Job Opportunity: Massachusetts College of Art. Contemporary Media Artist
CONTEMPORARY MEDIA ARTIST
Massachusetts College of Art
Established in 1873, Massachusetts College of Art (MassArt) was the first and
remains the only freestanding public college of art and design in the US.
The college is nationally known for offering broad access to a quality professional
arts education, accompanied by a strong general education in the liberal arts.
A major cultural force in Boston, MassArt offers public programs of innovative
exhibitions, lectures and events.
The Studio For Interrelated Media (SIM) program within the Media and Performing
Arts Department is seeking a highly motivated Contemporary Media Artist for a
full-time, tenure track position beginning Fall, 2005.
SIM is a multimedia program with a strong emphasis on critique and conceptual
foundations. The SIM curriculum is built upon a Major Studio class comprising
weekly student-run presentations and productions where students select, schedule
and technically support their colleagues' presentations; as well as idea-centered
art-making; team teaching; and individualized advising. Students work in all media,
with a concentration on interdisciplinary practice and innovative technologies.
for more information.
Applicants should possess appropriate experience and commitment to teaching and
advising a diverse student body, a strong portfolio, and multi-disciplinary knowledge
(including some combination of the following - interactive media, video, sound,
live performance, installation). Experience with web-based applications and/or
computer programming a plus. Applicants should have a demonstrated vision for
century Art-making. Experience with team teaching is essential. Position includes
administrative and departmental responsibilities. MFA or equivalent degree
Review of applications will begin December 1, 2004. Position open until filled.
Send letter, CV, and statement of teaching philosophy to:
SIM Search Committee
Massachusetts College of Art
621 Huntington Ave.
Boston MA 02115
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The Massachusetts College of Art is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Members of underrepresented groups and those committed to working in a diverse
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The Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore Maryland) Digital Media Center (DMC) seeks
Please view the official job description for job number 17899 and apply online
The DMC is a non-academic lab located on the Hopkins Homewood campus in the Mattin
Arts Center. In addition to supporting students in their use of multimedia
technology we develop extra-curricular programs that provide opportunities to
integrate art and science. Please view our web site at http://digitalmedia.jhu.edu.
per week professional position has full benefits and the salary is enough to cover
basic expenses in Baltimore leaving the artist enough free time and flexibility
to pursue their own creative projects. Baltimore has a growing contemporary
General Job Description:
Set-up and maintenance of digital video equipment, instruct students in the use
of digital video and multimedia hardware and software, conduct non-credit workshops
and organize special projects and events. This 28-hour per week position (with
full benefits) requires some evening and weekend hours.
Related college courses and 4-5 years experience (Bachelor's or Master's with
emphasis in multimedia preferred and may be substituted for some experience);
proven work experience and excellent knowledge of digital video hardware and software,
cameras, lighting, audio-recording, script writing, project management and planning,
video editing and output such as printing, CD, DVD, and streamed media. Familiarity
with animation, 3-D modeling and graphic design software such as Flash, After
Effects, InDesign, Quark, 3-D Studio, Maya. Troubleshooting and system-level
knowledge of both Macs and PCs a must. Need to be able to learn new information
quickly; possess strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability
to work with artists' technicians and to assist students in the creation of inter-disciplinary
multi-media works or art. This position requires some evening and weekend hours
and must be available for "on-call" duties for lab monitors. The
successful candidate will be outgoing, comfortable speaking in public, and able
to promote the Digital Media Center and our programs.
If you are interested in this position please apply online at
School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture
Research Fellow in Fine Art (Digital Media Art)
Fixed Term to 31st December 2007
£21,640 per annum
You will establish, develop and run a research unit for digital media art housed
within the area of Fine Art. It is expected that this will involve a programme
of research/professional practice activity with researchers/artists of national
and international standing.
The research unit will have a focus on co-operative opportunities from within
Art and Design and will also seek to work collaboratively with other institutions
and artists in the UK and abroad.
You will also be expected to carry out personal research within the context
of the unit and to contribute to the teaching of Fine Art (2 days per
week at undergraduate and/or postgraduate levels).
For enquiries please contact Eric Bainbridge, tel: (0191) 515 3772 or
Ref No: ADR001/01
The University of Sunderland application form and Role Profile for these posts
can be obtained by contacting the Human Resources Department on 0191 515 2057
Closing Date: 12th November 2004