Teach all levels of coursework in the undergraduate and graduate drawing and painting curriculum; emphasize critical decision making and execution throughout the creative process. Active participation within the drawing and painting concentration, and participation in department, college and university service is expected, as is student advising. The standard course load is a 3/2.
The Drawing and Painting concentration provides a comprehensive educational program designed to provide a sound basis of skills and concepts, foster critical thinking, and inspire creativity such that each student may find his or her own aesthetic voice toward the development of a sustainable studio practice. The faculty has high intellectual and technical expectations of the students. There are approximately 200 undergraduate and ten graduate students in the concentration. Drawing and Painting faculty members teach along with lecturers, numerous adjuncts, teaching assistants, and teaching fellows who have diverse approaches to studio practice and critical discourse.
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Minimum Qualifications: MFA in studio art or closely related discipline, in-hand at time of appointment, with an active and distinguished record of creative work appropriate to rank.
Preferred Qualifications: A minimum of one year university-level teaching experience after graduate school.
Area of Specialty: Drawing & Painting
Position Type: Faculty
Tenure Status: Tenure Track
Appointment Basis: 9 Months
Pay Frequency: Monthly
Non-Tenured Appointment Term: No Response
Closing Date: Open Until Search Closed
Review of Applications Begins: 01-05-2017
Required Applicant Documents: Curriculum Vita
List of Names and Contact Information of Three References
Statement of Research Interests
Statement of Teaching Philosophy
Special Instructions to Applicants: Applicants are instructed to submit the following materials via our SlideRoom portal at unt.slideroom.com.
20 examples of professional work
15-20 examples of student work if available