Volunteer Information

Shoreline Arts Festival – Our Biggest Event of the Year!
Take pART in your community.

The Shoreline Arts Festival simply could not happen without a team of volunteers that help bring it to life. It’s our largest event of the year taking place the last weekend in June. Admission is free for this two-day festival and features art exhibits, youth art, an artist marketplace, cultural rooms, hands-on art, performances, a food court and various activities to promote the arts.


Art In-Take Days: Wednesday, June 13 or Monday, June 18
Set-up: Thursday, June 21 or Friday, June 22
During the Festival: Saturday, June 23 or Sunday, June 24

We need help with set-up and exhibit installation, info tables, hands-on art, exhibit room sitters, clean-up & more! We have 200+ shifts we need to fill for the event.

For questions or help with confirming a Festival shift, please contact Kelly Lie, outreach@shorelinearts.net.






Volunteer Coordinator:  Kelly Lie, artsed@shorelinearts.net or 206-417-4645

Volunteer FAQ

Can I get school volunteer credit for volunteering at the Shoreline Arts Festival?
Absolutely. Bring your school volunteer hour log with you and we’ll sign it when you check out after your shift.

Can I be in the shade?
Yes, many of our volunteer shifts are indoors, or in the shade. Take a look at the 100+ volunteer shifts available for the Shoreline Arts Festival at Volunteer Spot and you should find something right up your alley.

How long are volunteer shifts?
It varies. Most shifts are two-three hours, and sometimes volunteers choose to participate in back-to-back shifts. Take a look at the 100+ volunteer shifts available at Volunteer Spot and you should find something that will fit your schedule.

Where do I check-in to volunteer?
Volunteers check-in at the Arts Council’s main office for all shifts. Light refreshments will be provided for volunteers in the main office as well.