Support the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum by sharing your time and talents. Volunteers assist staff and visitors in a variety of roles and levels of commitment. Here are some of the ways to get involved:
Trained gallery interpreters who offer guided tours for visiting school and adult groups, docents train with curatorial staff to learn about collections, exhibitions, and education initiatives. For more information, connect with Catie Anderson or at 715.845.7010.
Greeters welcome visitors at the main entrance. Initial training is one-on-one with a staff member. The greeter corps enjoys an educator-led tour for each new exhibition. For more information, connect with Lisa Hoffman or 715.845.7010.
SPARK! is a social engagement program for individuals with early- to mid-stage memory loss and their care partners. SPARK! friends serve as program companions during in-gallery experiences and art making in the classroom. For more information, connect with Lisa Hoffman or 715.845.7010.
Family Fest – volunteers staff a drop-in art-making station in the Museum’s sculpture garden during this multi-day summer festival that encourages families to practice healthy habits together: movement, good nutrition, and of course – art! For more information, connect via our scheduling department or 715.845.7010.
The Museum’s abundant floral gardens are a labor of love for a corps of dedicated volunteers. If you enjoy outdoor seasonal work and have a flair for flowers, the Museum’s gardens want you! For more information, connect via our scheduling department or 715.845.7010.