Anyone can be an MMoCA Volunteer! Enthusiastic volunteers are vital to the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art; they complement, support, and expand our successful, wide-ranging programs and events. Tell your friends, family, and co-workers and get in on the fun together today.
Through its volunteer programs, MMoCA has an opportunity for every interest. The museum regularly seeks volunteers for a variety of positions related to special event staffing and planning, office support, and library support. Volunteers greet guests at MMoCA Openings, grill brats and hot dogs at Art Fair on the Square in July, work admissions at the winter MMoCA Art & Gift Fair, assist with mailings, and provide invaluable support for countless other tasks throughout the year.
To receive more information and opportunities, click here and sign up to receive our Volunteer Notes e-newsletter (Select MMoCA Subscription Option “Volunteer Notes”).
Bookmark our iVolunteer link and to review all current MMoCA volunteering opportunities at anytime. Feel free to sign up for anything that piques your interests!
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If you would like us to keep you in mind for special projects that match your specific skills or interests please fill out the volunteer application by clicking below.
You can also simply sign-up for current general opportunities on iVolunteer.
You are NOT required to fill out the application before you sign up for a specific opportunity using iVolunteer. The information provided in the application will be sent to the volunteer coordinator, they will contact you if an opportunity arises that may be a good fit for you!
MMoCA’s docents share their knowledge and enthusiasm to help visitors gain insight into art, and are a vital part of the museum’s efforts to provide experiences that educate, reflect, and inspire. Docents lead tours of MMoCA’s exhibitions for children and adults, and involve tour participants in lively discussions about the art on view. Above all, they encourage group members to look closely at works of art and find meaning through interpretation of a work of art’s subject, materials, and style.