School of Art, Media, and Technology

Call for Visiting Assistant Professor- Digital Art

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Indiana University – Bloomington
Call for Visiting Assistant Professor- Digital Art

Description: Full-time, non-tenure-track position in Digital Art. Strong artist and educator qualified to engage with students at the BA, BFA and MFA levels for the Digital Art program. The successful candidate will teach five courses during the academic year. Teaching responsibilities will consist primarily of media specific undergraduate level courses, both introductory and advanced. Applicants should be knowledgeable in digital art foundations, practice based development with an emphasis on conceptual theory and critiques. Courses include image compositing, net-work/web-based art, moving image and interactive media using Adobe Production Premium, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash, among others. Studio space provided when available.

Requirements: Qualified candidates must have an MFA and an active professional creative practice in exhibition and presentation of projects. At least two years of teaching experience past the MFA is preferred. Applicants must send a current resume, artist statement, teaching philosophy, name, address, email and phone number of three references (no letters), 20 images of personal work and 20 images of student work on a CD in jpeg format with relevant image lists. Equal opportunity employer.

About Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts: Founded in 1865, SoFA is home to over 500 undergraduate majors and 162 graduate students pursuing courses in art history and studio practice. An internationally distinguished faculty of 52 artists and art historians direct a wide range of programs. Studio areas include ceramics, drawing and painting, graphic design, metalsmithing and jewelry design, digital media/computer arts, photography, textiles,
printmaking, and sculpture. The curriculums are enriched by an active school exhibition gallery with visiting artists and art historians. Facilities include large studios and classrooms specifically designed to present visual material. It is accredited by NASAD, The National Association of Schools of Art and Design.

About Indiana University-Bloomington: Founded in 1820, IU Bloomington is the flagship campus of Indiana University’s eight campuses statewide. Innovation, creativity, and academic freedom are hallmarks of IU Bloomington and its world-class contributions in research and the arts. IU Bloomington
undergraduates can choose among more than 180 majors and 330 degree programs, and graduate students can pursue more than 190 masters, doctoral,
and professional degrees. Bloomington, located in the rolling hills of south-central Indiana, is the arts and cultural hub of the Midwest. While IU’s amazing arts and entertainment offerings play a large role in the city’s cultural atmosphere, Bloomington is extraordinary in its own right. Bloomington residents and IU students, faculty, and staff form a vibrant, active community that benefits from the metropolitan qualities of a large city and the easy pace of a small town.

To Apply: Send applications via postal mail to: Digital Art Search, 1201 E 7th St., Fine Arts 123, Indiana University Bloomington, IN 47405.
Applications reviewed as received; those postmarked by July 1st, 2011 will be considered. Submitted materials will not be returned. All applicants will
receive correspondence within 30 days of the closing date. Do not apply online. Do not call for more information.

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