Festival of All Things Arts


We can’t do it without Volunteers!

Thank you SO Much to all the volunteers that helped out with ArtsWells 2019! It was a huge success and it is because of YOU! Please keep us in mind for next year’s festival, we would love to have you. Applications will be available by the new year.

Click here to sign back into your volunteer profile
Click here to see our volunteer opportunities

How we show our appreciation:

For 16 hours of volunteering, you get
– a festival pass
– a camping pass
– 3 meals

For 20 hours of volunteering, you get
– a festival pass
– a camping pass
– 5 meals

For 24 hours of volunteering, you get
– a festival pass
– a camping pass
– 8 meals

For 8 hours (Wells Local Residence only) of volunteering, you get
– a festival pass

*All volunteers will receive a Welcome Package which will include their lanyard. This lanyard gets you into our Appreciation Party. Just another way we like to say ‘Thanks’!


Interested in doing more? We are always accepting new members for our Festival Crew. See our “Jobs” tab in the Get Involved menu!

ArtsWells Volunteer Meal Pass

Meal Passes are available for purchase. These are limited, and no meal passes will be sold at the Festival; they must be purchased beforehand. Please contact the volunteer coordinator to purchase your pass at outreach(at)imarts.com


Comments From Past Volunteers:

“I had heaps of fun at the festival! I felt the volunteers were well treated.
The food was fantastic and I was grateful not to have to worry about it all weekend, I also really liked meeting everyone at meal times, it created unity and community.”
-Susan C.

“It was a wonderful experience volunteering for the ArtsWells Festival. The food, camping area and all the venues I worked at or checked out were fantastic. I’d like to thank you and all the other organizers for their part in a very memorable first time experience at ArtsWells.”
-Rio D.

“Thanks for the chance to work at the festival, I had a lot of fun and made many friends… See you next year!”
-Pierre J.

Photo by Chris Wagner


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