What we are working on at Brandywine!
Deja shows her graphic design work samples at the iCreate Internship orientation day.

OPPORTUNITY

iCreate Internship
Summer 2017

for

High school students attending the Philadelphia Public Schools

High school students attending Philadelphia Public Schools who are committed to pursuing a career in the “creative economy” (fine art, video production, digital design, graphics and communications) are invited to register for orientation and portfolio review to be considered for employment in the iCreate Internship program during the summer 2017.

To register, go to iCreatezone.org and submit your registration information. Deadline for registering for Spring Saturday workshop is midnight March 31, 2017

In the Subject like write: iCreate Internship Summer 2017

In the message section: Please include your school name and what grade you are currently in.

If you have any questions email us at prints@brandywineworkshop.com

Gustavo shows interns how to silk screen
Interns film interview as part of their internship training
Interns learn to use Adobe After Effects to create Animations. This was created during the 2016 summer session by the interns with the help of an instructor.

The Libby Newman Residency Program in Printmaking

for 

Local Artists, — Deadline February 28th, 2017

Print, Collage, piece created by Libby Newman. It was displayed at her solo show at Brandywine’s Glass Lobby Gallery.
About Libby Newman

Libby Newman BFA ‘80 at the University of the Arts in Printmaking, a government arts advocate and spokesperson, the founding director & curator of the University City Science Center Art Gallery (Esther M. Klein Gallery) and curator for Governor Thornberg. Her work is in the collection of over 32 museums and libraries around the world. She was given the honor of being selected to be A Distinguished Daughter of Pennsylvania.

Statement by Libby Newman

I applied for an internship at the Brandywine Workshop in 1984 to learn more about printmaking under the guidance of master printers currently at the Brandywine. Allan Edmunds had shown such a commitment and knowledge of art that I knew I could learn a great deal from him. My thinking proved correct. I believe in giving back to the art community that has always been so generous to me.

Statement on Eligibility Requirements and Goal of the Residency

The Fund, approximately $1,200 a year, is given to a local artist not currently enrolled in an University Program, for a residency at  Brandywine Workshop. All projects must include some use of the print medium or printing process, analog or digital, or a combination of processes. The money is provided to cover the costs for materials and labor of the master printer and assistants. The project should be accomplished during the months of April to October of the Fund receiving year.

Application Form:

Please send all materials in file format (jpgs or word) toprints@brandywineworkshop.com

If unable to send a file by email, you can drop-off or mail in a DVD with the requested information.
Your Resume: A one-page artist’s statement which shares your aesthetic ideas, thematic interests, past accomplishments and future plans, and how the residency will affect your growth as an artist. (500 words minimum)

A brief project description you consider working on during the internship at the Brandywine Workshop and Archives. (approx. 250 words)
A sample of 6-8 images representing your current art work, and, if you have them, link to a documentary video or your personal website
Application Deadline: February 28th

You will be immediately notified by email of the receipt of your application

Notification of Acceptance by April 1st

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