Workshop: Learn to Draw in a Day
Devote a day to drawing with master draughtswoman Mary Hendrix.
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
$75 / $60 for members
All materials included
The museum has opportunities for volunteers to get involved in dynamic and engaging programs; facilitating art experiences, working with specific audiences, providing customer service, supporting administrative tasks, and more. The CMA seeks volunteers from all backgrounds-not just those who have specific interest in the arts-to handle a variety of projects. For more information, call 803-799-2810. Already know you want to apply? Fill out this form and send it to email@example.com.
Docents are volunteers who lead insightful tours through the CMA galleries. The Docent Corps is made up of interesting people like you who share a love of art and a desire to give back to the community.
As programming continues to grow, so does the need for enthusiastic and dedicated docents to lead tours of the museum collection and traveling exhibitions. Docents also offer hands-on instruction in the museum's many studio programs.
Docent Corps members receive all of the benefits of membership, plus they can:
Annual dues are $25 plus the cost of membership. Only active museum members who are in docent training or have completed docent training are eligible for Docent Corps membership.
Admittance into the Docent Corps requires completion of docent training. The next docent training will be held in fall 2015. Details are above on this page.
"Being a docent at the Columbia Museum of Art has been a double delight for me...not only do I get to pursue an ongoing interest in art, which I never had the opportunity to study in school, but I get to do it with interesting and congenial people...many of whom have become good friends."
Susan James, President
Wendy Sturkie, Vice President
Elizabeth Levy, Secretary
Jean Prothro, Treasurer
Jane Schwantes, Studio Liaison
Cameron Vogt, Tour Liaison
Lynn Hodge, Hospitality
Judith Monteith, Travel Coordinator
Anne Bongiovanni, New Docent Coordinator