Sunday Open Studio Coordinator- Winter/Spring 2019
The Cambridge Art Association seeks a day-of coordinator for our Sunday drop-in figure drawing sessions at our Kathryn Schultz Gallery. The sessions run weekly, 10am-1pm on Sundays (unless otherwise noted), at 25R Lowell Street, Cambridge.
The coordinator must arrive by 9:30am, and be willing to stay until 1:30pm for break-down of tables, chairs, etc.
Duties include checking in artists/taking payment at the beginning of the session; set-up/break-down of the model stand, tables, and chairs; and timed positions for model. Coordinator may draw for free if they choose.
The coordinator must have an interest in community arts, and should have some experience with figure drawing. The coordinator must be comfortable with nude models. The coordinator should have demonstrated customer service and cash-handling experience.
Students enrolled in graduate or undergraduate programs may be eligible for credit, and must submit the appropriate paperwork to the CAA.
How To Apply:
Interested applicants should email their resume/CV and a letter of interest to:
Maria Duffy, Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include Sunday Open Studio Coordinator in subject line
of email. Applications accepted on a rolling basis. No phone calls
March 02, 2019
Unpaid Internship/Volunteer - Credit Available
About this Organization:
The Cambridge Art Association (CAA) was founded in 1944
by a group of local artists and art supporters. At the time, there was no other
local association like it. The CAA was a space for exhibiting work, learning
new techniques, and socializing. It was - and is - above all, a community of
Today, the CAA currently maintains two
gallery spaces for exhibits, as well as 5 less traditional satellite spaces.
Until earlier this year, we were a juried members association. As the result of
a strategic plan and long-term vision for the CAA, we are now open to all. You
can read more about our 3-year goals here.
What do we do? We present roughly 25 gallery exhibits, and
an additional 20 exhibits in our satellite spaces. We create opportunities for
local and regional contemporary artists to engage with gallery owners,
curators, collectors, and each other through networking events, portfolios
reviews, and other professional development programs.
Transportation: The Kathryn Schultz Gallery is accessible via the 71 and 73 buses from Harvard Square. University Place is
accessible via the MBTA Red Line at Harvard Square.