Volunteer at RedLine

 

Volunteer at Redline

It is safe to say, RedLine would not be possible if it were not for the support of the weekly/monthly/annual volunteer support we receive both inside and outside of RedLine. Last year, RedLine celebrated over 700 hours of volunteer service in our exhibitions, membership, marketing, special events, and visitor service programs. Without volunteer support, RedLine would not be able to provide dynamic programming to over 20,000 visitors per year. 

Volunteer Program Description

If you are interested in getting involved in contemporary art, community, and education programming because you are interested in giving back to the community or cultivating professional experience, RedLine's volunteer program might be the perfect opportunity for you. Below is a brief overview of the volunteer associate positions available at any time at RedLine. Also, please be advised that if you have interests that carry over in any or all of these categories we are happy to design the style of your involvement to fit your interest level. 

Visitor Services: If you are interested in increasing your knowledge on general operations in a professional art space, this position is a good opportunity for you. You will work in concert with our visitor services staff to assist visitors and RedLine patrons with questions related to our Resident Artist, Education, Community, and Exhibition programs. You will also assist with answering phones, providing studio assistance to artists, and general administrative duties that give you a close look at what an everyday experience in the non-profit art world looks like. 

Exhibitions: This volunteer position requires an active interest in contemporary art exhibitions from research to installation. Volunteers that assist in our exhibition program will attend curatorial committee meetings that determine the exhibitions that occur at RedLine, observe and assist with both the installation and de-installation process, gain valuable art handling skills, and learn about how a non-profit arts space maintains their core objectives of providing innovative and relavent contempoary art exhibitions to the community. 

Membership: If you are interested in learning more about the nuts and bolts of running a non-profit membership program from membership cultivation strategizing, maintaining an informative member database, developing member benefits, hosting member-focused special events, and rolling out major communication via mail and email to members, this is the right opportnity for you. This volunteer associate position will become proficient in member database systems, learn strategies of membership cultivation and renewal programs. 

Marketing: By far one of the most needed and always necessary volunteer associate positions at RedLine is this position. People who have a background in web development, marketing, and social media please contact us today. RedLine is always looking for volunteers to help with our communications & marketing platform and we firmly believe in strength in numbers. 

Studio Assist: RedLine has 24 artists-in-residence that are working at full speed on exhibitions and projects in the community. Working with all different media & mediums, the studio assist volunteers will work side by side with resident artists learning about their medium, process and timeline management. 

Become a Volunteer

For more information, please email Adam Buehler at abuehler@redlineart.org.