Gateway CDC artist space opening

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
for the
New ezStorage at Brentwood
4301-4305 Rhode Island Avenue
Brentwood, MD 20722

This project is the first to utilize federal New Market Tax Credits in the
Gateway Arts District and includes the Gateway Artists’ Studios and Retail
Space.

Speakers at the opening included:
Brentwood Mayor Bettyjean Schmiedigen,
Senator David Harrington
Cheryl P Derricotte – Executive Director of the Gateway CDC & glass artist

The Brentwood Arts Center annex at ez Storage in the Gateway Arts District has storefront studios for rent. Located at 4103-4105 Rhode Island Ave. This is a rare opportunity for artists to have store front studio space where you can make art and exhibit your work all at once. This space is also available to arts related organizations.
They have a total of 1835 square feet of store front space on Rhode Island Ave. that rents for $1835 a month plus utilities. The storefront space can be kept intact or subdivided into 4 individual storefront studios.
For more info call John Paradiso, Arts and Community Development Officer, Gateway CDC at 301-864-3860 Ext.3.

We’re Hiring!

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Positions available:

(1) Studio Assistant. Paid position which starts at $10 per hour. This position is very hands on. You will be mold-making, lost wax casting, deep relief dry plaster casting, cleaning the studio, welding, etc. Experience in any of these skills is great, but otherwise you will be learning them quickly. Dependability is primary in this position, and the ability to work with a wide variety of personalities. The ideal candidate is self-motivated and can work in a multi-task arts environment, where craftsmanship and pride of work is important.

(2) Studio Intern. This is an unpaid position This is a great way to learn a large variety of skills and receive mentorship in your own art career. This is a very exciting opportunity for someone who doesn’t have the resources to pay for the classes offered here.

(3) Teaching Assistant. This position is also unpaid, and requires some experience in glass. This is perfect for the glass artist who wants to help out at a few classes, and learn while they assist. Its also a great way to be exposed to the energy and experience surrounding this studio, but in short time spans.

email washglassschool@aol.com or call Tim Tate at 202-744-8222 for more information.