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Artist Opportunities

Work-Study Positions

The Work-Study Program at Snow Farm is an opportunity for students, artists and craftspeople (ages 18+) to work at Snow Farm in various capacities in exchange for tuition-free workshops, housing, and meals when the dining hall is open. The Program runs from May – November in three, 7-week sessions. The application period is now open with a $25 application fee. 

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Seconds Sale Artists

The Annual Seconds Sale is a fundraiser that supports Snow Farm, a nonprofit organization, and the artists whose work we sell. Over 3000 buyers visit the Seconds Sale over three weekends in November.

For artists: no set-up, no selling. Deliver your work to us, priced to sell, and enjoy a 50/50 split on all sales. Over 200 artists participate each year and new makers are always welcome. 

Seconds can be excess inventory, experimental pieces, discontinued lines, or slightly flawed items. 

Interested?  Please submit your request to participate through our online form below.  You will be asked to includde a few images of the work you wish to sell. 

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Faculty - Summer Program for High School Students

Snow Farm Summer is a residential studio craft program for high school students, the only one like it in the country!  Faculty members live on campus with the students and teach two class each day.  Each class of 9 students has two instructors.  Program dates, including staff orientation are June 28 - July 27, 2019. We are looking for enthusiastic, patient, dependable, creative artists with teaching experience to instruct students in the following topics:

  • Glassblowing
  • Flameworking
  • Ceramics
  • Metalsmithing & Jewelry  (June 30 - July 13 only, plus orientation)
  • Drawing & Painting
  • Metal Sculpture & Fabrication (July 14-27 only, plus orientation)

In addition to responsibilities in the studio, all studio instructors participate in recreational activities and assist with overall supervision of the students in the residential setting. All positions are temporary and require living on campus in Williamsburg, MA. This position includes salary, dorm accommodations, and all meals. Whether you are an established artist or have just completed your MFA, we look forward to hearing from you! 

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Workshop Instructors

Snow Farm welcomes workshop proposals from talented, creative artists throughout the year.  We will keep all proposals on file, but please note that we will generally contact new instructors between March - July for positions in the following program year. 

In order to be considered, please submit a workshop proposal using our online application form.  You will be asked to submit a brief workshop description (60-80 words), a bio or resume, and images (via your website, an online portfolio, or by uploading images to the form).  We will be back in touch with feedback or for more information as needed.

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Request for Proposals

Snow Farm will host our 2nd annual Art Retreat for Educators, June 21 - 25, 2019. We are seeking proposals from artist/educators for two presentations to take place on Saturday evening, June 22nd between 7:30-9:30pm. Proposed presentation length can vary (between 30 – 75 minutes). We expect to select one demonstration and one curriculum/project-based presentation with slides. Handouts are encouraged. Selected presenters will receive 25% off workshop tuition and a complimentary room/board package during the retreat.  Proposals must be recieved by April 1, 2019.

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