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Lecturer in Printmaking, Brandeis University

Full-time one year Position for the 2017-2018 academic year in Printmaking at Brandeis University, Department of Fine Arts

The Department of Fine Arts, Brandeis University, invites applications for a one year non renewable interdisciplinary printmaking position. This is a full-time appointment starting at the level of lecturer.

Qualifications: MFA or equivalent experience in printmaking, with college teaching experience beyond the level of teaching assistantships, and an active exhibition record.
This position requires a dynamic approach to printmaking studio processes and materials. We are looking to sustain printmaking as a tradition, but at the same time engage the printmaking studio as an active, interdisciplinary exploration of contemporary practices.

Candidates must be familiar with intaglio, relief printing, silk screen and have a thorough knowledge of contemporary art and art history. Candidates must also be comfortable working with students at the introductory and intermediate levels, as well as be able to teach formal and conceptual skills within a liberal arts university setting. Additional experience in new media, drawing, sculpture, or non toxic printmaking practices is desired.

The Fine Arts Department is searching for a colleague who will participate in the department and oversee the print shop of the Fine Arts Department. This position will carry a teaching load of three printmaking courses and two additional courses in either drawing, sculpture, or new media in addition to maintaining the upkeep and safety oversight of the print shop.

Brandeis University is a small competitive research university located in the metropolitan Boston area. The faculty of the Department of Fine Arts is comprised both of artists and art historians. An excellent visiting artists program and the Rose Art Museum are on-campus resources that augment the studio curriculum. Additional information regarding the Fine Arts department and learning goals can be obtained from the departmental website:

Applications for consideration must include the following materials:

Cover letter, 15 images and/or video documentation of recent work with corresponding reference sheet in PDF format, 5-10 images of student work also with corresponding reference sheet in PDF format, a C.V. that includes exhibition and teaching experience, a statement of teaching philosophy, the names and contact information for two references.

Materials can be emailed to the following address:

First consideration will be given to applications submitted by June 20th, 2017.

Brandeis University is an equal opportunity employer, committed to building a culturally diverse intellectual community, and strongly encourages applications from women and minority candidates.

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