Unfortunately, Green Door Printmaking Studio does not have any vacancies at this time.
Volunteer with us
Green Door Printmaking Studio is always interested in hearing from people who wish to learn and develop their work alongside other artists, as well as help people gain vital experience of working within a printmaking studio.
Giving people this opportunity is part of our ethos as an open access studio, and we encourage anyone and everyone interested to get in touch!
Invigilating our print-related exhibitions, such as the Derby Print Open and the International Print Exchange.
Studio technician work (helping to maintain our studio, organising stock and assisting our tutors).
Helping to distribute promotional materials to local businesses.
Learning about our studio and helping to develop your own personal development plan for future career possibilities.
What we’re looking for:
You must be 18 or over
A passion for printmaking is mandatory!
Have the time to spare, be well organised and reliable
We are particularly interested in undergraduate students who are wishing to expand their creative CV
Proactive thinking and resourcefulness
Even if it’s a few hours a week, part-time or full-time, we’re interested in hearing from you. Please contact us if you would like to be a part of our team.
Green Door’s Student Work Placement Programme is an ongoing project that reflects our commitment to young student’s studying Art who would otherwise have no access to printmaking facilities as a medium option in preparation of their course portfolios.
To learn more about our work placments click here.
Green Door Printmaking is an equal opportunities organisation. We firmly believe that all people, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation or religious background are equal and, therefore, have the right to be part of our community of printmakers.
We support a diverse range of creative disciplines as part of our membership core; from photographers to sculptors, graphic designers to fine artists, undergraduate students and accomplished higher-education lecturers.