• Scenic Artist November 30, 2023
    JOB DESCRIPTION Job Title: Scenic Artist Salary & Benefits: $13.00 an hour (plus overtime after 40 hours) Eligible for Insurance Benefits after 90 days Shared, dorm style housing provided at no cost Department: Paints Reports to Scenic Charge Artist Dates of Employment: May 6 – Aug 11 / Aug 26 – Dec 1, 2024 position
  • Paint Apprentice/Stage Crew November 16, 2023
    The Tony-award winning UTAH SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, a professional theater company in residence at Southern Utah University, is accepting applications for two Paint Apprentices/Stage Crew for the 2024 season. The Utah Shakespeare Festival produces a seven-show repertory season and three Green Shows across four venues in the summer/fall of each year. Work begins April 29th and
  • Scenic Artist November 16, 2023
    Title: Staff Scenic Artist Reports to: Scenic Paint Charge Employment Classification: Hourly non-exempt, year-round, full-time Salary: Hourly pay range starts at $26/hour, depending on experience, time and a half after 40. Benefits include: Full medical, dental and vision coverage; retirement plan with employer match; and highly competitive PTO, leave and holiday time policies. Full benefits package
  • Scenic Charge Artist – NY November 11, 2023
    Job Dates 05/24/24 – 08/03/24 Cortland Repertory Theatre is accepting resumes for Scenic Charge Artist for our 2024 summer season. CRT is a professional theater located in upstate New York, a half hour south of Syracuse, on the edge of the Fingerlakes Region. Our 2024 summer season will run from May 20 – August 17.
  • Scenic Charge – NY November 11, 2023
    Job Dates 05/06/24 – 09/18/24 Pay $675, plus Overtime over 40hrs, housing provided per week The REV Theatre Company in Auburn, NY seeks a Scenic Charge for its 2024 season, including ‘Jersey Boys’, ‘Newsies’, ‘Bandstand’ and the new country musical ‘May We All’. For full job description and application instructions please visit: The REV

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  • Reply To: A Pathway of Student Projects 2023-2024 September 12, 2023
    Great advice, thanks! I’ll try to implement these things moving forward. Working on Arch/Urn and Pedestal/Urn projects currently so plenty of opportunity for more shadow work and better light/color placement; I hope I do ya proud!
    Addison Griffin
  • Reply To: A Pathway of Student Projects 2023-2024 September 12, 2023
    Addison, I am seeing a  lot of improvement in your skills as I caught up with this forum thread. Good Work! 3 things I think you are missing in your Tromp work –  1. Colored Reflective (Bounce) light, especially in your Pissarro shapes. for example, I’d like to see some of the blue box shining […]
    Angelique Powers
  • Street Shoe Question September 7, 2023
    Hi All I can’t seem to reply to the previous conversation on Street Shoe Sealer so am starting a new thread~ Has anyone used this sealer over other sealers? I have a floor with multiple coats of everything on it, including the Parks Pro Polyurethane. I can do the test, but before I order in […]
    Jeffrey Cook
  • Shop Code of Conduct August 7, 2023
    Hello! I know this question is not about paint itself, but I would love some advice. I am a Scenic Charge and Volunteer Coordinator for a large Community Theatre- about 400-500 volunteers on stage and backstage per year. I recently have faced an issue in which having a Code of Conduct would have been very […]
    Ashley Brassell
  • Reply To: A Pathway of Student Projects 2023-2024 July 14, 2023
    1’8″x 2′ Gold Cartouche 4’x 8′ TOSPMS Project I didn’t quit I promise! Ended up batching the first hand full of projects; I’ll have them all posted pretty soon. If you want to see close-ups and process photos feel free to search @griffpaints on Instagram and Facebook. The Cartouche was an absolute delight to paint; […]
    Addison Griffin


  • Don’t Eat It! November 18, 2023
    Don’t Eat It! Eat Me! Drink Me! Consuming unknown substances usually only ends well in fairytales… and even then, it’s often a gamble. While it may seem like a good idea at the time, in the long run, it’s probably not. There are several rules and guidelines in any shop you visit, but in mine, […]
  • Blood, Guts, and Raw Umber! October 30, 2023
    Blood, Guts, and Raw Umber: An inside look at theming London’s ‘Home of Halloween’ As a team, we in the Studios department of Merlin Entertainments’ London County Hall Attractions are responsible for the creation and maintenance of all theming, props, costumes, hair, and makeup across The London Dungeon, Shrek’s Adventure London and Sealife London Aquarium. […]

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