Join the Pratt family - Become a volunteer!
Periodically Pratt Fine Arts Center has a need for volunteers to help with our events, including our Open House, Holiday Art Sale, Annual Fine Art Auction, and more.
Volunteers may help with mailings and data entry, set-up and break-down of events and various tasks during events.
If you are interested in joining our team, please contact Pratt at 206.328.2200.
Photographer: Pratt is looking for flexible, experienced photographers to capture the energy of our classes and events throughout the year at Pratt. Assignment hours vary with each project, but flexible availability is appreciated. Applicants should have strong customer service skills, an interest in art, and be independent and reliable. Please send your work samples to Lindsay Walter.
Pratt Fine Arts Center is excited to announce the creation and launch of a new Volunteer Program: Pratt Points! The Pratt Points Volunteer Program is our way of saying Thank You - to you, our dedicated volunteers. It is because of volunteers like you that we are able to offer all of our dynamic programming and special events like the Pratt Open House, One Hot Night and the Holiday Arts Sale.
As a member of this special rewards program, you will receive Points based on the amount of time you are able to dedicate to Pratt. These Points can be saved up and used to participate in classes, workshops and rental time at Pratt Fine Arts Center. Points can be used for any classes offered here at Pratt. Each class has been given a Point Value
Not a Pratt Points Volunteer … yet?
Becoming a Pratt Points Volunteer is a fantastic opportunity for members of the Pratt community who want to become more involved on a regular basis. Because you and your fellow artists here at Pratt depend on the professional and unique skills that our Pratt Points Volunteer’s provide, each position is different and specific to each studio or administrative office. See the list of available Volunteer opportunities below and find one that fits your talents!
As always, there is some red tape: