The PCAC has many opportunities for the community to get involved in our organization through volunteering. Volunteers serve on our Board of Directors, provide hospitality for exhibits and special events, present artwork in our schools, plan special interest programs, and organize service and community outreach efforts. The following are current volunteer offerings. If you would like to learn more about how you can make a difference by sharing your time and talents (or funding, of course!), please email firstname.lastname@example.org or Board President Flossie Ernzen email@example.com.
Throughout the school year – Photograph events
March 7, 2023, 12:30pm in the PCAC Main Art Gallery - Docent/Guide Volunteer Training
Learn all about the DIA+Plymouth Partnership in Public Art sculpture in front of the Wilcox House and then sign up to share what you know during downtown Plymouth events like the Farmer's Market, festivals, and concerts. Designed by Vito J. Valdez and gifted to our city, "Plymouth: City At The Crossroads" serves as a symbol of Plymouth's past, present and future. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register
April 22, 2023 - Michigan Blue! Join us for Earth Day at the Spring Artisan Market for a community art project in downtown Plymouth's Kellogg Park - email email@example.com to sign up to help as we partner with Michigan Legacy Art Park to make components for their permanent art installation at Crystal Mountain in Thompsonville, MI
Throughout the school year – AEP Presenter at your PCCS, local charter and private schools. We will help you contact the coordinator at your school and provide training for in-class presentations. Presenter must be a parent, grandparent or guardian of a current student at the school. Program generously sponsored by Community Financial Credit Union
Monthly Hospitality @ Exhibit Openings
PCAC Board of Directors
We are currently recruiting new Board Members to join our team of community leaders. Member meetings are on the 4th Wednesday of the month. Membership in the PCAC is required, along with sharing your ideas regarding our future operations, events, expansion, fundraising, development and identifying opportunities for meaningful partnerships in our community.
April, Taste of Plymouth Onsite PCAC representatives cruise the scene at St. John’s and network on behalf of our organization
Landscaping, seasonal outdoor yard work, plantings, weeding, yard clean up
Painting & maintenance, Exterior ramps
October - Create our Fall Scarecrow (onsite by front door)
November - Design our Winter Holiday Art Tree
*Volunteer Sign-up and background check forms required for PCAC youth event volunteers