Kinetic Sculpture Race Volunteer Meeting

Volunteer for the annual Kinetic Sculpture Race!

We need YOU as a volunteer for the Kinetic Sculpture Race!

Volunteer for the 22nd Annual Kinetic Sculpture Race!

WANTED: the Brave, the Talented, the Mediocre, the Unsuspecting Few KINETIC VOLUNTEERS to help in the grueling, all day, general insanity of the annual Kinetic Sculpture Race, for nothin' but the glory on SATURDAY MAY 2, 2020! Enjoy refreshments while you learn about the history of AVAM's Kinetic Sculpture Race & get the scoop from some veteran volunteers & Kinetinauts on what volunteer duties entail, then SIGN UP for a job! The content is the same at both volunteer meetings. Therefore, attendance at both is not necessary.

In search of: General Anything Doers! Crowd Engagers! Number Nerds! Experienced Boaters! Medics on Wheels! Clean-up Crews! Safety Inspectors! Race Facilitators! Mud Pitters! Kops! Checkpoint Charlies! Canton Water Clean-up Crew! Finish Line Holders! And more!

Kinetic Rule: No matter the job, no matter the weather, you'll still have to dress funny. No whiners!

About The Race:

From the American Visionary Art Museum—a race of wacky, imaginative, TOTALLY HUMAN-POWERED WORKS OF ART, DESIGNED TO TRAVEL ON LAND, THROUGH MUD, AND OVER DEEP HARBOR WATERS, constructed out of used bicycles, gears, and parts, created by a lunatic genius who tinkers around in the garage or backyard (do you know this person?)! The machines can be simple, small crafts, piloted by only one brave soul, or they can be over 50 feet long, extremely well-engineered, sophisticated vehicles powered by a team of pilots. Pilots ("Kinetinauts") compete for the most coveted GRAND MEDIOCRE EAST COAST CHAMPION AWARD (finishes right in the middle), and the highly prized NEXT TO THE LAST AWARD (finishes, well, next-to-last), and other serious trophies including ART, ENGINEERING, BEST BRIBES and more. The all-day race kicks off at 11am at American Visionary Art Museum. For all official Kinetic Sculpture Race updates, visit:

Questions About Volunteering?

Don't be shy! Contact Sara Pike (410.244.1900 x216, or