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  • Assistant Paint Charge May 8, 2021
    Job Dates 06/01/21 – 10/31/21 Pay minimum $701.00 per week Maine State Music Theatre (MSMT) is in search of a full time/exempt seasonal Assistant Paints Charge. Responsibilities for this position shall include, but are not limited to, the following: – Assisting the Paint Charge Artist with supervising paint shop staff – Assisting with painting and
  • Scenic Artist May 1, 2021
    Job Dates June 28 – Sept 24 Pay starting at $12/hr, DOE biweekly STAGES St. Louis, a professional musical theatre company entering our 35th season, is seeking Production Staff for our 2021 Season. The Season consists of two large-scale musicals (Always… Patsy Cline and Jersey Boys). Scenic Artists are responsible for painting all scenic elements
  • Scenic Charge Artist May 1, 2021
    Pay $36,000-$40,000 per year annually The Scenic Charge Artist is a member of the production scenic department reporting to the Technical Director and the Director of Production. The scenic charge artist’s function is to plan and execute all surface treatments and finishing touches on a set, as requested by the scenic designer on a show-by-show
  • Scenic Charge Artist May 1, 2021
    Job Dates 06/07/21 – 08/13/21 Pay $550-650 per week Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: -Painting of all scenic and prop elements for 3 shows, and special event needs; -Ensure completion of all painted set elements for each production to the satisfaction of the WPTC and Set Designers; -Coordinate, schedule, and oversee paint shop
  • Scenic Charge/Adjunct Professor May 1, 2021
    Job Dates Academic Year Pay $26,000 biweekly DESCRIPTION The Department of Theatre and Dance of MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY seeks applicants for an experienced Scenic Charge/Adjunct Professor for the 2021-22 academic year. The part-time position includes teaching, guiding the scenic paint process through completion, mentoring students, and managing scenic paint equipment inventories. Review of applications begins

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  • Re: Re: Wrapping scenery for transport June 7, 2019
    I worked for one shop in Chicago that split pool noodles in 1/2 and put them between the flats on the corners. It was all local or regional trucking . Ellen
    Ellen Jones
  • Re: Re: Wrapping scenery for transport June 6, 2019
    To me it really depends on the finish. If it is a gloss finish -like a floor in 4×8 panels we stack face to back. Make sure you have had 48 hours minimum dry time for good curing. For flats with texture or any crush-able surface we do a stand off frame so the flats […]
    Carole Payette
  • Re: Re: Harpsichord Refinishing June 5, 2019
    Thank you for the advice. I really didn’t want to have to strip the lid. At this point it’s just the lid that needs repaired, however, its up in the air about whether or not we’re fixing it. Fingers crossed that we don’t because I like staying away from oils and solvents on the job […]
    dustysterrell
  • Re: Re: Spanish Moss ideas? June 1, 2019
    Or maybe this place. https://www.amazon.com/Enjoyer-Streamers-Mentalism-Illusion-Multicolor/dp/B07KN3DVQY/ref=sr_1_56_sspa?keywords=paper+confetti+streamers&qid=1559351829&s=gateway&sr=8-56-spons&psc=1
    Angie
  • Re: Re: Spanish Moss ideas? June 1, 2019
    Is buying this moss out of your budget? We did a show recently and we got it by the cubic foot from a floral supply place. We used it in two ways. One was dipping it in flexbond and squeezing out the excess then draping it and letting it dry. Worked a treat.”Sealed” it and […]
    Angie

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  • 2021 Webinar Summit: Scenic Artists Offstage May 1, 2021
    Join us May 16 for an afternoon webinar summit highlighting professionals from industries including film/TV, decorative finishing, historic architectural conservation, large-scale murals, and industrial hygiene. We’ll feature demonstrations, stories, and helpful windows into industries where your skills and interests as a Scenic Artist can find diverse applications. Cost: FREE (attendance limited) You’ll Learn How to […]
  • Taking Care of Yourself as an Artist April 16, 2021
    In 2020, there was nothing.  There was space.  The “great pause” was the first time for many of us in this industry to stop the hustle. There was no next gig or project right around the corner to occupy our minds and time. This moment of stalled time was the first opportunity to genuinely take […]

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  • 2021 Webinar Summit: Scenic Artists Offstage May 16, 2021
    Join us for an afternoon webinar highlighting professionals from industries including film/TV, decorative finishing, historic architectural conservation, large-scale murals, and Industrial Hygiene.  We’ll feature demonstrations, stories, and helpful windows into industries where your skills and interests as a Scenic Artist can find diverse applications. You’ll Learn How to create the fastest and cheapest brick texture […]

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