The Interns set up the studios for workshops, prepare materials, clean and maintain the shop and assist faculty and students, among other duties. Interns are expected to be self-motivated and anticipate the needs of the students and the faculty.
Anderson Ranch Arts Center provides a variety of internship opportunities year-round, with the majority offered in conjunction with the summer workshops. Interns become a part of the Ranch family to uncover, develop and stretch their creative spirits in the visual arts. Interns have the opportunity not only to assist in workshops, events and special projects, but also to work with and meet artists and gifted instructors in a supportive community.
The Furniture Design & Woodworking Interns set up the studios for workshops, prepare materials, clean and maintain the shop and assist faculty and students, among other duties. Interns are expected to be self-motivated and anticipatory of the needs of the students and the faculty, with strong people skills. A high regard for safety is essential. Each intern will monitor the shop a minimum of one evening a week from 7PM – 9PM, as well as some weekends. The interns should have significant background in woodworking, including knowledge of basic joinery and the safe operation of woodworking machines. Familiarity with other materials (metal, paint, mixed media construction) and computer technology is also helpful. Must be available from mid May to the end of August/September.
Internships at Anderson Ranch will receive housing and meals plus a stipend of $2500.00 upon completion of program.
Deadline is March 6th, 2020 @ 5PM EST
Please apply through our SlideRoom account:
Please contact Mark Tan, Studio Coordinator for Furniture Design & Woodworking at Anderson Ranch Arts Center