The Assistant Professor of Art: Drawing/Printmaking is responsible for functions related for teaching a broad range of beginning through advanced media-specific studio topics relevant to Drawing and Printmaking. The instructional load for this position consists of three (studio-lab: 6 hours, credit: 3 hours) courses each semester (fall and spring). Mentoring of advanced students within relative concentrations is expected. The Assistant Professor of Art: Drawing/Printmaking requires the selected candidate to aid in the management and upkeep of the Department of Visual Arts Studio Spaces, securing models for life-drawing, as well as to contribute to the development and implementation of the Visual Arts drawing and printmaking curricula. The selected candidate assumes all responsibilities related to Student Academic Advising, various University Committee Appointments, and Department-University-Community service initiatives while actively pursuing personal research.
Required: Master of Fine Arts degree with qualifications to teach a broad range of media-specific studio topics relevant to drawing and printmaking.
Preferred: M.F.A. in drawing and or printmaking knowledge and teaching experience. Preferred candidate will have 18 graduate level hours in drawing and/or printmaking.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until position is filled.
Application Materials and Contact:
For the application process, applicants should submit:
Letter of Application
Flash drive of images in PPT or PDF format of candidate’s own recent work and that of prior or current students
Accompanying image list
Three Letters of Reference
Please submit the required documents to:
Meghan Fleming, Chair
Department of Visual Arts
McNeese State University
Lake Charles, LA 70609
Voice: (337) 475-5060
Fax: (337) 475-5927
TDD: (337) 562-4227