Are you an artist or instructor able to teach a class in printmaking, letterpress, book arts, or papermaking?
If so, we’d like to hear from you! The Printing Museum seeks workshop instructors for the 2020 year in the following related disciplines: book arts, letterpress, papermaking, lithography, screenprinting, etc. These paid teaching opportunities can be as short as 2 hours, a full day, or over several sessions. Selected instructors will be compensated for materials and for their time, depending on the class duration.
If you have questions or are interested in applying, please contact Adrianne O’Donnell before March 1, 2020 at email@example.com with your area(s) of interest and proposed workshops you’d like to teach (Title & 100-150 word Description). Thank you and we hope to work with you soon!
About The Printing Museum: The Printing Museum explores the intersections of the history, art, and technology of printing and demonstrates its enduring impact through exhibitions, interactive tours, and creative workshops. With over 10,000 items in its permanent collection—including one of the earliest printed documents, fine-art facsimiles such as the Gutenberg Bible, and contemporary limited-edition works on paper—the Museum is an engaging place for kids and adults alike. The Printing Museum features printmaking and letterpress studios, a papermaking studio, and a book bindery. These are operated and maintained by resident artists, volunteers (Guild Members), and visiting artists. (http://printingmuseum.org/collections/studios/).
The Printing Museum provides equal opportunity for all qualified candidates, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, gender identity, political preference, sexual orientation, marital status, citizenship, or other status protected by law or regulation. The Printing Museum prohibits discrimination in any aspect, including selection of independent contractors, termination, or contract rates.