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Clay Art Center Seeking Studio Manager

July 02, 2020

Clay Art Center Seeking Studio Manager

Position: Studio Manager

Location: Port Chester, NY

Salary: $32,000-36,000

Clay Art Center, a nationally recognized non-profit center for the advancement and practice of the ceramic arts, seeks a Studio Manager to be responsible for running the facilities and day-to-day operations of the studio. The individual must have experience in a similar ceramic studio environment, technical knowledge of kilns and glazes, and be experienced initiating studio improvements.

For more information about the position and how to apply, click here.




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