Frontline Arts has had an incredible support system of volunteers. They show up en-masse to help at workshops, demos, presentations, family days, and miscellaneous gatherings. They are the heart and soul of our family, and we would not be here today if it weren't for them.
If you wish to volunteer for any of our projects, please fill out the form below and we will get back to you with upcoming volunteer needs!
Frontline Arts seeks unpaid, credited interns to work in the studios, utilizing skills necessary for studio work in printmaking, papermaking and book arts. Opportunities are also available to work in Administration with tasks related to the day-to-day operations of a small non-profit fine arts organization. Interns will work closely with the Studio, Operations & Development and Executive Directors.
Candidates must be current college students or recent graduates, available 1-2 days per week for minimum of an entire semester. There may be occasional weekend and/or evening hours. Ideal for Fine Arts, Studio Arts, Art History, Arts Management, Arts Education majors/minors; opportunities available for other disciplines as well. Must provide own transport to/from Frontline Arts or offsite locations. There are also opportunities to work remotely.
Candidates will assist in coordination and execution of all administration areas, including membership, database entry, fundraising events, exhibitions, mobile programs and outreach relationships.
The ideal candidates will possess excellent writing and research skills, experience with Microsoft and Apple applications, including Excel, database systems, and the Adobe Creative Suite. It is also beneficial to have some studio and art handing experience. Long-term/multi-semester engagements are possible for the right candidate. Studio use is available for interested candidates as well as one free workshop.
Possible areas of assistance include studio maintenance and safety upkeep, technical research, and equipment installation, as well as assisting artists in the studio and instructors for our various education programs.
The ideal candidates will have a strong interest in printmaking, work well with their hands (and be mechanically inclined), and be able to work independently on complex studio projects. Depending on interest/skills, possible assistant teaching opportunities may be available. Long-term/multi-semester engagements possible for the right candidate. Studio use is available for interested candidates as well as one free workshop.