The Art Center offers a variety of art classes and summer camps for the artist in every child, from preschoolers to teens. Classes are offered for every interest and skill level in a broad range of media: drawing, painting, ceramics, mixed media, and digital photography. Classes are taught by professional art instructors and this fall will be outdoors and in-person or virtual.
Our ceramics instructors need in-person volunteer assistants to help participants, prep materials, and assist with classroom management in our outdoor classrooms. This is a wonderful chance to work with a small group of children and experience creative curriculum designed by a professional artist. Instructors, volunteers, and students will practice social distancing and wear masks. Classes will be no large than 8 participants.
Fingerprinting required for these positions. Contact Grace Pegan Abusharkh, Director of Volunteer Engagement, for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Palo Alto Art Center is your place to discover art. See, make, and be inspired because everyone is an artist. Created by the community, for the community in 1971, the Palo Alto Art Center provides an accessible and welcoming place to engage with art. We serve approximately 90,000 people every year through a diverse range of programs.
The Palo Alto Art Center is owned and operated by the City of Palo Alto as a program of the Division of the Arts and Sciences, Department of Community Services. The Palo Alto Art Center Foundation was founded in 1971 and is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that proves financial support and advocacy to the Art Center through a public/private partnership that allows us to enhance our reach and impact in the community.