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Art-A-Whirl Volunteer Event!

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Art-A-Whirl, presented by Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association (NEMAA), is the largest open studio and gallery event in the country. In order to ensure future funding and support for this important Twin Cities arts event, data will be collected on all Art-A-Whirl visitors, and your help is needed to make this possible!

Volunteers are needed May 18th, 19th, and 20th to be stationed around Northeast Minneapolis all weekend to hand out and collect "Art-A-Whirl Passports". These passes will allow for event staffers to count visitors and gather important information. At least 100 volunteers to make this happen.

You will meet new people, see cool art, have fun, and be working for an important cause!

To sign up to volunteer, please follow these two steps:

1. Fill out this form

2. Sign up for one or more time slots on this spread sheet

Need to know Information for Volunteers is included below:

All volunteers will need to attend a one hour orientation on on of the following dates & times:
May 2nd at 6pm
May 3rd at 10am
May 12th at 10am.

All Orientations will be located at:
California Building, NEMAA Office
2205 California St. NE, Suite 118
Minneapolis, MN 55418

Please make sure to enter through entrance with green awning facing California St, off the corner of 23rd Ave.

All volunteers will receive a free Arts District T-shirt and lots of gratitude!

For questions about the event or registration process, please contact Louise Jensen (, NEMAA board member and volunteer coordinator.

For more information about Art-A-Whirl and NEMAA visit

This is a student project being conducted by the Minnesota Evaluation Studies Institute. Visit for more information.

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