Studio Space for Fine Artists & Printmakers!

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Studio Space for Fine Artists & Printmakers!
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Are you looking for a rewarding membership to help you further develop your skills as a fine artist? Consider applying to become a keyholder at our print shop. Those with printmaking experience will have access to our printing equipment, but any artist may apply.

Our studio is equipped with a letterpress, 2 etching presses, inking stations, screen printing area, clean work-space area, and 2 washing sinks.

This position requires the artist to care for the facilities and support our mission and educational opportunities.

Requirements

  • Must have proof of experience in fine art and/or printmaking via resume

  • Must apply & be approved by Board of Directors

  • Keyholder of Rubber City Prints limited to 3 month, 6 month, 12 month terms. Must choose term with application.

  • Must complete background check

  • Respectful of other printmakers in a shared space

  • Responsible, tidy & well organized

Responsibilities​

  • 4+ hours per week observation of open studio hours/gallery hours depending on artist key holder level!

Please send resume, cover letter explaining your current Printmaking experience, and 5 photos of your current fine art prints.

*Open to all fine art majors & mediums but must have Printmaking experience to use our printmaking equipment.

3 month, 6 months, 12 month rental options.

ARTISTS ONLY! SERIOUS ARTISTS PLEASE APPLY.

GREAT OPPORTUNITY IN AKRON TO MAKE A STRONG PORTFOLIO!

Questions please contact

Krista Rickert

Director of Rubber City Prints

info@rubbercityprints.org

330-269-9837 text/call Google voice phone.

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