Internships have been available in various areas of interest Blue Rock Workshop, in addition to the print studio. Interns may be involved in all activities at the print studio — the newest and only openly accessible print studio in northern Wisconsin. The print studio has hosted workshops, print openings, studio visits, lectures and artists’ talks. The print studio's internships offer opportunities to learn and hone printmaking skills, gain collaborating experience, meet exciting artists and instructors, learn about contemporary art, get an insider’s perspective on the distinctive art community residing near Lake Superior, and help produce new cutting-edge artwork that pushes the boundaries of traditional printmaking.
Interns are expected to have some working knowledge of printmaking, art, business, education or art administration. Regular attendance and a commitment to the program are required, unless the responsibilities can be met using web technology. Students may receive academic credit or use our flexible and well-equipped studio in exchange for their donated time. If you would like to be an intern, please click on the Contact Us button below.
Lily Rawson, (right) was a distinguished former intern from the University Wisconsin Stevens Point who double majored in Fine Art and English. Her great work and skill has led her to pursue a Master in Fine Arts Degree in glassblowing at Ball State University. She taught as a grad student and received a full ride scholarship. While still in high school she was involved in Visual Arts Classic and started Stevens Point Area High School’s first VAC team. She has had experience teaching art to both elementary, high school, and college students. Lily, a former student of Washburn High School, led the development of Blue Rock Workshop's Youth Summer Art Camp Programs in July 2015 for the 4th consecutive year. .