CG Sculpture and Jewelry accepts 1-2 interns per year
You will gain experience in a variety of ways:
working small and large scale in both jewelry and sculpture
working with metal, primarily non-ferrous: forming (holloware), fabricating, welding, soldering, sawing, filing, hand finish work, patinas, etc
vitreous enamel (kiln fired)
understanding how production works and best practices
working first hand with the public on a community art piece (if applicable - depends on current projects/scheduling)
setting up and interacting with public at small indie type shows (if applicable - depends on current projects/scheduling)
setting up an installation in a fine art gallery (if applicable - depends on current projects/scheduling)
filming and photographing artwork
some intro to marketing and pr
general understanding of day to day operations for a full time art business
Ideal candidates are:
have basic metals knowledge (or more!)
driven to learn/experience
willing and able to hear directions and follow through
Flexible scheduling but week days preferred. Reliable transportation to South Park (about 15 minutes south of downtown Seattle) is required.
Internship is unpaid but as a token of appreciation and accomplishment, interns receive a music box from the Constructing Deconstruction series after completion of 100 hours.
Contact Catherine at firstname.lastname@example.org with reason for interest and time frame avilability. If applicable send resume, work samples, and/or website link.