Volunteers and Supporters

As a 501c3, Kaleidoscope depends on our Board of Directors, Community Partners, Grantors and Volunteers. We appreciate their support in sharing our mission to "Enrich Lives Through Visual Arts"

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Kaleidoscope Seeks New Board Members

Do you believe that art is for everyone? Do you have time and talent to share? Kaleidoscope is looking to round out its volunteer Board of Directors with individuals who have the following talents and abilities:
--IT experience
--law experience or background
--nonprofit operations
--other board experience
The Kaleidoscope Board of Directors is a working board, and is responsible for oversight and governance of the school. Time commitment averages 5 hours per week, but ebbs and flows with various projects throughout the year

Calling all High School Students:
KSOFA Youth Board

We are seeking high school aged students to comprise a Youth Board!

Board members will volunteer at the Art School in various ways:
--Doing curriculum- and office-related tasks.
--Representing KSOFA in the community by volunteering at community events.
--Assisting with projects at the school and in the community.
Youth Board members need not be artists themselves! The ideal candidate will have a passion for the arts, a can-do attitude, a willingness to serve, and the ability to learn and grow.

Share this application with the teen in your life.

Thank you  to the Barrington Area Community Foundation!

Kaleidoscope sincerely thanks the Barrington Area Community Foundation for their 2020 grant.  These funds will be used to bring art and inspiration to the Barrington community via our Visiting Artists series. We're excited to launch this series in Summer 2020.  Thank you, BACF!

Board of Directors


Tracy Merfeld

Thank you for your 2020 grant to support Community "Art-Reach" at The Boys and Girls Club of Dundee Township.

Barrington Junior Women's Club

Thank you for your 2020 grant to support our Visiting Artist series

Barrington Area Commnity Foundation

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