Indiana University Southeast is now accepting applications for a Resident Artist in Ceramics for the 2017/18 academic year. Deadline for full consideration: April 24th, 2017.
The IU Southeast Ceramics Program provides a a yearlong Resident Artist position at the rank of Adjunct Faculty for an outstanding artist/educator. We look for someone who can be an active presence in the Ceramics studio and work alongside the other faculty and students in our program.
The position requires an active exhibition record and competence in a wide range of ceramic processes/techniques. The person hired teaches one beginning ceramics course each semester and works in the studio as needed to help with the basic operations of the IU Southeast Ceramics area. Teaching additional 3D design courses each semester is often an option, depending on course availability and qualifications.
Clay, glazes, and firing is provided within reason. A 90 sq. ft. studio in the ceramics area with a locking door is provided along with 24/7 building access. Additionally, an NCECA conference pass is provided.