Ybor City, FL – The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts (FMoPA) is seeking dedicated and passionate volunteers to assist the museum as it continues its mission to preserve photography’s cultural heritage and promote photographic art. Reliable individuals who share enthusiasm for this captivating medium are needed.
At FMoPA, belief in the power of photography to tell stories, evoke emotions, and inspire change, is deeply held. Volunteers at the museum will have the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of photography while contributing to the essential work of the institution. Whether individuals are seasoned photography enthusiasts or just beginning to explore this art form, there is a place for them on the team.
Volunteers are sought for the following roles:
● Museum Greeter: Attend the front desk and help bring a comforting and professional feel when visitors enter FMoPA.
● Event Volunteer: Join FMoPA for Opening receptions, fundraising events, and more. Help in distributing light refreshments, taking pictures, and whatever else is needed on the day of events.
Those interested in volunteering at FMoPA are invited to contact Simone Leal at Membership@fmopa.org or call (813) 221-2222.
About the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts
Florida Museum of Photographic Arts (FMoPA) is dedicated to exhibiting important photographic art as central to contemporary life and culture. FMoPA also enriches the community by operating outreach programs to educate children and adults. FMoPA is one of fewer than 10 museums in the United States dedicated exclusively to photography and one of two such museums in Florida. In addition, the museum is home to high-impact community programs such as the Children’s Literacy Through Photography program for at-risk children and adult photography classes, workshops, and children’s summer camps. FMoPA’s move to historic Ybor City promises growth and a new and dynamic environment to showcase its extensive collection and host exhibitions from acclaimed photographers. More information is available at www.FMoPA.org and (813)221-2222.