Get Involved at Springwater Studio!

As a VolunteerIMG_9080

Are you excited about community arts in East County?  Are you ready to help?

Springwater Studio appreciates reliable and dependable volunteers. We are looking for a wide range of volunteers, so please contact us with your interest and availability. PS- Volunteers also get special SWS perks!

Not sure where you fit? Here are some possibilities:


-Administrative tasks





-Springwater Guild

If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out our Volunteer Application.

Thank you for taking the time to let us know that you are willing to volunteer. We appreciate you!

As an Instructorphoto 4

Springwater Studio is always accepting applications for Instructors. Are you interested in teaching a class at Springwater Studio? Great!  Here’s what you need to know…

Springwater Studio is a community art center committed to Building Community to experience life, growth, & healing through the Creative Process.

There are many ways you can teach through the studio

As a fine arts instructor

Fine arts instructors are trained artists who have experience teaching others.  They work in mediums such as paint, ceramics, or drawing and they focus on teaching skills to their students.  Fine arts instructors are paid $30/hour for teaching time and $10/hour for set-up and clean-up time.

As a craft workshop facilitator

Craft workshop facilitators may be practitioners of a craft or they may be interested laypeople.  They may teach a crafty skill such as knitting, collage, or woodworking.  They may also guide the students in completing a craft project together.  Examples may include a workshop on making prayer beads, or a workshop on making a driftwood mobile.  Craft workshops focus on bringing people together to do something creative.  Craft workshop facilitators who are experienced instructors may be paid $30/hour for teaching time and $10/hour for set-up and clean-up time.

As a group coordinator

Group coordinators bring people together to practice a common creative or healing activity.  Examples may include bluegrass jam sessions, centering prayer groups, book groups, or crafting groups.  Group coordinators are not paid but may receive free or discounted classes from the studio.

Is your interest piqued?  Good.  Once you’ve chosen how you’d like to teach in the studio, you can fill out a class proposal form.  The class proposals are evaluated by the Springwater guild, who then puts together seasonal studio schedules.  The guild is looking especially for class proposals that:

  • Combine creativity and spirituality
  • Meet unmet needs in the community
  • Target children
  • Are interesting and creative.

Your idea doesn’t fit what we’ve described above?  No problem!  Convince us it’s worth a second look.


1. Fill out this Form


2. Send an email to letting us know you’ve filled it out.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt within one week in most cases.

If you have an idea for a class or a workshop that isn’t a good fit for Springwater Studio at the moment, you can always rent the studio and offer the class independently.  For more information on rentals, click here.