Kaddatz Galleries is seeking volunteer leaders to join its dynamic Board of Directors.
As a small organization, Kaddatz Galleries are led by hardworking staff grounded in our mission. We are growing in infrastructure and programs, and we seek dedicated individuals to contribute to our culture and collaborative efforts as we review and renew our vision for the future. We are a working board and utilize consensus processes in our decision-making. In addition to supervising and supporting staff, Board members are actively involved as ambassadors of the organization, ensuring healthy governance, strategic leadership, and financial stability.
If you answered yes to these questions, we invite you to consider applying to serve a 3 year term as a Board member of Kaddatz Galleries. We play to people’s strengths, so please send us your resume and a cover letter identifying areas of service that energize you, areas of expertise and any other pertinent information you’d like us to know. Previous board service experience is appreciated, but not required.
To apply, submit your information and relevant documents to email@example.com. Interviews will be conducted throughout the month of May with Board service terms beginning in June/July 2023. Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 218-998-4405.
About Kaddatz Galleries
The Kaddatz Galleries is a not-for-profit organization that exists to foster visual arts education and appreciation and to maintain a gallery that celebrates the work of area artists and honors the legacy of Charles Beck. The Kaddatz is in downtown Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Its main gallery presents focused exhibitions and a rotating selection of work by regional artists. Studio K, the Kaddatz's secondary gallery and community meeting space, displays smaller or more experimental bodies of work by established and emerging artists. There is never a charge to enter the galleries. Additionally, the Kaddatz regularly offers visual arts workshops and other educational opportunities to make art experiences accessible to diverse audiences and participants.