DEPT OF INTERIOR DESIGN SEEKS STUDENT ARTISTS, ARTWORKS
Don W Collier, Program Director of Interior Design, is working on an interior design job here in Lubbock that is interested in using TTU students art work either on a permanent basis or on a rotating basis. They are looking for artworks on paper or paintings in an expressive manner either in color or black & white. The work could be large scale or a series that works together in an installation. The interiors are going to be very simple, clean line, modern and business like. There are 6 – 8 different areas that have been designed to feature art as a focal point.
The artwork will be installed in the offices of a wealth management company out of Florida in their Lubbock office. The budget is good.
If interested, contact Don W. Collier, Program Director of Interior Design
Don.firstname.lastname@example.org or cell phone: 806-773-0688
MAX & COMPANY SEEKS ARTIST FOR PART-TIME WORK
Max & Company (3896 50th Street) seeks an artist/painter to work 15-20 hours weekly. Pay will depend on skill level, around $9-$10 per hour. Work hours are flexible. They are seeking someone with great energy that can hand-paint texts and other designs. Someone that can take a paint brush and swirl different letter fonts. On canvas and possible furniture. Some basic furniture skills would be learned in the process. Some graphic skills would be great. They are seeking someone who could potentially paint a sign or window for advertising.
If interested call Sam Ramos at 806-787-6301; or you can stop by the store between 10 am – 4 pm.
TTU MUSEUM SEEKS TO FUND STUDENT RESEARCH RELATED PROJECTS
The Art Division of the Museum of Texas Tech has some monetary resources to encourage students—graduate or undergraduate—to use the Museum’s art collection in research or research-related projects. There are no disciplinary boundaries. Encouraging use of original art works in our collection in some meaningful manner is the target. The project may be historical, technical, cultural, sociological, anthropological, aesthetic, critical, interpretive, pedagogical or something altogether “other”? Funds can support class-based projects or independent projects.
If interested contact:
Peter S Briggs, PhD,
Helen DeVitt Jones Curator of Art
Graduate Faculty, Museum Science
Museum of Texas Tech University
PO Box 43191
Lubbock, TX 79409-3191