Academic Position

SMU seeks Assistant Professor of Digital/Hybrid Media

Assistant Professor in Digital/Hybrid Media, position #6569 Division of Art at SMU, Meadows School of the Arts The Division of Art at SMU, Meadows School of the Arts invites nominations and applications for an opportunity to be involved in the shaping of a dynamic interdisciplinary curriculum in Art. The candidate selected will be expected to be a significant partner in connecting the Division to an increasingly diverse and globally connected community at the University and in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. This position will further curricular collaboration with the department of Creative Computing and Lyle School of Engineering. We are interested…

Academic Position

Faculty Position Lecturer in 3D Expanded Media at University of Massachusetts, Lowell

The Art and Design Department in the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences seeks applicants for a Lecturer, in Expanded Media/3-D Design, commencing September 1, 2017. The workload for this position is 60% teaching and 40% service. The successful candidate is expected to teach three classes a semester in Expanded Media/3-D Design and sculpture at the undergraduate level, as well as participate in student advising, curriculum development, senior project reviews, recruitment and outreach. \n\nThe successful candidate will also be expected to keep current with software and fabrication tools, work closely with Studio Manager, provide advice and supervise maintenance…

Academic Position

Assistant Professor of Electronic Art/Digital Foundations at Colorado State University

POSITION SUMMARY The Department of Art & Art History at Colorado State University seeks applicants for a full-time tenure track position in Electronic Art/ Digital Foundations to begin August 16, 2017. We seek an exceptional artist and educator who will join our team of dynamic, creative professionals in studio art, art history, and art education. Creative Research – An active exhibition record and participation in on-going research in the form of scholarly publication, residencies, workshops, awards, or lectures is considered part of a well-rounded research portfolio. Teaching – Teaching duties consist of five studio courses per year (3/2), including digital…

Call for Entries

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Re-Invent Yourself: Cyborg Futures Technology & Art Collaborations

  Open to Artists, Scientists, Designers, Programmers, Engineers, Makers and Technologists Apply to: call2017@cyborgfutures.com Deadline: December 19, 2016 Location: New York City How do you create a new sense or augment those that already exist in order to engender new forms of expression, creativity, and understanding? Cyborg Futures is an open call and collaboration between artists, technologists, designers, engineers, makers, and/or scientists to create and develop technologies that expand human capabilities and perception. Inspiration is drawn from the biosphere, where animals and plants relate through infrasound, radiation, sonar, as well as other forms of augmented realities. Cyborg Futures will team…

Activity, Member News

Call For Board of Directors and Officer Positions, Deadline 11/11

The New Media Caucus is accepting nominations for election to the Board of Directors and Secretary. Deadline: midnight EST Friday, November 11th, 2016   BOARD MEMBERS (3 positions)New Board Members will be joining an international team of dynamic practitioners and scholars who make up the twenty one person board. The Board is engaged with the daily operation of the organization as well as collaborative committee initiatives for Communications, the Media-N journal, and Exhibitions and Events. Board Members duties include attending Board Meetings, participating on committees, and offering their expertise and assistance in the operation and development of the New Media…

Academic Position

Assistant or Associate Professor of Human-Computer Interaction (Tenure Eligible) at University of Arizona

The University of Arizona (UA) is assembling a team of transdisciplinary artists and scholars who can provide national leadership in computational media studies, an emerging research and teaching area in which computation supports the broad spectrum of arts, humanities, and social sciences. The faculty in this cluster will become the lead facilitators of a campus-wide initiative to: (a) synchronize the study and teaching of mass and popular media that are digitally produced and/or digitally distributed; (b) produce and engage computationally-based compositions by both students and faculty in a variety of media (e.g., film, video, music, games, literature, sculpture, illustration); and…

Hub

The Wrong

The Wrong is big. Really ridiculously, absurdly large. The sheer number and variety of works encompassed in this digital biennial is overwhelming, across its pavilions, curated pieces, and events. When this second iteration of The Wrong was about to launch, even organizer Guillo had not yet seen every work. The scale is mostly a positive thing — as someone fairly immersed in new media and net art, I found many pavilions filled with unfamiliar artists — it was great to break out of the digital art I’m exposed to through social media into currents of work that are farther afield. On the downside, the site offers…