Become a Volunteer
What is the Center?
- A project of Metropolitan State College of Denver.
- A unique art gallery that organizes and hosts exhibitions and programs of culturally diverse artists of regional, national, and international significance.
- An advocate for America’s multiculturalism through its exhibitions of the work of specific ethnic groups.
- An educational arts center that provides extensive educational programming including tours, workshops, lectures and seminars for children and adults.
- What volunteer opportunities are available?
Docents to serve as tour guides:
Guided tours of featured exhibitions are offered to school groups, community groups, and the general public during selected hours. Training regarding the exhibit and how to be a docent is provided at the Center.
Workshop leaders and assistants to conduct
hands-on workshops for school and community youth group:
Workshops are offered in a visual art form related to the style, method, theme, culture or time period of a featured exhibit.
Exhibit volunteers to help in the preparation, installation and taking down of exhibits, and assisting at receptions and special events.
What are the benefits to being a volunteer?
- Learning about various ethnic arts, diverse media, and trends in contemporary art.
- Joy and satisfaction in providing art experiences for youth.
- Being associated with an award-winning art gallery.
- Becoming acquainted with the operations of an art gallery.
- Flexible scheduling.
How do you become a volunteer?
Call the Center at 294-5210, x 11.
Visit the Center at 1734 Wazee St., Denver.
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