You Can Help — Museum Volunteers
Volunteers play an integral role at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. You will find all types of opportunities to help the Museum, all tailored to the interest of the individual. Volunteer opportunities have very flexible time commitments so choose a position that fits your schedule.
Volunteers are trained to effectively interpret the Museum's collections and exhibitions and provide unique learning experiences in the studios and ARTWORKS, the Museum’s interactive gallery for children. The word “docent” means teaching tour guide. The Docent Program is a comprehensive program for the volunteer who has an interest in visual arts and would like to learn more about art. No art or teaching background is necessary. You will learn all you need to know and how to effectively lead tours for visitors of all ages.
A.N.T.S. (Assistants Needed Today)
This group of volunteers enjoys the congeniality of working together regularly to help with Museum mailings.
Volunteer Resources/Special Events
The Museum sponsors numerous events for which volunteer help is needed, among them are the Flimp Festival in May, Military Open House in August, and Holiday Open House in December. In addition, these volunteers help with general office duties on a schedule that fits individual requirements of the volunteer.
First Impression volunteers work at the Information Desk serving as information specialists and hosts to Museum visitors.
Help to recruit and retain Museum members through and Museum events.
If you would like to help, contact the Volunteer Coordinator, at 334.240.4333 or filling out the Volunteer Form.