SEAF 2024 Volunteer Orientation and Q&A Sessions

Hello fabulous art lovers! Welcome to the SEAF2024 season! We’re all counting down to that fabulous weekend of sexy art in April. That means it’s time to get the word out that we need you. Yes, you! SEAF needs volunteers to get this event off the ground and into the stratosphere! First time volunteering? Long time SEAF veteran? It can still help to have an introduction. Things change year to year. Maybe you took a year off. Maybe you just heard about SEAF from a friend yesterday and have no idea where to start. Well, fear not, because we’re here to tell you about the 2024 Volunteer Orientation and Q&A Sessions!

Join other lovers-of-SEAF (and those who are just curious) for info and meeting like-minded folx as we organize and explore how everyone can help with #makingSEAFgo. We’ll review general information and let you know which volunteer roles require special training, and when those will be.

We have a number of meetings so you can join us as your schedule permits. You can register for a zoom meeting via Stranger Tickets, and links will be sent to your corresponding email. In person orientations do not require any type of ticketing, just come on down! In person events are held at Gallery Erato (309 1st Ave S Seattle, WA 98104).

SEAF is a volunteer-powered event, and we welcome, need, and celebrate all sorts of help and companionship. Not sure what you’d like to do? Not a problem. Our Festival Leads will be on hand to help you find the best spot as you join our merry band of sensualists who are out to change the world.

Can’t attend? No worries, not an issue. Volunteering signups and FAQs can be handled via the volunteer info page, email ([email protected]) or phone (206-229-2185).

All Volunteer Orientations and Q&A Sessions:

Monday, Jan 29, 7pm – via zoom (register here)
Thursday, Feb 15, 5:30pm – Gallery Erato
Monday, March 4, 6pm – via zoom (register here)
Sunday, March 17, 1pm – Gallery Erato
Saturday, April 6, 10am – Gallery Erato (with specialized trainings)
Monday, April 15, 6pm – via zoom (register here)