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You can earn a $52,000 annual salary as an Assistant Professor of Studio Art for Dickinson College. This position is located in Carlisle, PA.
- An MFA degree in studio art at the time of appointment.
- Evidence of effective college-level teaching and the ability to create inclusive learning environments for an increasingly diverse student body.
- Ability to teach observational drawing and painting at the intro level with an emphasis on perceptual approaches.
- The ability to teach advanced drawing and painting, addressing a range of technical and conceptual approaches from historical to contemporary practice.
- Proficiency in the formal, perceptual, theoretical, and historical elements of art as related to contemporary practice.
- Excellent communication and leadership skills are essential, as is a dedication to collegial collaboration and to serving the department, institution, and professional field.
Primary responsibilities include teaching a five-course load per academic year, at all levels, to a mix of majors and non-majors. Course load will include drawing and painting, including at least one section of drawing at the intro-level (focus on an observational drawing) per academic year. The position requires the ability to offer additional 2D courses beyond drawing and painting, in either printmaking or digital process. These additional courses can be developed by the candidate based on an area of strength, and reflective of curricular demand. Additionally, full-time faculty members rotate the responsibility of teaching a senior studio art seminar with students working across a range of mediums within a contemporary context. Additional programmatic responsibilities include participating in critiques of senior studio art majors, sharing the coordination of visiting artists, and advising students. After year-two, there will be service expectations at the all college level, including the advising of majors and undeclared students, and possible committee service. Upon tenure, service responsibilities will also include department chairing expectations (a three-year rotation among all tenured faculty members in the Department of Art & Art History).