Be A Vital Part of Our Arts Community at The Wood Gallery!
Our wonderful intern Mia Palmiero with Recycled Art Creations!
T.W. Wood Gallery Announces New Internships & Volunteer Programs! What do you love to do? We have internships and volunteer programs for every interest! Afterschool Arts Program Volunteers If you love beng around children and being apart of the creative process, you will enjoy being apart of our Afterschool Program. You will have the joy of watching children grow and learn and listening to their unique take on the world!
Our wonderful intern Mia Palmiero with Recycled Art Creations! If you enjoy chatting, meeting new people, and engaging with the public you may enjoy being a gallery docent. You will learn about the historic art collection at the gallery from our knowledgeable curator, Phillip Roberstson and soon be an expert on TW Wood! We are looking for volunteers to participate in our volunteer docent program.
Installation Team If you love being around art and handling art, being apart of our installation team is where you may belong. Plus pizza is served!!
Internship Our interns get to experience all aspects of the gallery from afterschool programs and camps to learning the world of gallery administration, receptions, installation with an introduction to museum level art management.
Stop by, call or email us at email@example.com at the Gallery to learn more about being a vital part of the community at the TW Wood Gallery through volunteer opportunities!
Want to keep art alive in Central Vermont?
You can make sure art has a place in Central Vermont by joining the Education Committee at the T.W. Wood Gallery. We need your help! The Gallery and an inspiring group of volunteers are working hard to provide arts educational opportunities for children and adults. We try to provide a wide selection of opportunities. For children, we offer day camps, summer camps and after school programs. For adults, we offer various art workshops such as painting, drawing, collage, tea ceremonies and more. In the future, we hope to offer art-related bus trips, street art with families, and more. The ideal volunteer is creative, appreciates art, and has interest or experience designing classes and educational offerings. Our education committee of 4 members meets about 4 times per year and communicates primarily by email. Your contribution to the team might include finding out the cost of paint supplies, researching interesting art exhibit for bus trips, networking with artists who could teach a workshop, or brainstorming ideas about new classes and activities. Just a few hours of your time would help tremendously. This is a wonderful opportunity to collaborate with an energizing group of volunteers, to make a difference in your community, and to connect with the unique work and collections of the T.W. Wood Gallery.
Contact: Margaret Coleman, Executive Director Kate Ruddle, Exhibitions Manager 802-262-6035 firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, noon-4
Location CENTER FOR ARTS AND LEARNING 46 Barre Street, Montpelier, VT 05602
The T.W. Wood Gallery mission is to preserve our artistic heritage and to bring the best of today's art to Central Vermont.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Bertil Agell, Elliott Bent, Glen Coburn-Hutcheson, John Landy, Therese Mageau, Kyle Martell, Linda Paradee, Phillip Robertson, Sarah Rosenthal, Tiffany Smith, and Littleton Tyler