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We are seeking xperienced and enthusiastic lead cooks and cook’s assistants for the 2016 season to prepare meals and baked goods (from scratch) for our guests. Snow Farm is a non-profit organization located on 50 acres in rural Williamsburg, MA (only 15 minutes from Northampton); guests stay for weekend and week-long art/craft instruction in nine different studios.
Snow Farm is a welcoming and friendly community in which to work. This position includes weekends and spans from April/May-October 2016. Ideal candidate would be interested in continued seasonal employment after the 2016 season.
To apply for either the lead cook or cook’s assistant position, fill out the online application or email your contact info and work experience to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 31st. Qualified candidates will be contacted for interviews.
Join Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program, a non-profit arts organization in beautiful and rustic Williamsburg, MA.
We are now accepting applications for Snow Farm Summer 2016, a residential studio craft program for high school students. Including staff orientation, the program runs June 30 – July 30, 2016. We are looking for enthusiastic, patient, and dependable artists to instruct students in the following media:
• Woodworking (July 3-16 only)
• Fiber & Textile Design (July 17-30 only)
• Metalsmithing & Jewelry
• Metal Sculpture & Fabrication (July 17-30 only)
• Drawing & Painting
• Printmaking (July 3-16 only)
In addition to responsibilities in the studio, all instructors participate in recreational activities and assist with overall supervision of the students in the residential setting. All positions are temporary and require living on campus in Williamsburg, MA. This position includes salary, dorm accommodations, and all meals. Whether you are an established artist or have just completed your MFA, we look forward to hearing from you!
Snow Farm welcomes workshop proposals from talented, creative artists throughout the year. In order to be considered, please submit a workshop proposal via the Prospective Instructor Application You will be asked to submit a brief workshop description (60-80 words), a bio or resume, and images (via your website, an online portfolio, or by uploading images to the form). We will be back in touch with feedback or for more information as needed. Thank you for your interest in Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program.