With the Chequamegon Bay’s robust art community come local art-related job and residency opportunities. Please continue to check out these posts as we will update them frequently.

Woods Hall Gallery and Studios is seeking a new Gallery and Studio Manager. The
application deadline is December 15, 2022.
Woods Hall’s Gallery and Studio Manager will manage Gallery operations and promote
the creative work of our local artists. Retail Manager supports the mission Woods Hall
by managing:
– Retail and Gallery operations
– Budget management
– Display of merchandise
– Public relations and marketing communications
– Communications with artists, Board, volunteers, donors, and customers

Gallery and Studio Manager works closely with artists, volunteers, donors, customers,
and Board members; meets bi-monthly with Board Chair; supervises Gallery Assistant,
Studio Managers, staff, and volunteers; has on-site facilities oversight; trains cashiers
and volunteers on retail procedures, customer service, and Gallery expectations; liaises
with Treasurer and Bookkeeper on financial management; writes grant requests;
coordinates studio and building use with Studio Managers; supports educational
programs and artist demonstrations; and serves as Gallery Cashier as needed.

Experience desired:
– Effective communication skills
– Positive staff/volunteer supervision
– Computer proficiency and website management
– Retail management and gallery design skills
– Non-profit experience
Commitment and Compensation:
Average of 35 hours per week for 50 weeks at $20/hour = $35,000
Gallery and Studio Manager works an average of 35 hours/week and understands
the position requires more hours May – October and fewer hours November – April.
Send resume and letter of interest by December 15 to:
Louise Parker
Woods Hall Board Chair



2023 Artist in Residency Mentoring Program Opportunity 

Application Deadline December 19, 2022
Approximate Position Term: April 2023-August 2023
Stipend: $2000

During 2022-23 we are offering a residency opportunity focused on mentoring young artists. This was made possible through a Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment grant described below. During this time applicants will only be accepted for the below described focus. Those interested in our traditional residency without the mentorship focus are encouraged to apply in future years.