Saturday, August 16, 2008

Volunteer Opportunities at Toronto Junction Arts Festival: September 3-7, 2008

Poster: Call to Volunteers for the Centennial celebration Toronto Junction Arts Festival 2008 by artjunction.blogspot.comPoster: Call to Volunteers for the Centennial celebration Toronto Junction Arts Festival 2008
Credit: junctionARTSfest.com
Volunteers Needed!

The Junction Arts Festival (September 3-7, 2008) needs over 100 volunteers to help make this year’s festivities possible.

Join our Street Team in one of these exciting positions:
[V] Reception and Gala Attendants
[V] Gallery Attendants
[V] Green Team members
[V] Set-up & Strike Crew
[V] Info Booth & Access Gate Staff
[V] Technical Support

Thursday, August 21, 7pm-9pm
OR
Monday, August 25, 7pm-9pm

Location:
Axis Bar and Grill
Sports Room, Downstairs
3048 Dundas Street West
(at High Park)
Snacks will be provided.

Register by RSVPing
to volunteer@junctionartsfest.com
or 416-767-5036
and let us know which of the following sessions you will be attending.
(Registration at orientation also welcomed)

Visit junctionartsfest.com/2008/volunteer for more information.

Dear Friends of the Junction,

The Junction Arts Festival 2008 is seeking the most dynamic and passionate of ambassadors' to volunteer and represent this year's festival as part of JAF Street Team 2008. Street team members play a vital role in how the festival is seen and heard by all that come to experience the excitement and magic of the street. It is our aim to make these experiences as enjoyable,
memorable, and fulfilling as possible, and we cannot do this without the help of our brilliant volunteers.

We invite you to come and be part of this visually stimulating, environmentally friendly, street festival. This year's festivities starts September 3rd with an opening night gala, Movieola movie night on the Thursday, Live music starting Friday night, headlined by David Usher on Saturday, and full street closure featuring our sensational street performers on Saturday and Sunday September 6th to the 7th.

New this year, we are also looking for charismatic members to lead and usher our exciting "green team" as part of this year's Green Village at the festival. Join us as we answer the call and endeavor to make this a greener and more environmentally friendly festival than any we've had before.

Exciting Street Team positions available:
* Reception and Gala Attendants
* Gallery Attendants
* Green Team
* Set-up & Strike Crew
* Info Booth & Access Gate Staff
* Technical Support

Time commitment: We are seeking a minimum of one five hour shift commitment as well as mandatory attendance to one of our orientation sessions.

Orientation session: Thursday August 21st at 7pm OR Monday August 25th at 7pm.

Where: Axis Bar and Grill, 3048 Dundas Street West. Snacks will be provided.

Sign up at volunteer@junctionartsfest.com

**Please Note: if you cannot make either of these sessions, please contact the office immediately so that we may make alternate arrangements; Orientation is mandatory**

If you have any further questions, concerns or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us at 416 767 5036 or visit www.junctionartsfest.com

See you in the Junction!

Sincerely,

Brenda N. Kahura
Assistant Producer

Paul Reynolds
Festival Coordinator

3042 Dundas Street West
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6P 1Z3
t: 416 767-5036
e: volunteer@junctionartsfest.com
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Volunteer Opportunities at Toronto Junction Arts Festival 2008 Centennial Celebration

links:
junctionARTSfest.com: Call to volunteers
WorkInCulture.ca: Cultural Careers Council Ontario: Call to Volunteers! Junction Arts Festival
junctionARTSfest.com: Volunteer at Junction Arts Festival
junctionartsfest.blogspot.com: Volunteering Opportunities at the Festival

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1 comment:

Toronto realtor said...

I say it over and over again but it's always very pleasing to see that people of Toronto do their best
to keep city's cultural condition on a very high degree.As a woman, who works as a Toronto realtor and
encourages art (mostly film industry in
Toronto
), I'm proud to hear about events like this. It's profitable in many ways, it entertains
people, shows our artists' talent and much more. There's nothing else but to encourage such
initiatives.Good luck with the festival and hopefully have many and many visitors. :)
Julie