Marwen Opportunities

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Marwen welcomes staff and teaching artists from all backgrounds, industries, and skillsets. We believe our inclusive community helps us better serve our mission to provide free arts courses and college and career counseling to Chicago youth from under-resourced communities and schools.

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APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, September 25, 2020

The Lab Residency is open to young practicing artists who are in 10th-12th grades during the 2020-2021 school year.

The Lab Residency is a yearlong immersive program designed to support young artists in the development of their arts practice and foster a community of support amongst emerging young artists. Lab residents collaborate with teaching artists and fellow young artists to develop creative concepts, hone their artistic voices and engage in art-making. Lab residents have access to supplies, equipment and art-making resources to help develop work, both solo and collaborative with fellow residents. Upon completion of this year long residency,  Lab residents will complete at least one project suitable for inclusion in a portfolio and work from each Lab resident will be featured in a group exhibition. In addition to supplies and weekly class sessions, Lab residents will receive a $100 stipend per term ($200 total) for their participation in the program.

To apply, COMPLETE THIS FORM by Friday, September 25.

MARWEN LAB RESIDENCY 2020-2021
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APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, September 25, 2020

The Lab Residency is open to young practicing artists who are in 10th-12th grades during the 2020-2021 school year.

The Lab Residency is a yearlong immersive program designed to support young artists in the development of their arts practice and foster a community of support amongst emerging young artists. Lab residents collaborate with teaching artists and fellow young artists to develop creative concepts, hone their artistic voices and engage in art-making. Lab residents have access to supplies, equipment and art-making resources to help develop work, both solo and collaborative with fellow residents. Upon completion of this year long residency,  Lab residents will complete at least one project suitable for inclusion in a portfolio and work from each Lab resident will be featured in a group exhibition. In addition to supplies and weekly class sessions, Lab residents will receive a $100 stipend per term ($200 total) for their participation in the program.

To apply, COMPLETE THIS FORM by Friday, September 25.

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Application instructions are included within each job post.

For other inquires about full and part time roles, contact careers@marwen.org.

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For Studio Facilitator opportunities, learn more here.

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