Volunteer


We’re always looking for smiling faces and dedicated folks to be members of the Krasl crew.  We have many opportunities for you to make a difference. We’re sure to have a variety to match your interests.

Plus, you’ll meet new people, discover others who share your interests, and have fun while supporting the arts.

Apply to volunteer today!

Volunteer Docent Program


Are you interested in learning about art, interacting with the youth of our community and working with a dynamic group of people? Be a volunteer docent at the Krasl Art Center! See the details below and email your completed Volunteer Docent Application to education@krasl.org today!

What is a volunteer docent?
A docent is a trained museum guide.  The KAC has a variety of tours that require docents, including outdoor walking tours, gallery tours, and special event tours.  Docents must be knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and comfortable working with diverse groups of children and adults.  The KAC education department provides weekly 1.5 hour training sessions that cover art history, cultural sensitivity, public speaking and teaching strategies.  Occasional field trips and artist lectures will also be included in the training.  All volunteer docents must pass a practice tour with the education manager before working with the public.

What is the time commitment required?
Training sessions are held on Wednesday afternoons from 12-1:30 pm.  We ask that docents are available for at least 9 out of 12 months of the year and attend 3 out of 4 trainings per month.  
Tours are typically scheduled between 9am and 5 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.  Occasional weekend and evening tours.  

Why would I do this for free?
Most museum docent programs are led by volunteers with a passion for teaching and learning about art.  Docents benefit from a free and intensive education in the arts and the opportunity to share that education with others, including underserved school children.  In addition, volunteer docents enjoy KAC membership, invites to special events, and one free KAC class per session.

When does this program begin?
An informative Meet and Greet will take place on Wednesday, September 16 at 12 pm.  The first training session is on Wednesday, September 23 at 12 pm.

I want to participate.  How do I get started?
Download the Volunteer Docent Application and email the completed form to education@krasl.org or drop off a hard copy at the reception desk.  You will receive an email confirmation and invite to the Meet and Greet on Sep 16.