Printmaking & Book Arts Studio Work Study Assistant

Date: 08/22/2011 Office/Department: Art - Print & Bookmaking
Starting Wage: Minimum Supervisor: Nicole Piettrantoni
Openings: No Department Head:

Printmaking & Book Arts Studio Work Study Assistant

Fall 2012

Job Description

The work study assistant in the Printmaking & Book Arts Studio will:

  • assist in the organization and maintenance of the Prinrtmaking & Book Art Studio
  • research current printmaking and book arts practices and techniques to help create a non-toxic and environmentally conscious Printmaking & Book Arts Studio
  • clean and sort materials, tools, and letterpress type
  • prepare materials for class demontrations

assist in the printing of editions and special projects with Professor Pietrantoni

Skills & Requirements

  • prior studio art experience in both printmaking and book arts is required (at least one beginning course in each)
  • student should possess good organizational skills and be self-directed
  • commit to 6-8 hours per week of work in the studios


$10.00 per hour.  Priority will be given to those eligible for Washington State and Federal Work Study.

Application Process

Contact Professor Nicole Pietrantoni at with an introductory email stating your qualifications and experience.  Please note if you have work study.  Interviews will be scheduled during the second week of classes. 


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