Sculpture Saint John is now accepting applications for Interns to participate in the 2016 Symposium.
Applications for internships will be evaluated in accordance with the following criteria:
- be a resident of New Brunswick who is of the age of majority (19 years) in New Brunswick;
- have previous experience and/or training in the visual arts;
- have working knowledge of power tools and related equipment;
- show a commitment to learning the skills of stone carving.
The deadline is 5 pm (Atlantic Time) on February 28, 2016. Click here to apply.
From 150 international applicants a jury selected eight accomplished artists to participate in the third New Brunswick International Sculpture Symposium in Saint John. This year’s artists are:
- Fetiye Boudevin – France
- James Boyd – Canada
- Julie Glaspy – Canada
- Catherine Leva – France
- Janine Kortz-Waintrop – France
- Min Kyoung Uk – South Korea
- Alessio Ranaldi – Italy
- Jesse Salisbury – USA
While shaping massive chunks of stunning local granite into works of art; these creative and talented individuals will share their knowledge with each other, the six young interns who will work with them and the general public. Tens of thousands of people will watch as they drill, chip, sand and polish masterworks, over the six weeks of the symposium. For more information visit sculpturesaintjohn.com.
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