We are thrilled to be working with new and seasoned volunteers again this year! Please continue to check our volunteer page to stay up-to-date on opportunities.
This month we celebrate Kelsey Mackley in our volunteer spotlight! Kelsey is at recent Bowling Green State University graduate. She studied Visual Communication Technology with specializations in print and interactive media. Kelsey grew up on the south side of Toledo for the first 15 years of her life before moving with her family to Waterville. In 2017 Kelsey joined The Arts Commission team as a volunteer. "Volunteering with The Arts Commission allows me to use my passion for art to give back to the community where I grew up, while having fun at the same time!" For the 2019 Art Loop season Kelsey contributed her design skills by creating several marketing and ad pieces for the event.
Thank you for all you do, Kelsey!
Think info table on the go!
This is the perfect opportunity for those who love Toledo’s arts & culture scene and engaging with the community. Help us spread the word about The Arts Commission's programs and join us in celebrating life through art! This is a great position for small groups or individuals looking to meet new Toledoans. Volunteers will travel to various community events equipped with a welcoming wagon filled with mini Arts Commission event type experiences -- sidewalk chalk, art supply goody bags, bubbles, etc., plus Arts Commission mini folders and other promotional materials. Positions available June-September.
Please continue to check our volunteer page to stay up-to-date on opportunities. If you have any questions please contact Art Loop Manager and volunteer coordinator, Natalie Tranelli-Jacobs at email@example.com.