Join the ArtStart Board!

ArtStart’s Board is currently looking for new members to diversify our membership. We are seeking thoughtful and highly motivated individuals to contribute to the successful implementation and advocacy of our mission: to inspire artistic creativity and illuminate the connections among people, ideas and the environment through engaging artists, children, families, and communities in quality arts education experiences. Our goal is to create a board that reflects the diversity of our community and encourage applicants of diverse culture, gender and age to apply. Applicants should have a passion for the arts and experience in one or more of the following: advocacy, public relations, and/or finance.Apply Online Here

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST AND SUPPORT!

ArtStart Board Member Position Description

  • 1. Attend and contribute positively to monthly board meetings.
        We currently meet at ArtScraps on the third Thursday of the month from 5:50 – 6:30 p.m.
  • 2. Join, participate, and advocate as a participant in one of the committees listed below:
    • a. Community Engagement
    • b. EcoArtsFest
    • c. Marketing and Fundraising
  • 3. Be an ambassador for the mission of the organization.
  • 4. Volunteer at least five additional hours of your time at various events, classes or at ArtScraps
        Storefront throughout the year.
  • Membership is on a volunteer basis.
    For more information about ArtStart’s Board please contact board member Sabrina Sutliff-Gross.

    Apply Online

    About ArtStart

    Founded in 1988, ArtStart presents a multicultural, interdisciplinary view of the world through art classes and special programs focusing on the connection between humans and their environment. ArtStart draws on a pool of artists and arts educators who focus on process as well as product. These artist/educators emphasize critical thinking, problem solving, esteem building and citizenship along with learning in and through the arts. The mission of ArtStart is to inspire artistic creativity and illuminate the connections among people, ideas and the environment through engaging artists, children, families, and communities in quality arts education experiences.

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