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Affiliate Assistant Professor of Printmaking, University of Dallas

The University of Dallas is seeking a dynamic and accomplished studio artist and teacher for a full-time, one year visiting position at the affiliate level in the field of Printmaking. The position requires teaching on the undergraduate (BA) level and graduate (MA/MFA) level and service to the department. The successful candidate will teach classes from foundations through graduate and all courses within the printmaking discipline. The candidate will contribute to the strength and energy of the Art Department and the University of Dallas community. The position requires the ability to serve on undergraduate and graduate committees for students in all five department areas. Applicants should desire to work closely with students and be willing to direct the printmaking area. The candidate should have a strong exhibition record, possess knowledge of a wide variety of processes ranging from traditional to experimental, be adept in digital integration within the discipline and show awareness of dialogues in contemporary art.

Experience in managing/overseeing an active printmaking studio is expected. 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 our 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 a wide range of processes, should be made evident.

If you have questions, please email with subject line: Printmaking Faculty Search.


Position begins: August, 2022

Applications should be submitted online and should include the following:

Letter of application
Current Transcripts
Curriculum vitae
20 images of professional work including image identification: title, medium,
dimensions, and date and 20 images of student work include image identification list: title (assignment or class), medium, dimensions, and date

Any digital video work should be limited to 3 minutes
Artist's statement
Statement of teaching philosophy
Names and contact information including email address of three references
Document format: PDF files in one multipage PDF no larger than 4MB.

Priority will be given to applications received by January 30, 2022.

With submitted materials, the candidate must show:

MFA degree with an emphasis in the field of printmaking
Active exhibition record
College-level teaching 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 diverse processes and their application to art production
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 printmaking studio
Ability to maintain area budget
Commitment to both community art activities and individual student mentoring.

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