Volunteer jobs at the Shoreline Arts Festival

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Help make fish prints
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
 Take pART in Your Community: Volunteer for the Shoreline Arts Festival

The Arts Council is still looking for volunteers to help at the Shoreline Arts Festival on June 25 and 26.

Join the veritable army of volunteers who make this celebration of the arts possible and get a glimpse “backstage” as we entertain 10,000+ art-loving community members over two days.

Volunteers are needed for a wide range of tasks, with shifts ranging from two hours to all-day, so there’s something for every skill level and any amount of availability. Sign up now on VolunteerSpot.

Here are some examples of just a few of the volunteer jobs available:
  • Help artists move art and set up booths
  • Organize and hang art
  • Set up the Hands-On Art stations and/or make art with kids
  • Info Booth Attendant: Greet festival-goers and help them find their favorite attractions
  • Juried and Youth Art Room Sitter: Enjoy the art while making sure nothing grows legs and walks away
Volunteers are needed to make sure the art doesn't walk away
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

The Shoreline Arts Festival is a free, two-day festival featuring music, dance, theater, art exhibitions, hands-on art activities, cultural rooms, food, and more that is organized by the Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Arts Council. Visit here for applications, deadlines, and additional information, or call the Arts Council at 206-417-4645. For volunteer questions, contact Volunteer Coordinator Kelly Lie.

Avoid the stress of parking by taking the Free Arts Festival Shuttle. The shuttle will run in a loop stopping at Meridian Park, Cromwell Park, and the Shoreline Center every 15 minutes during festival hours (Saturday, June 25 10am-6pm and Sunday, June 26 10am-5pm).

The Arts Council would like to thank the City of Shoreline, City of Lake Forest Park, 4Culture, Arts WA and all of their sponsors, donors, and members for making this event possible year after year.

The Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts. 


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