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Grant Writer & Research Volunteer

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Queer Art Fest Inc.

  • 4 people are interested

QUEER ART FEST INC. is an all volunteer run 501(c)(3) organization based in Brooklyn, NY.

We are in our first year of operation and are in need of startup funding for our 2022 Calendar of Events. We are seeking an enthusiastic volunteer with grant writing & research experience.

In addition to our Flagship Summerfest & Winterfest art fairs, we are working on our First Annual Queer Art FilmFest, dedicated to showcasing emerging Queer film makers, Queer Art FashionFest, featuring a variety of LGBTQ+ designers, as well as pop up gallery shows, book launches and music/comedy events.

We are looking for a volunteer who can perform research on potential fundraising sources and available grants, prepare and grant proposals and reports based on application requirements and submit for review.

We are based in Brooklyn, NY - however this volunteer opportunity can be performed virtually.

An ideal volunteer should:

  • Have Experience and knowledge of grant application processes.
  • Be a Skilled writer
  • Have excellent communication & organizational skills
  • Have the ability to work independently
  • Have an interest in the arts
  • Experienced with Word/Excel/Pages/Numbers etc

If you are interested in this opportunity, please send us your resume at info@queerartfest.com

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About Queer Art Fest Inc.


284 Seigel St, Brooklyn, NY 11206, US

Mission Statement

QUEER ART FEST INC. is committed to uplifting and investing in Queer artists and creators. By curating dynamic and accessible programming, we’re developing opportunities and connections that celebrate the richness of our community.


We believe it is now more important than ever to create new opportunities and platforms for independent LGBTQ+ artist and creators. We are achieving this by developing accessible programming for Queer artists across a variety of formats. Many LGBTQ+ artists & creators experience cultural bias that can make it difficult to participate in mainstream art fairs. Our events create accessible points of entry into the art world.

Our long term cultural vision is to establish a permanent space, which will be a hub for marginalized Queer creatives and a place for artists to find their intended audience.

Arts & Culture


We'll work with your schedule.


Multiple locations Brooklyn, NY 11206



  • Visual Arts
  • Arts Administration
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Donor Management
  • Community Outreach




  • Must be at least 18
  • This position does not have a set time commitment and can be arranged to best fit your needs.

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