact you.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering!

We especially need support with ALL LOAD IN AND LOAD OUT SHIFTS but we need the most volunteers for the following:

SHIFT: Friday, Sept. 25: 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
No lifting of artist materials. Tasks may include:

  • Check-in Cart: sign in artists, checking they are at the correct loading zone.
  • Directing artist traffic. Indicate where artists should drop off materials, and answer questions regarding parking or location of booth and Artists’ Network Information booth.
  • Monitor materials in the load in zone for artists while they park their car and as they retrieve items and set up in their booth.
  • Monitor and watch art materials in overnight storage space and/or throughout event space.

SET UP is after 12:30 PM: Assist with general park set up including: Artists’ Network Booth & signage, artists welcome area, gallery wall, draw table…
Help out at Artists’ Network booth with handing out artist packages, receiving donations.

Sunday, Sept.27: 5:00pm – 8:30pm
Tasks may include:

  • Check-out Cart: sign out artists, check booth area to ensure it’s packed up and hand out vehicle passes. Directing artists traffic in the event space.
  • Watching tents and grids and art for artists while they load-out to curb side until they return from parking with their vehicle to pack-up.
  • Monitor and watch art materials in overnight storage space and/or throughout event space.