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Job Posting: Assistant/Associate Professor - Time and Movement (Foundation)

[10.22.17] The Foundation Department at Pratt Institute invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant/ Professor rank to begin Fall 2018. The successful candidate will teach our Time and Movement Course. Time and Movement is a course developed at Pratt and is somewhat unique, and as its title suggests, is in constant evolution. It requires professional digital skills as well as a deep conceptual understanding of time-based work, and the ability to adapt to, and anticipate new territory in the field.  

The Foundation department teaches first-year undergraduates who will continue their studies in either the School of Art or the School of Design. Foundation is a teaching department and proven ability in the classroom, at the Foundation Level and knowledge of pedagogical practice will be primary considerations. Professional accomplishment is important as it informs and renews our practice, and keeps one current in the field.

Ability to contribute in all ways to the department, including the ability to teach to in and across our four disciplines is a plus. S/he will also be expected to play an active role in the life of the Department and the Institute as a whole.  

Located on Pratt’s historic 25-acre campus in the culturally diverse neighborhood of Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, Pratt recognizes the strength that stems from a diversity of perspectives, ideas, backgrounds, approaches, and experiences. We aspire to continue to grow as a place that always welcomes and encourages individuals of all backgrounds to contribute to and be part of Pratt culture.


  • Teach Time and Movement at the Foundation level
  • Prepare students to major in multiple disciplines in either Pratt’s School of Art or its School of Design.
  • Advise and mentor students
  • Demonstrate and maintain substantial creative accomplishments and professional standing in applicant’s field of art and/or design.
  • Participate in curriculum development.
  • Participate in committee work and other service to the department and Institute.
  • Possibly teach at least one of the other three courses constituting the Foundation year at Pratt: the full-year Light, Color and Design sequence; the one-semester Space, Form, Process class; and the one semester Time and Movement course.
  • Full-time Foundation faculty teach a load of thirty studio contact hours annually, two six-hour classes per week one semester and three six-hour classes the other.
  • Perform all other related activities as required

QUALIFICATIONS: We require an MFA or equivalent, and at least three years’ college/university/art school teaching experience, preferably at the Foundation Level. A strong record of professional accomplishment in applicant’s field of art and/or design is essential. Candidates must also have excellent interpersonal skills, a demonstrated level of intercultural competence, and ability to work well with diverse populations.

SALARY and RANK are commensurate with qualifications and experience

TO APPLY: Please submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for three professional references via our internal application site at http://tinyurl.com/ybkgvcto.

Please also submit a professional portfolio/reel of recent creative work and student work with 20 examples via Slideroom at https://prattjobs.slideroom.com/#/permalink/program/39818

Review of applications will begin November 4, 2017 and continue until the position is filled. PRATT INSTITUTE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND RECOGNIZES AND VALUES THE BENEFITS OF A DIVERSE WORKFORCE

Job Posting: Instructor, Non-Tenure Track in Interdisciplinary Design

[10.22.17] DePaul University’s College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) School of Design (SoD) invites applications for a one-year renewable full-time, non-tenure track faculty in Interdisciplinary Design. Located in the heart of Chicago’s vibrant Loop, the School of Design, which launched in January 2015, offers a learning environment that nurtures the development of new kinds of designers: flexible, interdisciplinary, life-long learners trained as collaborative problem seekers and solvers. Graduates are capable of integrating existing and cutting-edge technologies and social practices into visualizations, games, apps, products, processes, and experiences that positively impact society. We are interested in candidates who are excited to realize a vision for the School of Design that is based on its core values: 

  • Empowering Designers, Makers, Artists, Users, and Audiences
  • Cultural Impact and Relevance
  • Building and Nourishing Community
  • Diversity of People and of Experiences
  • Experimentation and Innovation

DePaul draws students of many backgrounds and cultures from a diverse urban setting, thus we are interested in recruiting and maintaining a diverse group of faculty. Members of all underrepresented groups, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities are invited and encouraged to apply. Our university promotes diversity and inclusivity among our students, faculty, and staff. Thus, we seek candidates whose experience has prepared them to fulfill our commitment to inclusion, and have given them the confidence to fully engage audiences in higher education from a wide spectrum of backgrounds. To learn more about CDM and the School of Design, please visit http://cdm.depaul.edu. Applications should include a cover letter, CV, teaching statement, sample syllabi, and three letters of recommendation. 

To Apply Visit [ HERE ]

Priority deadline: January 1, 2018

Job Posting: Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Digital Media

[10.09.17] The Lewis & Clark College Department of Art invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Digital Media beginning Fall 2018. The candidate is expected to develop courses in the new area of Digital Media in a Studio Arts program. Areas of expertise may include: 2D imaging, 3D fabrication, coding, animation, sound and video, multimedia installation, and other intersections between studio art, media and technology. An established exhibition record that demonstrates a high level of professional engagement and accomplishment relevant to the candidate’s practice is expected. The ideal candidate should be well versed in the theory and understanding of the cultural effects of new media and digital technologies in contemporary art practice. A MFA is required and two or more years of teaching experience beyond graduate school is preferred. Experience teaching in a manner that values conversations between media and across disciplines is especially welcome. The usual teaching load is five courses per academic year, including introductory, intermediate, and upper level courses of the instructor’s design, rotation into senior projects and a junior theory seminar, and rotation into the college’s interdisciplinary freshman year program.

Review of applications will begin on January 1, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled. Indicate in letter of application if you plan on attending the 2018 CAA conference in Los Angeles. Preliminary interviews will be conducted in mid February.

A complete application must be uploaded to Interfolio following directions on the site and include (1) curriculum vitae; (2) a letter of application which includes: a statement of teaching experience and creative interests, an explanation of how your teaching at Lewis & Clark might contribute to a learning community that values diversity, and a statement of educational philosophy and discussion of how digital media might fit into a liberal arts studio curriculum; (3) sample course syllabi, course materials, and if available, course evaluations and examples of student work; (4) artist’s statement; (5) three letters of recommendation (uploaded separately by referees); (6) twenty examples of recent creative work.

Lewis & Clark College will conduct background checks on the finalist. Lewis & Clark College is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status, such as race, religion, color, national origin, sex or age. Questions regarding Title IX may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator or OCR. The College is committed to preparing students for leadership in an increasingly interdependent world, and affirms the educational benefits of diversity. (See http://www.lclark.edu/dept/about/diversity.html)

Job Posting: Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Graphic Design

[10.01.17] The Department of Art and Design at Adrian College invites applicants for an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design.  This tenure track position will begin in January 2018.  Candidate will be instrumental in developing a new degree program for Graphic Design. 

Candidate must be experienced in various aspects of the discipline including teaching foundations, introductory courses, and advanced graphic design studio sequences. Strong candidates will demonstrate experience and knowledge in Adobe Creative software. Courses taught will include a variety of graphic & interactive design processes, including print, web, motion, and animation. Candidate will also work closely with Art faculty and students in group critiques. 

Minimum Qualifications: MFA in Graphic Design or related field

Desired Qualifications: Preference will be given to candidates with experience teaching at the college level, and to those with experience in the industry.

Adrian College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and women and minorities are encouraged to apply. If offered a position, finalist must furnish proof of U.S. citizenship or proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. within three (3) days of commencing employment.

A private, co-educational college of liberal arts and sciences related to the United Methodist Church, Adrian College is a traditional four-year residential institution offering a focused undergraduate education. The College offers more than 50 majors and pre-professional programs, 39 athletic teams and eight institutes dedicated to a diverse and personalized approach to education. Adrian College features state-of-the-art facilities, small class sizes and an innovative approach to the academic and personal growth of its students.

 U.S. News & World Report 2016 edition has recognized Adrian College as the ‘#19 Regional Top Baccalaureate College in the Midwest’ Adrian also received accolades as a “Best Value” school. The College landed 14th on the list of Best Value schools in the Midwest region. The College has also been recognized as a “Best School for Veterans,” sitting 14th in the Midwest. Adrian College is located in Southeast Michigan, about 45 minutes from Ann Arbor and Toledo.

Interested individuals should submit the following o the search committee at artsearch@adrian.edu:

  • Letter of Interest
  • Current Curriculum Vita
  • Three References
  • Unofficial Undergraduate and Graduate Transcripts (Official transcripts will be required from candidates selected for a campus interview.)
  • Statement of Teaching Philosophy
  • 20 images of personal work and 20 images of student work posted on a website (please include link).

Review of applications will be begin on Oct 6th 2017, but will be taken until the position is filled.



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