Do you enjoy community arts and have time to spare? If so, you are in the right place!
Every year, our dedicated volunteers contribute over 3,000 hours of time to help make the Caldwell Arts Council a success, and we are always looking for new supporters. Due to our wide range of programs and events, we have opportunities ranging from assisting in exhibition installations and preparing for receptions to volunteering for annual events such as Sculpture Celebration. If you have questions about volunteering, contact us by phone at 828-754-2486 or email us. To sign up, click here to complete the Volunteer Enrollment Form, and one of our staff will be in touch with you.
Current Volunteer Opportunties
We are looking for volunteers who are interested in helping collect surveys for the Arts and Economic Prosperity study (AEP6).
What’s the AEP6 study?
The AEP6 study focuses on the local economic impact of arts and culture organizations' event-related spending by their audiences (Ex.: attendees' spending for hotels and restaurants while attending arts events). The study occurs every 5 years and documents the economic contributions of the arts in over 250 diverse communities and regions across the country, representing all 50 states and the District of Columbia. We are partnering with Americans for the Arts and the NC Arts Council to conduct the survey that will collect data focused only on Caldwell County.
How can we could use your help?
We could use your help in attending various arts and cultural events throughout Caldwell County to survey 25-50 attendees. This involves engaging with visitors to have them fill out a quick survey that shouldn’t take more than 3 minutes to complete. Many events are scheduled between now and spring, so regardless of whether you can volunteer at one or several events, your help will be tremendously appreciated!
Want to sign up?
If you would lilke to help us conduct the AEP6 survey, please click to sign up and simply follow the instructions on our page. Also if you have any questions, please email Outreach Coordinator Emma Finnen or call the office at 828-754-2486. Thank you!