INTERNSHIPS

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.

CURRENT INTERNS SPRING 2017

Jieun Angela Lim, Intern, Spring 2017 Born in Seoul, Korea, Jieun graduated from Cornell University with BFA in 2016, and she now lives in New York to pursue art making. She has interned at hand papermaking studio, Dieu Donné, and wants to learn and reconnect with printmaking at EFA RBPMW.  @jieunlim_studio for Instagram jieunlimstudio.com

Jieun Angela Lim, Intern, Spring 2017

Born in Seoul, Korea, Jieun graduated from Cornell University with BFA in 2016, and she now lives in New York to pursue art making. She has interned at hand papermaking studio, Dieu Donné, and wants to learn and reconnect with printmaking at EFA RBPMW. 

@jieunlim_studio for Instagram

jieunlimstudio.com

Nia Belton, Intern, Spring 2017 Nia studied printmaking under William Phipps, Deb Chaney and Marie Dormuth at Parsons School of Design in 2016. She received a BA in Culture and Media (Film Track) from The New School. Nia's concentration of processes include screenprinting, etching and pronto plate lithography.  @Virgin.Eyes for Instagram   

Nia Belton, Intern, Spring 2017

Nia studied printmaking under William Phipps, Deb Chaney and Marie Dormuth at Parsons School of Design in 2016. She received a BA in Culture and Media (Film Track) from The New School. Nia's concentration of processes include screenprinting, etching and pronto plate lithography. 

@Virgin.Eyes for Instagram 

 

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.

Who is in the shop? Check out one of our monthly Group Critiques!

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. 

Sebastian Bauer, Shop tech since September 2014  After graduating from SUNY New Paltz in 2013,  Sebastian has worked in a broad array of printmaking techniques and has tutored artists in the mediums of pronto plate, photolithography and silkscreen. For his own artistic practice, he prefers working in intaglio, silkscreen, relief and monotype.

Sebastian Bauer, Shop tech since September 2014

 After graduating from SUNY New Paltz in 2013,  Sebastian has worked in a broad array of printmaking techniques and has tutored artists in the mediums of pronto plate, photolithography and silkscreen. For his own artistic practice, he prefers working in intaglio, silkscreen, relief and monotype.

Michal Brodka, monitor since 2008 Michal graduated in 2008 from the School of Visual Arts with a BFA in Illustration. He has been featured in numerous group shows in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Philadelphia and New Jersey.  Michal works mainly in intaglio, but also  in photo-litho, silkscreen and letterpress. 

Michal Brodka, monitor since 2008

Michal graduated in 2008 from the School of Visual Arts with a BFA in Illustration. He has been featured in numerous group shows in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Philadelphia and New Jersey. 

Michal works mainly in intaglio, but also  in photo-litho, silkscreen and letterpress. 

Jazmine Catasus, monitor since 2013 Jazmine received a BA with a printmaking focus from Hunter College. Interned at Dleu Donne, Pace Prints and Deb Chaney Editions. Jazmine can offer members assistance with etching and lithography. She is also a papermaker. 

Jazmine Catasus, monitor since 2013

Jazmine received a BA with a printmaking focus from Hunter College. Interned at Dleu Donne, Pace Prints and Deb Chaney Editions. Jazmine can offer members assistance with etching and lithography. She is also a papermaker. 

Yuchen Chang, monitor since May 2015 Yuchen graduated School of the Art Institute of Chicago (MFA) in 2013. Her work is collected by Museum of Modern Art Library, New York and Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection, Chicago. She can offer members assistance with her expertise in Etching. 

Yuchen Chang, monitor since May 2015

Yuchen graduated School of the Art Institute of Chicago (MFA) in 2013. Her work is collected by Museum of Modern Art Library, New York and Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection, Chicago. She can offer members assistance with her expertise in Etching. 

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. 

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. 

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. 

 

Anne McRay is a printmaker and photographer from Vermont. She has a BA in Media Studies from Mount Holyoke College and has interned at the Lower East Side Printshop. Anne works in intaglio methods, she is available to assist printers with etching, aquatint and drypoint. She is also familiar with screenprinting, relief, and pronto plate lithography.

Anne McRay is a printmaker and photographer from Vermont. She has a BA in Media Studies from Mount Holyoke College and has interned at the Lower East Side Printshop. Anne works in intaglio methods, she is available to assist printers with etching, aquatint and drypoint. She is also familiar with screenprinting, relief, and pronto plate lithography.

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

Alessandra Norman hails from El Paso, Texas and has a BFA from Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Alabama. Alessandra is well versed in a variety of printmaking processes including intaglio, screen printing, relief, and digital methods. She is the co-founder of the art project Gesamtkunst Werkshop and is an an avid collector of rare cacti.   http://www.alessandranorman.com/ http://www.gesamtkunstwerkshop.com/

Alessandra Norman hails from El Paso, Texas and has a BFA from Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Alabama.

Alessandra is well versed in a variety of printmaking processes including intaglio, screen printing, relief, and digital methods. She is the co-founder of the art project Gesamtkunst Werkshop and is an an avid collector of rare cacti. 

 http://www.alessandranorman.com/

http://www.gesamtkunstwerkshop.com/

Trisha Gupta, monitor since February 2016 Trisha Gupta is an interdisciplinary artist. Trained as a printmaker at Washington University in St. Louis where she got her Bachelor of Fine arts; she works in many mediums including bookbinding, drawing, painting, and animation.  She believes in art as a platform for social change and as a storytelling medium that helps her tell the stories of people undergoing life transitionsor who have undergone trauma. www.trishaguptagallery.com 

Trisha Gupta, monitor since February 2016

Trisha Gupta is an interdisciplinary artist. Trained as a printmaker at Washington University in St. Louis where she got her Bachelor of Fine arts; she works in many mediums including bookbinding, drawing, painting, and animation.  She believes in art as a platform for social change and as a storytelling medium that helps her tell the stories of people undergoing life transitionsor who have undergone trauma.

www.trishaguptagallery.com 

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.

Stephanie Bell graduated from the Delaware College of Art and Design in 2007 with an MFA concentration Photography.  Then transferred to the University of Delaware and graduated with BFA in 2010.  In 2011 she did back-to-back 3 month internships at the Women's Studio Workshop as a cook and a studio intern.  All these places taught her some stuff about etching, silkscreen, and letterpress.  She recently completed a two week residency at Printmaker's Open Forum in Oxford, PA where she made more etchings.  She likes drawing a bunch.  @stephbellart for insta stephbellart.tumblr.com

Stephanie Bell graduated from the Delaware College of Art and Design in 2007 with an MFA concentration Photography.  Then transferred to the University of Delaware and graduated with BFA in 2010.  In 2011 she did back-to-back 3 month internships at the Women's Studio Workshop as a cook and a studio intern.  All these places taught her some stuff about etching, silkscreen, and letterpress.  She recently completed a two week residency at Printmaker's Open Forum in Oxford, PA where she made more etchings.  She likes drawing a bunch. 

@stephbellart for insta

stephbellart.tumblr.com