Do you want to volunteer?
Would you be interested in learning some valuable skills while assisting in the growth of the arts locally? We have lots of opportunities and volunteering is a great way of gaining experience and building your CV.
Joining in a Community Chat or Community Panel
Our projects are designed with the community in mind, so we need your voices to help us shape the programme and individual projects. We currently have an opportunity for Black/African/Caribbean/Black British people living in Wellingborough to give us their views about a potential Black Cultural Project in their area and an opportunity in Corby to join the Connecting Corby panel. Sign up for our newsletter below to find out when we are recruiting volunteers for community panels as you could be involved in creating extraordinary art and event with the help of mentors, professional artists and the local community.
Helping to spread the word about our opportunities
Being an Arts Ambassador can be done as simply as sharing our opportunities online from the comfort of your sofa! From time to time we also ask for help with distributing posters, leaflets or brochures to help reach YOUR community and share the work we are doing. Please feel free to join our volunteer Arts Ambassadors facebook group to keep up to date with our opportunities.
Volunteering at an event
As part of our work, Made With Many host large events where we may need some help from the community. By staying up to date with what we do, you may be able to assist in some exciting projects. You’ll get some great experience, learn new skills and have fun, all whilst helping more people to enjoy the arts. We do not currently have any event volunteering opportunities due to COVID19 restrictions, however, if you are interested in volunteering in the future please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting the team
If you’re interested in getting involved in the arts, why not join us at our Open Access session, What Next? or Arts Networking events? (new dates to be announced)
Setting up your own creative community project
For people who are interested in setting up their own creative community project we can offer information advice and guidance through our Cultivate Programme.