GREET, GUIDE, GUARD and more!
Do you love the Rothko Chapel? Are you interested in helping to greet its many visitors, protect the magnificent Mark Rothko murals and assist with public programs? Would you like to join a dedicated group of people working in an inspirational environment?
If so, we need your help and ask that you consider becoming a member of the Rothko Chapel Guild.
What do Guild members do?
♦ Welcome guests to the Rothko Chapel
♦ Assist in the Chapel Shop
♦ Help protect the magnificent Mark Rothko murals inside the Chapel
♦ Support the public programs, private services and special events
What are the benefits of being in the Guild?
♦ Join a select group of passionate Rothko Chapel supporters
♦ Learn about the history of the Rothko Chapel and its on-site masterpieces by Mark Rothko and Barnett Newman
♦ Participate in ongoing educational offerings and social gatherings
♦ Receive annual recognition in the member newsletter , on the Rothko Chapel website and during the annual Guild Recognition Event
What is the Rothko Chapel's commitment to Guild members?
♦ Orientation and training
♦ Easy online access to schedule volunteer hours
♦ Timely communication
♦ Clear volunteer assignments and on-site staff support
♦ A volunteer environment that is respectful and fun
What are the qualifications of Guild members?
♦ 18 years or older
♦ A strong interest in the Rothko Chapel
♦ Ability to commit to six or more hours per month from September 2014 to September 2015
♦ A current Rothko Chapel membership
♦ Professional and/or personal references
How do I join the Guild?
Thank you for your interest in joining the Guild! Applications are closed for the 2015-2016 Guild term.
If you would like to be contacted for the 2016-2017 Guild term next May, please email Yma Luis at
Rothko Chapel Guild Volunteer Center
“Now, as a member of the Guild I have access to a wealth of educational and cultural programs, time to step out of the dizzy pace of everyday life into silence by staffing the Chapel, and friendships arising from shared values with other Guild members and staff.”
2014-2015 Guild Members:
Amy Kugali McWilliams