Volunteers working with ArtsEarth to better promote and engage the arts.
ArtsEarth is looking for the following volunteer positions:
San Jose, California
Miranda Caravalho is a San Jose native, born and raised. She’s primarily a theatrical artist, with her work featured in Content Magazine as a playwright and director, but since she could keep her hands steady she has always had a passion for art. When it comes to art she’s a sucker for minimalism and abstract art, but she’s also fond of painters like Edward Hopper. Miranda is passionate about the Bay Area arts scene, from seeing shows in tiny theatres to hosting a comedy open mic at her favorite cafe. What she loves most is bringing attention to the special secrets and hidden treasures the Bay Area has to offer.
After being accepted to one of the top interior design graduate programs in the country, Malaka Sanders went on to – instead – get an MBA from an unranked school. But she’s still obsessed with floor plans and collecting original, abstract art. She writes about art and business topics for ArtsEarth and BKA Content.
San Francisco, California
Natalie is a volunteer ArtsEarth contributor. She works at New Relic as an Associate Communications Specialist full time. She is a graduate from The Ohio State Univeristy and hails from Cleveland, Ohio. In her spare time, she can be found checking out new bars and restaurants, taking dance classes, learning to speak Chinese, and of course immersing herself in all of the rich art found in the San Francisco area.
San Francisco, California
Jon Bauer has devoted the last few years to combining his passion for music, travel and photography. He regularly shoots the Treasure Island Music Festival, Outside Lands, and Noise Pop as a house photographer. Jon also shoots for The Denver Post and several prominent Bay Area music blogs.
As a photographer, Lydia Bell hails from a family of several generations of artists, but she and her brother, a director of the Hollywood lights, were the first to make their passion a career. Building a successful business and studio in her hometown of Tallahassee, Florida, gave Lydia the opportunity to not only provide photographic services to clients from all walks of life, but also give back to the community in which she was raised in and her business, elleBelle, soon became well known for its philanthropy and partnerships with local, regional and national nonprofits. While staying busy with the town’s events, weddings, families, publications and other current events, Lydia still seeks time for her personal passion of travel and photographing the world’s landscapes and musicians.
- Amanda Alfonso [Writer]
- Connor Behrens [Writer]
- Scott Cronan [Photographer / Writer] Photo Gallery
- Richard Dickow, Jr. [Writer]
- Blanton Ross [Writer]