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November Volunteer Opportunities!

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Gallery Attendant Program

November 9-30, Wednesday-Sunday

Volunteer Shift: 12pm-6pm

Details: Gallery attendants are crucial to the mechanics of running Galería, and being a gallery attendant is not only a learning experience, item to include on a resume, and intricate look into how Galería operates - but it is also fun! It is a chance to interact with a high volume of people on a daily basis, learn and implement the sale of artwork, and assist in the public programming details of presenting events at a non-profit arts space. Gallery attendants are in the main gallery space Tuesday through Saturday, 12pm-6pm.

Need: 1-2 volunteers per day

 

 

 

EVENTS:                                                

 

Saturday, November 9

Volunteer shift: 6pm-10:30pm

Event: “Sifting Screens” Opening Reception

Details: Galería is pleased to present its next exhibition Sifting Screens, featuring new works by Katie Dorame. "Having a mixed heritage and a partially erased cultural identity is a constant hunt for truth where my main clues are Hollywood and artifacts,” says Dorame, whose paintings seek to untangle the complexity of an ignored and fictionalized history. Assistance in event production will be needed in set up, hospitality, tabling and clean up during this event.

Need: 2-3 volunteers

 

Saturday, November 16

Volunteer shift: 6:00pm-10:30 pm

Event: Artist in Residency Opening Reception: Neil Rivas

Details: Galería de la Raza's inaugural artist-in-residence, Neil Rivas (Clavo), has created a regional headquarters at Galería for his ongoing project ICE DISH (Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Department of Illegal Superheroes), imagined as a division of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Assistance in event production will be needed in set up, hospitality, tabling and clean up during this event.

Need: 2-3 volunteers

Sunday, November 17

Volunteer shift: 6pm-10:30pm

Event: Lunada Open Mic night

Details: Our November event features San Francisco native, artivist, dancer, and choreographer Amara Tabor-Smith, Founder and Artistic director of Deep Waters Dance Theater. Also featuring musical guest Mestiza, the solo project of composer/vocalist Lina Luna Torio, playing original music, fusing elements of urban son-salsa, Latin soul and city funk. Assistance in event production will be needed in setting up, hospitality and tabling areas, as well as photographing attendees and clean up after the event.

Need: 2-3 volunteers

 

 

 

 

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