Get Involved

Ikouii relies on community support for its mission to providing opportunities for artists with disabilities and transforming the cultural sector into a more inclusive and accessible space for all audiences

Ikouii depends on volunteers at our programming, events, and exhibitions. Volunteers assist with day to day tasks, event planning, Sign Language interpreting, and much more. In this way, we hope local residents, artists, craftspeople, retirees, and activists are empowered to bring access and inclusive attitudes to their communities. Since community building is complex and multi-faceted, whenever necessary, Ikouii Artists engage outside project partners with specialized expertise to address specific project needs.

Current Volunteer Opportunities

  • Image Description Writer (Virtual): Provide written image descriptions on Ikouii’s social media, website, and newsletter content. Send two image description samples with images attached to
  • Image Transcriber (Virtual): Provide audio image descriptions for video content during Ikouii’s exhibitions and events. Send two image description samples with audio clips and links to original video to
  • Sign Language Interpreter (Virtual): Bridge the communication gap for Deaf/HOH patrons, audiences, and participating artists during virtual Ikouii events. Email CV/Resume and availability to

To volunteer, please send completed Volunteer Application Form (Download Here) to


Donations are a critical part of our organization’s success and impact. These funds allow us to cover administrative costs, provide artistic development opportunities, provide inclusive programming and events, and support the projects of Ikouii Artists. We also offer the option of monthly giving at Ikouii. By pledging to make a monthly gift, you provide dependable and life-changing resources to artists with disabilities. It helps us budget for the year and make life-altering decisions for a more inclusive arts sector in our communities. If interested in monthly giving, please contact Director, Aleatha Lindsay at To donate, go here.