DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15, 2013
Studio assistants are students who assist instructors and fellow students and are responsible for maintaining the school’s standards for studio operation. Assistants receive housing and meals, and pay only the $50 nonrefundable processing fee. Assistants are selected based on their knowledge of a working studio. In addition to 25–40 hours of work each week, studio assistants are required to work from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on the day before and the day after their session, and must make travel arrangements which will allow them to meet this requirement. If you cannot meet this requirement, please do not apply. Many instructors select their own assistants; check the list below to determine availability of positions before applying.
To apply, check the studio assistant box on the application form, and include a letter explaining your experience in the field and your interest in the class, along with a résume, two letters of recommendation, five printed images of your work (maximum size 8-1/2 x 11, no slides or CDs), and the $50 processing fee. Applications must be received no later than February 15, and must include letters of reference. Applicants will be notified by April 1.
International students note: because the U.S. government considers our studio assistant program to be work for hire, students who are not U.S. citizens may not receive studio assistantships unless they have a work permit.
ENTRY DEADLINE: OCTOBER 23, 2012
DEADLINE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED. INITIAL REVEIW WILL BE DONE WITH APPLICATION RECEIVED BY AUGUST 17, 2012.
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The Textiles and Drawing/Painting Studio Coordinator is responsible for keeping three studios in good working order and preparing for each class or activity scheduled in the space. Through a helpful and welcoming presence, the Coordinator sets the tone for all classes. The Coordinator must successfully communicate with instructors and studio assistants to insure the smooth operations of class supply ordering, studio setup, studio safety and general operations of the studio. The position provides studio monitoring during the winter rental as well. This is a technical, administrative, and services-oriented position. Adaptability, analysis, attention to detail, collaboration, personal impact, dependability, safety awareness, organizational sensitivity and teamwork are characteristics central to this position. The position reports to the Studio Manager and is a full time (30 hours), hourly, year round, benefits eligible position.
DEADLINE: JANUARY 24, 2012
Juried show of 2-d and 3-d quilts. Juried first by digital images, then by actual work.
fee: $30 for 3 works on-line or $35 for 3 works mailed.
Jury: Jean Druesedow, Director of Kent State University Museum