Visiting Artist - Painting/Drawing, Teaching Position (2/3rds Time)Employer Website: http://apply.interfolio.com/95575
The Bard College Studio Arts Program invites applicants for a Visiting Artist Painting/Drawing teaching position, beginning Fall 2022. This is a 2/3rds time academic position with benefits on a 3-year contract with the potential of renewal in 3 year increments.
The successful candidate should have a graduate degree, 3-5 years previous teaching experience, and a substantial exhibition record. Applicants should be prepared to teach every level of painting and drawing in rotation with other painting faculty,, including the program-wide required Drawing 1 course, which is based on perceptual drawing. Inventive intermediate and advanced level courses are welcome.
Applicants should articulate their views on how their artistic practice connects them with larger roles within society, as well as their sense of current issues in the fields of the arts. Faculty within the studio arts are encourage to act as advocates for their field within the college's vision of the humanities.
In addition to teaching, faculty are also expected to serve as academic advisers, serve on moderation and senior project boards, act as senior project advisers, and be engaged with the program and college as a whole. The potential for overlap with other Bard programs, for example The Center for Civic Engagement, Art History, Environmental and Urban Studies, and Experimental Humanities is encouraged. Applicants are expected to maintain an ongoing practice with their work.
Please submit the application materials listed below to http://apply.interfolio.com/95575. Deadline is December 1.
- Cover letter with a brief statement of your general teaching philosophy
- Resume or CV
- Sample painting course syllabus
- Up to 20 images of your work with a list describing year, size and media
- Three references with contact information
- Personal statement of demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusive excellence in the field (up to one page)
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