July Volunteer Opportunities!
Volunteers play a vital role in the heart and soul of our programs, and generous individuals in our communities and beyond - like you - who assist in Galería’s ongoing calendar of events, gallery production, and administrative assistance make a world of difference.
By joining us as a volunteer, you get to experience the organization from both a free and exciting behind-the-scenes viewpoint, as well as interact with a community of arts appreciators!
If you are interested in volunteering at Galería, please email email@example.com with what opportunity interests you, subject line “I want to volunteer at ____________” (name of opportunity). Volunteers receive an orientation and walk-through of all gallery venues on their first day of volunteering.
Gallery Attendant Program
Volunteer Shift: 12pm-6pm Wednesday-Saturday, 12-5pm Sunday
Note: Closed July 4-8th for Independence Day Weekend
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 Wednesday through Saturday, 12pm-6pm and Sunday 12pm-5pm..
Need: 1-2 volunteers per day
Sunday, July 13th
Volunteer shift: 2-8pm
Event: Fiestas Frida Film Screening+ Reception
Details: Join Galeria de la Raza for a film screening of Fiestas Fridas as part of the Cine +Mas film festival in San Francisco. This will be our fifth year partnering with the festival. Assistance in event production will be needed in set-up, bartending, photography, hospitality, and clean up.
Need: 3 Volunteers- ALL POSITIONS FILLED
Thursday, July 17
Volunteer shift: 5-9pm
Event: Youth So Educated Exhibition Program
Details: Join Galeria for some programming/artist talks with our current exhibition, Youth So Educated Are Dangerous, the culminating component of CARECEN’s Youth Leadership Cohort and presented in conjunction with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Assistance in event production will be needed in set-up, bartending, photography, hospitality, and clean up.
Need: 2-3 volunteers