Volunteer with InLiquid

Volunteer with InLiquid

Ongoing Opportunity

Volunteer with InLiquid

Volunteering is one of the easiest ways to support InLiquid! InLiquid seeks volunteers on an as-needed basis for events, mailings, and more. Check back here often to find updated opportunities, or contact us for more information.

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

Which volunteer shift do you want the most?

Hanging in the VIP tent with bands.
Snagging event photos to be published on the site.
Executing your skills in strategy and building during set-up and breakdown
Whatever it is, your help lets you be the art fan that makes art happen!

We need plenty of volunteers on our biggest event of the summer, Art for the Cash Poor, on Saturday, June 1, 2019, from the hours of 8 AM to 8 PM.

We are also in need of volunteers for our big Kickoff Party for Art for the Cash Poor that doubles as a joint benefit for the AIDS Fund on May 30th (times and location TBA). 

InLiquid’s Art for the Cash Poor is an annual summer sale that operates under the premise that everyone can be an art collector. In 1999, the event began as an exposition of quality work at affordable prices, with everything from jewelry, paintings, photography, fashion, and ceramic ware priced at $199 and under.

This one-day art fair allows attendees to navigate a space bursting with art vendors, live musical performances, culinary curiosities, and an outdoor beer garden. The addition of a ticketed kickoff party serves as a meet-and-greet with the artists and a fundraiser for AIDS Fund, giving guests an exclusive sneak peek at the festivities to follow.

To volunteer by helping with fundraising, office tasks, exhibitions, or other administrative positions, please see our Internships page or contact by email or 215.235.3405.

Sam Koren
Sam Koren
Golden Key Prints (Scott Holford)
Golden Key Prints (Scott Holford)
Colorful, minimalist  still-life paintings created with a palette knife, which leaves a distinctive texture.  Incisions and scrapings, along with pencil and oil pastel marks, trace the creation of the work over time. Light and shadow are key elements in these abstracted scenes of everyday life.  Working over multiple sessions result in traces of previous versions and iterations which allow the viewer to engage in the work on multiple levels.
Melissa Husted-Sherman
Melissa Husted-Sherman

Colorful, minimalist still-life paintings created with a palette knife, which leaves a distinctive texture. Incisions and…

Colorful, minimalist still-life paintings created with a palette knife, which leaves a distinctive texture. Incisions and scrapings, along with pencil and oil pastel marks, trace the creation of the…

Colorful, minimalist still-life paintings created with a palette knife, which leaves a distinctive texture. Incisions and scrapings, along with pencil and oil pastel marks, trace the creation of the work over time. Light…

These paintings are a result of an intimate process of creating. These works are meditative, reflective, physical, emotional and spiritual.
TJ Walsh
TJ Walsh

These paintings are a result of an intimate process of creating. These works are meditative, reflective, physical, emotional…

These paintings are a result of an intimate process of creating. These works are meditative, reflective, physical, emotional and spiritual. …

These paintings are a result of an intimate process of creating. These works are meditative, reflective, physical, emotional and spiritual. …

Phyllis Anderson has been painting for nearly three decades, exploring process and outcome, meaning and metaphor.  She approaches her work like a lab experiment, a set of steps to see what will happen. Her painting process usually begins with a thick underpainting using a carefully chosen color (a color of influence!) which is left intentionally visible at the edges.
Phyllis Anderson
Phyllis Anderson

Phyllis Anderson has been painting for nearly three decades, exploring process and outcome, meaning and metaphor. She approaches…

Phyllis Anderson has been painting for nearly three decades, exploring process and outcome, meaning and metaphor. She approaches her work like a lab experiment, a set of steps to see what will happen.…

Phyllis Anderson has been painting for nearly three decades, exploring process and outcome, meaning and metaphor. She approaches her work like a lab experiment, a set of steps to see what will happen. Her painting process…

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