Art Work Study
Work study positions within the Department of Art & Art History and the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery give our students real-world experience in the visual arts
From graphic design
to kiln firing
, there are a range of opportunities for qualified students who wish to participate in this campus-wide financial aid program (click here for guidelines)
. Work study positions in the visual arts are particularly beneficial to students, allowing them to earn valuable experience in studio management and promotion of the Art & Art History Program.
There are currently three art & art history positions available. Contact Michael Pittari, chair of art & art history, for more information.
- Promotion and Special Projects Assistant—Includes design of posters and in-house materials; 6 to 12 hours per week.
- Research Assistant—Includes image scanning and art historical research; 6 to 8 hours per week.
- Studio Assistant—Includes management of ceramics, painting, and photography studios; 6 to 8 hours per week.