In response to COVID-19, our volunteer positions have become more focused and shifted to remote or safe and separate work until further notice. Please continue to check our volunteer page to stay up-to-date on opportunities. During this time, we remain focused on working on our events, programs, and services. When this passes, and it will, we look forward to joining together to celebrate life through art.
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!" This year 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!
Interested in Volunteering?
Currently, we are determining our 2021 programming and do not have any available volunteer opportunities. However, we are planning for upcoming volunteer engagement and directing folks to fill out the Volunteer Interest Form at the link below. This has allowed us to capture the influx of inquiries and connect with people quickly when opportunities arise.
In response to COVID-19, our volunteer positions have become more focused and shifted to remote or safe and separate work until further notice. Please continue to check our volunteer page to stay up-to-date on opportunities. If you have any questions please contact Art Loop Manager, Natalie Tranelli-Jacobs at firstname.lastname@example.org.