“Our mission is to forge connections among visual artists in the Treasure Valley, to create opportunities for creative collaboration, and to support the artistic community.”

Volunteers wrote the mission statement above. They are the backbone of the Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance. We have an all-volunteer board of directors and each committee is made up of volunteers who create our wonderful exhibitions, respond to members’ questions, manage our bookkeeping, and facilitate our workshops. Scroll down to see current volunteer opportunities.


Thank you to our volunteers!

We wish to sincerely thank this year’s volunteers who run the board, facilitate workshops, balance our books, curate our exhibitions, provide food at our events, and answer the call when there is a need.

Thank you!


Volunteers in the Spotlight

Phaedra Mitchell

Phaedra Mitchell works on this website. She manages our Community Posts and recently collaborated with webadmin Mike Chambers to implement our new featured artist display on the Home page. Phaedra is a portrait artist and astronomical painter. To see her art, check out her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/phaedrapaints.

Thank you, Phaedra!

Brecken Sue Bird

Brecken is an illustration artist and one of the volunteers who cheerfully and efficiently accept your artwork when you drop it off at Boise State Public Radio. We couldn’t offer exhibitions at BSPR without volunteers like Brecken. You can check out her fabulous work at her new website, breckensuebird.com.

Thank you, Brecken!

Unicorn Hunt by Brecken Sue Bird


Volunteer Opportunities

By volunteering, you become an important contributor to this vibrant community. Please find below positions that are currently open.

Email Coordinator
Skills needed: experience with Google or ability to learn, in particular using gmail through a browser and managing Contacts groups
This is a volunteer job that can be done completely online but requires attention once a week or so. You will filter and redirect email received at info@treasurevalleyartistsalliance.org and, when prompted by the Membership Coordinator, manage the Contacts groups for sending email from the same email address. If you are technically inclined, this is the job for you. You are not required to serve on the Board of Directors but are invited to do so, if desired. Contact president@treasurevalleyartistsalliance.org to find out more.

 

Exhibitions Chair
Skills needed: experience with Excel and online tools, such as Google Drive, gmail, and forms managers like Wufoo; or ability to learn. Good organizational and management skills. TVAA membership and experience preferred. You will serve on the Board and act as the liaison for a team of volunteers and paid Curators who work to put on five exhibitions a year at Boise State Public Radio. The Board will assist you in marketing the calls to artists and reception events to members and to the public, while the Curators will provide the material for that marketing. You will be responsible for the ongoing relationship with Boise State Public Radio, ensuring they have what they need for insurance and radio announcements for each exhibition. If you are technically inclined, this is the job for you. You are not required to serve on the Board of Directors but are invited to do so, if desired. Contact president@treasurevalleyartistsalliance.org to find out more.

Email Exhibition Acceptance Notices
Skills needed: experience with using gmail through a browser.
You will deliver acceptance notices by email to artists who have submitted for an exhibition at Boise State Public Radio.  Contact president@treasurevalleyartistsalliance.org to find out more.