The Harlem Arts Festival presents multi-disciplinary performances in venues throughout Harlem, culminating in a free annual festival that takes place in Marcus Garvey Park at the Richard Rodgers amphitheater the last weekend of June each year. The festival also produces arts-related discussion forums, educational workshops, performance opportunities and activities throughout the year and during the festival. The goal of the Harlem Arts Festival is to fuel the cultural and artistic prosperity of our neighborhood.In only 3 years, the Harlem Arts Festival has showcased more than 115 artists on its multiple stages. HAF has garnered press from media outlets such as ABC News, The New York Times, Time Out New York, The New York Daily News, The Village Voice, Amsterdam News, Flavorpill, and more. Attendance has grown exponentially since its founding in 2012, with more than 5,000 attendees in 2014 alone. The 2014 festival marked a year of impressive partnerships and growth: the festival expanded its programming to three days, co-presented its Opening Night Party with Revive Music, and worked with Jazz at Lincoln Center to present its Jazz for Young People on Tour program.We recognize the significant momentum and energy uptown, and the Harlem Arts Festival represents the bridge between the artistic legacy that Harlem is known for, and the artists taking a contemporary look at what happens here today.Listed below are the current available positions at the Harlem Arts Festival. We are looking for people with a range of skills and availability on a number of dates. Interested volunteers should complete the volunteer application here. Please email us at email@example.com. We will be in touch with you once we have received your materials!