Volunteering at Artist Trust is an exciting, rewarding, and memorable experience. Our year-round opportunities include serving on a standing committee, contributing content to the Artist Trust blog, acting as an outreach and community liaison, and assisting with special events including our annual benefit auction. Connect with Washington State’s art community and volunteer with us today!

As an Artist Trust volunteer, you can expect:

  • volunteer shifts that run approximately 3-5 hours
  • an enriching experience while being treated with courtesy and respect
  • a behind-the-scenes look at how a nonprofit organization is run
  • to work with a team of professionals that enjoy supporting the arts as much as you do
  • to make new friends and connections
  • to have fun while engaging in hard, meaningful work

Current Volunteer Opportunities:

Standing Committees of the Board

Volunteers serving on standing committees of the board support the work of Artist Trust’s Board of Directors, help chart organizational strategy, bring friends and funds to Artist Trust, and make sure our business is running smoothly. Our current committees are Auction, Finance, Stewardship, Strategic Vision, and Campaign for a Creative Future.

Questions? Contact Luther at luther@artisttrust.org.

Artist Trust Benefit Art Auction 

Volunteering is a wonderful way to support our Auction, and volunteers receive a free year’s membership to Artist Trust and an invitation to our volunteer appreciation party. The Auction will take place on Saturday, March 28, 2020 at Seattle Center’s Fisher Pavilion. There are several positions available! 

Want to volunteer for the Auction? Contact Luther at luther@artisttrust.org


The Internship Program at Artist Trust offers part-time (12-20 hours a week), six-month internships twice a year. It is best suited for aspiring arts administrators seeking to gain entry-level experience in the nonprofit and arts and culture sector. Applicants need not be enrolled in or a graduate of a college degree program. Current students may be eligible to earn academic credit through their individual institutions. All internships are unpaid, but a $1,000 stipend (unless contracted through a university as a work study student) will be awarded to the intern after successful completion of the six-month internship.

There no internship opportunities at this time. 

Get Involved

We work hard serving thousands of individual artists across Washington State each year, but we can’t do it without you! Learn how you can support artists year-round.