The IU Southeast Ceramics Area is seeking an outstanding artist/educator for a yearlong Resident Artist position at the rank of Adjunct Faculty beginning August 2016. We are looking for someone who can be an active presence in the Ceramics studio and work alongside the other faculty and students in our program.
Deadline for applications: Friday, April 1st.
Find out more information at https://claybucket.com/resident-artist-opportunity-at-iu-southeast-ceramics/The position requires an active exhibition record and competence in a wide range of ceramic processes/techniques. The person hired will teach one beginning ceramics course each semester and work in the studio as needed to help with the basic operations of the IU Southeast Ceramics area. Teaching an additional 3D design course each semester may be an option for the hired person depending on course availability and qualifications.
All clay, glazes, and firing will be provided within reason. A 90 sq. ft. studio in the ceramics area with a locking door will be provided along with 24/7 building access. Additionally, an NCECA conference pass will be provided to the person hired.
MFA degree required. An active current professional practice and exhibition record is also required.
please email one PDF file containing a letter of application, artist statement, teaching philosophy, CV, 20 images of professional work, 10 images of student work with an annotated image list, and contact information for three references, to:
Brian Harper, Associate Professor of Fine Art and Ceramics Area Head, firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications is April 1st, or until position is filled.
** Any questions may be directed to Brian Harper at email@example.com