04 March 2013

Workhouse Arts Center Seeks Glass Program Mgr

The Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton, VA, has posted a call to find a new Glass Program Manager.
The Workhouse Glass Program Manager is responsible for the design, coordination, and implementation of the Glass Program at the Workhouse Arts Center, including glass blowing in an expanding Hot Shop, fusing, torch working, stained glass, and casting. This unique position calls for a “people person” with administrative/managerial skills who is knowledgeable of the contemporary glass art world and technically savvy with respect to glass-related equipment, and who operates well in an environment of constrained resources.  A Master’s degree within the glass/art related field is required, or equivalent professional experience.
The Workhouse Arts Center is located in Lorton Virginia, just south of Washington DC, in the repurposed historic DC Workhouse Prison.  The new Glass Program Manager will oversee a Gallery, three classrooms, a hot shop, and eight studios with resident artists.
The call is open until filled.   More information may be found here


Frosted Glass said...

HI, what are the pre-admission prerequisites as a new student for Washington glass school?

Washington Glass School said...

No prerequisites - unless noted, most classes at WGS are geared for beginners. Usually flexible enough to handle artists that have more skills to get each to their next level!3127