There are opportunities to volunteer within the Faculty of Fine Arts and in the community throughout the year. Get more involved with the Faculty, the University and our community.
Faculty of Fine Arts Opportunities
University Theatres Usher
Contact: Amanda Berg
Sign up at the U of L Box Office (Level 5 Centre for the Arts) to usher for all Faculty of Fine Arts ticketed productions or concerts. Ushers can see the show for free! Sign-up starts at the beginning of each term and is open until all usher spots are filled. Ushers are expected to arrive one hour prior to showtime to attend an orientation with the Front of House Manager, and will rip tickets, hand out programs and help patrons navigate to their seats. Ushers are expected to stay for the full duration of each performance they've signed up for.
Crossing Boundaries Symposium Volunteers
October 25 - 27, 2018
Information will be posted closer to the event
Experience Fine Arts Day Volunteers
February 27, 2019
Information will be posted January 2019.
January 26, 2019
Information will be posted December 2018 to January 2019
Coutts Centre Arts Festival Volunteers
July 21, 2019
Information will be posted closer to the event
Galt Museum Volunteers
Now, this is where you come in! We are looking for positive and upbeat volunteers to join our Visitor Services crew! We’re going to need your help assisting customers in the Museum Store and providing basic interpretation of the Galt grounds and exhibit. Other tasks may include completing Visitor Surveys, answering phones, assisting with inventory, stocking shelves and more! We’re hoping that with your help, the Museum Store will continue to grow and strive!
If you like what you hear, have any questions, or would like a little more information, please feel free to contact the Volunteer Coordinator, Chris Roedler, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 403-320-4219. And don’t you worry, any training will be provided. We can’t wait to hear from you!
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Contact: Christey-Ann Veldman
St. Therese Villa is looking for student volunteers to paint a pastoral mural on one or more of the walls in their dementia unit. If anyone would like to step forward as an individual or as a group, please contact Christey-Ann directly at email@example.com. Please note that artists will need to provide some examples of their past work. Also, sketches of the proposed murals and an estimated supplies budget would be expected prior to the project’s start.
Good Samaritan Park Meadows Village and Cottages
Contact: Leslie Jastrau
This is a Supportive Living environment that houses 76 residents living with dementia. In an effort to create a friendlier environment for our dementia residents, staff at the care home are looking at how painting doorways can help. Currently, each doorway is exactly the same and it is our hope that by creating a special doorway for each resident it will help them identify their room and make the area more visually pleasing. If you are interested in Art Therapy, this would be an excellent way to be introduced to an area where therapies are used daily. To find out more about this project, or to volunteer as part of the applied studies program, please contact Leslie Jastrau at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 403-328-9404 Ext. 53228. You can also visit www.gss.org to register.
Terry Fox Community Run
September 16, 2018, marks the 38th year that Lethbridge will participate in the Terry Fox Community Run, held at the Kiwanis Picnic Shelter in Henderson Lake Park. The Terry Fox Run is entirely volunteer-driven, and there is no participant registration fee, minimum pledge, or corporate sponsorship associated with the event. As of 2017, Lethbridge raised $351,003.50 through the annual Terry Fox Community Runs to continue Terry Fox's Legacy. Without the help of volunteers, the Terry Fox Community Run would not be possible. We are looking for people to donate their time as face painters for the event on September 16. This is a fantastic opportunity for students looking to gain experience with children and showcase their creativity. With the help of volunteers, the Terry Fox Run will continue to grow and raise money for cancer research. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions, or would like more information. We look forward to hearing from you!