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General Advice for Assistants
Old 1st July 2018
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General Advice for Assistants

Hey Geoff!

Any general advice for interns/studio assistants to set themself above the bell curve in terms of studio etiquette and the subtle art of being helpful on the non-technical side of things? What should an intern or assistant do when the dishes are done and there is no obvious task to take on?

Thanks so much!
Ben
Old 5th July 2018
  #2
Hi Ben, I can only let you know what I was told when I started, dress smart, only talk when you are talked to by an artist, I didn't by the way wash dishes, be efficient and helpful and offer your help when you feel it is needed.
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