The Minnesota Marine Art Museum is a nonprofit art museum that engages visitors in meaningful visual art experiences through education and exhibitions that explore the ongoing and historic human relationship with water. Located in Winona, Minnesota, the purpose-built museum is located on the banks of the Mississippi River and boasts six galleries, an educational and events space, and a destination retail shop on its seven acre riverside campus. It is through this surprising diversity that MMAM is not only describing what marine art is, but pushing the boundaries of what marine art can be.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization, the Minnesota Marine Art Museum relies on thousands of annual work hours by its generous corps of volunteers. Volunteering allows you an opportunity to share your talents with the community, connect with other people who share your interest, and support MMAM’s mission. Volunteer greeters play a significant role in helping make people feel welcome as they explore the museum. They serve as gallery attendants to keep our visitors and artwork safe, answer questions and point out resources.
MMAM Volunteer Mission Statement
Minnesota Marine Art Museum volunteers love art and people. Volunteers serve as ambassadors to welcome and engage all Museum visitors. MMAM is committed to supporting volunteers, to creating opportunities for community investment and maintaining organizational transparency.