Want to be a Studio Intern at Martha Street Studio? We are hiring a summer Studio Intern!
Martha Street Studio is a dynamic artist-run centre dedicated to the art of printmaking, located in Winnipeg’s East Exchange District and serving the artistic community, youth and the general public through education and the dissemination of the art of printmaking.
Our services include; studio rental, digital printing, classes and workshops, tours, exhibitions, artist talks, print sales and more.
The summer Studio Intern will work in a dynamic team environment assisting Studio Technicians and the Digital Suite Manager.
The Studio Intern will also work with the current archives project leader to label and organize MSS’s collection of print archives through an ongoing print archives project, and will additionally work with the Professional Programming Coordinator to intake and organize artworks for the annual member’s exhibition showcase.
The Studio Intern will develop new skills in client services, teamwork and communication. The successful candidate will have a basic knowledge of printmaking and the ability to screen print is an asset.
The Studio Intern 2019 position will begin on June 11th and run to August 10th, 2019 (with one week off during our scheduled studio summer closure) for a total of 8 weeks at 33 hours per week and from Tuesday to Saturday.
The Studio Intern position is made possible through Services Canada and Canada Summer Jobs and is funded in part by Martha Street Studio and by the government of Canada.
Applicants must be between 15 and 30 years of age.
Martha Street Studio is an equal opportunity employer and encourages youth from underrepresented, LGBTQ2, new immigrant, disability and Indigenous communities to apply.
It is the Manitoba Printmakers Association’s policy to hire employees solely on the basis of the ability of the applicant to do the job.
MPA will make every effort to provide additional adaptations and professional supports to accomplish tasks and responsibilities for successful candidates identifying specific needs and accommodations.