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Volunteers work at the beautiful campus of the Lucas Artists Residency Program in the 176-acre Montalvo Arts Center park in Saratoga, California
Parameters of ONGOING VOLUNTEER POSITION
The Lucas Artists Residency Program at Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga, California seeks volunteers with facilities management and generalist skills in addressing buildings, grounds and mechanical issues to help us maintain our state-of-the-art residency campus. Facilities Management Team Volunteers will assist our facilities staff in diagnosing and addressing facilities issues including basic repairs, paint touch-up, appropriate floor maintenance and refinishing, air conditioning, basic wiring and plumbing, creating systems for inventory of supplies, keeping our cars and equipment maintained, and the many other issues that come up in our 10 artist apartments/studios, culinary kitchen and dining commons. The Lucas Artists Program campus is celebrating its 10 th anniversary this year and the facilities are in good condition. It’s a beautiful campus and a peaceful place to spend your volunteer hours.
This is an unpaid volunteer position that requires facilities management and generalist skills in addressing buildings, grounds and mechanical issues. While this position requires a minimum 3-6-month commitment and 5-15 hours per week, we hope to find individuals who are looking for a long-term relationship with our organization and would like to play an ongoing role alongside our dedicated team in supporting up to 60 artists a year at an internationally-recognized artist residency program.
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About The Lucas Artists Residency Program
The Lucas Artists Residency Program (LAP) at Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga, Californiaoffers national and international artists from a range of disciplines an environment conducive to individual and collaborative creative practice. Seeking to stimulate an energetic exchange of ideas between culturally diverse artists and across varied artistic fields and scholarly disciplines, the residency has earned international recognition as a model of curatorial practice supporting the development of new and challenging contemporary work. http://montalvoarts.org/programs/residency