Weekend sale finally over and today I’m busy getting the leftover inventory sorted and photographed so that it’s ready to go up on Etsy asap…still might be a while before that all comes together, but oh well…
Doane College website – http://www.doane.edu
Doane College Crete campus seeks a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Art for fall 2010. Responsibilities include teaching all 3 dimensional art courses including sculpture and ceramics. The art department serves majors, including future teachers, and non-majors in a beautiful, new art facility opened in 2007. The successful candidate will have excellent hand building and throwing skills and possess thorough knowledge of glazing chemistry and the history of ceramics. Knowledge of current trends in sculpture including installations and experience with down draft gas powered kilns as well as a proven exhibition record required. Teaching experience preferred; M.F.A. in studio art essential. Review of applications begins immediately and continues until position is filled. Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, contact information for three references and, 5 photos of current work electronically to Dr. Les Manns, Interim VPAA, AcademicAffairs@doane.edu. Doane College is an equal opportunity employer.
|Assistant Professor of Ceramics|
Accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, the Art Department has over 300 undergraduate majors in degree programs in Art, Art History and Graphic Design. These programs include the Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA). Additionally, undergraduates can elect to minor in art, graphic design, expressive art therapy, museum studies, or arts management. The Department also offers an MA degree in Art and Graphic Design as well as an MAT in Art Education.Requirements:
Preferred Qualifications: Teaching experience at university level
Date of Appointment: August 2010
Send 10-20 examples of personal creative work and 10-20 examples of student work on CD, DVD or slide format directly to Cynthia Clabough, Ceramics Search, SUNY Oswego, Art Department, 125 Tyler Hall, Oswego, NY 13126, include an annotated image list. For return of materials, please include a SASE. For additional information contact Cynthia Clabough at email@example.com.
SUNY Oswego is committed to enhancing its diversity. SUNY Oswego is an Affirmative Action Employer and encourages applications from professionals of color, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans. In accordance with INS regulations, successful applicants must be legally able to work in the United States, per the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.
Marlboro College, a liberal arts institution of 320 students and 39 faculty invites applications for a tenure-track position in Ceramics. Marlboro is noted by the Princeton Review for its academic excellence and commitment to lively classroom discussion between students and faculty. Teaching at Marlboro affords faculty the opportunity to teach and learn broadly as they see fit within their area of expertise.
The successful candidate will teach introductory, intermediate and advanced courses in Ceramics as well as a second subject such as drawing or color, and will support advanced, independent, often cross-disciplinary undergraduate work in a liberal arts setting. Applicants should be solidly grounded in the vessel tradition; should have knowledge of form, function, and design principles; and should also have knowledge of the diverse field of contemporary ceramics. The successful candidate will demonstrate enthusiasm and ability to maintain the studio, kilns, and glazing facility that are a crucial part of the broader visual arts program at Marlboro. Marlboro College is committed to the recruitment of faculty who reflect the diverse and multicultural character of American society. College teaching experience required. MFA recommended.
Send letter that addresses teaching philosophy, CV and list of references to Margaret Hunt, Marlboro College, P.O. Box A, Marlboro, VT 05344.
Interviews will take place at the CAA meeting in February, 2010. Starts September 1, 2010. EOE
Indigo Kingdom tells a theatrical story of the contemporary human impact upon coral reefs. Using a traditional Thai narrative of an imagined kingdom as a foundation from which to create his own personal kingdom, Srivilasa turns ceramic sculpture into a storytelling device – in this exhibition the installation becomes the reinterpretation of an ancient Thai temple plan.
In the same vein, he uses his work to write his own biography. To guide us through the play of references in this complex commentary, Srivilasa calls upon the help of his mermaid alter-ego. The mermaid, like the coral, is the canary in the mine, an indicator of imminent threat. In all, Indigo Kingdom is as much high-camp globalist fantasy as it is a sober reminder of the environmental crisis of the present day.
Anna Pappas Gallery 2-4 Carlton Street Prahan 3181 Australia (03) 8598 9915
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