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Accepting Applications for the Intermedia MFA program at the University of Maine

The University of Maine is now accepting applications for UMaine system’s only program of it’s kind, the Intermedia MFA program. The IMFA is a unique MFA graduate program that seeks to provide students with advanced study and practice in interdisciplinary art. This program is distinctive in that is places an emphasizes on intensive creative development and innovative ability through diverse engagement with multiple research processes, critical thinking skills, and creative production tools and technologies.

The program invites students from all professional, creative and academic programs. Students have the opportunity to work with internationally accomplished faculty and actively engaged in a range of creative disciplines. Students also have access to the 15,000+ square foot facility providing comfortable, state-of-the art prototyping facilities, audio and video production spaces, a resource library, performance and installation spaces, classrooms and offices.

The IMRC is a hub for learning, creating and producing. It is the most recent of the portfolio of the University of Maine’s facilities that support innovation and economic development. The IMRC Center is supported by a range of expert instructors and a community of collaborators.

Although we often offer consider acceptance of application materials through June, January 15th is the deadline for priority consideration for financial aid(consideration for RA/TA Awards) with a final deadline of February 28th for all other Fall 2016 applications.

For more information visit our website: http://intermediamfa.org


The Masters of Fine Arts in Intermedia at the University of Maine provides substantial advanced study for individuals interested in interdisciplinary study in the arts. The program emphasizes intensive development of students’ creative and innovative abilities through a diverse engagement with multiple research processes, critical thinking skills and creative production tools and technologies.


Open Call – IMRC Researcher in Residence Program Fall 2016

The Innovative Media Research and Commercialization Center (IMRC) is now accepting applications for their biannual Researcher in Residency Program (RRP). Ideal for creative technologists, Intermedia artists, and New Media producers, this 8 to 12-week program takes place every Fall and Spring at the IMRC Center in Orono, Maine.

The residency supports a period of concentration and immersion in creative investigation, cutting-edge research or production of visionary, experimental applications and projects. Potential initiatives might range from live Intermedia productions, sound and physical computing works to technical prototypes, installations and tactical media events. The RRP is committed to supporting a diverse and broad ranging creative environment. We consequently encourage applications from the broadest possible range of individuals to creative technologists to this program.

Accepted awardees are awarded a stipend, studio space, and 24/7 access to the multimillion dollar, state of the art IMRC’s, studio spaces, fabrication and prototyping labs, and more.

The Fall 2016 application opens on Monday, December 14th and closes on Tuesday, January 14th. For eligibility requirements, application instructions and more information, please visit www.imrccenter.com/researcher-in-residence

The IMRC is a hub for learning, creating and producing. It is the most recent of the portfolio of the University of Maine’s facilities that support innovation and economic development. The IMRC Center is supported by a range of expert instructors and a community of collaborators.


Located on the University of Maine Campus the Innovative Media, Research and Commercialization Center (IMRC Center), at Stewart Commons,  is a 15,000+ square foot facility provides comfortable, state of the art prototyping facilities, audio and video production spaces, a resource library, performance and installation spaces, classrooms, and offices. IMRC is outfitted with a variety of tools and equipment, including a full shop, 3D printers and 3D scanner, computer controlled machine tools, a cutting and engraving laser, plastic vacuum former, large format printers, a range of design and production software, electronics workbenches, video and still cameras, audio recording and mixing equipment, and a variety of tools for supporting interactive environments and installations. Opened in 2013 the IMRC Center is a hub for learning, creating and producing and is the most recent of the portfolio of the University of Maine’s facilities that support innovation and economic development. The IMRC Center is supported by a range of expert instructors and a community of collaborators to help you problem-solve and achieve your vision, and it has everything necessary for you to research, invent, create, and innovate!


Adjunct Professor: Design II/III at Stevens Institute of Technology

The Visual Arts & Technology program at Stevens Institute of Technology is hiring an adjunct professor to teach Design II/III next semester. The course covers sequential design, with a focus on print- and screen-based projects. Pay is $4300 for the semester. To apply or with questions, please send a CV to Program Director Jeff Thompson (jeff.thompson@stevens.edu).

The Visual Arts & Technology program at Stevens Institute of Technology offers a B.A. and minor at the intersection of Art and Technology. Students study areas as diverse as video, animation, visualization, de­sign, and fabrication, merging cutting-edge and traditional processes in art with creativity, critique, and hands-on learning.

Assistant Professor in Experimental Art Practice at The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media at University of Washington

The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) at the University of Washington seeks to hire a full-time (100%, 9-month), tenure-track faculty in experimental art practice to begin in September 2016. Appointment will be made at the rank of Assistant Professor.


A PhD or MFA (or foreign equivalent) is required by the start of appointment. The successful applicant to this position will mentor and supervise doctoral students; he or she must be be committed to the value of artistic research, and be capable of articulating research methodologies and techniques to students.

The successful candidate will be an artist with a strong record of exhibiting or presenting their work and a clear understanding of studio-based research. Their practice and teaching will be primarily hosted at our off-campus fabrication lab. It is expected that applicants will be proficient in a broad range of new media technologies.

The applicant would be expected to teach studio-based classes at both undergraduate and graduate levels. These typically comprise a core sequence of courses that are taught on an annual basis, as well as several advanced/special topics classes. The full- time teaching load at DXARTS consists of five courses, spread over three quarters. University of Washington faculty members engage in teaching, research, and service.


Applications must include: letter of application, resume, artist statement, teaching statement, links to a cohesive portfolio of artworks, and the names of three references with phone numbers, mail and e-mail addresses.

Electronic submissions only – all required documents must be uploaded to Interfolio http://apply.interfolio.com/32710 to be considered for the position. Priority will be given to applications received by January 1, 2016.

The University of Washington is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, among other things, race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, status as protected veterans, or status as qualified individuals with disabilities. The University of Washington is building a culturally diverse faculty, and strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates.



Established in 2001, DXARTS is a leading research center for Digital Art. DXARTS’ position within the University of Washington is unusual: it is not a subset of a school of art, engineering or computing, instead it exists as an autonomous academic program, thus it is able to define its own research and teaching agenda and fully explore the notion of artistic experimentation in the 21st century. Core DXARTS faculty are practicing generative artists and work alongside affiliate faculty from a variety of other departments, including Music, Neuroscience, Engineering, Law and Computer Science.

DXARTS has an internationally renowned and highly competitive PhD program, populated by emerging artists working with a broad range of materials, ideas and forms. The program emphasizes interdisciplinarity, with students taking classes across the university based upon their own research trajectories. DXARTS asserts that artistic knowledge is a particular type of intellectual and academic inquiry, and that it has value equivalent to that in other disciplines. DXARTS PhD students are expected to work on studio-based research projects, develop any technologies necessary to realize those projects and apply appropriate research methodologies to ensure their work makes a contribution to the field.

Located in the heart of the UW campus, DXARTS has state-of-the art facilities, including 3D sound and video labs, art+brain lab (for interdisciplinary research projects with neuroscience), as well as production studios, classrooms and a conference room. DXARTS also has an off-campus fabrication lab in a 5,000 sf warehouse located in the Ballard neighborhood. This facility includes digital fabrication tools (laser cutter, CNC router and milling machines), 3D printers, and a panoply of electronics and mechatronics tools, as well as production and exhibition space.

Assistant Professor of Art—Art and Technology at Northeastern Illinois University

The Department of Art invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in the area of Art and Technology to begin August 2016.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: MFA in Art and Technology with expertise in the following areas: digital imaging, expanded media, installation/projection design, 3D modeling, 3D printing, laser cutting, new media and creative coding.

The successful candidate will have a strong exhibition record, which reflects a creative practice that utilizes digital tools, and a comprehensive knowledge of contemporary digital technologies as they relate to a fine art practice and who is creatively and critically engaged in the practices and discourses of Digital/ New Media art. The candidate will have an interdisciplinary approach to teaching that engages in emerging technologies as well as relationships across multiple disciplines such as traditional art practices, the humanities and the sciences.

Teaching duties include teaching foundation, introductory and advanced digital art courses. The successful candidate will be expected to develop and implement curriculum related to a program that serves a diverse population of undergraduate majors and will be able to teach a variety of digital art studio courses at multiple levels in an art curriculum. Additional responsibilities involve curriculum development, mentoring of students and overseeing labs/equipment associated with the courses taught.

Previous university teaching experience is highly desirable or demonstration of potential for excellence in teaching. Service to the department, university, community, and profession is expected. Individuals with interest in this position should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation specific to the position, graduate transcripts and a portfolio of 15-20 artistic works and 15-20 examples student work.

Application materials should be emailed to neiuart@neiu.edu. Portfolios of work may be shared via email, a web link, or via Dropbox.com. Submit required portfolio application materials only.

Deadline for applications is January 15, 2016.

Northeastern Illinois University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and invites applications from Women, Minorities, Veterans and Persons with Disabilities, as well as other qualified individuals. Northeastern Illinois University positions are contingent upon the University's receipt of its State of Illinois appropriation.


Founded in 1867, Northeastern has a rich tradition of educational innovation and prides itself on preparing teachers and administrators who make a difference in Chicago. That tradition continues to this day and has expanded to include an array of academic disciplines, allowing the University to embrace fully the community in which it resides. Northeastern is regarded as the most diverse public comprehensive university in the Midwest and is designated by the U.S. Department of Education as a Hispanic-Serving Institution. Diversity is an important factor in the character of Northeastern and in the social fabric of its student body. The University has an enrollment of more than 10,000 students; African American, Hispanic, Asian and Native American students represent nearly 60 percent of the student body. Located on 67 acres in an attractive residential area on the Northwest Side of Chicago, the University offers more than 80 undergraduate and graduate programs in the arts, sciences, education, and business.