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Herron School of Art and Design is seeking candidates for a faculty position as either a tenure track Assistant Professor or Lecturer in Ceramics/Digital Ceramics with experience in one or more of the following areas: Contemporary Craft, Architectural and Industrial applications, Installation, Performance, and/or Design. The position will begin August 1, 2019. The candidate should have the ability to teach with Ceramics as a creative and integrative practice and should be able to contribute to shared or intersecting areas of expertise in other areas of the school and campus.
Herron views Ceramics as an evolving creative practice that transcends traditional disciplinary boundaries and is broadly defined by purpose rather than by media alone. Students in the program employ both traditional and state of the art methods and approaches as well as an increasing array of digital and time-based media. They create content with the intent of conveying specific meaning and messages while developing skills for professional practice in the arts, education and industry.
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About Herron School of Art and Design and IUPUI
Herron School of Art and Design is the premier accredited professional art and design school in the state of Indiana. Our history is unique: a 115-year old professional art school, Herron joined Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI) in 1969. IUPUI, a partnership between Indiana and Purdue universities, is Indiana’s urban research and academic health sciences campus. With 30,000 students, IUPUI is a leader in progressive, socially-responsive community engagement. Herron’s Basile Center for Art, Design and Public Life excels in connecting Herron faculty and students with a wide array of regional and community partners. With over 50 full-time faculty and technicians in four academic departments, Herron serves 800+ art and design majors in eleven undergraduate and three graduate programs. In 2005, Herron moved to a new 170,000 square foot, state of the art building located on the IUPUI campus and adjacent to the museums of White River State Park, half a mile from the heart of Downtown Indianapolis. For more information about Herron School of Art and Design visit http://www.herron.iupui
Indianapolis, the third most populous city in the American Midwest, is a metropolitan area of two million people with a vital and growing cultural community. The campus has earned national recognition as a model for urban higher education in the twenty-first century, committed to serving the needs of both traditional and non-traditional students. For more information about IUPUI, visit http://www.iupui.edu
Application Deadline: 12/31/18
Submit application materials at: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/6988
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Applications received by 12/31/18 will receive priority review. Position will remain open until filled. The position will begin in August 2019. Salary is based on experience; IU offers competitive benefits, information about which can be viewed at http://www.indiana.edu/~uhrs/benefits/index.html.
Herron School of Art and Design, IUPUI is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer/Institution. Applications from women and minorities are encouraged. Individuals who require a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in the application process should notify the Assistant to the Dean, Laura Kernodle (firstname.lastname@example.org), well in advance.
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