There are over 300 volunteers that support the museum with the gift of time. Before COVID-19, volunteers were active in most of the Museum’s operations, and they have remained a constant source of encouragement, inspiration, and community feedback. The Crocker hosts regular Volunteer Meet-Ups, and we are thrilled to be able to continue to communicate with our volunteers on a regular basis.

Current Volunteers:

If you are a current volunteer, please check the Volunteer Information Center for the latest Volunteer events or to sign up for upcoming opportunities, manage your schedule, and check your hours.

The Crocker is deeply grateful to our volunteers for their generosity and hard work. Most recently, several volunteers helped us get our Color Us Hopeful: Creativity Kits into the hands of children who have either had their art programs eliminated from schools and distance learning or have limited resources to purchase art supplies for school.

Volunteer Applicants:

We are not currently accepting new volunteers, but we invite you to check this site periodically to get updates on our volunteer program.

To join the team of Crocker volunteers, you must first attend a Volunteer Open House and undergo training. Traditionally Open Houses occur every 12 to 24 months, based on institutional needs. Due to capacity and COVID restrictions we don’t have an open house planned. However, if you would like to receive information about our next Volunteer Open House when it becomes available, click HERE.

Corporations or businesses seeking group volunteer opportunities, please contact Amalia Griego, agriego@crockerart.org, at the Crocker.

The Crocker is very excited to have a Teen Arts Council, and we are not seeking high school students in need of community service credits.

The Official Rogue Book Club

For Mental Health Month, we are taking on ​"Marbles" ​by cartoonist Ellen Forney, which explores the relationship between “crazy” and “creative.”

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Icons in Conversation: Alison Saar

Known for her powerful sculptures and prints that illuminate narratives of the African Diaspora, Saar’s work is featured in collections across the world.

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The Museum Store is Now Online!

Shop select exhibitions, show your Crocker pride with themed swag, or stock up on art supplies! All proceeds support the Crocker's educational programs.

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