Aram Muksian '04 and visiting artist Kelsang Tsering Sherpa
Students actively participate in all aspects of Gallery programming
and collection management, learning museum standards and methods of art
handling and registration, assisting with the installation of rotating
exhibitions and campus displays, as well as conducting research for curatorial
purposes and educational programs. Students can utilize works of
art for course-related projects or initiate exhibitions of their own work
or by drawing from the permanent collection.
Friendly and enthusiastic students needed to work as gallery monitors; greet visitors; answer questions about exhibitions; assist with light clerical tasks. Reliability is a must! Monitors are asked to attend opening receptions and related educational programs so that they can become more familiar with the work and ideas that are presented in each exhibition.
Students will learn proper museum standard methods for art handling, unpacking and repacking, transporting, matting and framing, installations, signage, and lighting.
Educational Programs Assistants
Because of the extensive training, we like to hire students who will
stay on for several semesters, but seniors are also welcome to apply.
Student artwork in all media, including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, ceramics, and printmaking are presented in this annual exhibition organized by the Student Art Union, the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, and the Department of Fine Arts. The Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, which is open to all St. Lawrence University students, is this year's Barnes Endowment Exhibition. Additional funding is provided by the Department of Fine Arts and the Jeanne Scribner Cashin Endowment for Fine Arts.
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Last updated: Tuesday, May 15, 2001