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Assistant Professor in Expanded Print, Tenure Track

The Department of Art & Design of the Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor in Expanded Print. The candidate should have an interdisciplinary practice in expanded print, which include animation, installation, media, drawing, producing multiples, or photography along with print. The candidate should also have a demonstrated commitment to teaching, the potential for academic leadership, and the ability to work well in an interdisciplinary arts environment. The candidate should be active in his or her field, with a significant record of professional achievement, a broad knowledge of contemporary art and print, and an interest in developing cross-disciplinary curriculum within a large, diverse, public research university.

The Department of Art & Design offers a full complement of printmaking media, including etching, relief, silkscreen, lithography, letterpress, papermaking and artists books, as well as photography, media, sculpture, drawing, painting and design.


Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate studio and seminar classes at all levels; developing the print curriculum; assisting in student recruitment; mentoring graduate teaching assistants; serving on departmental and university committees; and maintaining professional artistic activity and/or scholarly research.


MFA in Art or equivalent
National and/or international profile
Minimum of three years teaching experience in teaching Print and expanded print practices at the university level
Extensive knowledge of various print media and other disciplines
Knowledge of contemporary art theory and art history

Starting Date: July 2019

Application Deadline: November 1, 2018 (Applications will be received and reviewed until position is filled)

Applications must include the following:

- Cover letter
- Teaching philosophy
- Curriculum vitae
- Contact info for three references
- Course syllabi
- Current work
- Student work


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