job posting: St. Olaf College – Art History (Ceramic focus)

St. Olaf College invites applications for a position in ceramics in the
Department of Art and Art History. The department is looking for a
dynamic, innovative artist and educator who can help shape the future of
the studio art program. A full-time teaching load includes three
courses in ceramics and three courses in a secondary area of expertise
other than sculpture, such as drawing, painting, photography, or new
media. Less traditional modes of art practice, including socially or
civically engaged art, are also of interest to the department. In
addition to teaching, responsibilities include overseeing a complete
ceramics studio, ongoing professional/creative work, advising of
students, service on department and college committees, and curriculum
development. 

Application review begins September 15, 2015. 

Applicants must submit application materials online at https://stolaf.hiretouch.com/faculty-postings. A complete application includes:

1. Letter of Application

2. Statement of Teaching Philosophy                  

3. Curriculum Vitae

4. Sample syllabi

5. Work sample (select one of the following to upload as the “Work Sample” document type)

  1. provide a URL or web links for personal work samples and student
    work samples that include titles, media, dimensions, and dates, or
  2. provide a PDF file of your work sample, not exceeding 20 labeled images of personal work and 20 images of student work, and/or a
    5-minute video that showcases your work sample (if you are uploading
    both a PDF and a video, please upload the PDF as the “Work Sample”
    document type and the video as the “Video URL” document type)

After initial rounds of screening, candidates will be required to provide the names and email addresses of three references.

Full details here: https://stolaf.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=32&job=ceramics

Job Posting: Medalta Exhibits & Programme Coordinator

Summary:
This
is a leadership position responsible for exhibiting, organizing,
managing, evaluating, and researching the Historic Clay District’s
extensive artefact collections, which include, but are not limited to,
historic pottery, industrial equipment and contemporary ceramics.  The
Exhibits and Programme Coordinator will oversee the conservation and
preservation of current inventory, as well as the acquisition of
additional artefacts, appropriate to the goals of the District. The
Exhibits and Programme coordinator will be responsible for developing
programs directly related to the public interaction with both the
collection and the museum in general. Additionally the coordinator will
work with the Education Coordinator, specifically to ensure that the
best use is made of all museum resources.
Application deadline: Friday, August 17, 2012