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NYC exhibition weekend!

Exhibitions,Internships — KVH @ 12:22 pm, Friday, April 24th, 2009

For those of you in NYC this weekend, or this month, there are two excellent exhibitions worth checking out.

Firstly, the Jon Rappleye prints that were in production all fall and spring, until this past weekend, are premiering in Jon’s current show at the Jeff Bailey Gallery this week.  The opening was last night, but the show is up for a month.

More production shots at the Dolphin Press website.

Additionally, our very own May Yang had a print selected for the IPCNY New Prints 2009 exhibition (curated by Polly Apfelbaum!) which also opened this weekend.

More of May’s work is available on her website, and the list of other artists in the exhibition (albeit clumsily) are here!

Congratulations to both!

 



SUMMER INTERNSHIPS!

Internships — printmaking @ 2:40 pm, Monday, March 23rd, 2009

For all of you considering applying for a summer internship here is a list of all of the shops that were discussed in the internship meeting. If you have applied for or are considering applying to any of these places please send us a email at printmaking@mica.edu to let us know. This can be a great help to everyone, and if you are applying to a place not listed please let us know!

To apply to any of these studios you need to proceed as follows:
• Choose a studio
• Go online and review studio
• Write formal (email) letter of request to director (CC to Gail) requesting a summer internship including your resume
• Email printmaking@mica.edu telling us where you have just applied (people are starting to go after the same internships, this is for your benefit)

(NY is Manhattan)

Center for Book Arts, NY
— Carrie Tuccio

Dieu Donné, NY
paper studio, curatorial internships available

Flatbed Press, Austin TX

Lesley Dill Artist’s Studio, Brooklyn NY
please contact us for more information

Peter Kruty Editions, Brooklyn NY
— Ian Jackson (confirmed)

Rutgers Brodsky Center, New Brunswick NJ

–Sarika Sugula (confirmed)

Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Silver Spring MD

Durham Press, Durham PA

Lower East Side Printshop (LES), NY
excepting five or six interns to work two days a week

Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, NY

Kathy Carracio, NY

— Robin Page (confirmed)

Woman’s Studio, Rosendale NY
no longer accepting interns

Two Palm Press, NY

Hand Print Workshop International, Alexandria VA

Crown Point Press, San Francisco CA
no longer accepting interns

Goya Girl Press, Baltimore MD
one position available curatorial print, marketing, gallery organization. contact Nick at nkarvounis@gmail.com for more information

• Squidfire, Baltimore MD
–Ashley Campbell

John Chiara, San Francisco CA
no longer accepting interns

Anderson Ranch Art Center, Snowmass Village CO

Sesame Press, Brooklyn NY
— Carrie Tuccio



Dolphin Press & Print Interns Fall 2008

Dolphin Press and Print,Internships — printmaking @ 8:39 am, Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

Please help us welcome our new Dolphin Press & Print interns Z Groshong, Erin Wallace, and Christiane Moore. We are happy to have them as part of the team for this semester working on the editioning of the Jon Rappleye collaboration and research and development in the paper studio for future projects. Congratulations!



Dolphin Press & Print Internship

Dolphin Press and Print,Internships — printmaking @ 12:15 pm, Thursday, September 11th, 2008

Dolphin Press & Print is a unique collaborative print studio that is designed to bring visual artists and writers together to work with students, producing limited-edition letterpressed books, broadsides and editioned prints in a variety of print media.

The Dolphin Press Internship Program provides MICA students with curricula-based professional development skills and allows students to interact with one another and with the Visiting Artist Programming connected with the press. 

Working collaboratively with peers and seasoned professional printers; solving complex problems; and administering business and marketing duties at the press are the primary focus of this internship.

The internship program is administered by Co Directors Whitney Sherman, Chair of the Illustration Department and Gail Deery, Chair of the Printmaking Department at MICA.

Interns will report weekly to the Dolphin Press Coordinator and the Paper Studio Coordinator.

Applications are now being accepted for the Fall Semester. Each student will receive three credits, and are expected to work for 8 hours per week.

Application Procedure:

Applicants will electronically submit their completed applications by end of the day on Friday, September 19, 2008 to printmaking@mica.edu.

You can download the application here.



Franz West Interpreter Program

Internships — printmaking @ 8:21 am, Friday, August 29th, 2008

Thursdays, September 18 through October 9, 6 – 8 p.m 
Become part of the contemporary art scene at the BMA while deepening your knowledge of cutting-edge art. The Museum is seeking creative extroverts to help visitors make connections with and deepen their understanding of the work of Franz West. Receive training from the curator and museum educators and get a behind-the-scenes look at the exhibition design and installation process. Interpreters must be available on select weekends October 12 – January 4 to engage visitors in exploring West’s work and will receive a stipend for their time. To receive an application or for more information please call (443) 573-1832 or email programs@artbma.org. Interviews will take place the week of September 8th.



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