Volunteers play an integral role at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. There are many opportunities to help the Museum, all tailored to the interest of the individual. Volunteer opportunities have a flexible time commitment, so choosing a position that fits your schedule is easy.
If you are interested in becoming a docent, please complete the online form.
General Volunteer Opportunities
Welcome (Front Desk)
In the foyer, volunteers greet the public, direct visitors, and answer questions about current programs.
A.N.T.s (Assistance Needed Today)
This group works together to help with Museum mailings and large clerical projects.
Volunteers support the ongoing activities of the Museum, assisting staff with behind-the-scenes office or event projects.
Special Event Opportunities
Native American Family Day
This spring event celebrates the Poarch Band of Creek Indians and their heritage.
Held the first weekend in May, the Flimp Festival is the Museum’s annual celebration of creativity and fun held in the beautiful Blount Cultural Park.
The Military Open House
The annual open house for our military community is the Museum’s gift to our servicemen and women in Montgomery.
A pre-holiday celebration and sale of art and crafts from the region.
Art Auction and Bazaar d’Art
Every year the Museum holds a fundraising event featuring the sale of art for the benefit of the Museum’s programs.
Holiday Open House
Our winter holiday celebration featuring musical performances and lots of homemade cookies.
The docent volunteer program is a year-long program within the Museum’s education department that prepares docents to present adult tours, school tours, studio activities, ArtWorks presentations, and outreach programs. Click here to learn more.
For more information about volunteering at the Museum, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 334.625.4349.