BECOME A FOTOFOCUS VOLUNTEER Contact John Borntrager when you're ready to sign up! firstname.lastname@example.org
or 513-696-9562 to leave a voice message.
FotoFocus needs a large number of volunteers the opening week of events for the FotoFocus Biennial 2014, which covers any time between Wednesday, October 8, and Sunday, October 12. FotoFocus is also looking for volunteers to help at the various regional arts organizations (50+) participating in the celebration, from August through mid-November 2014.
The Washington Park, Memorial Hall and Over-the-Rhine neighborhood near downtown Cincinnati is the center of activity for the Opening Events of October 8–12. Additionally, there are over 50 venues — museums, galleries, universities and educational institutions as well as community art centers—in the region that may need your help.
FotoFocus Volunteers will work with the FotoFocus team on a range of events and projects including gallery management and special-event staffing. Also, FotoFocus Volunteers may work event registration and provide general customer service to event attendees. Other tasks may include representing FotoFocus in a gallery space or on a marketing team.
HOW MANY HOURS DO I VOLUNTEER?
Your time commitment is up to you. Community Resource Manager John Borntrager will work with you accommodating your specified availability.
WHAT QUALIFICATIONS DO I NEED TO HAVE?
Besides being pleasant, patient and dependable, no special skill set or previous experience is required to participate. The FotoFocus team will customize a position around any time or physical restrictions you may have.
WILL I NEED TRAINING?
Appropriate training will be provided prior to each work shift, and the Community Resource Manager will be available for questions and assistance.
WHO DO I REPORT TO?
As a FotoFocus Biennial 2014 Volunteer, you will report to FotoFocus Community Resource Manager John Borntrager.
WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT FOTOFOCUS?
View the rest of the site: www.fotofocusbiennial.org
FOTOFOCUS MISSION STATEMENT
FotoFocus is a non-profit arts organization whose mission is to present the finest in contemporary photography and lens-based art, and to produce events that are artistically, intellectually, and academically rigorous yet accessible and enriching to a diverse public. FotoFocus celebrates and champions photography as the medium of our time, and its ubiquity in contemporary culture with programming that ignites a dialectic between contemporary photo-based art and the history of photography.