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Volunteer

The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, a multi-disciplinary cultural institution, is seeking volunteers and interns. With its main campus and galleries located at 1650 Harrison Street and its second campus and performing arts center (HCPAC-) located at 1770 Monroe Street, there are a wide variety of projects and activities.

Download a Volunteer Application

With more than 30 volunteer positions available including:

  • Concierge
  • Teaching assistant
  • Artist assistants
  • Docents
  • VIP attendants
  • Ushers
  • Gallery monitors
  • And many more

There are plenty of opportunities for everyone. Heres your chance to be a part of the innovative organization with unique visual and performing arts programs, exhibitions, films and performances which introduce fresh perspectives to the arts; or work with one of our renowned Education programs for children and adults which celebrate creativity and excellence.

Our amazing volunteers are the critical component that makes the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood one of only seven Major Cultural Institutions in Broward County. You can join any one of our orientations to hear more details about how we can use your talents to help us increase our impact in the community.

Gallery Monitor Summer Exhibition 2014
(volunteer position)

Location: Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Florida (ACCH)

Summer Exhibit: Internationally renowned artist Nathan Sawaya returns this summer with all new sculptures and mixed-media works that continue to change the way we look at Lego® bricks.This exhibition builds upon Sawaya’s previous body of work with ground-breaking Lego sculptures that are integrated into large-scale photographs by award-winning Australian photographer Dean West.

The Activity Area adjacent to the exhibition allows visitors to make their own Lego® creations while they are here at the Center. Your time assisting in our galleries and the Interactive Play Area will be both fun and educational. This opportunity is open to all ages 15 and older. As a Gallery Monitor Volunteer, you will assist with ensuring the safety of all visitors to this exhibition, as well as contributing to them having a positive experience at our facility.

Responsibilities:

Gallery Monitor responsibilities include greeting gallery patrons and overseeing that all guidelines for visitation are thoroughly observed by any attendees of the exhibition. Guidelines for ALL visitors include the following:

  • No touching of the artworks on display. No touching of pedestal or gallery wall.
  • No reckless conduct while in the Center.
  • No backpacks, bags, outer clothing, such as jackets, lunch containers are permitted in the Gallery.
  • NO food or drinks are permitted in the Gallery.
  • For group tours, make sure chaperones are fully supervising their children at all times (if chaperones are not properly overseeing their groups, inform the Gallery Supervisor for assistance in addressing any problems).
  • In between groups, check all public areas for cleanliness, and adequate supplies. Replenish supplies if needed.
  • Make sure Activity Area is kept clean.

Reports to: Gallery Supervisor (the Gallery Supervisor reports to Jane Hart, Curator of Exhibitiions).

Application Packet

The application packet includes the following:

• General Information For Volunteer Gallery Monitor
• 2014 Volunteer Application and Requested Volunteer Hours/Schedule
• Volunteer Sign Up Sheet (Parent/Guardian Waiver, if applicant is
under age 18)
• Volunteer Gallery Monitor Emergency Contact Sheet

Please return completed application packet to the Art and Culture Center by mail or hand delivery. Please make sure to mark the envelope: “Volunteer Gallery Monitor/Summer Exhibition 2014”. Applications are encouraged to be completed and turned in as soon as possible. Once received, we will contact you to confirm your placement. Keep in mind that the selection process begins with this application and continues through communication and training, therefore, it is important to be professional at all times

Outreach Coordinator (volunteer position)

Location: Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Florida (ACCH)

Responsible For:
Coordination of outreach activities for the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood and Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center.

Liaison With: ACCH staff & management, general public, artists, volunteers, arts and education institutions, local businesses

Reports To Theater Manager

Research and Development

  • Assist with the research of the best possible locations for distribution of e-blasts and materials.
  • Define parameters with department heads and develop distribution timelines.
  • Develop a team of volunteers to distribute materials based on distribution timeline.
  • Correspondence
  • Email and phone correspondence with related businesses to build relationships with other organizations for distribution and possibly exchange of e-blasts and/or materials.

Coordination and Distribution

  • Coordinate outreach efforts for all Art and Culture Center of Hollywood and Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center programming.
  • Schedule outreach distribution in line with public relations and marketing efforts.

Candidate Requirements
The successful candidate will have a basic understanding of marketing and public relations principles. Working knowledge and experience with Microsoft Word, email, and internet access. Excellent people skills and proper phone etiquette required. The candidate should work well as part of a team and also be self-directed, punctual, dependable, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable of the performing, visual arts, and/or education. The candidate must have excellent organizational and administrative skills as well as an ability to work well with the public.

To apply send cover letter and resume to info@hc-pac.org.

Volunteer Coordinator (volunteer position)

Location: Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Florida (ACCH)

Responsible For: Coordination of volunteers for the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood and Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center.

Liaison With: ACCH staff & management, general public, artists, volunteers, children, vendors

Reports To: Theater Manager

Coordination

  • Coordinate volunteers for each event at both Art and Culture Center facilities.
  • Schedule, train and supervise volunteer staff, ensuring the highest level of patron relations.
  • Process and welcome new volunteer/community service applicants individually and through orientations.
  • Manage community service log and follow-up with community service volunteers for future events.
  • Organize volunteer appreciation events in conjunction with the Theater Manager.
  • Maintain and organize the volunteer database.

Candidate Requirements
The successful candidate will have a minimum of two years supervisory experience. Knowledge and experience with Microsoft Word, email, and internet access. The candidate should work well as part of a team and also be self-directed, punctual, dependable, and knowledgeable of the performing and/or visual arts. The candidate must have excellent organizational and administrative skills as well as an ability to work well with the public.

To apply send cover letter and resume to info@hc-pac.org.

Volunteer Registration

Download a Volunteer Application

Please fax your application to 954. 924. 2906, submit it in person, or mail it to:
Art and Culture Center of Hollywood
ATTN: Volunteer Program
1650 Harrison Street
Hollywood, FL 33020

We look forward to you joining the Art and Culture Center family.

You can also give us a call 954. 921. 3274, or email us at volunteer@artandculturecenter.org for more information.

Funding Acknowledgements

Funding Logos: State of Florida, Broward County, City of Hollywood

The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supported in part by its members, admissions, private entities, the City of Hollywood, the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council; the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture; and the Kresge Foundation. We welcome donations from all members of the community who wish to support our work.