This month we celebrate Cail Lininger in our volunteer spotlight! Cail is an Art History Major at the University of Toledo concentrating in Museum Practices. In 2016 Cail joined The Arts Commission team as an intern and has continued volunteering with us ever since. His spirit, work ethic, passion for Toledo and the arts is evident and we are lucky to have him working alongside us.” I get a chance to enjoy Toledo and art each time I volunteer. As an intern, I had multiple opportunities to work on research projects, commissioned art works for the City of Toledo, the Young Artist's At Work Program, the Art Loop, and so many more. I always looked forward to the next event or task (no matter how daunting or how small) because I saw it as a way of enjoying Toledo and enjoying the arts.”
Cail now faithfully volunteers with the Art Loop where he can be found working as a Downtown Docent educating guests on local hot spots and creative spaces, or as Street Crew canvassing the streets touting all Toledo has to offer. “Toledo offers so much culturally and I love to see the diversity in all the unique neighborhoods in our city.”
Thank you for all you do, Cail!
Good Vibrations Volunteer Mix & Mingle
Tuesday, March 6, 6:30-8:30pm
Join us for Good Vibrations, a mix and mingle party to learn about volunteer opportunities at The Arts Commission in 2018. Both new and seasoned volunteers welcome. We'll be at Handmade Toledo (1717 Adams Street) on Tuesday, March 6 from 6:30- 8:30pm with live music and delicious grub served up the The Original Sub Shop. Come find out how you can get involved! RSVP by March 1st.
Contact Event & Volunteer Coordinator, Natalie Tranelli-Jacobs at email@example.com.