Open Call

Wassaic Project 2022 Print Fellow Open Call

The Wassaic Project

With Funding
Free / No Costs
Wassaic, United States


Qualifications include: -Print specific training preferred -Proficiency in Photoshop, CMYK Color Separation and other digital media -Ability to work in a collaborative environment -Familiarity with shop maintenance and transparency printing / troubleshooting -Experience providing instruction or guidance -An interest in becoming a part of the Wassaic Community -An ability to live well with others Responsibilities include: -Daily walk-through and clean up / troubleshooting -Weekly check-in -Monthly orientations and coordinating with artists-in-residence -Weekly hours of technical support: 16 hours / week to be scheduled with the rhythm of the residency (i.e. two full days, four half days, or whatever combination works best for the fellow and the artists' needs) -Print Editions: edition prints and assist artists with file preparation (no more than 2 Print Edition artists per month)

Number of Participants



Selection Results (Announcement Dates)


May 02, 2022 - October 31, 2022


  • $700.00 stipend (monthly)


Print Shop


Kitchen, Private Room, Shared Bathroom


No meals

Public Programs

Work Exchange





Program Description

The Wassaic Project seeks a part-time Print Fellow for 6 months to support our Print Program and Artist Residency based in Wassaic, NY. The Print Fellow will live and work in Wassaic, NY, and manage the Wassaic Print Shop, provide support on projects by artists-in-residence, and provide support with Visiting Artists through the Wassaic Project’s Print Edition Program. The Print Fellow will work closely with 10 Print Edition Artists throughout the summer to produce a print edition with each. The Print Fellow will have an opportunity to work closely with a community of artists and have full access to a 24/hr Print Shop in Wassaic, NY. The Wassaic Project cultivates and supports community for emerging and professional contemporary artists, writers, curators, filmmakers and other creatives. Housed in historic, landmark buildings, the residency program offers ten artists each month the opportunity to live and work in the heart of a rural community.

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