Position: Full-time, nine month, faculty position, 1.5 years (3 semesters, Spring 2019, Fall-Spring 2019-2020
Date of Expected Hire: January 1, 2019
See the complete posting here: http://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/cw/en-us/job/508254/visiting-assistant-professor-in-ceramicssculpture
The University of Florida’s School of Art + Art History (SA+AH) seeks a full-time assistant professor in studio art with expertise in ceramics to contribute to the growth of our vibrant program. We seek a forward-looking educator with strong intellectual, communication, organizational, and leadership skills to contribute to and advance the program through teaching and service. This faculty position will teach undergraduates in ceramics, sculpture and our first year studio foundation course, W.A.R.P. (Workshop in Art Research and Practice) as well as teach graduate students in Ceramics. The ideal candidate will demonstrate an understanding of contemporary art issues, methods, and technologies, and engage questions of culture and community.
Responsibilities: Teach a 3/2-course load at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Actively engage in service to the Ceramics area, the Sculpture area, the School of Art + Art History, the college and the community. The ideal candidate will have a vibrant practice engaged with contemporary ceramics and conversant with contemporary art theory and practice. We seek an innovative artist/educator who can engage students at all levels of undergraduate studio education as well as graduate students in ceramics.