INTERNSHIPS

Camila Marichal  graduated from Purchase College with a BFA in Printmaking and Photography. They are trained in a variety of printmaking techniques and use mainly screenprint, monotype, relief, and photographic processes in their own artistic practice.  Instagram:  @marichal_camila

Camila Marichal graduated from Purchase College with a BFA in Printmaking and Photography. They are trained in a variety of printmaking techniques and use mainly screenprint, monotype, relief, and photographic processes in their own artistic practice.

Instagram: @marichal_camila

Lili Loy  graduated from Pratt with a BFA in printmaking. She is experienced in a variety of techniques including etching, lithography, and letterpress. Her artistic practice utilizes a mix of digital media and printmaking.  Instagram:  @l.g.li

Lili Loy graduated from Pratt with a BFA in printmaking. She is experienced in a variety of techniques including etching, lithography, and letterpress. Her artistic practice utilizes a mix of digital media and printmaking.

Instagram: @l.g.li

LEARN ABOUT INTERNSHIP GUIDELINES AND APPLY ONLINE

Internships are open to any artist looking to learn while they work.  Students, recent grads, and printmakers alike are all welcome to apply. EFA RBPMW internship program is designed to be an enriching educational experience. Though responsibilities vary according to the goals each intern, positions are available as a Studio intern, Administrative intern, or a combination of the two.

MONITORS

MONITORS  APPLY ONLINE!

Monitors play vital role in the day-to-day operations of workshop by committing to a weekly four hour shift. In addition to maintaining the facilities, assisting with administrative duties, and working with shop patrons, they contribute to the workshop’s unique welcoming and collaborative atmosphere. In return, for every hour volunteered, monitors receive two hours of studio time, as well as discounts on classes and workshops.

Nicole Marandola , Shop tech since Feb 2015  Nicole graduated from SUNY New Paltz in 2014 with a BFA in printmaking. Nicole works mainly in intaglio but can offer assistance with silkscreen, stone lithography, photo-lithography, pronto plate and polymer plate lithography.

Nicole Marandola, Shop tech since Feb 2015

Nicole graduated from SUNY New Paltz in 2014 with a BFA in printmaking. Nicole works mainly in intaglio but can offer assistance with silkscreen, stone lithography, photo-lithography, pronto plate and polymer plate lithography.

Katie O'Brien ,   monitor since June 2015  Katie graduated from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University in 2010. Katie is a photographer, printmaker, and mixed media artist. Her primary printmaking focus is stone lithography, but she is skillful with photolithography as well.

Katie O'Brien, monitor since June 2015

Katie graduated from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University in 2010. Katie is a photographer, printmaker, and mixed media artist. Her primary printmaking focus is stone lithography, but she is skillful with photolithography as well.

Jessica Augier,  monitor since 2012  Jessica is well versed in many printing techniques including monotype, intaglio, lithography and relief. She graduated from New York Academy of Art with an MFA in painting and printmaking, where she now teaches.

Jessica Augier, monitor since 2012

Jessica is well versed in many printing techniques including monotype, intaglio, lithography and relief. She graduated from New York Academy of Art with an MFA in painting and printmaking, where she now teaches.

Effi Ibok ,   monitor since August 2014  Effi is highly proficient with both stone and photolithography, as well as etching. Effi graduated from Copper Union in 2014.

Effi Ibok, monitor since August 2014

Effi is highly proficient with both stone and photolithography, as well as etching. Effi graduated from Copper Union in 2014.

Slavko Djuric,  monitor since January 2014  Slavko studied printmaking under Professor Zoran Marjanovic at Art University of Priština in Serbia and graduated in 2002. Slavko is well versed in many different types of printmaking which include linocut, linogravure, etching, pronto plates, screenprinting, and bookbinding.

Slavko Djuric, monitor since January 2014

Slavko studied printmaking under Professor Zoran Marjanovic at Art University of Priština in Serbia and graduated in 2002. Slavko is well versed in many different types of printmaking which include linocut, linogravure, etching, pronto plates, screenprinting, and bookbinding.

Julia Sorboro , monitor since 2018  Julia Sorboro is an Ohio-born artist, currently living in Brooklyn. She specializes in lithography and collage.

Julia Sorboro, monitor since 2018

Julia Sorboro is an Ohio-born artist, currently living in Brooklyn. She specializes in lithography and collage.

Keith Graham , monitor since September 2016  Keith is a printmaker and book artist from Seattle. He studied with Fred Hagstrom at Carleton College and Karen Kunc at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he received an MFA in 2016. Keith has expertise in traditional print processes and particularly enjoys making mixed media prints and working with handmade paper.   keithdouglasgraham.com

Keith Graham, monitor since September 2016

Keith is a printmaker and book artist from Seattle. He studied with Fred Hagstrom at Carleton College and Karen Kunc at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he received an MFA in 2016. Keith has expertise in traditional print processes and particularly enjoys making mixed media prints and working with handmade paper.

keithdouglasgraham.com

Khalif Tahir Thompson , monitor since 2018  Khalif Tahir Thompson’s work incorporates painting, drawing, collage, printmaking, and paper-making into his practice, he explores notions of self through race, sexuality, and spirituality. Recently he graduated from Purchase College with his Bachelors in Fine arts degree and completed a fellowship here at the EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop last Summer.

Khalif Tahir Thompson, monitor since 2018

Khalif Tahir Thompson’s work incorporates painting, drawing, collage, printmaking, and paper-making into his practice, he explores notions of self through race, sexuality, and spirituality. Recently he graduated from Purchase College with his Bachelors in Fine arts degree and completed a fellowship here at the EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop last Summer.

Louisa Rorschach ,   monitor since 2014.  In 2011, after catering her printmaking thesis exhibition with fried chicken, Louisa graduated from Colorado College with a BA in Studio Art. Via an internship at Dieu Donné, a residency at the Grünewald Guild (Leavenworth, WA), and classes at The Center for Book Arts, Louisa continues to learn and create in a variety of media. Her printmaking expertise is in reduction woodcut, linoleum relief, and letterpress.

Louisa Rorschach, monitor since 2014.

In 2011, after catering her printmaking thesis exhibition with fried chicken, Louisa graduated from Colorado College with a BA in Studio Art. Via an internship at Dieu Donné, a residency at the Grünewald Guild (Leavenworth, WA), and classes at The Center for Book Arts, Louisa continues to learn and create in a variety of media. Her printmaking expertise is in reduction woodcut, linoleum relief, and letterpress.

Cecelia Caldiera , monitor since 2014  Cecilia has been a monitor at Robert Blackburn Printmaking workshop since 2014. She specializes in relief, etching, and screen printing.

Cecelia Caldiera, monitor since 2014

Cecilia has been a monitor at Robert Blackburn Printmaking workshop since 2014. She specializes in relief, etching, and screen printing.

Vincent G. Chong , monitor since 2018  Vincent graduated from Cornell university and works as a studio assistant at Harlan & Weaver and Small Editions. Their work includes drawing, watercolor, calligraphy, stone seal engraving, print, and book arts.

Vincent G. Chong, monitor since 2018

Vincent graduated from Cornell university and works as a studio assistant at Harlan & Weaver and Small Editions. Their work includes drawing, watercolor, calligraphy, stone seal engraving, print, and book arts.

Anh Ta , Monitor since 2018       Anh Ta is an artist from Hanoi, Vietnam. She received her BA in Studio Art from Augustana University and her MFA in Printmaking from Ohio University. Besides her studio work and working with other artists, Anh has brought her artistic expertise to various settings including design firms, cancer hospital, orphanage school, private school, and university classes. Anh is well versed in traditional printmaking processes, with strong emphasis in intaglio techniques. She has exhibited widely within and outside the United States.

Anh Ta, Monitor since 2018


Anh Ta is an artist from Hanoi, Vietnam. She received her BA in Studio Art from Augustana University and her MFA in Printmaking from Ohio University. Besides her studio work and working with other artists, Anh has brought her artistic expertise to various settings including design firms, cancer hospital, orphanage school, private school, and university classes. Anh is well versed in traditional printmaking processes, with strong emphasis in intaglio techniques. She has exhibited widely within and outside the United States.

WORKSHOP AMBASSADORS AND VOLUNTEERS

An EFA RBPMW Workshop Ambassador is a representative of the workshop who actively pursues improvements in the workshops functionality, outreach, ideals, and experience of our members and volunteers. 

John Andrews, volunteer (since 2016)

Leslie Jean Bart. volunteer (since 2017)

David G. Christie, Workshop Ambassador (since 2018)

Ann deVere, Workshop Ambassador (since 2017)