the junction where the arts and community meet


To All Our Makers and Volunteers – Health care workers and first responders need you!

The WW Arts Council’s volunteers have made over 230 face masks and we are still counting!  Plus, countless others have helped put together materials and supplies (including washing and ironing fabric) for kits to make the masks.

We are teaming up with the Facebook group Mercer Mask Project to meet the incredible need for face masks.

Now is the time to take action and WWAC will make it easy for you.

Please fill our our form, to let us know how we can help you get started AND to log your face mask donation, by clicking HERE

Join a group of dedicated volunteers who believe in the transformative power of the arts.

The more you get involved, the more the experience becomes a part of you and enriches your life!  Let us know what you enjoy or would like to offer. We have plenty of opportunities for both youth and adult volunteers to participate.

Dynamic Leaders Wanted: Make a difference in the community while having fun! The West Windsor Arts Council is seeking adult volunteers who are passionate about the arts in our community and want to make a difference by serving on a board committee. Volunteer committee members help shape the direction of the organization and there is potential for board membership.

For National Volunteer Week, the Arts Council recognizes over 120 individuals dedicated to the arts.  Learn more 

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If we are able to have camp in the arts center, new camp counselors will be needed. Accepting applications for Summer 2020 Camp Counselors.

Students, aged 13 to 18, volunteer on a regular basis for events, projects, and more.

Adult volunteer opportunities include event planning committees, board committees, and exhibition committee, among others.

The West Windsor Arts Council was established as an IRS designated 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in 2002. The WWAC is not affiliated with any local, county, or state governmental agency. It has an independent volunteer board of trustees, and is registered as a charity with the State of New Jersey.