Monday, June 04, 2007

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Job in the Arts

How about a paid Internship opportunity?

The Washington Glass School is looking for an intern to work with a glass artist and studio. This is a wonderful opportunity for someone to learn the business of art while broadening the scope of their material knowledge. The intern will be making molds, cutting glass, and casting glass among other duties. Prior knowledge of these techniques are not neccesary.

The appropriate candidate will possess the following skills:

~ incredible attention to detail
~ a willingness to learn new techniques and to get dirty learning them
~ an ability to work unsupervised at times
~ self motivation to do a good job
~ punctuality and ability to meet deadlines

Hours are flexable but most work must take place between Monday and Friday between 10 and 5pm. They are looking for someone to do at least 2 or 3 days a week. The salary will depend on what skills the candidate can bring to the job. Experience in glass, electronics, computers are all helpful but not required.

Please contact Tim Tate at and list your qualifications for consideration.