We have many volunteer opportunities available to those interested in the arts. Please let us know if there is a position that utilizes your particular talents – we’d love to have you!
Contact the NCAC Volunteer Coordinator at email@example.com if you are interested in the following positions:
Marketing Committee Member
Join our Marketing Committee and help get out the word about the NCAC and AOTS.
Meetings are held once per month on the third Thursday of the month in the evenings. Duties can include:
- Press release management
- Posting and handing out flyers
- Help us find new marketing streams, websites and places to promote FAC
- Keeping up with art on social media
- Creating posters and flyers
- Coordinating and appearing media opportunities (TV/radio/online)
- Word-of-mouth, being an ambassador!
Feature Exhibit Committee Member
Help locate artists and plan our feature exhibits. The commitee will jury artists work and recommend artists as feature exhibitors. Each feature is one month in length.
Meetings are held once per month in the evenings. Duties can include:
- Locating suitable artists for features
- Coordinating and assisting with feature artists during exhibit set up
- Assisting artists with promotional efforts/coordinating with marketing committee
- Helping to manage feature artist inventory
Events Committee Member/Staff
Join our Events Committee and help get support our ongoing events such as Spooktacular and the Maker’s Holiday Market. Meetings are held as needed in the evenings. Duties can include:
- Event/Reception staff (feature exhibits, special events, set up and tear down)
Fundraising Commitee Member
We also have positions specifically to support the artists’ co-op Tuesday through Saturday. Contact the AOTS Staffing Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in the following position:
AOTS Gallery Staff
- Staff the gallery and engage with visitors about the member artist and art in general
- Greet potential co-op artists and advise them of co-op benefits
- Be knowledgable about the NCAC, AOTS and the local arts community