The Visual Arts Department of the Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the area of Media to begin September 2017. The position entails teaching undergraduate and graduate studio and seminar classes at all levels, from introductory to advanced; curriculum development; and committee service to the Department and University. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the vision, development, and growth of the Media Area. The candidate should have a demonstrated commitment to teaching, the potential for academic leadership, and the ability to work in an interdisciplinary arts environment. Candidates should be active in their field, with a strong record of professional achievement. Candidates should also have an expansive and deep knowledge and proficiency in the techniques, practices, histories and theories of media art as well as the field of art and technology. Areas of specialization may include sound, interactive media, animation, and other intersections between art, media, and technology.
Position information can be found here: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/31552
The Visual Arts Department provides both disciplinary focus and an environment for interdisciplinary exploration, as well as access to the rich intellectual resources of a major research institution. This breadth enables students to graduate with the skills and thinking necessary for careers in today’s diverse and changing art world. BFA, BA, and MFA degrees in Visual Arts are offered with undergraduate concentrations in Design, Drawing, Media, Painting, Photography, Print, and Sculpture. Proximity to New York and Philadelphia gives students access to a faculty of renowned professional artists and designers, prestigious museums and galleries, visiting artists and critics, and profoundly affects the exchange of ideas within the Visual Arts Department. Visual Arts graduates become professional artists and designers, and work in creative environments such as museums, galleries, schools, and universities and industries including film, television and advertising.