We especially want to recognize volunteers who have dedicated 30 OR MORE HOURS since last April.
These are the familiar faces you see at the gallery who generously help us make things happen. We wouldn't be where we are today without the efforts of our awesome volunteers.
Thank you so much for giving your time, energy and talents.
Dr. Mary-Louise Hooper
Mooresville Arts is a volunteer-driven organization. We need your help to get all our work done! We hope you will consider volunteering in one of the areas listed below.
If you are interested in one of the opportunities please contact us at MooresvilleArtsNC@gmail.com or call 704.663.6661
Helping at the gallery is enjoyable, both for the camaraderie you feel, but also the satisfaction of assisting an organization, of which you are a part.
— Suzy Czerwinski
I have helped with special events and had a great time. The people at the gallery are fun and I made some new friends. This is a great place to spend my volunteer time.
— J. Tieri
“It’s hard to decide what I enjoy most about working at the gallery: meeting the visitors, looking at the art, or watching the visitors looking at the art.”
- C. Day
The President is an ex-officio member of all committees. This position is the primary spokesperson and overseeing agent for the organization and is responsible for setting the direction of Mooresville Arts and ensuring the mission of the organization is upheld. (January 2021-December 2022)
The Secretary is responsible for maintaining records of all Board and Special meetings and reports these records when requested by the Presiding Officer. The Secretary handles Mooresville Arts correspondence as required and is responsible for adherence to and maintenance of insurance policy and documentation. He/she is responsible for the maintenance to and adherence of the Constitution and Bylaws. (January 2021-December 2022)
The Treasurer is responsible for working with the office manager to collect, disburse, and manage Mooresville Arts Funds, and keep financial records pertaining to Mooresville Arts. He/she presents a financial statement at each regular Board meeting and as requested by the President. He/she prepares an annual financial report and makes records available for audit when required. (January 2022-December 2023)
Our docents are the first face of our gallery. We invite you to become a part of our Gallery by being a volunteer docent. It's easy and fun to greet our patrons, and if they like, show them the gallery, sell some art and tell them all about our shows and opportunities. You can even become Docent of the Quarter!
Greet visitors and tend the gallery in 4-hour shifts, once or twice a month, on days when the gallery is open.
is responsible for planning, arranging, and overseeing exhibits in the gallery. This Director identifies and schedules high-quality, diverse, and appealing exhibits for Mooresville Arts Gallery. (Currently Open)
During docent hours, assist in preparing and mailing information for new members and renewals, as needed.
Art education is a major component of our mission. We offer year-round programs to youth, teens, and adults.
Our education programs are expanding, and we need volunteers to help us manage details of all the exciting new topics being taught.
supports and implements opportunities for the artistic enrichment and development of Mooresville Arts members and members of the community, including but not limited to classes, workshops, summer camps, and demonstrations. He/she assembles and works with an Education Committee to make this happen. (January 2022-December 2023)
Put together the education program for MA, including classes, workshops, and quarterly programs. Knowledge of MS Word is helpful. Meetings are scheduled at times convenient to members, usually monthly.
Are you a young person who would like to volunteer by doing community service projects? Find out what opportunities are available!
Volunteer opportunities are available for ages 13-18 and vary in the areas of gallery shows, special events, and summer camps .
Exhibits and other programs are very important to us. Chair a program and watch it bloom with your team. Or work on a team where you’ll get to meet the artists and see their artwork before it goes on display!
In charge of all activities related to an exhibit. Create an ad hoc committee to assist with exhibit activities.
Work a 4-hour shift two days in a row, usually Friday and Saturday, to accept artwork and payments for artists entering the show.
Work one day, usually the Monday following intake, to place artwork in the exhibit, mostly to hang paintings.
prepares for MA receptions and special events. This coordinator checks on inventory of supplies, and makes purchases (supplies, food & beverages) for receptions and special events. They also volunteer with set up, during the event and clean up. (Currently Open)
TAKE DOWN AND PICKUP
Usually work a 4-hour shift to return artwork to artists.
Use a spreadsheet to record artist information at intake. Work a 4-hour shift two days in a row, usually Friday and Saturday.
We welcome you to be a part of our special projects. We have fun and interesting people who join a team to drive our events to success.
Perform various tasks for events such as Arts at the Mill, Uncorked and Artsy, Art After Dark, etc. May include an event chair, committee members, greeting
visitors, hospitality, and miscellaneous tasks that pertain to the specific event. Events are usually on a Friday and/or Saturday, sometimes all day, sometimes evenings. Locations vary.
Our gift shop is very popular with visitors. (We ourselves would never miss a chance to visit a museum gift shop!) Part of our gallery space is dedicated to gift shop items, and at the end of the year we expand the space for holiday shoppers.
The Gift Shop Manager is responsible for communicating gift shop opportunities to members, scheduling intake, pick up and displaying items in the gallery. The Gift Shop Manager maintains the appearance of the gift shop. The position is responsible for keeping track of gift shop sales. (Currently Open)
We encourage you to promote Mooresville Art Gallery to your friends and family. Word of mouth, sharing our posts on Facebook or any other social media is greatly appreciated. We can also use some help with other tasks.
COMMUNITY WEBSITE LIAISON
On a quarterly basis, update community websites with MA event information, calls for artists, etc. This person should be detail-oriented as these updates advertise dates, times, and details of events.
Establish relationships with other organizations and distribute flyers for classes and events to them.
Are you handy? Willing to climb a ladder? There are many maintenance projects involved in keeping an old and historic building ready for our visitors.
BUILDING STORAGE, CLEANING, ORGANIZING
Three or four times a year, assist with clean-up day for Depot.
INTERIOR BUILDING MAINTENANCE
As needed, help with basic building maintenance tasks and projects for the Depot interior; need basic knowledge of interior painting and should be willing to use a ladder.