Contribute to Renfrew County’s vibrant arts and social justice communities, spend time with amazing people, and gain festival experience and knowledge by volunteering for the Pathways of Resistance Arts Festival produced by ReDefine Arts and Ottawa Valley Community Arts.
The Pathways of Resistance Arts Festival will bring together artists from the Ottawa Valley and beyond to activate themes of community, collaboration, and social justice during a full-day festival in Killaloe Pathways Park on August 26th, 2023, with pop-up events on August 21, 23 & 24. Festival highlights include art workshops, musical performances, and community activities for all.
We are seeking volunteers ages 14 and up to fill three different volunteer roles: Engagement Guides, Flexi, and Greeters.
Engagement Guide Volunteers will assist with community member access and artist support. Flexi Volunteers will take on various roles to support pre-festival needs and/or festival operations. Greeter Volunteers will play integral roles as registration checkers, and/or information representatives at the main entrance and festival tents. All volunteer roles play a key part in the Pathways of Resistance Arts Festival.
Interested and have more questions? Visit the Volunteer FAQ.
This new multi-disciplinary arts festival is produced by ReDefine Arts and Ottawa Valley Community Arts (OVCAOS), with support from co-producing partners Community Resource Centre/Survivor Advocacy Support Initiative (CRC/SASI) and Township of Killaloe Hagarty Richards, and community partners Women’s Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County (WSAC) and EVA-Ending Violence Against Women Renfrew County.