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      July 1st, 2011 11:07 am:

      Full-Time AS220 Community Printshop Manager

      In late 2010, the Printshop moved from its 500 square foot incubator space in the Dreyfus to a spot 6x larger at the Mercantile Block on Martha Street. This new location allowed the Printshop to house several presses previously in storage, including the giant RISD-donated Takach Etching press with a 4.5′ x 10.5′ bed. Our print shop spans numerous print-making disciplines and is open to makers from all over. Morgan, our current shop Manager has been serving just shy of 4 years, but will soon be moving out of the full-time position after taking the shop from literally nothing to something quite incredible.

      We are taking applications from now until July 15th.

      For details on what the job entails and what we are looking for in our future Shop Manager visit http://www.as220.org/about/2011/06/full-time-as220-community-prin.html

       

      July 5th, 2011 6:16 pm:

      JOB OPENING: Studio Lab Coordinator, University of Iowa Center for the Book

      The Center for the Book, University of Iowa, is seeking to hire a Laboratory Coordinator to be responsible for developing and maintaining its letterpress and bindery equipment, and its letterpress printing, bookbinding, and papermaking studios; establishing and managing a centralized inventory; maintaining studio equipment and digital equipment in studio areas; supervision and instruction of Graduate Assistants and other student employees or volunteers in equipment use; formulating requests for new equipment and procuring related materials; coordinating, planning, and overseeing the move of the Typography Lab across campus; and assisting in the planning and development of new studio spaces on campus. The Laboratory Coordinator may use the UICB studios for creative and professional work at times when classes are not in session.

      This is a 50% time (20 hours per week), three-year specified term appointment. Competitive salary with fringe benefits. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Applicant credentials subject to verification. To see a full job description and to apply for this position, please visit our website: http://jobs.uiowa.edu, Requisition #59711. The University of Iowa is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer.

      http://jobs.uiowa.edu/pands/view/59711

      For more information about the UICB, please visit:

      http://book.grad.uiowa.edu

      ***Application Deadline: Friday, August 19, 2011 or until position filled.***

      Matthew P. Brown
      Associate Professor, English/UICB
      Director, UI Center for the Book

       

      October 31st, 2011 5:33 pm:

      Pacific NW College of Art

      Assistant or Associate Professor in Printmaking

      Requirements:
      The successful candidate will deliver five courses per year while also providing the department with technical support. The candidate must be able to teach multiple techniques and integrate both contemporary and traditional printmaking practices into their teaching. Courses could include the following techniques: Intaglio, Letterpress, Lithography, Monotype, Relief- and Screen-printing. The candidate will be expected to teach courses in other departments, which may include the BFA Foundation and/or Thesis programs. The candidate should be prepared to serve on faculty and administrative committees, mentor students in both BFA and MFA programs and engage in other activities that support the PNCA community.

      Application closing date January 1, 2012

      For details on how to apply please visit http://pnca.edu/about/c/employment

       

      November 7th, 2011 2:32 pm:

      Art Studios & Gallery Coordinator, University of Dayton, Dayton OH

      The Fine Arts Studios and Gallery Coordinator is primarily responsible for maintaining visual arts studios, which include sculpture, drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, 2-D and 3-D design, wood shop and welding areas, as well as coordinating the operations of the Department of Visual Arts’ Gallery 249. This is a 35-hour per week staff position with full benefits.

      A Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in art and three years experience working in an arts-related field is required. Knowledge of tools, techniques and safety guidelines relevant to the day-to-day operations of Fine Arts studios is required. Knowledge of gallery operations including publicity, installation of exhibitions, and management of student workers is preferred. Experience in coordinating projects, managing multiple tasks, problem solving related to general maintenance and repair, and attention to detail is preferred. The successful candidate will be able to orient faculty, staff and students in the use of all relevant equipment located in the sculpture, woodshop, welding, ceramics and printmaking studios. The successful candidate will possess strong written and oral communications skills.

      Send resume and a letter of application to https://jobs.udayton.edu by December 1, 2012. The letter of application should discuss the applicant’s level of knowledge and years of experience working with tools, materials and safety guidelines used within fine arts studios. Three letters of recommendation should be sent to: Kyle Phelps, Fine Arts Technician and Gallery Coordinator Search Committee, Department of Visual Arts, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH 45469-2923.

      The University of Dayton, founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary, is a top ten Catholic research university. The University seeks outstanding, diverse faculty and staff who value its mission and share its commitment to academic excellence in teaching, research and artistic creativity, the development of the whole person, and leadership and service in the local and global community. To attain its Catholic and Marianist mission, the University is committed to the principles of diversity, inclusion and affirmative action and to equal opportunity policies and practices. We act affirmatively to recruit and hire women, traditionally under-represented minority groups, people with disabilities and veterans.

       

      November 14th, 2011 10:48 am:

      Job Description:

      The Department of Art & Design at the University of Central Missouri is seeking a candidate to lead its Printmaking program. The position is for a full-time, tenure track, Assistant Professor, with a 9-month contract, to begin August 2012. The University of Central Missouri (UCM), located 35 miles east of the Kansas City Metropolitan area, is a comprehensive university providing a small-college learning environment coupled with large-university opportunities. UCM has been continuously accredited by NASAD since 1986. The programs in the Department of Art & Design total approximately 400 majors. The printmaking program at UCM is a comprehensive print program fully equipped for lithography, intaglio, serigraphy, and relief media with additional facilities in papermaking and letterpress. Candidates with research interests in Papermaking, Book Arts, Digital Preparation, or Letterpress are encouraged to apply.

      Duties include maintaining and overseeing the printmaking program while teaching a full load with potential for teaching in other areas, and maintaining an active exhibition record.

      Required minimum qualifications: MFA, two years of effective teaching experience and an active exhibition record in printmaking and related areas.

      Preferred candidates will have experience maintaining and upgrading a printmaking studio, three years teaching experience in printmaking, teaching experience beyond graduate school, and the ability to work within parameters of current health and safety standards.

      Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
      UCM utilizes an on-line application system. Applicants must complete an on-line faculty profile found at https://jobs.ucmo.edu. Apply to position #998354. Please list on the faculty profile the names, phone numbers and e-mail addresses for three (3) professional references. Attach to the faculty profile a cover letter, current curriculum vitae, a personal statement on teaching philosophy that should also include a link to the applicant’s electronic portfolio of 15-20 images each of personal creative work and student work. If selected for an interview applicant will need to provide three (3) letters of reference and actual examples of the applicant’s prints. All documents must be attached to the faculty profile at the time of application. Only completed on-line faculty profiles with attached documents will be accepted for this position. For information about the position contact Ms. Joyce Jablonski at jablonski@ucmo.edu. Initial screening of applications begins immediately and continues until position is filled. For information about the on-line application process contact Human Resources at jobs@ucmo.edu or (660) 543-4255. The University of Central Missouri is an AA/EEO/ADA employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Priority will be given to applications received by January 6, 2012.

       

      November 14th, 2011 4:38 pm:

      The following is a corrected version of an earlier posting.

      Job Description:

      The Department of Art & Design at the University of Central Missouri is seeking a candidate to lead its Printmaking program. The position is for a full-time, tenure track, Assistant Professor, with a 9-month contract, to begin August 2012. The University of Central Missouri (UCM), located 35 miles east of the Kansas City Metropolitan area, is a comprehensive university providing a small-college learning environment coupled with large-university opportunities. UCM has been continuously accredited by NASAD since 1986. The programs in the Department of Art & Design total approximately 400 majors. The printmaking program at UCM is a comprehensive print program fully equipped for lithography, intaglio, serigraphy, and relief media with additional facilities in papermaking and letterpress. Candidates with research interests in Papermaking, Book Arts, Digital Preparation, or Letterpress are encouraged to apply.

      Duties include maintaining and overseeing the printmaking program while teaching a full load with potential for teaching in other areas, and maintaining an active exhibition record.

      Required minimum qualifications: MFA, two years of effective teaching experience and an active exhibition record in printmaking and related areas.

      Preferred candidates will have experience maintaining and upgrading a printmaking studio, three years teaching experience in printmaking, teaching experience beyond graduate school, and the ability to work within parameters of current health and safety standards.

      Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
      UCM utilizes an on-line application system. Applicants must complete an on-line faculty profile found at https://jobs.ucmo.edu. Apply to position #997624. Please list on the faculty profile the names, phone numbers and e-mail addresses for three (3) professional references. Attach to the faculty profile a cover letter, current curriculum vitae, a personal statement on teaching philosophy that should also include a link to the applicant’s electronic portfolio of 15-20 images each of personal creative work and student work. If selected for an interview applicant will need to provide three (3) letters of reference and actual examples of the applicant’s prints. All documents must be attached to the faculty profile at the time of application. Only completed on-line faculty profiles with attached documents will be accepted for this position. For information about the position contact Ms. Joyce Jablonski at jablonski@ucmo.edu. Initial screening of applications begins immediately and continues until position is filled. For information about the on-line application process contact Human Resources at jobs@ucmo.edu or (660) 543-4255. The University of Central Missouri is an AA/EEO/ADA employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Priority will be given to applications received by January 6, 2012.

       

      November 29th, 2011 3:07 pm:

      The Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts is seeking a dynamic chairperson to lead the Department of Painting and Printmaking. The Painting and Printmaking program is a recognized leader in visual arts education and ranked #8 in the country, according to the 2009 U.S. News & World Report’s graduate ranking. Artists working in Painting, Printmaking or related critical/theoretical disciplines are encouraged to apply. Applicants should have strong administrative skills and be conversant with contemporary art issues, critical theory, and contemporary studio practice. In addition to articulating a vision for the department, the Chair will be an equitable administrator and an enthusiastic advocate for the department, and must possess the interpersonal skills to work with a large and diverse faculty, staff, and student body.
      In addition to daily administrative decisions, the Chair will maintain, in concert with the faculty, an environment conducive to open discourse and the advancement of the discipline.

      For more information about the VCU School of the Arts visit http://arts.vcu.edu and for more information about the Painting and Printmaking Department visit http://arts.vcu.edu/paintingprintmaking/

       

      January 3rd, 2012 4:46 pm:

      ASSISTANT PROFESSOR: PRINTMAKING
      Full-time, tenure-track, entry-level position
      Department of Art and Art History, School of Art and Design
      College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
      University of Wisconsin-Stout

      Starting August 27, 2012

      RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach three studio lab courses each semester in multiple levels of Printmaking including silkscreen, intaglio, lithography, and relief printing. Teach other courses that serve the needs of the School and/or reflect the successful candidate’s interests or skill set. Such courses may include Drawing, 2D Design, Practice of Art, Senior Seminar, and Introduction to 2D Digital Imaging.

      Contribute to a rigorous learning atmosphere teaching art and design undergraduates using traditional, alternative, and digital course delivery methods. Uphold health and safety standards in the classroom and printmaking lab. Participate in e-Scholar program. Produce and disseminate professional research/creative activity related to discipline on a local, national, and international level. Provide academic advisement to students, develop curriculum, and provide service to the school, college, and university. Pursue grants or other external funding and support for research. Perform other duties as designated by Chair.

      MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: MFA required with a printmaking emphasis.

      PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Strong conceptual and technical background in printmaking. Two years full-time teaching experience in printmaking beyond graduate assistantship. Proficiency in digital imaging/print-related technologies. Excellence in research demonstrated through an active exhibition record.

      TO APPLY: Send hard copy letter of intent, vitae, teaching philosophy, transcripts (unofficial), contact information for three references (including email addresses and telephone numbers), 20 digital images of professional work, 20 digital images of student work (if available), and hard copy image list. All images must be submitted digitally, see guidelines below. Include S.A.S.E. for materials you want returned.

      Digital submission guidelines: All images must be submitted in .jpg format. Images should be 72 dpi with individual file sizes not to exceed 3 MB. Use the following file naming convention: image number with leading zero + your last name + file extension. For example: 01smith.jpg. For images of student work, please append “student” to the filename: 01smithstudent.jpg. Image files should be submitted on CD-ROM or DVD. A hard copy of your image list with file names and relevant captioning (title, date, media, dimensions, course topic and grades, etc.) must accompany your submission.

      SUBMIT TO: Dr. James E. Bryan, Chair, Department of Art and Art History, Printmaking Position, Applied Arts Building 235A, 415 13th Avenue East, University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI, 54751. For questions please call (715) 232–1097 or email deckerhe@uwstout.edu. For university information: http://www.uwstout.edu.

      POSTMARK DEADLINE: 02/06/2012. AA/EEO. Only complete applications will be considered.

       

      January 26th, 2012 4:42 pm:

      JOBS: VCU QATAR
      VCUQatar (www.qatar.vcu.edu) is the Qatar campus of the prestigious Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in Richmond, Virginia. Established in 1998 through a partnership with the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, VCUQatar offers students the opportunity to earn a BFA degree in Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Interior Design and Painting & Printmaking and a MFA degree in Design Studies. Located in Doha, the capital city of Qatar, VCUQatar is fully accredited and has a student body that represents a diverse range of nationalities with students coming from more than 40 different countries.

      This faculty position will support the development of a contemporary studio environment for printmaking. The program is seeking a faculty member with a focus in analog print with additional skills in drawing. The printmaking studios support intaglio, relief, screenprinting, and digital print media. Applicants are invited to apply with a broad range of expertise in printmaking practices including those that push the boundaries of the field. The successful candidate will have an MFA and an established academic career distinguished by a substantial exhibition record, a record of peer-reviewed publications, or comparable research accomplishments.

      For full position descriptions, benefits information and application instructions please visit:
      http://arts.vcu.edu/opportunities/jobs-at-vcuarts/

      Virginia Commonwealth University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply

       

      March 12th, 2012 9:42 pm:

      Printmaking
      BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY.
      Adjunct, Sabbatical Replacement Fall Semester 2012
      The Department of Art invites applications for an adjunct faculty position in Printmaking beginning August 2012

      Required: MFA Ability to teach traditional and contemporary printmaking methods. Ability to work in a studio without traditional solvents and acids. Candidates with a demonstrated expertise of nontoxic processes will have priority. Excellent leadership and organizational skills are preferred. Ability and willingness to serve as the interim Red Circle Press (printmaking club) advisor.

      Responsibilities include: teaching 3 courses at all levels within the Printmaking curriculum, assist in the management of the printmaking studio, working with the lab technician to insure safe operation of studio and supplies. Evidence of teaching beyond the TA level and involvement in professional activity/exhibition desired.

      Please submit the following application materials in one PDF only by April 6, 2012:
      Cover letter, CV,
      Artist’s statement, 20 images of current work, 20 images
      of student work, Names and email addresses of 3 professional references (no
      letters)

      Email applications to: Carol Reagle, creagle@boisestate.edu
      Application deadline April 6, 2012, 5pm Mountain Standard time.
      Boise State University is strongly committed to diversity in its faculty and students and actively encourages applications from women, persons of color and other underrepresented groups. BSU is an EOE/AA Employer. Veteran’s preference may be applicable.

      Our art department is NASAD accredited and has over 900 majors
      and an increasingly diverse faculty along with an active visiting artist
      program. Located in the capital of Idaho, a fast-growing cultural and
      economic center in one of the country’s most scenic areas, Boise
      State University is a dynamic institution on the way to becoming a
      metropolitan research university of distinction. Degrees offered: BA,
      BFA, and MFA. See our website at http://www.boisestate.edu/art

       

      April 6th, 2012 3:31 pm:

      San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art

      Position Announcement: Master Printer
      The San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art is seeking an energetic and experienced Master Printer, who is a motivated self-starter and team player. The ICA Print Center opened in June 2007 with the opening of our new facility in downtown San Jose. During the past five years, the program has grown and changed according to the needs of our printmaking community. The Master Printer develops and administers all aspects of the ICA’s Print Center program including workshops, Open Access Days, and Artists in Residence. Reporting to the ICA’s Executive Director, the Master Printer is an important member of the ICA team, participating in all aspects of programming.

      About the ICA
      The San Jose Institute of Contemporary is a nonprofit contemporary art gallery located in the SoFA arts and entertainment district of downtown San Jose. Founded in 1980, the ICA has remained dedicated to providing a venue and generating meaningful exposure for emerging and under-recognized mid-career artists. Each year we present 12-14 exhibitions in three galleries that feature technology-based work and site-specific installations as well as drawing, printmaking, sculpture and photography. We also have a fully equipped Print Center offering regularly scheduled workshops with a master printer and open access sessions. The Print Center hosts up to three artists in residence each year.

      Major Responsibilities
      WORKSHOPS
      • Develop and administer ICA Print Center workshop and Open Access programs
      • Teach printmaking workshops and Master Classes
      • Develop an accurate budget for all workshops and studio services
      • Maintain studio, equipment, tools and determine all supplies required
      ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM
      • Administer Artist-in-Residence program, including contacting and scheduling artists and projecting budgets
      • Determine and order all supplies required per project
      • Work with each AIR to facilitate his/her print “vision”
      • Print AIR editions and other editioning projects
      Additional Responsibilities
      • Publish Print Center activities and events on the ICA website, eTapestry cart, and all appropriate social media outlets including the ICA Facebook pages
      • Participate in ICA events such as the Annual Art Auction, ArtHouse and attend Print Fairs
      • Manage Print Center internship program
      • Continue to develop programs and increase studio capabilities
      • Provide support to other staff members as required for Print Center programs (i.e. Development and Marketing Directors)


      Candidate Qualifications
      REQUIRED
      • MFA in Printmaking
      • At least one year experience working with a master printer collaborating with artists and printing editions
      • At least one year teaching experience at the college level and/or in a workshop environment
      • Printmaking skills required in copper etching (non-toxic methods a plus), photopolymer, drypoint, monotype, collagraph, screen-printing and digital printing
      • Strong organizational and project management skills
      • Ability to work within a budget
      • Flexible schedule (evenings and weekends required)
      • Strong verbal and communication skills (must interact with artist, students, ICA donors and art community)
      PREFERRED
      • Experience in non-profit arts organization, administration and/or arts programming

      The successful candidate understands the ICA mission, its goals and objectives, and will assist the staff and Executive Director in continuing to realize its potential and fulfilling its mission.

      Compensation:
      Salary is commensurate with experience; benefits available, including 100% of health care insurance costs including vision and dental.

      To apply:
      Send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to: Master Printer Position, 560 S. First Street, San Jose, CA 95113 or email jobs@sjica.org with “Master Printer” in the subject line.
      SJICA is an equal opportunity employer. Position open until filled. Review of applications to begin immediately (April 6, 2012).

       

      April 16th, 2012 12:15 pm:

      Instructor, Printmaking/Two-Dimensional Design, AA#30-1-418
      Printmaking/Two-Dimensional Design – one-year, full-time, temporary
      Starting Fall 2012
      The Department of Art and Art History at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, a student-focused institution, seeks a high-energy, dedicated individual to teach printmaking and two-dimensional design courses (AA#30-1-418). The position is a one-year, full-time, temporary appointment as Instructor, for the academic year of 2012-2013. Salary competitive.
      The studio art program at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania is committed to a printmaking/two-dimensional design curriculum stressing both technical and conceptual skills. The position requires teaching courses in multiple print processes (including but, not limited to, waterless lithography, relief, intaglio and silkscreen printing), Advanced Printmaking and a foundation course in Two-Dimensional Design as well as overseeing the maintenance of the printmaking studio.
      Requirements:
      Earned MFA in printmaking or related field from an accredited institution required by August 20, 2012, with a strong academic background. Demonstrated ability to work with diverse populations preferred. Finalist(s) for this position must communicate well and successfully complete an interview process as judged by the department faculty. Recommendation for hiring is needed from a majority of the regular, full-time faculty within the department or area conducting the search.
      Application: Submit a cover letter addressing your qualifications and experiences for the position, artist’s statement, teaching philosophy, resume, unofficial copy of most recent graduate transcript, contact information for three references (letters on request), 10 images of personal work and 10 images of student work (images must be low-resolution, 72dpi, maximum of 1000 pixels in either dimension) on CD/DVD (readable for both Mac and PC), and SASE (optional for CD/DVD return) to:
      Chair, Printmaking/Two-Dimensional Design Search
      AA#30-1-418
      Department of Art and Art History
      Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
      400 East Second Street
      Bloomsburg, PA 17815
      Applications must be postmarked no later than May 13, 2012. No hand delivered applications accepted. Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania encourages applications from historically under-represented individuals, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities and is an AA/EEO Employer. Prior to a final offer of employment, the selected candidate will be required to submit to a background check including, but not limited to, employment verification, educational and other credential verification, and criminal background check. Completing this search is contingent upon available funding.

       

      April 18th, 2012 2:12 pm:

      PRINTMAKING TECHNICIAN/ INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT TECHNICIAN
      Apply online/direct any questions to Human Resources.
      Department: Art Department
      Title: Instructional Support Technician/Printmaking Technician
      Posting Date: April 11, 2012
      Review Date: Starts April 26, open until filled.
      Duties: SUNY New Paltz seeks a .5 Printmaking Technician to oversee a very active and extensive studio. The Printmaking Technician must possess technical knowledge and expertise of printmaking (digital printing, intaglio, silkscreen, lithography and relief) and work closely with the Art Department and in the Printmaking Area with two full-time faculty members, adjunct professors, and undergraduate and graduate students. In consultation with faculty the Technician is responsible for maintaining the Printmaking Facilities, Equipment, Materials and Supplies. See full details at: http://www.newpaltz.edu/hr/displayjobdetails.php?id=1241
      Responsibilities include repairing, maintaining, or arranging service for studio equipment including: four etching/relief and five lithography presses; an industrial hot plate, material cutters, and hydraulic lift; two photo-silkscreen exposure units, several light tables and four vacuum printing tables; a power washer and light safe areas; a flip-top plate-maker; pneumatic, power and hand tools; overhead transparency projectors, LCD/DLP projectors and document camera; several flexible shaft engraving tools; an Aardvark papermaking press; a dry-stack system for papermaking and prints; maintaining studio supplies and materials; maintaining, ordering and inventorying ink and ink modifiers; maintaining, ordering and inventorying printing support materials (oils, powders, adhesives, etc.); maintaining, ordering and inventorying lithography stones and aluminum plates; maintaining, ordering and inventorying rollers, brayers, felts and accessories; maintaining, ordering and inventorying papermaking supplies; maintaining, ordering and inventorying solvents, chemicals, and their storage; maintaining Nitric and Ferric-chloride baths; training and supervising safe solvent and chemical handling and usage; and arranging appropriate removal of spent chemicals (acid, volatiles, etc.)
      The Printmaking Technician also manages the Printmaking Area budget, including: inventorying/ordering/purchasing all studio tools, supplies, materials and equipment in coordination with faculty and students; researching new materials and preparing purchase order requisitions; researching and preparing Annual Equipment Replacement and SCAP requests: maintaining and documenting all budget related records; making approved equipment purchases and preparing invoices for payment; maintaining accurate records; performing clerical and administrative work as required, with accuracy and speed.
      The Printmaking Technician works with students and faculty regarding equipment and materials, and therefore must be well-versed in the fundamentals, terminology, techniques, equipment and materials in print making; and well-versed in the other various materials, tools and equipment to be used in the studio setting. They are also responsible for coordinating the smooth functioning of the studios and this includes: entering new card access codes each semester and resolving any issues regarding the card access system; training and supervising the work of student assistants; ensuring availability of laboratory materials for students; distributing materials related to class fees; demonstrating techniques in the use of specialized printmaking equipment as necessary; maintaining, repairing, setting up and breaking down equipment in all printmaking areas as necessary; performing related work as required; and instructing others and performing experiments and demonstrations as needed.
      Qualifications: Studio Health and Safety are of utmost importance and the responsibilities of the Printmaking Technician with regard to health and safety includes: maintaining proper health and safety standards; knowledge of and regular handling or working with hazardous materials; ensuring security and safety of the studio and equipment; supervising and instructing students regarding safe and proper use of equipment; procuring and updating MSDS information; developing and providing equipment safety and usage manuals; maintaining and supervising proper usage and storage of all chemicals; inspecting proper working of ventilation system and flexible fume ventilation hoods; ensuring that the studio is kept to fire code specifications; and mixing chemicals and maintaining safe storage and disposal practices.
      The Printmaking Area Computer Lab is high use and it is essential that the Printmaking Technician be well-versed with a variety of software programs used in printmaking. They must possess strong knowledge of computer software applications, equipment, and digital film-making and printing methods integral to digital printmaking processes. The Printmaking Technician is responsible for: maintaining digital labs and printers; performing routine maintenance on computers and peripherals; installing and upgrading software; and maintaining wide-format, laserjet and inkjet printers; performing color calibration on computer displays.
      Interpersonal skills are an important aspect of the Printmaking Technician position. The Printmaking Technician must possess strong skills in establishing and maintaining effective relations with students, faculty, staff, and vendors. They must maintain cooperative working relationships; and demonstrate sensitivity to, and respect for, a diverse population; and understand and follow oral and written communications.
      Minimum Qualifications: BFA in Printmaking or a related field and digital expertise. Preferred: MFA in Printmaking with extensive printmaking knowledge and digital expertise.
      Special Requirements: Must be able to perform physical activities such as, but not limited to, lifting (up to 50 lbs. unassisted), bending, standing, climbing or walking while performing classroom demonstrations and experiments. Must be able to work safely in an environment containing hazardous chemicals.
      Contact Information: Please note search number P12-06 on all materials
submitted in connection with this search. Applications are to be submitted electronically to at human_resources@newpaltz.edu in two .pdf files, not to exceed 20MB in size. The first one should be called “LastName_appl.pdf” and should include the following materials:
      1. Cover letter
2. Resume
3. Full contact information (names, email and postal addresses, and phone numbers) for three references
4. Transcript showing highest degree earned
      The second .pdf file should be called “LastName_port.pdf” and should include the following materials:
      1. 20 images of your work
2. an image list, including title, medium, dimensions and date of work
      Other important information about this vacancy: The State University of New York at New Paltz is a highly selective, public college that is recognized regionally for the strength of its academic programs. It is located in the beautiful Hudson River Valley with easy access to New York City and other nearby recreational and cultural amenities.
      SUNY New Paltz is an AA/EOE/ADA employer
      Federal law and regulations require notice to all prospective employees regarding crimes that have occurred on campus in the current three year period. Please refer to the University Police Web site for the complete Annual Security Report (“Clery Report”) at http://www.newpaltz.edu/police/securityact.html.

       

      May 21st, 2012 5:35 pm:

      Lyon College invites applications for a visiting assistant professor of art beginning in August 2012. The position is a one-year appointment and, depending on performance, carries a strong possibility of conversion to tenure-track. MFAs in new media, digital art, or digital/ graphic design OR Ph.D. in art history required. Responsibilities include teaching digital art, digital photography, and all levels of art history. Additional responsibilities will include mentoring students as preparation for their thesis work in senior projects. Prior teaching experience preferred. An understanding of and desire to be at a small, selective liberal arts college is essential. Applicants must have strong professional experience evident in an active exhibition record and/ or current practices in digital art or design, or scholarly publication in art history. The digital studio includes thirteen Macintosh (27” iMac 11,3) computers equipped with the adobe creative suite, three scanners, three small and one large scale ink jet printers, ten digital SLR cameras, and studio lighting equipment.

      Lyon College is a USN&WR “top tier” national liberal arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). It is located in the foothills of the Ozarks in Batesville, Arkansas, a safe and convenient town of 10,000 that serves as commercial, medical, social, and governmental hub for an eight- county area. The College enrolls approximately 600 students from twenty-five states and eleven foreign countries on its picturesque 136-acre campus. Entering freshmen have an average HSGPA of 3.6 and an average ACT of 26. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, a pdf or CD with 20 images of personal artwork and 20 images of student artwork (one 4”x6” 72 dpi image per page with information) and the names, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses for three current references to Assistant Professor of Art Dustyn Bork electronically at digitalartsearch@lyon.edu or by mail to Lyon College, PO Box 2317, Batesville, AR 72503. Please note e-mails must be smaller than 25MB. Links to websites may also be sent for additional consideration. Review of Applications will begin July 1 and will continue until position is filled. Lyon College is an equal opportunity employer. For more information about Lyon College visit our website at http://www.lyon.edu.

       

      June 18th, 2012 4:37 pm:

      The Jundt Art Museum invites applicants for a full-time director/curator position beginning in the spring 2013 semester. We seek well qualified applicants with relevant educational and/or professional experience in curatorial work and museum administration with a strong background in the history of prints. The successful candidate will plan and present a diverse and broad-based set of exhibits, serve as the primary writer/editor of grants and exhibition catalogues, and oversee all tasks associated with directing the Jundt Museum including: museum operations, exhibits, educational programming, fundraising, collection preservation and research, and outreach programs.

      The position requires a M.F.A. in the visual arts or a Ph.D. in a relevant discipline, plus four years of curatorial experience and assisting with the administration of a museum. A knowledge of prints, print-making processes, and print history is required, but a specialization in the history of prints is most desirable. The candidate will also possess excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, and be able to collaborate successfully with colleagues, staff, students, and the public. Knowledge and skills related to the display and installation of art, especially prints, are also essential.

      Gonzaga offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Applications must be received by 4:00 pm on Friday, September 7, 2012. For more information about the position and required application materials, please go to the Gonzaga University Human Resources web site http://www.gonzaga.edu/employment.

      Questions about the position can be directed to Dr. Shalon Parker, Search Committee Chair, Department of Art at parker@gonzaga.edu (509) 313-6718.

       

      July 18th, 2012 3:05 pm:

      Job Title: Printmaker/Designer

      Business Unit: AkzoNobel Industrial Coatings Specialty Finishes

      Location: Lancaster, South Carolina

      AkzoNobel Specialty Finishes is a supplier of films and coatings that are used in the automotive, marine, architectural, signage industry on a variety of components. Many of our film products, sold under Fluorex trademark, are well known to the industry for over 20 years. The company has an R&D facility in Lancaster S.C. that is developing products for the future to meet growing market demands and to support customers. We are currently seeking a Printmaker/Designer to support the business in all aspects of design, printing and sample development.

      •Operate gravure press to produce high quality, trend driven prints for customer approval.
      •Establish color/design masters.
      •Make adjustments using ink colors and gravure printing processes to match designs maximizing the visual impact of the designs.
      •Create and enhance digital images for product applications.
      •Create digital proofs inspired by scanned images, digital photos, and customer provided artwork.
      •Screenprint design samples by hand.
      •Evaluate and correct color proofs, digital images using visual and color perception.
      •Working with team, translate trends in color and materials.

      •Bachelor’s Degree in Art/Design or printing related field
      •Minimum of 2 years experience in a related field.
      •Excellent communication and presentation skills
      •PC and Mac computer
      •Microsoft Office specifically PowerPoint
      •Adobe Photoshop/Adobe Illustrator
      •Digital color printer, digital scanner, color reading software
      •Detailed oriented
      •Knowledge of manufacturing materials, processes, and methods as they apply to Graphic Arts
      •Some travel may be required

      AkzoNobel is an Equal Opportunity Employer

      Interested candidates can submit resumes to: diane.thompson@akzonobel.com

      Diane Thompson PHR
      Human Resources Manager, Americas
      AkzoNobel Specialty Finishes
      O: 1+803.313-8221
      M: 1+704.425-7062
      F: 1+803.313-8331
      E: diane.thompson@akzonobel.com

      AkzoNobel Specialty Finishes
      1872 Highway 9 ByPass
      Lancaster, S. C. 29720

      http://www.akzonobel.com

       

      August 14th, 2012 5:06 pm:

      ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY
      NORMAL, ILLINOIS
      SCHOOL OF ART

      The School of Art at Illinois State University seeks a full-time tenure-track Assistant or tenure-track Associate Professor of Printmaking to begin August 16, 2013. The successful candidate will be a knowledgeable, innovative, and dedicated artist/teacher with demonstrable skills in lithography (hand-drawn stone and plate litho, photo-mechanical, digital applications) and drawing. The Master of Fine Arts degree is required. Teaching experience, an active exhibition record, and an understanding of contemporary art practice and theory, are expected. Responsibilities include teaching three courses per term (beginning through advanced levels of lithography primarily with periodic drawing assignments), working with graduate students in various media when appropriate, sustaining an active program of scholarship and exhibitions, maintaining the studio, and serving the School, College, and University on committees and in other capacities.

      The School of Art includes eleven studio areas, art history, visual culture, and art education. The School is made up of thirty-four full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty members, several non-tenure track instructors, and four administrative professionals providing additional support. Our student population is between 400 and 500 majors at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Additional information on the program can be found at http://www.cfa.ilstu.edu/art.

      Review of applications begins on October 26, 2012 and continues until the position is filled. To assure full consideration, submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, artist’s statement, 20 examples of personal work demonstrating facility in lithography and drawing and 20 examples of student work, if available, (CD with thumbnail printout and image list) to the address below by October 26th. Please provide names, addresses, emails and phone numbers of three references and an SASE if you wish your materials to be returned. Finalists will be asked to forward official transcripts at a later date. Please submit to:

      Sarah Smelser
      School of Art
      Campus Box 5620
      Illinois State University
      Normal, Illinois 61790-5620

      Illinois State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution encouraging diversity.

       

      September 26th, 2012 3:58 pm:

      Position: Printmaking Faculty
      Location: Doha, Qatar
      Position Begins: August 11, 2013
      Review of Applications Begins: October 7, 2012 and will continue until position is filled.

      This 9-month faculty position will support the Painting + Printmaking program at VCUQatar. The painting and printmaking curriculum is based on the undergraduate course of study on the VCU home campus in Richmond, Virginia, which includes a global sensibility and a focus on teaching methods, techniques and theories with a historic and contextual reference to the Gulf region. VCUQatar prides itself on being responsive to the educational, business, cultural and communication needs of Qatar and the Middle East. The students are diverse and are admitted to the university on a competitive basis and into the Painting + Printmaking major by portfolio and interview. The facilities are state of the art and class sizes are small (typically 12:1 ratio.) Faculty teach 15 semester credit loads per year, engage in the development and delivery of significant research, contribute to the function and educational objectives of the department, serve as academic advisers and provide service to the university, the community in Qatar and the profession.

      The successful Painting + Printmaking faculty will be an experienced artist and educator at the forefront of contemporary art making with a thorough knowledge of fine art education at the University level. The successful candidate will possess comprehensive knowledge of contemporary theory; process and application with the ability to teach at all levels of the program. Applicants will have an MFA and an established academic career distinguished by a substantial exhibition record, a record of peer-reviewed publications, or comparable research accomplishments.

      Applicants are invited to apply with a broad range of expertise in printmaking practices including those that push the boundaries of the field, particularly those with a demonstrated commitment to professional involvement and exhibitions. Printmakers should be able to teach a range of print media with a particular emphasis in analogue processes. Knowledge of contemporary practices is required. Experience in University-level academic instruction beyond the TA level is required. Strong collaborative and communication skills are required as well as demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU and VCUQatar.

      For more information on VCUQatar, this unique international opportunity and
      how to apply for this position, please visit http://www.vcu.edu/arts/employment/qatar

       

      October 8th, 2012 9:21 pm:

      Assistant Professor- Printmaking
      Salary: negotiable
      Employer: Indiana University
      Location: Bloomington, Indiana
      Type: Full Time Academic-Assistant Professor
      Required Education: MFA, with at least 3 years teaching experience beyond MFA

      Description:
      Indiana University Henry Radford Hope School of Fine arts invites applicants for a full-time, tenure track position with rank of Assistant Professor in Printmaking, to begin in the fall 2013. We are seeking candidates with evidence of a national exhibition record and active professional achievement; experienced educators qualified to engage and communicate with students at BA, BFA, and MFA levels. Teaching responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: introductory printmaking courses, media-specific advanced undergraduate level courses, graduate level courses, seminars and critiques. Successful candidates will teach four courses during a 10-month academic year.
      The Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts MFA Printmaking program is nationally ranked. The principle printmaking facility is housed in 12,000 square feet of large, excellently equipped open shops for all print media; traditional and digital. Current printmaking facilities include: A lithography workshop with 750 square feet of well-designed working area with three large presses and a stone inventory numbering well over 100. A 1000 square foot Intaglio shop containing four presses, including a 48 x78” French Tool press, with adjacent dedicated rooms for acid, grounds, a spray booth-room, plus separate spaces for our large fully vented 30 x 36” aquatint box and paper soaking and preparation. Our 3000 square foot screen shop includes 12 vacuum printing stations, 2 light tables, ink -mixing area, exposing unit, back-lit washout room with high pressure spray-cleaning units and a wide variety of large and small shop screens. Additional facilities include a darkroom; yellow light room and exposing room for photo based media; a digital lab with medium and large format printers and a technology room with large format scanner and computer workstations. We also have a seminar/ paper preparation space plus a unique print archive with over 3800 prints.

      The Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts, founded in 1865, 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 accredited by NASAD, The National Association of Schools of Art and Design. Studio areas include fundamentals, ceramics, drawing and painting, graphic design, metalsmithing and jewelry design, digital media/computer arts, photography, printmaking, textiles, and sculpture. Fine Arts facilities include large studios and classrooms that support the creative work of multiple disciplines. The curricula are enriched by an active exhibition gallery as well as a comprehensive arts library.
      Requirements:
      Qualified candidates must have an MFA and at least three years of teaching experience past the MFA. (Please DO NOT apply if you do not meet these criteria.) 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.
      Indiana University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We are committed to recruiting diverse faculty. Culturally diverse candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
      Send applications via postal mail to: Printmaking Search, Fine Arts 123 Indiana University Bloomington, IN 47405. Applications reviewed as received; applications should be received by December 3rd, 2012 to be certain of full consideration. All requested materials must be received for consideration. Submitted materials will not be returned.

       

      October 18th, 2012 9:31 am:

      Assistant Professor- Design Foundations
      Employer: St. Norbert College
      Location: De Pere, WI
      Type: Full Time Academic-Assistant Professor

      St. Norbert College invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position in Studio Art and Design Foundations beginning in the Fall Semester of 2013. The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellence in college-level studio art education, professional creative work, and scholarship. The candidate must be skilled in a range of 2D and 3D art and design techniques that touch upon the broad areas of foundational studio art and have a demonstrated commitment to studio art foundations education. Desired skills may include 2D and 3D design, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, digital media, among other traditional and emerging or hybrid media forms. Applicants must have a broad understanding of traditional and contemporary art practices, art history, art theory, and criticism. Masters of Fine Art degree required, along with a strong exhibition record. Two years of teaching experience beyond graduate school preferred, as well as participation in professional forums such as FATE (Foundations in Art Theory and Education).

      Responsibilities will include teaching Studio Art and Design Foundations courses, Art Survey courses, and intermediate and advanced Art courses (for example, Printmaking, Painting, Drawing). Additional duties will include shared Art program oversight, development of foundations curriculum, maintenance of studio facilities, as well as departmental and institutional service responsibilities.

      St. Norbert College is a Catholic, nationally ranked Liberal Arts College that embraces the Norbertine vision of community and is committed to providing an educational environment that is intellectually, spiritually, and personally challenging. We welcome candidates from all faith traditions who can address how they can contribute to the College’s mission. Please visit the College website at http://www.snc.edu/mission and also http://www.snc.edu/art for more information about the Art discipline and its statement of its relation to the mission of the College.

      Along with an application letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, three professional references with full contact information, and evidence of teaching effectiveness, please provide the following:

      • A list of graduate courses taken
      • Sample syllabi
      • 20 examples of your own personal creative work (which may include images and videos)
      • 20 examples of your students’ work

      Send to: Dr. David Duquette, Associate Dean of Humanities and Fine Arts, St. Norbert College, 100 Grant St., De Pere, WI 54115 – 2099. Electronic submissions encouraged and can be sent to kelly.krummel@snc.edu, addressed to Dr. David Duquette. Screening of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, applications should be received by November 1, 2012. St. Norbert College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from traditionally underrepresented groups.

       

      October 24th, 2012 4:32 pm:

      DEPARTMENT OF STUDIO ARTS
      FACULTY OF FINE ARTS, CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY

      Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Print Media

      Concordia University’s Department of Studio Arts invites applications for one tenure-track position in Print Media for July 1, 2013.

      The Print Media program stresses a strong historical and theoretical understanding of the medium while investigating the meaningful relationships between the technologies of reproduction, individual expression and contemporary society. The program has also developed a fine art print publishing initiative, Stinger Editions. Classes are taught in sophisticated facilities that support four distinct curriculum streams: Intaglio, Screen, Lithography and Digital Print.

      The successful candidate will be expected to teach Print Media courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, supervise graduate and independent study students, develop program curriculum, liaise with the print technician and perform other administrative duties as necessary.

      We are seeking applicants with a strong contemporary print art practice as well as extensive critical/theoretical background and contemporary understanding of traditional and extended print practices. The candidate’s portfolio, professional and teaching experience should demonstrate expertise in traditional and photo-digital intaglio processes and in two or more other print areas including UV screen printing, digital print media, relief, book arts and/or direct and offset lithography. Experience with automated offset presses, professional print collaboration and knowledge of video editing and web design and software would be an asset.

      Candidates should have an MFA degree; a strong exhibition record; university teaching experience; demonstrated knowledge of print history and theory; and a record of administrative and committee service. Although classes are taught in English, fluency in French would be considered an asset.
      Submissions should consist of a covering letter, a curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy and interests, evidence of teaching effectiveness (including course syllabi, examples of student work, assignments and evaluations), a research statement, documentation of artwork (DVD, CD, or slides), and the names and contact information of three referees, one of which must be the candidate’s department chair or dean or someone in a direct supervisory role.

      Applications with a self-addressed, stamped envelope should be submitted or postmarked on or before November 1, 2012 to:

      Mailing address:

      Departmental Personnel Committee
      Department of Studio Arts, Concordia University
      Re: Tenure-track Faculty Position in Print Media
      1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. West, VA-250
      Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1M8 Canada
      Fax: 514-848-2281

      Civic address for in-person and courier delivery:

      Visual Arts Building
      Sir George Williams Campus
      1395 René-Lévesque Blvd. West, VA-250
      Montreal, Quebec, H3G 2M5 Canada

      Inquiries regarding this position may be directed, by e-mail, to: studio@alcor.concordia.ca

      For further information, applicants are encouraged to consult:
      Department of Studio Arts: http://studio-arts.concordia.ca
      Faculty of Fine Arts: http://finearts.concordia.ca
      Academic Services for Fine Arts Faculty:
      http://finearts.concordia.ca/officeofthedean/servicesandresourcesforfaculty/

       

      November 5th, 2012 12:15 pm:

      Assistant Professor of Printmaking – two positions available
      University of New Mexico

      University of New Mexico, Assistant Professors of Printmaking. Full-time, probationary appointments leading to a tenure decision. Service on committees and other responsibilities will be expected. Salary: $50,000. Start August 12, 2013. Minimum: M.F.A. in Studio Art with emphasis in Printmaking; expertise in lithography and/or mixed media printmaking; demonstrated ability to teach diverse printmaking techniques and knowledge of critical theory; commitment to studio practice that includes lithography and/or mixed media printmaking; exhibiting artist and/or have a professional collaborative practice; teaching experience beyond TA level. Preferred: Commitment to printmaking as demonstrated by creative work through national or regional exhibition record and/or a strong professional collaborative practice; knowledge of digital media and its application to the artistic process and instruction; commitment to lab management; collegiality. All applicants must apply online at the University of New Mexico web site: https://unmjobs.unm.edu, Posting #0817761. Please attach as part of the application in the UNMJobs system: a letter of application; course syllabi; teaching philosophy; CV with names and complete addresses (mailing, telephone, and e-mail) of three recommenders. Please mail to us 20 examples of your work, with a list of images, including title, year, medium, and size, and 15 examples of student work on CDs/DVDs (no slides). CDs/DVDs should be in MS PowerPoint, cross-formatted for PC and Mac. Send CDs/DVDs with list of images to: Chair, Printmaking Search Committee, Department of Art and Art History, MSC04 2560, 220 Yale Blvd. NE, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001. Phone 505.277.5861. Include a self-addressed, stamped envelope with your CDs/DVDs if you want materials returned. Application Deadline: For best consideration, all application materials must be received by December 3, 2012. The position will remain open until filled. For further information, UNM’s confidentiality policy (“Recruitment and Hiring,” Policy #3210), which includes information about public disclosure of documents submitted by applicants, is located at http://www.unm.edu/~ubppm. EEO/AA.

       

      November 26th, 2012 10:46 am:

      Assistant Professor of Art – Interdisciplinary Designer / Artist
      Florida State University, Department of Art

      http://art.fsu.edu/

      The Department of Art at Florida State University (FSU) seeks an interdisciplinary artist / designer for an Assistant Professor position. The applicant will use text in relationship to the future of design and art in an interdisciplinary program. This is a tenure-track position with a 3/2 teaching load.

      QUALIFICATIONS: MFA or equivalent in the visual arts, an emerging or established recognition in their field, clear record of excellence in teaching and strong communication skills, and an understanding of a wide array of curricular and artistic methodologies.
      Candidates will have a commitment to sustained investigation of intellectual issues in contemporary art. Primary creative research involves using text in some way, and may include but is not limited to: book arts, computational design, criticism, digital printing, information design, installation, new media art, printmaking, public art, sculpture, time-based media, typography, and web art. Ideal candidates will be comfortable working across disciplines and encompassing broader approaches to art practice and teaching.

      RESPONSIBILITIES: The candidate will have responsibilities in research/creative activity, teaching in both graduate and undergraduate courses, and service. This candidate will have teaching duties in the Print+Media focus area, an interdisciplinary art and design focus on using new media tools to produce various outcomes (2D, 3D and/or Time based), as well as additional courses related to their specialty.
      DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAMS: The Department of Art offers undergraduate programs (BA, BFA) in Studio Art, and a 3-year MFA program in Studio Art. Our programs encourage interdisciplinary freedom through a wide range of emerging and traditional art practices, while also offering concentrations in digital media, painting and drawing, photography, printmaking, photographic and artist books, ceramics and sculpture. Both BFA and MFA programs provide students large personal studios and exhibition spaces.
      FSU is a public, fully accredited, coeducational research institution with the Carnegie Foundation’s highest designation, Doctoral/Research University-Extensive, with strong support for faculty research and exhibition and is committed to fostering an academic community of excellence. Faculty grants offer up to $20,000 to first-year faculty. There are many opportunities for inter and cross-disciplinary collaboration at Florida State including the History of Text Technologies (HoTT) program, Small Craft Advisory Press (SCAP), and the Facility for Arts Research (FAR).
      Salary and benefits competitive.
      To apply: Please send the following on CD or DVD (JPG/PNG, PDF, or MOV formats only):
      Cover letter of interest that addresses how credentials and experience meet the responsibilities and qualifications of the position, contact information, CV, artist statement, teaching statement, 20 images/videos (< 3:00 min each or approx. 1024×768 JPG) of recent work with list of image titles and media, 20 images of student work, relevant syllabi of courses you have taught, names and contact information for 3 references.

      Send materials to:
      Interdisciplinary Designer / Artist Search Committee
      FSU Department of Art/ 220 FAB,
      530 West Call Street, Tallahassee FL 32306-1150.

      Applicants must also go to https://jobs.fsu.edu to complete an on-line application. The e-Recruit Job Opening number is 35030
      Consideration of applications begins January 7, 2013.

      The Florida State University is an equal employment opportunity employer and educational provider committed to a policy of non-discrimination.

       

      December 14th, 2012 10:19 am:

      Director, MFA Programs in Studio Arts and Book Arts/Printmaking

      The University of the Arts seeks a Director who will oversee the MFA Program in Studio Arts and the MFA Program in Book Arts/Printmaking. Reporting directly to the Dean of the College of Art, Media and Design, the Director functions as senior academic leader for both of these MFA programs.

      The MFA programs in Studio Arts and Book Arts/Printmaking are housed in the College of Art, Media and Design along with several other graduate programs and the Schools of Art, Design and Film. The combined enrollment for the College is approximately 1200 students with approximately 204 graduate students. Currently the MFA in Studio Arts has 41 students and Book Arts/Printmaking has 19 students.

      Geographically located prominently on the Avenue of the Arts in Center City, Philadelphia the University of the Arts is one of the oldest and largest comprehensive private institutions of higher education centered in the arts in the United States. Its undergraduate and graduate programs prepare students for more than 150 professional career paths in the visual, performing, media, design and communication arts, and related fields.

      In recognition of the University’s Academic and Strategic Plans and the recommendations that support a commitment to the spirit of experimentation and invention in the education of young artists and designers, the new Director will be expected to lead the MFA programs’ faculty in artistic and academic innovation and change. The hallmarks of the Academic and Strategic Plans include greater opportunity for collaborative learning and encouragement of our faculty and students to interrogate the conventions and boundaries that underpin disciplinary traditions.

      The successful candidate will be an active artist, a natural networker, with strong, diverse connections across the fields of art, nationally and internationally. Entrepreneurial skills and flare are a must. Collaborative skills, an ability to communicate effectively and strong organizational skills are required.

      QUALIFICATIONS:
      An advanced degree and professional experience in one or more Fine Arts fields is required; specific experience with book arts or printmaking is highly desirable. Applicants should provide evidence of academic leadership and teaching experience that would warrant an appointment at the rank of Associate Professor.

      TO APPLY: Applicants should send a letter of application, CV and the contact information for four professional references to:

      Director Search, MFA Programs
      The University of the Arts
      College of Art, Media and Design
      Office of the Dean
      320 South Broad Street
      Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Or via email to: camd@uarts.edu

      Applications received by January 18th will receive full consideration. The search will remain open until position is filled.

       

      December 16th, 2012 5:59 pm:

      Regular Full Time Faculty
      Print + Paper and Graphic Arts

      The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, is seeking an artist well versed in a wide range of print media that may include documented work in new modes of printmaking, graphic design, books, zines, street graphics, public interventions, activist graphics, and/or sculptural applications. The ideal candidate will be able to teach a combination of several of the following print media and graphic applications: intaglio, relief, screen printing, letter press, digital, non toxic, experimental, design applications, text and/or digital graphics. Expertise in lithography and typography are highly desirable but not essential.

      Deadline for applications is Friday February 15, 2013, although applications will be considered until the position is filled.

      To see a full description and to apply for this position, please go to:

      http://www.smfa.edu/employment.

       

      May 31st, 2013 2:32 pm:

      SUNY New Paltz Art Department invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure-track Visiting Assistant Professor position in Printmaking to begin in August 2013 for one year, with the possibility of an additional year, depending on scheduling needs. We seek a strong educator qualified to engage with students at all levels in our BFA and MFA programs in printmaking, and the BA/BS degree in Visual Art.

      The successful candidate will teach at all levels of Printmaking, including graduate seminars and critical forums. The teaching assignment is six courses per year. Participation in departmental service, including student advising and committee work is required and shared by all faculty members.

      Qualifications: MFA in studio art with an emphasis in printmaking along with an active professional practice is required. A minimum of two years’ teaching experience is preferred. Experience teaching at the graduate level is desired. Applicants should be familiar with a range of approaches to printmaking, digital applications, and relevant interdisciplinary practices. Demonstrated proficiency in a range of printmaking techniques is required. Verbal, written and digital skills are necessary. New Paltz students come from a variety of arts disciplines and backgrounds; therefore applicants must have a broad knowledge of art history and contemporary art. The successful candidate will have the ability to work cooperatively with diverse faculty and student populations. The State University of New York at New Paltz is an AA/EOE/ADA employer.

      Contact Information: Electronic application will take place via two emailed .pdf files
      • The first should include a cover letter/letter of intent; cv; artist’s statement; sample course syllabi and teaching philosophy; the names, email addresses, addresses and phone numbers of three references; graduate school transcript.
      • The second should include at least 20 samples of professional work (with a list of images, including title, year, medium and size) and 10-20 samples of student work.

      Please submit items to:

      Chair, Printmaking Search Committee, PrintmakingSearch@newpaltz.edu
      Please note search number F13-03 on all materials submitted.

      Deadline: Applications accepted until position is filled;priority given to those rec’d by 6/11/13

      link to the full ad on the SUNY New Paltz website: http://www.newpaltz.edu/hr/displayjobdetails.php?id=1384

       

      June 4th, 2013 11:26 pm:

      ASSISTANT PROFESSOR(S) in Art | SCHOOL OF ART | LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY

      Tenure Track Position(s): Assistant Professor(s) of Art in Photography or Printmaking or Sculpture Disciplines. Applicants who are able to demonstrate expertise in a combination of these disciplines are highly desirable.
      Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. Compensation includes full benefits.
      Deadline: Applications will be reviewed immediately and continue until the position(s) are filled.
      For full consideration all materials should be sent by June 21st.
      Start Date: September 1, 2013

      Duties:
      • Teach undergraduate and graduate level art courses
      • Serve on graduate student committees
      • Pursue professional research and exhibition record
      • Advise art students
      • Participate in development of the Art Program
      • Assist with management and maintenance of facilities
      • Engage in service to the School, University, community, and professional organizations

      Required Qualifications:
      • MFA in Art, in the photography, printmaking, or sculpture discipline;
      Degree conferred before September 2013.
      • Strong foundations experience and willingness to teach in the core
      • University/college teaching experience beyond a graduate teaching assistant preferred
      • Exhibition record demonstrating professional recognition of creative work
      • Strong written and oral communication skills
      • Knowledge of art history, traditional and contemporary processes, and theories
      • Knowledge of, and experience with Adobe Creative Suite 6
      • A working knowledge of both traditional and non-traditional methods is strongly preferred

      A combination of the following skills is preferred:
      • Digital and analog photography experience and historical knowledge of the medium. Lighting, digital editing and printing, alternative processes skills desirable. Video making and editing is a plus.
      • Knowledge of multiple printmaking processes
      • Knowledge of, and experience with Rhino and Rhino-Cam or related software and have a working knowledge of traditional and non-traditional sculpture processes and materials.

      Application must include the following documents saved as PDFs:
      • Letter of intent stating qualifications for position
      • Resume
      • One page artist statement
      • One page teaching philosophy
      • Names for three references: title, e-mail address, and phone number
      • PDF file of 20 images representing personal artwork, video may also be uploaded
      • PDF file of 20 images representing student artwork, video may also be uploaded
      • Image list of personal and student work, stating media, dimensions, and dates
      • Unofficial graduate transcripts
      • All application materials must be sent digitally to the job listing at: http://artlatech.slideroom.com

       

      July 14th, 2013 4:40 pm:

      The Department of Art & Design at the University of Minnesota, Duluth has a full time Printmaking/2 D Design term position available beginning August 26, 2013. Job duties and responsibilities include teaching and research in the field of Printmaking and 2D Design. Essential qualifications include an MA in the field of Art & Design, an exhibition record, and experience with or education in appropriate technologies. The University of Minnesota requires that you apply online for this position. For a complete position description and information on how to apply online, visit http://employment.umn.edu and search for Job Requisition 185369. Complete applications will be reviewed beginning July 31st and continue until position is filled.

      The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

       

      July 19th, 2013 2:44 am:

      PRINTMAKING TECHNICIAN/ INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT TECHNICIAN

      Apply online/direct any questions to Arnold Kemp, ajkemp@vcu.edu
      Department: Painting + Printmaking
      
Title: Instructional Support Technician/Printmaking Technician

      Posting Date: July 15, 2013
      
Review Date: Starts July 26, 2013 open until filled.
      Duties: VCUarts seeks a ½ time Printmaking Technician, for one year, to oversee an active and beautiful facility. The Printmaking Technician must possess technical knowledge and expertise of printmaking (intaglio and lithography) and work closely in the Department of Painting + Printmaking with two full-time faculty members, adjunct professors, and undergraduate and graduate students. In consultation with faculty the Technician is responsible for maintaining the Printmaking Facilities, Equipment, Materials and Supplies.
      Responsibilities include repairing, maintaining, or arranging service for studio equipment including: six etching/relief and six lithography presses; an industrial hot plate, material cutters, and mechanical lift; a flip-top plate-maker; power and hand tools; several flexible shaft engraving tools; a rosin box; a stack system for print drying; maintaining studio supplies and materials; maintaining, ordering and inventorying ink and ink modifiers; maintaining, ordering and inventorying printing support materials (oils, powders, adhesives, etc.); maintaining, ordering and inventorying lithography stones and aluminum plates; maintaining, ordering and inventorying rollers, brayers, felts and accessories maintaining, ordering and inventorying solvents, chemicals, and their storage; maintaining nitric acid use; maintaining ferric-chloride baths; training and supervising safe solvent and chemical handling and usage; and arranging appropriate removal of spent chemicals (acid, volatiles, etc.)

      The Printmaking Technician assists the Printmaking Faculty with the budget, including: inventorying/ordering/purchasing studio tools, supplies, materials and equipment; researching new materials and preparing order requisitions.
      The Printmaking Technician works with students and faculty regarding equipment and materials, and therefore must be well-versed in the fundamentals, terminology, techniques, equipment and materials in print making; and well-versed in the other various materials, tools and equipment to be used in the studio setting. They are also responsible for coordinating the smooth functioning of the studios and this includes: entering new key access codes each semester and resolving any issues regarding the key access system; training and supervising the work of student assistants; ensuring availability of laboratory materials for students; distributing materials related to class fees; demonstrating techniques in the use of specialized printmaking equipment as necessary; maintaining, repairing, setting up and breaking down equipment in all printmaking areas as necessary; performing related work as required; and instructing others and performing experiments and demonstrations as needed.

      Qualifications: Studio Health and Safety are of utmost importance and the responsibilities of the Printmaking Technician with regard to health and safety includes: maintaining proper health and safety standards; knowledge of and regular handling or working with hazardous materials; ensuring security and safety of the studio and equipment; supervising and instructing students regarding safe and proper use of equipment; procuring and updating MSDS information; developing and providing equipment safety and usage manuals; maintaining and supervising proper usage and storage of all chemicals; inspecting proper working of ventilation system and fume ventilation hoods; ensuring that the studio is kept to fire code specifications; and mixing chemicals and maintaining safe storage and disposal practices.

      Interpersonal skills are an important aspect of the Printmaking Technician position. The Printmaking Technician must possess strong skills in establishing and maintaining effective relations with students, faculty, staff, and vendors. They must maintain cooperative working relationships; and demonstrate sensitivity to, and respect for, a diverse population; and understand and follow oral and written communications.
      
Minimum Qualifications: BFA in Printmaking or a related field.
      Preferred: MFA in Printmaking with extensive printmaking knowledge.
      
Special Requirements: Must be able to perform physical activities such as, but not limited to, lifting (up to 50 lbs. unassisted), bending, standing, climbing or walking while performing classroom demonstrations and experiments. Must be able to work safely in an environment containing hazardous chemicals. 

      The first document should be called “LastName_PRappl.pdf” and should include the following materials: 

      Cover letter

      Resume

      Full contact information (names, email and postal addresses, and phone numbers) for three references

      Transcript showing highest degree earned

      The second .pdf file should be called “LastName_PRport.pdf” and should include the following materials: 

      20 images of your work

      An image list, including title, medium, dimensions and date of work

      DELIVERY INSTRUCTIONS:
Place all PDF’s into single folder and compress (zip) – Titled “your last name, first name–VCU PRINTtech”
Go to https://www.yousendit.com/ and select YouSendIt Lite, follow directions to upload file
Email file through YouSendIt to ajkemp@vcu.edu, review begins July 26th and continues until filled.
      TRANSCRIPT MAILED TO:
      PRINTMAKING TECHNICIAN
Department of Painting + Printmaking
Virginia Commonwealth University
1000 West Broad Street
PO Box 842016
Richmond, Virginia 23284-2016
      Virginia Commonwealth University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action university providing access to education and employment without regard to age, race, color, national origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, veteran’s status, political affiliation or disability.

       

      October 9th, 2013 12:29 pm:

      Part-time Position Announcement in Printmaking

      Columbus State University, Department of Art

      The Department of Art at Columbus State University has an opening for a part-time, temporary faculty in printmaking for Spring 2014. The faculty will be responsible for one combined section of Lithography, Screenprinting, and Advanced Printmaking. The class meets on M/W from 9-11:30. There is flexibility with course content and emphasis.

      Minimum Qualifications

      A MFA in Studio Art is required. Candidate should possess strong communication skills and demonstrated teaching ability. A successful criminal background check will be required as a condition of employment.

      Application Procedures

      Please submit a letter or email of interest to the department chair along with a CV. Columbus State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to diversity in hiring.

      Contact Information

      Joe Sanders, Chair, Department of Art, Columbus State University, 4225 University Avenue, Columbus, Georgia 31907

      Email: Sanders_joe@columbusstate.edu • voice: (706) 507-8302

      Visit us at: http://www.columbusstate.edu/art

       

      November 4th, 2013 6:44 pm:

      The Department of Art, University of Nevada, Reno, is seeking an experienced academic educator, artist, designer, to establish and direct the activities of an emerging fine-arts-based undergraduate graphic arts program—to supervise and participate in an established book arts and publishing program at the Black Rock Press.
      Requirements: MFA in fine arts; experience in graphic arts and book arts. Minimum 2 years teaching experience. This is a full-time assistant professor, tenure track position. Deadline for application is November 30, 2013. Applications must be submitted on-line. To apply, please visit: https://www.unrsearch.com/postings/13735
      AA/EEO Women and members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

       

      November 12th, 2013 8:49 am:

      Assistant Professor of Art – Printmaking
      The University of Connecticut Department of Art and Art History seeks an Assistant Professor of Art in Printmaking for a full-time, 9-month, tenure track position with an anticipated start date of August 23, 2014. The successful candidate’s primary academic appointment will be at the Storrs campus with the possibility of work at UConn’s regional campuses across the state. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
      Duties and Responsibilities: The successful candidate will incorporate both traditional and emerging printmaking practices into their teaching. Responsibilities will include undergraduate printmaking courses, interdisciplinary foundation courses, graduate program seminars and advisory committee membership, as well as additional teaching that might serve the needs of the department and/or reflect the candidate’s particular skills and interests. Ongoing excellence in creative work and professional activity will be required. Duties will also include service to the department, the school and the university.
      Minimum Qualifications: Qualified candidates must have an M.F.A. degree and at least two years of teaching experience beyond the graduate T.A. Candidates must be familiar with a range of conceptual and technical aspects of printmaking and also demonstrate a commitment to extended and interdisciplinary approaches. An understanding of current art issues and studio practices is required. Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential.
      Preferred Qualifications: Proficiency in intaglio, lithography, relief and screen printing techniques is desirable. Candidates with additional abilities and interests in digital applications and/or letterpress are particularly encouraged to apply.
      The Department of Art and Art History includes twenty-three faculty and offers the BFA and MFA degrees in Studio Art as well as the BA in Art History, and Minors in Studio Art and Art History. The Department takes an interdisciplinary and wide-ranging approach to studio practice, and engages in collaborations across the university. New, expanded facilities for intaglio, lithography, letterpress/book arts, and screen printing were opened last year. Additional information about the department and its programs can be seen at art.uconn.edu.
      Applications are submitted on-line at jobs.uconn.edu and must include the following: letter of application; current c.v.; artist statement; teaching philosophy; names, addresses, e-mails and phone numbers of three references; 20 images of personal work and 20 images of student work. Application deadline: Dec. 31, 2013.
      At the University of Connecticut, our commitment to excellence is complemented by our commitment to building a culturally diverse community. We actively encourage women, people with disabilities, and members of minority groups to apply. The University of Connecticut is an EEO/AA employer.

      Further Info:
      http://www.art.uconn.edu/
      Toni-Marie LaFollette
      860-486-1593

      Department of Art & Art History
      University of Connecticut
      830 Bolton Road, Unit 1099
      Storrs, Connecticut 06269-1099

       

      November 20th, 2013 9:24 am:

      Assistant Professor for Printmaking
      Position Number: 2013-F102

      Position Description:
      The School of Art at Texas Christian University announces an appointment in Printmaking beginning Fall 2013. Candidates should be prepared to teach printmaking, including contemporary printmaking p[practices, and additional studio art course. Course Load will be 3/3 at the undergraduate and graduate level, along with departmental duties.

      Rank and Salary: Assistant Professor, full-time, tenure-track. Salary and benefits, including benefits for domestic partners, are highly competitive. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

      Starting Date: August 2014. Screening begins December 1, 2013, and position will remain open until filled. Please indicate in your cover letter if you will be attending CAA.

      TCU is a NASAD-accredited School of Art that offers the BA in Art History, a BA and BFA in Studio with concentrations in Ceramics, Painting, Photography, Printmaking and Sculpture, the BFA in Art Education, and a BA and BFA in Graphic Design. Graduate programs include an MFA in Studio with concentrations in Painting and Sculpture and an MA in Art History. In 2012, the School of Art created a faculty position in New Media.

      The School of Art is housed in the J.M. Moudy Building, an architectural landmark designed by the architectural firm of Kevin Roche, John Dinkeloo and Associates. Outstanding studios (including well-equipped lab for plate lithography, safe etching, relief, papermaking, book arts and waterbased screen printing), lecture halls, digital labs, and the visual resources library support the creative and academic activities of students. The School of Art includes two active exhibition spaces: the Moudy Gallery and the Fort Worth Contemporary Arts, an experimental gallery located in an urban area on the edge of campus. TCU is a progressive, independent university with approximately 9,725 students. The campus encompasses 271 acres in a residential neighborhood near the Cultural District, home to three major museums: the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the Kimbell Art Museum, and the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. The region provides a rich array of museums, galleries and opportunities for practicing artists.

      Position Requirements:
      Requirements: MFA and active exhibition record required. Knowledge of printmaking and Adobe CS6, two or more years teaching experience beyond the graduate teaching assistant level preferred.

      Only electronic files will be accepted. Upload your application and attachments at https://tcu.igreentree.com/CSS_Faculty. Applications should include 20 images of professional art work and 20 images of student work. For image format instructions, go to http://www.imageformat.tcu.edu. Other required documents are a cover letter, a CV, and three confidential letters of recommendation. The three signed, confidential letters should be sent directly to: Jacqulyn Curry at j.curry@tcu.edu or TCU Box 298200, Fort Worth, TX 76129.

      Address any queries or correspondence to Jacqulyn Curry at j.curry@tcu.edu.

       

      November 22nd, 2013 4:25 pm:

      University of Dallas
      Printmaking Faculty Search

      Annual Salary:
      Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.

      Institution:
      The University of Dallas is a highly ranked liberal arts institution. The Department of Art consists of five areas of study including Art History, Ceramics, Painting, Printmaking, and Sculpture and offers BA, MA, and MFA degrees in Studio Art.

      Description:
      The University of Dallas is seeking an accomplished studio artist and teacher for a full-time, tenure track position at the assistant or associate level in the field of Printmaking. The position requires teaching on the undergraduate (BA) level and graduate (MA/MFA) level, active professional research, and service. The successful candidate will teach beginning through graduate printmaking as well as undergraduate and graduate seminars and foundations, develop the area curriculum, and contribute to the strength and energy of the Art Department and University. The position requires the desire and ability to serve on the undergraduate and graduate committees for students in all five-department areas. Applicants should have a strong exhibition record; possess knowledge of a wide variety of processes ranging from traditional to experimental printmaking, and show awareness of dialogues in contemporary art. Experience running a professional collaborative print studio is desirable. The University of Dallas prides itself on the rigor of our foundations instruction, the integration of studio practice with art history, the high level of professional standards and the excellence of its liberal arts curriculum. The candidate’s contribution to this type of academic community, as well as his/her understanding of the technical and conceptual impact of digital processes in the field should be demonstrated in his/her work and statement.

      website: udallas.edu/art

      Position begins: August 27, 2014

      Minimum Requirements:
      With submitted materials, the candidate must show:
      • MFA degree with emphasis in the field of Printmaking
      • Active and significant exhibition record
      • College level teaching experience, minimum of 3 years experience beyond Teaching Assistant Level
      • Ability to address technical and conceptual aspects of student work
      • Ability to teach all levels of study from introductory to graduate level
      • Ability to teach various technical printmaking processes
      • Knowledge of digital processes and their application to the above print processes
      • Knowledge of historical and contemporary practices and theory in printmaking
      • Commitment to excellence in presentation and exhibition standards
      • Commitment to current health and safety standards in the classroom
      • Ability to efficiently organize, maintain, and manage all needs for the print studios
      • Ability to maintain a budget for the print studios
      • Ability to continue and manage the department’s print collection
      • Commitment to both community art activities and individual student mentoring

      Apply digitally by submitting the following materials online at https://udallas.wufoo.com/forms/application/

      Document format: PDF files
      Image format: individual JPEG or PNG (1200 pixels in largest dimension no larger than 2MB) or multipage PDF no larger than 4MB.
      • Letter of application
      • Curriculum vitae
      • 20 images of professional work- include image identification including: title, medium, dimensions, and date
      • Any digital video work should be submitted as QuickTime files and limited to 3 minutes
      • 20 images of student work- include image identification list: title(assignment or class), medium, dimensions, and date
      • Artist’s statement
      • Statement of teaching philosophy
      • Names and contact information including email address of three references

      If you have any questions, please email art@udallas.edu with subject line: Printmaking Faculty Search.

      Deadline: December 15, 2013 or until position is filled. Interviews will be conducted at the CAA 2014 conference. Please state in your letter of application whether you will be in attendance.

       

      December 13th, 2013 6:06 pm:

      Artist Educator Position
      The Education Associate will implement educational activities based on a variety of programs, with particular focus on the Museum’s Screen It! curriculum. Mexic-Arte Museum’s Screen It! program introduces k-12 students to the basic principles of screen printing and related careers in the art field. Screen It! courses focus on: creative design, computer literacy, and entrepreneurial training. The position reports to the Education Coordinator, Delilah Knuckley.

      Summary of responsibilities:
      Conduct screen printing-based classes in schools and community centers across the greater Austin area utilizing the Mexic-Arte Museum Screen It! curriculum
      Conduct art education classes in schools and community centers across the greater Austin area utilizing the Mexic-Arte Museum art education curriculum

      Preferred Qualifications:
      Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Studio Art, or related field
      Teaching experience (arts-based teaching experience preferred, but not required)
      In-depth knowledge of screen printing
      In-depth knowledge of Latino Printmakers
      Proficiency with computers and software programs including Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Creative Suite
      Professional demeanor and positive attitude
      Enjoys working with children
      Strong organizational skills
      Patience and the ability to multi-task in the face of multiple projects and ever-changing schedules
      Ability to work independently, as well as part of a team
      Valid Texas Driver’s License and personal vehicle to travel to schools and transport materials
      Ability to pass extensive background checks, required for in-school programming
      Intermediate-level fluency in Spanish

      In addition to Cover letter & CV or Resume, applicants are encouraged to include examples of their own artwork, or contracted works on paper. Please send to delilahk@mexic-artemuseum.org

       

      December 16th, 2013 11:27 pm:

      link to the printmaking PVL:

      http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/pvl/pv_078479.html

      UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON
      Position Vacancy Listing
      PVL# 78479
      Working title:
      Assistant Professor – Printmaking
      Official title:
      ASSISTANT PROFESSOR(C40NN)
      Degree and area of specialization:
      MFA or equivalent relevant experience is required.
      Minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience:
      A minimum of two years’ experience in professional practice, and demonstrated excellence and productivity in the field are preferred. A minimum of two years of university or college-level teaching experience beyond graduate teaching assistantships is also preferred. The candidate must demonstrate a proven record of professional involvement and creative accomplishment in the field of printmaking. The successful candidate should be a practicing artist with a distinguished exhibition record, teaching experience at the university or college level, and a strong commitment with enthusiasm towards the future of printmaking practice. A demonstrated proficiency in a wide range of intaglio techniques is essential along with expertise in one or more additional print media and Contemporary Print Theory and Practice. An understanding of digital imaging and experimental printmaking processes is desirable.
      Principal duties:
      This Printmaking Position will involve teaching introductory and advanced classes in intaglio with a secondary concern in other print media and responsible for overseeing the intaglio studio. Candidates must have an excellent working knowledge of Intaglio and the contemporary critical issues that are relevant to the field of printmaking. Consideration will be given to candidates who introduce print
media practices that embrace green technology.

Candidates should also have a diverse background in Contemporary Print Media including: Traditional (Intaglio, Lithography, Screenprint, Relief), Digital Printmaking, Unique Prints, Multiples, and Contemporary Print Theory and Practice. This background will facilitate a new course offering involving a survey of contemporary print media that covers traditional and contemporary
printmaking theory and practice.

The position offers the opportunity to work within a well-established, well equipped, and top ranked printmaking program. The teaching load is three classes per semester and requires the teaching of Intaglio, a secondary print course, and service on MFA and MA committees. The desire and ability to interface with all areas of the Art Department is a significant facet of the position. The successful candidate must meet the teaching, research, and service expectations of the department and university.
      Additional Information:
      Note: SlideRoom will charge a fee of $15.00 to process the application. This fee should be seen as comparable to the materials and the postage required of a hard copy application. Candidates are strongly encouraged to submit their materials via SlideRoom, but may alternatively submit hard copy application materials by mail to: 

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor
Printmaking Search Committee
C/O John Hitchcock
Department of Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison
455 North Park Street, 6241 Humanities Building
Madison, Wisconsin 53706-1490

A criminal background check will be conducted prior to hiring.
      A criminal background check will be conducted prior to hiring.
      *************************
      Appointment type: Faculty
      Department(s): EDUC/ART
      Full time salary rate: Minimum $60,000 ACADEMIC (9 months)
      Depending on Qualifications
      Appointment percent: 100%
      Anticipated begin date: AUGUST 25, 2014
      Number of positions: 1
      TO ENSURE CONSIDERATION
      Application must be received by: FEBRUARY 07, 2014
      HOW TO APPLY:
      Please submit application materials to SlideRoom at http://uwmadisonjobs.slideroom.com by 11:59 p.m. EST on Friday, February 7, 2014.

Application materials must arrive on or before February 7, 2014 in order to be considered.

Applications will be reviewed for possible preliminary interview at the CAA Conference in Chicago in February 12-15, 2014.

Note: Unless confidentiality is reqested in writing, information regarding the applicants must be released upon request. Finalists cannot be guaranteed confidentiality.

The University of Wisconsin-Madison is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
      Unless another application procedure has been specified above, please send resume and cover letter referring to Position Vacancy Listing #78479 to
      Lori Mann Carey Phone: 608-262-1959
      455 N Park St Fax: N/A
      6241 George L Mosse Humanities Bld Email: lmcarey@education.wisc.edu
      Madison, WI 53706-1405

      Relay Access (WTRS): 7-1-1 (out-of-state: TTY: 800.947.3529, STS: 800.833.7637) and above Phone number (See RELAY_SERVICE for further information. )
      NOTE: Unless confidentiality is requested in writing, information regarding the names of applicants must be released upon request. Finalists cannot be gu aranteed confidentiality.
      UW-Madison is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.
      For more academic job opportunities at the University of Wisconsin-Madison please click on PVL HOME
      For more information on the University of Wisconsin-Madison Office of Human Resources please click on OHR_HOME
      For more information on the University of Wisconsin-Madison see our home page at UW_HOME
      For UW Madison Campus Safety Information see UW_SAFETY_INFORMATION

       

      December 16th, 2013 11:30 pm:

      The Department of Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking candidates for a full-time, tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Printmaking Area beginning academic year 2014-15.

      The position offers the opportunity to work within a well-established, well equipped, and top ranked printmaking program. The teaching load is three classes per semester and requires the teaching of Intaglio, a secondary print course, and service on MFA and MA committees.

      link to the printmaking Position Vacancy Listing:

      http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/pvl/pv_078479.html

      John Hitchcock,
      Chair of Printmaking Search Committee,
      Artist and Professor of Art
      University of Wisconsin-Madison
      6241 Humanities Building
      455 North Park Street
      Madison, WI 53706
      TEL 608-262-1660
      E-MAIL:

       

      January 30th, 2014 3:53 pm:

      Visiting Assistant Professor – Drawing & Printmaking at Whitman College

      One-year visiting position in Studio Art, with expertise in Drawing and Printmaking, at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning August 2014. M.F.A., significant college-level teaching experience beyond the T.A. required, plus active exhibition/presentation record and knowledge of contemporary theory and practice.

      The successful candidate will offer five courses (2/3). These courses will include Beginning Drawing, Intermediate/Advanced Drawing, Beginning Printmaking, and a Foundations course within their area. Fluency in 2-D digital media is especially desirable. The successful candidate will bring a sophisticated understanding of art’s value and practice within a liberal arts curriculum. Whitman students are encouraged to gain fluency in a wide variety of media, to think in a trans disciplinary idiom, and to explore technically and theoretically driven approaches in their art making.

      The Art Department is housed in a 35,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility. Current areas of specialization include Drawing, Painting, Ceramics, Sculpture, Photography, Printmaking, and Digital/New Genres. The candidate must work within the parameters of current health and safety standards.

      All applications must include the following materials: letter of application; artist’s statement; 20 images of personal work and 20 images of student work; a statement addressing the candidate’s teaching interests; curriculum vitae; three letters of reference; graduate transcripts; and teaching evaluations or other evidence of demonstrated or potential excellence in undergraduate instruction. The application should address the candidate’s interest in working at a liberal arts college with undergraduates, majors as well as non-majors, at all levels of instruction. In addition, because Whitman College is committed to cultivating a diverse learning community, the applicant should explain how his or her pedagogy will serve to create and sustain an inclusive learning environment.

      To apply, go to https://whitmanhr.simplehire.com/, click “Faculty” and “Visiting Assistant Professor of Art (Drawing & Printmaking)”. Deadline: Review of applications will begin on March 7, 2013 and continue until the position is filled. No applicant shall be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, gender, religion, age, marital status, national origin, disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other basis prohibited by applicable federal, state, or local law. For additional information about Whitman College and the Walla Walla area, see http://www.whitman.edu and http://www.wallawalla.org.

       

      February 3rd, 2014 12:56 pm:

      Island Press offers summer internship opportunities for students and artists interested in print collaboration and arts administration. Island Press is part of the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

      Internship dates
      June 1 – July 31, 2014

      Application deadline
      February 28, 2014

      Compensation
      Internships are unpaid, but interns will receive an honorarium of $1000 to help offset living expenses.

      Description
      Summer interns for 2014 will work as assistant printers, editioning projects by past visiting artists including Lisa Sanditz, Shaun O’Dell, and Ann Hamilton, as well as perform administrative duties related to the operation of the press. Interns work under the supervision of Tom Reed, master printer, and Lisa Bulawsky, director.

      For more info, please visit:
      http://islandpress.samfoxschool.wustl.edu/ or email islandpress@wustl.edu.

       

      September 22nd, 2014 3:18 pm:

      Highpoint Center for Printmaking in Minneapolis, Minnesota is seeking a full-time Senior Printer to work with Artistic Director/Master Printer, Senior Printer, and Studio Manager to prepare and execute projects in all areas of Highpoint’s operation. The main emphasis of their job will be the preparation and printing of Highpoint Editions’ visiting artist publications.

      The Assistant Printer must successfully blend attention to detail, initiative, strong interpersonal and organizational skills, and a high degree of professionalism, while working for a small organization with a wide range of daily activities. Successful applicant will be a dependable, flexible, and organized self-starter and will have grounded knowledge in traditional printmaking processes.

      On a daily basis, the Assistant Printer will be expected to:
      Work closely with, and take direction from the Senior Printer to help complete Highpoint Editions publications. This will entail:
      • Printing, curating, documenting, storing, and shipping of publications at the highest standards;
      • The professional preparation of materials such as printing matrices, inks, paper, etc;
      • Helping clean, organize, and maintain the professional studio;
      • Assisting in the orientation and training of new studio interns;
      • Act as a representative of Highpoint and conduct all work relationships in a professional manner.

      On a regular basis, the Assistant Printer will be expected to:
      • Assist with the day-to-day studio operations of Highpoint Editions
      • Assist with other projects as needed
      • Assist with special events.

      For more information and to apply, please visit Highpoint’s website: http://highpointprintmaking.org/about-highpoint/opportunities/job-postings/

      Application deadline is October 10, 2014.

       

      October 7th, 2014 12:41 pm:

      Part-Time, Non-Tenure Track Position Available

      Visiting Instructor:
      PRINTMAKING and
      STUDIO ARTS PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE/SENIOR EXHIBITION

      Patti and Rusty Rueff School of Visual and Performing Arts
      Department of Art and Design
      Purdue University

      Contract is from January 5, 2015 – May 17, 2015.
      MFA in Printmaking is required with expertise in Lithography especially. Applicant’s areas of instruction will include teaching two courses as follows: one combined course in Printmaking, including Lithographic Printmaking, Photo Silkscreen, and Printmaking III (Advanced Lithography and/or Advanced Etching and/or Mixed Print Media) and one course in Studio Arts Professional Practice/Senior Exhibition (for art majors at the senior level). Responsibilities include Print Studio management and maintenance, as well as mentoring students and related duties. Knowledge of health and safety practices in Printmaking and Fine Arts required.

      Send letter of application, résumé, and three references to
      Star Brown
      star@purdue.edu
      PAO Hall
      552 West Wood Street
      West Lafayette, IN 47907-2002

      Review of applications will begin November 1, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.

      Position is subject to student enrollment and funding approval.
      Background check is required for employment in this position.

      Purdue University is an EEO/AA employer. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.

       

      October 10th, 2014 2:00 pm:

      Part-Time, Non-Tenure Track Position Available

      Visiting Instructor:
      PRINTMAKING and
      STUDIO ARTS PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE/SENIOR EXHIBITION

      Patti and Rusty Rueff School of Visual and Performing Arts
      Department of Art and Design
      Purdue University

      Contract is from January 5, 2015 – May 17, 2015.
      MFA in Printmaking is required with expertise in Lithography especially. Applicant’s areas of instruction will include teaching two courses as follows: one combined course in Printmaking, including Lithographic Printmaking, Photo Silkscreen, and Printmaking III (Advanced Lithography and/or Advanced Etching and/or Mixed Print Media) and one course in Studio Arts Professional Practice/Senior Exhibition (for art majors at the senior level). Responsibilities include Print Studio management and maintenance, as well as mentoring students and related duties. Knowledge of health and safety practices in Printmaking and Fine Arts required.

      Send letter of application, résumé, and three references to
      Star Brown
      star@purdue.edu
      PAO Hall
      552 West Wood Street
      West Lafayette, IN 47907-2002

      Review of applications will begin November 1, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.

      Position is subject to student enrollment and funding approval.
      Background check is required for employment in this position.

      Purdue University is an EEO/AA employer. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.

       

      October 20th, 2014 8:52 am:

      The Department of Fine Arts / Hite Art Institute of the University of Louisville seeks applicants for a full-time, tenure track-position in printmaking starting in the 2015-16 academic year.
      The Department of Fine Arts and Hite Art Institute seeks candidates with a record of studio practice that embraces image-making research and an affinity for teaching. The teaching philosophy of applicants should reflect a balance between technical/skill development and conceptual development, including theory and experimentation in printmaking media and related disciplines. The ideal candidate should be capable of teaching courses within the present curriculum while envisioning the printmaking program’s future direction as well as contributing to the mission of the department as a whole. Starting rank of Assistant Professor with commensurate salary.
      Responsibilities: The successful candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate students, and advise and mentor BFA and MFA candidates. In addition to teaching five classes within an academic year, faculty are expected to maintain a record of professional and creative activity. Candidates must be willing and interested in supervising and maintaining the print studios, including operating an environmentally safe facility. The successful candidate is expected to be a good colleague and civic-minded, as demonstrated by their participation in the governance and service duties of the department, college and university.
      Qualifications: MFA or terminal degree with a minimum of three years teaching experience at the college level preferred. The ideal candidate will have a strong exhibition record and history of engagement in the aesthetic, intellectual and technical processes within the field of printmaking.
      The Program: The printmaking program offers undergraduate and graduate courses in a comprehensive range of print media, including intaglio, relief, screen printing, lithography and artists’ books. The Hite Art Institute, the Department of Fine Arts at the University of Louisville is one of the most comprehensive art programs in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, comprising curatorial studies, studio areas, and art history and offering BA, BFA, MA, MFA and PhD degrees. For more information about the Hite Art Institute, see our website at http://louisville.edu/art.
      Applications must include: (1) letter of application addressing creative research and teaching interests, (2) curriculum vita, (3) artist’s statement, (4) statement of teaching philosophy, (5) portfolio of 20 examples of the applicant’s work, and 20 examples of students’ work in CD/DVD form. Each applicant must also supply contact information for three references, with professional titles, mailing addresses, and e-mail addresses. A sample syllabus from a printmaking course may be included as a supplement. No materials will be returned to applicants unless specifically requested and SASE provided for their return. All applicants must also apply online at http://www.lousiville.edu/jobs, Job ID#31071. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
      Address application materials to: Printmaking Search Committee, Department of Fine Arts, The Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292. Position open until filled, for first consideration applications must be received by January 9, 2015. Position begins July 1, 2015
      The University of Louisville is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, Americans with Disabilities Employer, committed to diversity and in that spirit, seeks applications from a broad variety of candidates.

       

      October 21st, 2014 11:27 am:

      The Department of Fine Arts / Hite Art Institute of the University of Louisville seeks applicants for a full-time, tenure track-position in printmaking starting in the 2015-16 academic year.
      The Department of Fine Arts and Hite Art Institute seeks candidates with a record of studio practice that embraces image-making research and an affinity for teaching. The teaching philosophy of applicants should reflect a balance between technical/skill development and conceptual development, including theory and experimentation in printmaking media and related disciplines. The ideal candidate should be capable of teaching courses within the present curriculum while envisioning the printmaking program’s future direction as well as contributing to the mission of the department as a whole. Starting rank of Assistant Professor with commensurate salary.
      Responsibilities: The successful candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate students, and advise and mentor BFA and MFA candidates. In addition to teaching five classes within an academic year, faculty are expected to maintain a record of professional and creative activity. Candidates must be willing and interested in supervising and maintaining the print studios, including operating an environmentally safe facility. The successful candidate is expected to be a good colleague and civic-minded, as demonstrated by their participation in the governance and service duties of the department, college and university.
      Qualifications: MFA or terminal degree with a minimum of three years teaching experience at the college level preferred. The ideal candidate will have a strong exhibition record and history of engagement in the aesthetic, intellectual and technical processes within the field of printmaking.
      The Program: The printmaking program offers undergraduate and graduate courses in a comprehensive range of print media, including intaglio, relief, screen printing, lithography and artists’ books. The Hite Art Institute, the Department of Fine Arts at the University of Louisville is one of the most comprehensive art programs in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, comprising curatorial studies, studio areas, and art history and offering BA, BFA, MA, MFA and PhD degrees. For more information about the Hite Art Institute, see our website at http://louisville.edu/art.
      Applications must include: (1) letter of application addressing creative research and teaching interests, (2) curriculum vita, (3) artist’s statement, (4) statement of teaching philosophy, (5) portfolio of 20 examples of the applicant’s work, and 20 examples of students’ work in CD/DVD form. Each applicant must also supply contact information for three references, with professional titles, mailing addresses, and e-mail addresses. A sample syllabus from a printmaking course may be included as a supplement. No materials will be returned to applicants unless specifically requested and SASE provided for their return. All applicants must also apply online at http://www.lousiville.edu/jobs, Job ID#31071. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
      Address application materials to: Printmaking Search Committee, Department of Fine Arts, The Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292. Position open until filled, for first consideration applications must be received by January 9, 2015. Position begins July 1, 2015
      The University of Louisville is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, Americans with Disabilities Employer, committed to diversity and in that spirit, seeks applications from a broad variety of candidates.

       

      October 21st, 2014 6:24 pm:

      California State University, Stanislaus

      FULL-TIME TENURE TRACK, GRAPHIC ARTS – PRINTMAKING

      The Department of Art invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor. The individual appointed to this position will teach both lower and upper division courses in the area of Printmaking. The department is seeking a teacher who combines technical expertise with a broad creative outlook and who conceives of printmaking as supporting and being supported by other areas of studio practice. This is an academic year appointment, beginning in Fall 2015. Priority screening of applications will begin October 24, 2014 and will remain open until filled.

      To see a full job description and to apply for this position, please visit our website: https://www.csustan.edu/fa/faculty-employment-opportunities

       

      October 22nd, 2014 9:37 am:

      CLEMSON UNIVERSITY is seeking a full time tenure-track position in Printmaking at the rank of Assistant Professor. Salary commensurate with experience. Starting date is August 15, 2015. MFA with emphasis in Printmaking. Two to three years of professional or university teaching experience beyond graduate school. Applicant must have an active professional exhibition record demonstrating regional and national recognition. The primary responsibility of this Printmaking Position involves the creation and implementation of Printmaking curriculum from undergraduate through graduate instruction. Must possess robust knowledge of technique, theory, and history of Printmaking, as well as full knowledge of current health and safety practices. The ideal candidate would demonstrate through their portfolio and CV that they are conversant in both traditional and contemporary practices in Art and Printmaking. A continued intensive creative/research agenda in one’s discipline, projected towards a national level along with service to the department, college, and university community is expected. Competence in professional print production, emerging technical and digital applications and an interest in collaborating with other disciplines would be a benefit.

      Review of applications will begin January 4, 2015, and will continue until position is filled.

      Interviews at CAA may be considered. Candidates should submit:

      • a letter of application;
      • curriculum vitae (CV);
      • artist statement;
      • statement of teaching philosophy;
      • evidence of research/creative activity
      o digital portfolio of 20-30 examples of own work) and
      o documentation of students’ work on a CD –

      Submit digital portfolio and student work in two single PDFs, each at 150 dpi, high quality, approximately 20 MB. Title PDFs as Lastname_Firstname_Portfolio and Lastname_Firstname_StudentWork.

      DO NOT USE ADHESIVE LABELS ON CDS;

      o corresponding image list with title, dimensions, media and year;
      o contact information for three letters of recommendation and
      o SASE.

      Please submit materials to:

      Professor Kathleen Thum
      Printmaking Search Committee Chair
      Department of Art
      Box 340509 Clemson University
      Clemson. SC 29634-0509

       

      October 22nd, 2014 1:57 pm:

      VCU Assistant Professor of Printmedia

      The VCUarts Department of Painting + Printmaking (arts.vcu.edu/paintingprintmaking/) is seeking an innovative and flexible artist and teacher with a broad intellectual approach to engaging research and practice of contemporary printmedia, underpinned by art historical knowledge of printmaking. Preferred candidate will have in-depth knowledge of lithography and the ability to connect printmedia in the expanded field.

      Teaching responsibilities will focus on printmedia— a broad intellectual approach to engaging research and practice of contemporary printmedia, underpinned by art historical knowledge of printmaking. Faculty member will have in-depth knowledge of lithography and the ability to connect printmedia in the expanded field.

      This junior-level 9-month tenure-track faculty position will have teaching responsibilities that support the curriculum of the program and could include undergraduate and graduate courses each semester in the faculty member’s area of expertise. Courses taught will change as demand requires and will be at the discretion of the Chair. The faculty member’s creative research responsibilities will entail growing and maintaining an established research agenda that is consistent with and supports the mission and initiatives of the department, school and university. The faculty member’s research agenda must have clear potential for external funding, as well as potential for scholarship or creative expression that will complement and expand the existing expertise in the department. The faculty member will serve on departmental, college, and/or university committees as necessary, as well as in a professional capacity in their field. The faculty member could have additional responsibilities which could include academic advising, mentoring graduate and/or undergraduate students, coordinating student activities, overseeing undergraduate studies, overseeing a department program and/or lab, and supporting accreditation and curriculum development. The faculty member will be committed to working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment as a faculty member at VCU.

      Required Qualifications
      -MFA
      -Demonstrated experience equivalent to 2 years full time teaching beyond graduate teaching at the university-level.
      -Evidence of a strong scholarly/exhibition record that will lead to promotion and tenure at a research institution.
      -Evidence of a strong studio practice/portfolio.
      -Evidence of effective teaching/strong student work.
      -Demonstrated knowledge of both current contemporary practices in printmaking as well as traditional methodologies, e.g. lithography, photolithography, monotypes, etching, etc.
      -Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills.
      -Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU.

      To read the full position announcement: https://www.vcujobs.com/postings/39284

      To learn more about VCUarts, visit: http://arts.vcu.edu

       

      October 22nd, 2014 5:26 pm:

      Lecturer of Studio Art

      Loyola University Chicago, Department of Fine and Performing Art seeks candidates for a full time 3-year renewable position at the rank of Lecturer for academic year 2015-16

      Preferred qualifications MFA with a major emphasis in Drawing and Printmaking.

      A full job announcement is available through Loyola University Chicago Human HR

      All submissions are through http://www.careers.luc.edu
      • letter of interest
      • Curriculum Vitae
      • statement of teaching philosophy
      • artist statement of purpose
      • the names and contact information for three references
      • electronic portfolio, preferably a link to a website containing 20 examples of personal work and 20 examples of student work (If you do not have a website, then submit to separate pdf files, each no more than 5Mb)

      Review of Applications begins November 30th, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled.

       

      November 3rd, 2014 7:20 pm:

      Assistant Professor, Book Arts
      School of Art

      Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
      Arizona State University

      The School of Art in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State
      University seeks an Assistant Professor in Book Arts for a tenure track position.

      Deadline is December 23, 2014; if not filled, every two weeks thereafter until search is closed.

      For the complete position description and application information, visit
      http://herbergerinstitute.asu.edu/faculty/employment_faculty.php

      Arizona State University is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. See ASU’s complete non-discrimination statement at https://asu.edu/aad/manuals/acd/acd401.html See ASU’s Title IX policy at https://www.asu.edu/titleIX/

       

      November 4th, 2014 1:13 pm:

      Assistant Professor of Fine Art – Printmaking

      The IU Southeast Fine Art Program invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of Fine Art, in Printmaking beginning Fall 2015. Salary commensurate with experience.

      Printmaking is one of five studio areas of study in a Fine Art program that includes: Drawing, Painting, Ceramics, and Graphic Design. We offer a BA in Studio Arts, a BA with a Concentration in Art History, and a BFA degree with concentrations in each of the five areas. With over 200 fine art majors and 18 full and part-time faculty, the program is one of the largest on campus.

      Minimum Qualifications:
      An MFA degree in the discipline and the ability to teach beginning through advanced level courses in Printmaking.

      Preferred Qualifications:

      • College-level teaching experience beyond graduate school.
      • Commitment to undergraduate education in the liberal arts.
      • Demonstrated record of professional and creative activity in the field.
      • Ability to teach both traditional and contemporary printmaking, including digital print processes.
      • Strong conceptual and technical background in printmaking.
      • Competency in and ability to teach foundations courses.
      • Experience maintaining and upgrading a printmaking studio, and the ability to work within the parameters of current health and safety standards.
      • Thorough knowledge of art history, cultural studies, and contemporary critical theory in printmaking.

      Responsibilities:
      Candidate will be expected to manage and develop curriculum that aligns with current practices in the field. Candidates must have the ability to provide individualized guidance to BFA students in the discipline. The Fine Art Program faculty often work collaboratively, therefore, it is expected that the candidate have the ability to work well with others on cross-disciplinary topics.

      Participation in Fine Art Program committees and other School and Campus related responsibilities are expected. In addition to teaching and service, the candidate is expected to maintain an active role in the field through research and creative activity.

      To apply:

      Please submit the following materials to the IU Southeast Fine Art Program https://iusfinearts.slideroom.com/

      • Letter of application
      • Artist statement and Teaching Philosophy (compiled into one .PDF file)
      • Curriculum vitae, including contact information for three references
      • 20 images of professional work with image descriptions, all images should be compiled into one PDF document (maximum file size 10 MB)
      • 10-20 images of student work, all images should be compiled into one PDF document (maximum file size 10 MB)

      Deadline for applications is January 23rd, or until position is filled.

      IU Southeast serves Southern Indiana and the Greater Louisville metropolitan area. It is one of eight degree-granting campuses constituting Indiana University and is located only 15 minutes from downtown Louisville. With an enrollment of approximately 7000 students, IU Southeast offers more than 50 graduate, undergraduate, and associate degree programs. Through a reciprocity agreement, students who reside in the six Kentucky counties contiguous to IU Southeast (including the city and metro areas of Louisville) are eligible to attend at in-state tuition rates. The Louisville metro area has a vibrant art and cultural environment. Some of the local museums and galleries include: the Speed Art Museum, 21C Museum Hotel, Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville Visual Art Association, and the Carnegie Center for Art and History.

      Indiana University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. This institution is also a provider of ADA services.

       

      November 17th, 2014 11:27 pm:

      Western Washington University
      Assistant Professor, Print and Digital Media, start date Fall 2015

      DEPARTMENT: Art

      POSITION TITLE AND RANK: Assistant Professor, Print and Digital Media.

      POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Art Department at Western Washington University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor to teach Art Studio courses in Print and Digital Media beginning fall quarter, 2015.

      We are seeking applicants with an MFA or equivalent and a strong exhibition record. Candidates are required to have teaching experience at the university level in print and digital media applications as well as experience managing a print studio. Additional required qualifications include expertise in a wide range of traditional print processes and extensive knowledge of contemporary printmaking and digital media applications.

      Western Washington University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to assembling a diverse, broadly trained faculty and staff. We actively encourage applications from women, minorities, people with disabilities, veterans and individuals of every sexual orientation and we are committed to promoting diversity throughout the institution.

      Review begins January 1, 2015; position will remain open until filled.

      To view a full job description and application process please visit: https://jobs.wwu.edu/JobPosting.aspx?JPID=6242

      To learn more about the Art Department at Western Washington University visit our website at: https://cfpa.wwu.edu/art.

       

      November 20th, 2014 3:06 pm:

      Assistant Professor of Printmaking

      The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey seeks applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Printmaking beginning September 2015.

      MFA and college teaching experience beyond teaching assistant level are required by time of appointment. Candidates must have an active and current exhibition record, demonstrate competency with contemporary and historical issues, drawing, graphic arts, and art history. The ideal candidate will engage students in traditional printmaking methods, a range of global and cultural perspectives as well as digital media. Experience with book arts is desirable. Academic and artistic experience with culturally diverse populations desired, as well as experience with students having varying degrees of artistic preparation.

      Successful candidate will teach courses in all levels of printmaking, related studio arts courses as needed, and in the college’s General Studies program. Teaching load is six four credit courses per year, at least four of which are five-hour studio art courses. Salary range depends on qualifications. Preference will be given to candidates with evidence of excellence in teaching introductory through advanced level printmaking.

      Salary will commensurate with experience.

      Screening of applications begins December 1, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled.

      Application materials should include letter of application, CV, teaching philosophy, three reference letters, twenty sample images of candidate’s artwork with detailed image list, and a single PDF file with twenty samples of student work identified by class assignments. All material should be uploaded to Slideroom.com at the following URL: http://stocktoncollegevisualart.slideroom.com. Please include the job title and Reference ID #AA355 in the subject line.

      The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey is an equal opportunity institution encouraging a diverse pool of applicants, visit http://www.stockton.edu/affirmative_action. Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the application process should contact Sharon Hunt, Recruitment Manager, at 609-652-4384.

       

      November 25th, 2014 8:14 pm:

      Western Washington University
      Assistant Professor, Print and Digital Media, start date Fall 2015

      DEPARTMENT: Art

      POSITION TITLE AND RANK: Assistant Professor, Print and Digital Media.

      POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Art Department at Western Washington University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor to teach Art Studio courses in Print and Digital Media beginning fall quarter, 2015.

      We are seeking applicants with an MFA or equivalent and a strong exhibition record. Candidates are required to have teaching experience at the university level in print and digital media applications as well as experience managing a print studio. Additional required qualifications include expertise in a wide range of traditional print processes and extensive knowledge of contemporary printmaking and digital media applications.

      Western Washington University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to assembling a diverse, broadly trained faculty and staff. We actively encourage applications from women, minorities, and individuals of every sexual orientation and we are committed to promoting diversity throughout the institution.

      Job posted Oct. 20, 2014
      Closing date: review begins January 1, 2015; position will remain open until filled.

      To view a full job description and application process please visit: https://jobs.wwu.edu/.

      To learn more about the Art Department at Western Washington University visit our website at: https://cfpa.wwu.edu/art.

       

      December 6th, 2014 6:58 pm:

      Printmaking Technician – Fine Arts – Pratt Institute

      POSITION SUMMARY

      Under moderate supervision and with moderate latitude for independent judgement the technician oversees and supervises all printmaking classrooms and facilities for the Fine Arts Department.

      POSITION DUTIES

      -Maintain, manage and improve printshop as a clean, functional, well- organized and safe working environment.
      -Assist instructors in EPA compliance and technical aspects of shop policy. Train all new faculty in EPA compliance and shop policy.
      -Communicate with Facilities Management regarding electric, plumbing and structural repairs to the shop.
      -Communicate with EPA consultant regarding changes in EPA policy, questions with proper hazardous waste disposal and emergency protocol logistics.
      -Assist students with questions regarding print processes executed in the shop, including but not limited to: Lithography (Stone, Photo Plate, Ball Grained Plate and Pronto Plate): Intaglio (Line Etch, Aquatint, Sugar Lift, Image-On, Soft Ground Processes): Screenprint, Relief Printing (Wood Block, Linoleum, Collagraph); Letterpress (Typesetting, Polymer Plate Making, Pressure Printing); and Digital Printing (Film Output, Halftone Conversion, Large Format Photo Output).
      -Hire, schedule, supervise and train work study and graduate assistants in the Printmaking Department. Maintain and track work study budget.
      -Maintain inventory of shop materials, and research and procure materials for instructors as requested. Purchase and keep records of all materials used in the printshop. Replace lost and damaged tools and supplies as needed.
      -Maintain good financial standing with all vendors by ensuring that bills are paid on time. Aid communication between the Pratt Accounting Department and specialty vendors, (Graphic Chemical, Letterpress Things, Boxcar Press, Victory Factory, etc.)
      -Work with technicians in the digital output lab regarding proper film output. Instruct faculty and students regarding proper film output protocol.
      -Maintain all equipment and make repairs when needed. Locate and contact outside technical assistance when necessary. Equipment includes: Nu Arc TriLight Exposure Unit, Nu Arc Flip-top Exposure Unit, Ideal Platemaker, Vandercook Universal 3 Printing Press, Vandercook No 4 Printing Press, Vandercook No 1 Proofing Press, Chandler & Price Platen Press, Kranzel 2000 Pressure Washer, Kranzel 1622 Pressure Washer, Charles Brand Litho Press(es), Charles Brand Relief Press(es), Laser Cutter and various power tools.
      -Train students, faculty and staff on use of new equipment and procedures.
      -Work cooperatively with instructors in support of their courses (i.e., help set up for classes; help identify and select appropriate materials; and obtain materials at various locations, which involves occasional off campus trips to vendors).
      -Build equipment and furniture as needed in support of curriculum.
      -Rig and move presses as needed.
      -Make arrangements for procuring, rigging and relocating donated equipment.
      -Report any hazardous and dangerous conditions or accidents in the shops; ensure that proper actions are taken to correct these conditions.
      -Research and plan improvements for the print facilities to be executed during summer recess.
      -Research, procure and test new and/or non-toxic printmaking methods and materials.
      -Maintain classrooms and studios, including end of semester clean-up, painting, etc.
      -Perform all other related duties as required.

      This is a Grade AA Local 153 union position with a minimum salary of $39,275.67

      EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

      Education:

      A BFA is required.

      Experience:

      Applicants must have a minimum of five years’ shop tech experience in a higher education institution or independent print studio. Knowledge of Lithography (photo plate, stone and pronto plate), Intaglio, Relief, Letterpress, Screenprint, digital film output, and large format digital printmaking is required. Background in art and design and sensitivity to art and design issues from an aesthetic and practical standpoint is also required. Teaching experience in higher education a plus.

      Skills:

      -Must have knowledge of print processes, equipment, materials, shop safety and EPA standards.
      -Knowledge of common computer software: the Creative Suite (specifically Illustrator and Photoshop) for film output, large format printing and use of a laser cutter also required.
      -Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with faculty, technicians and students; and to organize, manage, and multi-task in a dynamic work environment essential.

      TO APPLY

      Please submit a resume and cover letter along with the names and contact information for three professional references.

      PRATT INSTITUTE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND RECOGNIZES AND VALUES THE BENEFITS OF A DIVERSE WORKFORCE

       

      December 6th, 2014 7:32 pm:

      Printmaking Technician – Fine Arts – Pratt Institute

      We seek a technician to oversee and supervise our printmaking classrooms and facilities.

      A BFA is required. Applicants must have a minimum of five years’ shop tech experience in a higher education institution or independent print studio. Knowledge of Lithography (photo plate, stone and pronto plate), Intaglio, Relief, Letterpress, Screenprint, digital film output, and large format digital printmaking is required. Background in art and design and sensitivity to art and design issues from an aesthetic and practical standpoint is also required. Teaching experience in higher education a plus.

      We also require knowledge of print processes, equipment, materials, shop safety and EPA standards;
      knowledge of common computer software: the Creative Suite (specifically Illustrator and Photoshop) for film output, large format printing and use of a laser cutter also required. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with faculty, technicians and students; and to organize, manage, and multi-task in a dynamic work environment also essential.

      For a complete position description, requirements, and to apply, please visit our website at http://tinyurl.com/ospwh9v

      Pratt Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Recognizes and Values the Benefits of a Diverse Workforce.

       

      December 8th, 2014 10:03 am:

      CLEMSON UNIVERSITY is seeking a full time tenure-track position in Printmaking at the rank of Assistant Professor. Salary commensurate with experience. Starting date is August 15, 2015. MFA with emphasis in Printmaking. Two to three years of professional or university teaching experience beyond graduate school. Applicant must have an active professional exhibition record demonstrating regional and national recognition. The primary responsibility of this Printmaking Position involves the creation and implementation of Printmaking curriculum from undergraduate through graduate instruction. Must possess robust knowledge of technique, theory, and history of Printmaking, as well as full knowledge of current health and safety practices. A continued intensive creative/research agenda is required. Competence in professional print production, emerging technical and digital applications and an interest in collaborating with other disciplines would be a benefit.

      Review of applications will begin January 4, 2015,
      Interviews at CAA may be considered. Candidates should submit:
      • a letter of application;
      • curriculum vitae (CV);
      • artist statement;
      • statement of teaching philosophy;
      o digital portfolio of 20-30 examples of own work) and
      o documentation of students’ work on a CD –
      o contact information for three letters of recommendation and
      o SASE.

      Please submit materials to:
      Professor Kathleen Thum
      Printmaking Search Committee Chair
      Department of Art
      Box 340509 Clemson University
      Clemson. SC 29634-0509

       

      December 17th, 2014 12:27 pm:

      Assistant Professor in Printmaking

      University of Central Arkansas

      The Position: The Department of Art invites applications for an Assistant Professor in Printmaking for a tenure-track appointment to begin August 2015. Responsibilities include teaching three studio courses in printmaking, foundation drawing, or design per semester, as well as directing advanced undergraduate research. Other duties include advising, committee work, and service. Candidates are expected to be active in the profession.

      The Department of Art in UCA’s College of Fine Arts and Communication offers the BFA in Studio Art with emphases in ceramics, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture and the BA in Art with emphases in art history, art education, and fine art. The department has approximately 170 art majors, fourteen full-time and five part-time faculty, an active visiting artist program, and endowed scholarship funds of over one million dollars. The university is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).

      Qualifications: Qualified candidates should have an MFA in Studio Art with an emphasis in Printmaking (MFA in Printmaking preferred); experiences teaching both traditional and alternative processes, as well as teaching foundation courses; a preference for working with non-toxic processes; an ability to guide students technically and conceptually; and a professionally active record of achievement. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.

      The University:
      Founded in 1907, the University of Central Arkansas (UCA) has an enrollment of approximately 11,700 students. UCA offers more than 87 undergraduate and 58 graduate certificate and degree programs, including doctoral programs in five disciplines. The student body consistently scores above the national average on the ACT exam. UCA is proud of its tradition of teaching excellence and its contributions in scholarship and creative activities. The campus is widely acclaimed for its beauty.

      The Community:
      UCA is located in Conway, Arkansas, a thriving city of approximately 60,000 in central Arkansas, and thirty minutes from Little Rock. Conway is home to several major industries, two private colleges, an excellent public school system, and strong private K12 schools. Residents have easy access to the Ouachita and Ozark National forests and pristine wildlife areas near the Buffalo National River.

      Application Procedure: Apply online at http://jobs.uca.edu. Candidates should upload the following as individual documents:
      1) a cover letter describing qualifications and experience;
      2) curriculum vitae;
      3) statement of teaching philosophy;
      4) a single PDF (not to exceed 9MB) with up to 20 examples of personal work and including an image list (upload under “Portfolio/Supplemental Materials”);
      5) a single PDF (not to exceed 9MB) with up to 20 examples of student work and including an image list (upload under “Other Documents 1”);
      6) an artist statement (upload under “Other Documents 2”); and
      7) names, addresses, e-mail addresses, and phone numbers of three references (upload under “Other Documents 3”). Please use Mozilla Firefox to upload these documents.

      For additional information, contact:
      Dr. Jeff Young, Chair
      Department of Art
      (501) 450-3113
      jyoung@uca.edu

      Review process begins January 12, 2015 and continues until the position is filled.

      The University of Central Arkansas is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

       

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