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Preservando el Arte

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What is Preservando el Arte?

The mission of Preservando el Arte is to help and motivate others with art so that it can change people in an integral way. The purpose is to implement workshops that target the needs of others, helping artists to rediscover themselves, while at the same time helping people to connect on a community level and to improve their unique talents. Additionally, we want to help young people as well as adults that have fallen victim to drugs, depression, and other mental illnesses integrate back into the community.


How do I get involved?


Volunteer Description: Volunteers teach activities that strive to preserve and celebrate Hispanic art such as music, dance, and visual arts.

Volunteer Commitment: Volunteers serve once a week for an hour, but arrangements can be made according to your schedule and our class availability.


  • South Franklin Center Drawing Class: 6:30-7:30 followed by a dance class
  • Monday Provo Library: Drawing Class 6:30-7:30 P.M.
  • Monday Canyon Crest: Spanish Literature 3:30 P.M.
  • Tuesday Provo Library: Ukulele 6:30 P.M.
  • Tuesday South Franklin Center Drawing Class: Folk dance and drawing 7:00 P.M.
  • Wednesday Canyon Crest: Crafts 3:30 P.M.

Step 1:

To get involved, please reach out to the program leaders through their email or call/text Ethan DePierro at 989-408-5635 to get involved.

Step 2:

Please complete this mandatory 25-minute Minor Protection Training before you begin working with the children.


Volunteer Leader Description: There are two kinds of leadership positions: Executive Director and Program Director. A program only has one Executive Director, but multiple program directors. Leaders are generally responsible for overseeing recruitment, retention, and reflection with volunteers. They also coordinate service with community partners and ensure their program runs smoothly. Volunteer leaders may also share the responsibilities of volunteers as outlined in the Volunteer Description. For more information, visit our section called Be a Leader!

Volunteer Leader Commitment: In addition to volunteering, Volunteer leaders commit to a 1-hour monthly team meeting to discuss needs and make plans for the program.


Apply to become a leader by completing one of the applications below (if there are no applications, then this program is not accepting leaders at this time):


Available by email at

Ethan DePierro, Executive Director

(989) 408-5635
Office Hour: Fridays 9:00-10:00 A.M.

Rebeca Jeronimo

(385) 286-9469

Christian Meza

Arianna Salazar