Thank you to our amazing volunteers who are willing to help with this year's Spirit & Place Festival. We couldn't do it without you!
What does volunteering for the November Festival involve?
Opening Night: Intersections! (4)
Free street parking along Delaware and surrounding side streets
Explore Art-omotive! (2)
Enter at Gate 2 and park in the museum parking lot.
Niki’s Honor: Violence Against Girls & Women Must Stop (2)
Two Truths & A Lie: The Intersection of Fact & Fiction (2)
Crossing: A Neighborhood Walkway (2)
Park in the EAST overflow lot across College Ave. from the library. NOTE: This is an outdoor event occurring in the WEST parking lot off of 42nd & Broadway.
Reimagining the Spiritual Text Through Watercolor (2)
NOTE: Volunteers will not be given art supplies. All campus parking is free/no tags needed.
The Intersection of Equity, Land, & Power (2)
A Dance of Wisdom Tales & Tunes (2)
Pain & Purpose: The Intersection of Parenting & Addiction (2)
Parking is not reimbursed. Estimated $6-$8 for campus parking.
Bringing Science to Life: Exploring the Intersection of Medical Ethics & Literature (2)
Park in library garage, Volunteer Captain will have parking voucher.
Hummus & Happiness (2)
A Crossroad of Nations (2)
The Score Awakens (2)
Parking will be reimbursed for up to $10 (receipts needed!). Suggested parking is Mall Garage or Express Parking Garage off Penn for $6-$10.
Where Freedoms Collide (2)
Parking lot space is limited, please use street parking and allow attendees to use the lot.
Race Matters: Faith & Philanthropy in the African American Community (2)
Crossroads of America: Living Up to Our State’s Motto (2)
At the Intersection of Walkability and Identity (2)
Mapping Lost Intersections (2)
Bridging the Divide: Finding Common Ground (2)
Lonesome No More Through Faith Communities (2)
Jewish and … (2)
INspired to Give: Women, Faith, & Philanthropy (2)
Listening for How We Hear (2)
From Auschwitz to Indiana: Medical Ethics through History with Eva Kor
Afrofuturism in Action: A Conversation with Tobias Buckell (2)
Convergence: Connecting our Shared Experience through Performance & Prose (2)
Where Time Ends and Eternity Begins (2)
A limited number of metered parking spaces are available on campus. Free street parking is available in the neighborhood. Garage parking can be found at the Sunset Avenue Garage near Clowes Hall (6-8 minute walk to venue) & cannot be reimbursed ($3-$4).
Public Conversation with Zeynep Tufekci (2)
Volunteers will be provided with a 1/2 price parking voucher (normally $10) for the State Museum Garage. Volunteers will be responsible for the $5 to park.