Judson University seeks an individual to guide and direct the new School of Art, Design and Architecture as its first Dean. The Dean of the School of Art, Design and Architecture, under direction from the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, provides academic leadership to the rapidly growing programs in Fine Art, Visual Communication, Interior Design and Architecture. Duties include handling day to day business of the School; balancing faculty loads; hiring and administration of adjuncts and other personnel; proposing and developing program growth and expansion; preparing and overseeing the Schoolï¿œs budget; and providing leadership for the School.
Judson University is an evangelical Christian university of the liberal arts, sciences and professions. With over 1,200 students Judson is located in Elgin IL, 40 miles northwest of Chicago on the banks of the Fox River. The School consists of 275 students and 13 FT faculty members, all housed in a new state-of-the-art ï¿œgreenï¿œ academic center/central library. The University seeks candidates who are committed to an evangelical Christian world view and seek an integration of their faith in all facets of their life and work. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply, and international applications are welcome.
Nominations should be directed to Dr Simmons. Further information and applications can be found using the web link to the right.
Dordt College is seeking applications for a regular full-time position in the Department of Art and Design to teach introductory and upper division fine art media courses in state-of-the-art facilities, particularly in the areas of drawing, painting, and sculpture. The position also involves teaching in the art history sequence and a team-taught general core art appreciation course. Qualified persons with teaching or professional experience, committed to a Reformed, Biblical perspective and educational philosophy are encouraged to send a letter of inquiry and a curriculum vitae/resume to: Dr. Erik Hoekstra, Provost, Dordt College, 498 4th Avenue NE, Sioux Center, IA 51250-1697, Fax: (712) 722-6035, E-mail: [email protected]
Dordt College is seeking applications for a regular full-time position in the Department of Art and Design to teach Adobe Suite-based graphic and web design and motion graphics in state-of-the-art facilities. The position also involves teaching in the art history sequence and a team-taught general core art appreciation course. Qualified persons with teaching or professional experience, committed to a Reformed, Biblical perspective and educational philosophy are encouraged to send a letter of inquiry and a curriculum vitae/resume to: Dr. Erik Hoekstra, Provost, Dordt College, 498 4th Avenue NE, Sioux Center, IA 51250-1697, Fax: (712) 722-6035, E-mail: [email protected]
Covenant College seeks a faculty member in studio art with expertise in digital arts including photography and communication design. The faculty member will possess multidisciplinary interests in art history, foundation design and drawing, to aid in the development of a vigorous art program and college core. Qualifications include terminal degree (MFA/doctorate), and a strong commitment to teaching in the liberal arts setting from a reformed world and life view.
Teaching appointment beginning July 1, 2010. Salary commensurate with experience/rank. Send curriculum vitae, 20 slides of work, and slides of student work (if available), names and phone numbers of 3 references, a testimony of Christian faith and experience, a critical response to Westminster Standards (located on the Web at www.pcanet.org/general/cof_contents.htm) and a philosophy of Christian Higher Education to: Jeff Hall, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Covenant College, Lookout Mountain, GA 30750 or email to: Academic [email protected] Covenant College is an agency of the Presbyterian Church in America and a Christian liberal arts college in the Reformed and Presbyterian tradition.
Roberts Wesleyan College currently has 80 undergraduate students majoring in the visual arts. The Division of Visual Arts faculty (four full-time, three part-time) are intent on becoming a Department of Distinction, and recognize the necessity and challenges of remaining current with technology in the professional sector, particularly in electronic media. Thus, we are seeking candidates for a half-time position in electronic media (time-based media) who wish to remain self-employed or in professional positions within this media. The successful candidate will join full-time graphic design faculty to teach motion graphics, web design, and digital imaging.
The successful candidate will hold a Master of Fine Arts in Computer Graphics or Design, Electronic, Digital, or Interactive Media, Digital Media Arts, or other directly related field. Working knowledge of digital video, still cameras, and Macintosh operating systems is required. The candidate should demonstrate proficiency in new media, video, web, and digital imaging software such as Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, After Effects, Director, Flash, etc., and should be a practicing professional artist with a willingness to become an integral member of a small intense program that promotes relationship-based instruction. Candidates who can demonstrate a synthesis of media scholarship with multimedia practice are preferred. The ideal candidate will provide evidence of a comprehensive portfolio in electronic and traditional studios as well as the ability to instruct both in the studio and lecture-classroom, with a strong desire to discuss and explore the visual arts in a cross-disciplinary approach.
Studio and lecture-classroom instructional responsibilities will focus primarily on digital video, motion graphics, kinetic typography, digital imaging, and interactive design, including instruction in Foundations-Electronic Media courses. The curriculum will be supplemented with specialist adjunct faculty.
The College will accept applications immediately, and until the position is filled. The Division of Visual Arts reserves the right to continue or conclude the search at any time.
A completed Application for Faculty Position is required and is available at www.roberts.edu\employment. Applicants should send the completed application, a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, electronic portfolio (including student work), a statement summarizing the candidateï¿œs perspective and understanding with regard to the integration of Christian faith and learning in a liberal arts context, and three letters of reference to:
Professor Scot E. Bennett, M.F.A.
Chair, Division of Visual Arts
Roberts Wesleyan College
2301 Westside Drive
Rochester, NY 14624-1997
Email: [email protected]
Roberts Wesleyan College complies with all applicable non-discrimination laws and is committed to the enhancement of human dignity and workplace diversity.
The Department of Art at Gordon College in Wenham, MA, is seeking an Assistant or Associate Professor of Art History. Successful candidates will hold the Ph.D. Degree in Art History and have a record of scholarly and creative achievement. This position is a tenure-track position to begin August 2008.
The candidate will have experience and qualifications teaching art history at the college level, and will be responsible to teach art history survey courses with an interest in developing upper-level courses in art history with a global perspective. Some opportunities may be available to teach occasional studio courses, if the candidate has background and interest.
Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please submit letter of application, vita, sample of academic writing and a two-page statement of educational philosophy, and slides/CD or other samples of scholarly/creative work. Mail documents to the address supplied at right.
Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts, is among the premiere Christian liberal arts colleges in the country. Gordon offers excellent academics, a strong sense of community and an atmosphere of open intellectual inquiry and personal responsibility all within the framework of Christian faith. Gordon College is located in a classic New England town on Bostonï¿œs North Shore.
The Art Department at Whitworth University, Spokane, Wash., invites applications for a nine month contingent faculty lecturer position with duties to begin fall 2010. Employment Period: September 1, 2010 ï¿œ May 31, 2011.
Teaching load is 21 credits (three courses in the fall, one in Jan-term, and three in spring). Teaching responsibilities include introductory and advanced graphic design and/or digital photography courses. Potential courses include: Introduction to Photoshop and Illustrator, Digital Imaging, Typography, Web Design, and Digital Photography.
Qualifications: M.F.A. desirable; bachelors degree in art or related discipline required; demonstrated experience/interest in college-level teaching; be supportive of the educational mission of Whitworth as a Christian liberal arts university affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA). Background check required.
To apply for this opening please submit the following six required application documents.
1. A letter of interest
2. A CD/DVD containing relevant work samples
3. Your rï¿œsumï¿œ/curriculum vita
4. A list with the names, addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses for three references
5. Your graduate and undergraduate transcripts (may be unofficial)
6. Three recent student course evaluations or a note confirming that evaluations are unavailable
Application documents may be submitted via email attachment in Word or PDF format to [email protected] or mailed to the following address.
Human Resource Services, Auld House
Attn: Chair, Graphic Design Lecturer Search
300 West Hawthorne Road
Spokane, WA 99251
Whitworth University does not discriminate in its educational programs on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, national origin or physical disability.
Instructor of Art in the area of 3-D, full-time, tenure-track position to begin immediately. MFA in sculpture is required. Duties to include all levels of sculpture and 3-D fundamentals courses. Scheduling and course load favorable to personal work. On-campus studio provided by the university. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Interested applicants should submit a letter of application, cv/resumï¿œ, 20 slides/images of studio work, 20 slides/images of past studentsï¿œ work (if taught previously), and a list of three references to: Chairman, Department of Art, Union University, 1050 Union University Drive, Jackson, TN 38305. Images may be in jpeg format and burned to a CD if preferred. Union University is a four-year liberal arts institution affiliated with the Tennessee Baptist Convention and is an affirmative action equal opportunity employer.
Belhaven College, a Christian college committed to the ministry of integrating faith and learning,
is searching for the ideal candidate for a tenure-track position in visual arts at the Jackson campus, who has a heart for students as well as a heart for Christ Jesus.
Responsibilities include teaching beginning, intermediate, and advanced courses in painting and drawing and foundation courses in 2-D design, as well as other studio and/or academic courses as qualified; supervising senior projects and internships in areas of expertise. Ability to teach introductory art history/art appreciation for general education curriculum preferred. Administrative responsibilities include advising students and assisting with departmental duties such as management of materials and equipment, curriculum development, maintenance of departmental handbook and website, organization of excursions and guest speakers, gallery management, and other areas as needed.
Requirements include M.F.A. or Ph.D., preferably in painting or drawing; college teaching experience; significant record of ongoing fine art production and exhibition; ability to teach and mentor students working in both traditional and contemporary/conceptual visual languages.
The successful candidate must articulate a Christian worldview in one's teaching and academic discipline and fully support the College Vision, Mission, and Statement of Faith (https://www.belhaven.edu/Belhaven/mission.htm).
Compensation and rank are commensurate with qualifications and experience. The College supplements major medical insurance and contributes an additional 8% of salary to a retirement fund.
- Letter of intent, including the following explanations:
1. Your interest in Christian higher education
2. How your background fulfills the above description
-Three to four paragraph statement of how you would integrate the Biblical worldview into all instructional content
- Describe your personal faith
- Names of four references (including your local pastor) - please provide phone numbers, addresses and nature of relationship
- Transcripts (all undergraduate and graduate)
Executive Assistant to Sr. VP & Provost
1500 Peachtree Street, Box 164
Jackson, MS 39202
This juried show brings together visual artists, filmmakers and performing artists from around the world to Los Angeles, California to showcase their work. The art presented ranges from all types of visual art and sculpture to graphic design, photography, short story readings, spoken word, dance, theater, short films and much more. The last five shows were very successful with both veteran and emerging artists from around the world participating. Many of the alumni artists have shown at the Getty Museum, the Kennedy Center, and weï¿œve even had a White House commissioned artist in the show!
Submissions will be accepted from April 6 until June 30, 2009. The show is October 2, 2009 in Los Angeles, California.
For more information about the show and to download the submission form, visit our website:
Watch a short video on the show:
View a slide show of the alumni artists and their work:
Any questions or comments concerning the show, please email the producer, Michelle Pelsue, at [email protected] or call the AEM office for more details, (310) 474-7671.
Department Chair, Associate or Full Professor, August 2010. M.F.A. or Ph.D. required. Administrative experience in undergraduate art/art history department at a college/university. Applicants may specialize in studio art or art history, should have an excellent record of scholarly achievement and administrative experience. Additional experience obtaining external funding is a plus. The successful applicant will be a nationally-recognized artist/scholar and committed to excellence in undergraduate teaching. Responsibilities include administration and teaching course in area of expertise. Administrative duties include an undergraduate program of twenty full-time faculty and interfacing with the Martin Museum of Art and Allbritton Art Institute. Record of professional achievement and ongoing professional/creative research expected. Applicant must have a strong commitment to the classroom and an equally strong commitment to discovering new knowledge as Baylor aspires to become a top tier research university while reaffirming and deepening its distinctive Christian mission as described in Baylor 2012 (https://www.baylor.edu/vision/). Salary and benefits competitive.
Letter of application, CV, 3 letters of recommendation, official undergraduate and graduate transcripts, statements of both leadership and teaching philosophies, and either 20 slides/CD Mac format of personal work and 20 slides/CD Mac format of student work or sample publication. Applications reviewed beginning November 1, 2009 and continue until filled. Preference given to applications completed by December 31, 2009. Do not send application materials electronically. Send materials to Dr. Heidi J. Hornik, Search Committee Chair, Baylor University, Department of Art, One Bear Place #97263, Waco, Texas 76798-7263.
Baylor is a Baptist University affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas. As an affirmative action/equal employment opportunity employer, Baylor encourages minorities, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities to apply. AA/EEO Baylor is in a campaign to move into tier one status in the next decade. For more information see https://www.baylor.edu