• Breathing Color is growing fast and we’re looking for outstanding employees to help us get where we’re headed! If you are interested in working in a creative, collaborative environment where opportunities to express your passions and develop your skills are ripe, Breathing Color could just be your new play.

    We are currently accepting open applications. Artists encouraged to apply.

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