The Artmobile - Only Mobile Art Studio in Massachusetts!
The Driving Force Behind The Wheel
Andrea Crowley, Founder & art Therapist
As a mother, a wife, an avid runner, and a sugar-holic, I find balance and peace when utilizing my expressive side.
Growing up with a passion for making art has brought me on this creative adventure in working with individuals of all ages and abilities. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Art History and a Master’s degree in Art Therapy. In recent years, I've worked as an Art Therapist at McLean Hospital, and a Preschool Teacher at Lincoln Nursery School at the deCordova Art Museum and Sculpture Park.
My hope is to encourage people of all ages to have fun with art, be creative, try something new, and express yourself!
SUCHI MUMFORD, CO-OWNER
Throughout my life, the arts have been a constant presence in the form of a hobby or just appreciation. In 2012, I opened Indigo Fire Ceramics Center and realized it's possible to do what you love and love what you do.
I have a BA in Business Management and MA in International Development. My work was always centered around creating and growing innovative programs for children and underserved communities.
I love working with people who are unsure of their abilities and then watching them find their creative selves. I also love working with kids because they amaze me with their interpretations of the world.
When I'm not working on the Artmobile, I spend time with my two daughters and our fluffy dog, Milo. I also teach Ceramics locally.
Employment Opportunities on The Artmobile
Job Title: Weekend Artmobile Driver
Day-to-Day Responsibilities of the Role: The driver will pick up The Artmobile (a 22’ box truck, height 11’6’, weight 14,000) from its parking space, and drive it to a designated location for an event. At the conclusion of the event, the driver will then return the truck to its parking space.
Term of Employment: Hours per week will depend on the amount of events booked. Could be between 4-15 hours per week.
Job Location: Driver will need to be able to get to Lexington to pick up a truck and drive within a 15-30 miles radius of Lexington. Each event will be at a variety of locations throughout Lexington and surrounding towns.
Remuneration: Set fee of $25-$35/event pending distance
Mandatory Skills: Must be 25 years of age. Have a valid Massachusetts driver’s license. Have had a driver’s license for at least 5 years. Experience in driving school buses, vans, airport limos. Assist in loading and unloading materials for the event. Keep track of mileage. Must be able to lift 30lbs Be able to use Co-pilot app for driving directions (as to follow appropriate roads for a large box truck). Must be responsible, friendly, polite and courteous. Be able to communicate information to the owner. Must agree to fill out CORI form (background check), and a public driving record request form prior to hire. Must agree to Non-Compete and Non-disclosure forms.
Deadline: December 19, 2017
*Contact us through the "Book Now" section if interested.