Support Lane County’s Vibrant Arts Community—Become a Board Member!
Lane Arts Council seeks 1 – 2 new board members.
If you have a passion for the arts—including visual, performing, literary, theater, and tech/media arts—please consider joining the Lane Arts Council board today. To build on our board’s cultural diversity and to be inclusive across Lane County, we encourage applications from a wide variety of demographics, including but not limited to mid-career professionals, young professionals, college students, Native/Indigenous, Black, Latino/a/x, Asian/Pacific Islander, and LGBTQIA+ members of the community.
Board service requires a passion for the arts, the willingness to serve on one or more board committees, attend monthly meetings, assist with fundraising and/or donor recognition, ensure sound fiscal management of the organization, promote and attend programs and events, and make monthly or annual contributions within your capacity.
Currently, we are prioritizing candidates with a special interest in enabling equitable access to arts education for a diverse set of people and ensuring that our programs and events are inclusive and accessible for all. We’re especially interested in recruiting those with an interest in engaging in arts fundraising, development, and nonprofit financial management.
To be considered for membership on the board, please complete the Lane Arts Council application form and submit your resume to Stacey Ray at Stacey@LaneArts.org no later than Monday, April 17th, 2023.
The Nominating Committee will review applications and meet with candidates between April 17th and May 3rd.
About Lane Arts Council—Lane Arts Council, founded in 1976, is a nonprofit organization with the mission to cultivate strong and creative arts communities in Lane County. Lane Arts Council supports local artists and arts organizations, provides arts education programs in schools, and provides platforms for arts programming such as the First Friday ArtWalk. Learn more at www.lanearts.org