CRANFORD, NJ – Do you like working with artists, teachers and students? The Union County Teen Arts Festival provides an opportunity for volunteers to get involved.
The Union County Teen Arts Festival is a two-day celebration of the arts. It is held annually at Union County College in Cranford and is sponsored by the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders through the Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs in the Department of Parks and Recreation.
This year’s Teen Arts Festival is scheduled for Thursday and Friday, March 15 and March 16. The event is open to all students from public, charter, private and parochial middle and high schools in Union County.
“Nearly 3,500 students participate in performances, critiquing seminars, master classes and workshops with a staff of 55 professional artists in every discipline – visual art, music, creative writing, theater and dance,” said Freeholder Chairman Sergio Granados.
“Volunteers are needed to assist artists with workshops, manage performance sites and staff information stations,” said Freeholder Bruce H. Bergen, who serves as the Freeholder Liaison on the Cultural and Heritage Advisory Board. “Volunteers get to experience the great creative work our kids are doing. It’s a lot of fun for everyone involved!”
If you are interested in any of these activities, contact the Union County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs at 633 Pearl Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 07202. Telephone: 908-558-2550; NJ Relay Users call 711. Or e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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