Looking for a new gig or side hustle? Check out this round up of some Greenpoint-based jobs.
A restaurant needs a line cook. “We butcher fish and whole animals in-house, produce our own charcuterie, and also feature a strong repertoire of vegetarian and vegan recipes.” —could this be Cherry Point? New Mexican spot Oxomoco, housed in Greenpoint’s tiniest standalone building, is looking for bartenders, servers, hosts, barracks, cooks, and dishwashers. Calexico has an open position for a daytime cashier. Greenpoint-based nature camp, wBees Forest School needs summer camp teachers for their “nature-based and arts-rich summer camp”. The Richardson is looking for some experienced bartenders. A family-owned cafe in GP put out the call for a new barista. A jewelry line is looking to fill two internship roles: production and operations. Sanctuary Salon is looking for a new stylistto join their team. Kickstarter has 10 engineering roles (and more) open. Atlas Obscura has 3 editorial fellowship positionsup for grabs.
Teaching Artists Seth Ginsberg, Terence Murren, Rozz Nash, and Villi Vilhjalmsson created CAMP in 2009 to provide an enriching and fun arts experience for young people in Williamsburg and the nearby neighborhood of Greenpoint. Campers ages 4-11 participate in dance, music, visual arts and theater classes and learn alongside working artists. Each session has its own script developed by Camp with a professional script writer and theater director. CAMP culminates in a unique, multi media performance presentation with costumes, sets, songs, dances, and video. Continue reading →
Summer camp season is upon us and fab local peace initiative We Make Peace will be teaching a fun, interactive learn and play program at Word Bookstore every Tuesday during July.
Parents can leave kids aged 9-12yrs in the capable hands of founder Marie Mamonia for 2 hours every Tuesday from 12 noon – 2PM when she will engage them in fun exercises and games that promote friendship, peace and unity as well as enhance empathy and compassion. Continue reading →
The closest I ever got to art at summer camp was making friendship bracelets. Art camp didn’t exist when I was a kid – oh the things I would have made!
Give your child the opportunity to make and learn about REAL art this summer at Tumbleweeds Art Camp, taught by local teaching artist Hayley Youngs.
Located at the beautiful Awakening NY wellness center, Tumbleweeds Art Camp will run for 3 weeks this July 2014 for children 4-8 years old.
Each day campers work on structured art projects with one-on-one attentions, plus free art time to find their inner Picasso. Painting, sculpture, printmaking, fiber art and recycled art are just some examples of what your child will be getting into. Snack time, lunchtime and outdoor playtime will take place nearby at the McCarren Park Playground.
Don’t wait. Summer camps fill up quickly in North Brooklyn.
(SPONSORED) City Sculpting is looking forward to another spectacular summer beginning July 8th at our Manhattan and Greenpoint locations!
Art teachers Vanessa Solomon, Elaine Carl, Katherine Valentine and Gemma Gibb bring their diverse artistic experiences and talents to our students.
Our 2013 City Sculpting Summer program will explore countless ways of making, building and casting all sorts of sculptural creations. We use life casting to inspire projects around a theme of self portraits. We will make exotic clay creations inspired from Africa and Mexican masks. Children will learn to weave, bead and make endless crafty creations. Not to mention print making and water colors and basic life and fantasy drawing.
Children build on projects one day at a time, expanding their technical skills and creative realms.
Older children are are challenged with more advanced projects and techniques. Our age range is 5 to 12.
We are outward-bound everyday, weather permitting, for free play and outdoor picnics, and our Greenpoint location has a magical garden!
Many children come back for a second week and return with friends to our program every year!
DISCOUNT! 10% OFF IF YOU MENTION GREENPOINTERS!
The classes are small and space is limited, advance registration is advised.
The average class size in Brooklyn is 6; in Manhattan it is 12 to 18. Child teacher ratio is 6 to one.
The program runs from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Extended days are offered at both venues, pricing will vary according to numbers.
Registration is weekly and only a few spots are available. Hurry to inquire by emailing Vanessa (at) citysculpting.com or call Vanessa at 646-2218450