Art's Work/Genetic Futures Volunteers
Volunteer needs described below. Exhibition curator Hannah Star Rogers will reach out to you shortly with more information. Thank you!
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We have a number of volunteer needs for the upcoming show, Art's Work/Genetic Futures (
). In particular, we are looking for people to be available to work directly with artists on Oct 16th and Oct 17th. Also, please share this with any students, grads or others who might be interested in helping!
Paul Vanouse will be performing his America Project and it would be helpful to have one morning volunteer (7:30 am) at the Gregg to help load the sculpture and bring it to Talley; another volunteer is needed for set-up in Talley, and a final person is needed to help with the cleaning and breakdown of the piece after his talk ends at 3pm.
More about these events is here:
Joe Davis will be performing a new artwork at the D.H. Hill Library called Lucky Mice. Someone with animal experience (as there will be a mouse on hand) who could be added to the experimental protocol is especially sought. We also need someone with a car to pick up Davis from his hotel and to bring him back to the Gregg with the mouse cage following the performance (and then on to his hotel).
More info here:
Symposium volunteers are needed to help with the sign-in table and conference set up. We will need 2 people from 8:15-12 at the Gregg Museum and another 2 people from 2-5 at the D.H. Hill Library.
More info here:
I'm interested in helping with:
Oct. 16, 7:30 AM - Help load America Project @ Talley
Oct. 16, 9 AM - Help set-up America Project @ Talley
Oct. 16, 3 PM - Help break-down America Project @ Talley
Oct. 17, 10 AM- 4 PM - Lucky Mice experimental protocol @ D.H. Hill Jr. Library
Oct. 17, 5 PM - Transport artist + mouse cage to Gregg Museum to/from library and hotel
Oct. 18, 8 AM-2 PM - Symposium set-up and sign-in table @ Gregg Museum
Oct. 18, 2-5 PM - Symposium set-up and sign-in table @ DH Hill Jr Library
Misc- Anything else that comes up!
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