Digital Media Visiting Professor – Lewis & Clark College

The Lewis & Clark College Department of Art and Art History invites applications for a
one-year Digital Media Visiting Professor to begin the fall of 2022 with the possibility of
renewal. The teaching load is five courses per academic year, including introductory,
intermediate, and upper-level courses in digital media and rotational classes in the studio
art major. In addition to the teaching assignment, the visiting professor will advise senior
art majors concentrating in Digital Media and work with departmental technicians to
oversee the digital media area. Areas of expertise may include creative coding, physical
computing, experimental sound, and other intersections between studio art, media, and
technology. An exhibition record that demonstrates professional engagement and
accomplishment relevant to the candidate’s practice is expected. The ideal candidate
should be versed in the theory and understanding of the cultural effects of new media and
digital technologies in contemporary art practice. An MFA, Ph.D., or Master’s in a digital
media-related field is required, and teaching experience beyond graduate school is
preferred. Experience teaching in a manner that values conversations between media and
across disciplines is especially welcome. Review of applications will begin immediately
and continue until the position is filled. Interviews will be conducted remotely or in

A complete application must be uploaded to Interfolio (link below) following directions
on the site and include (1) a cover letter of application which includes statements of the
candidate’s suitability for this position and a description of how they would contribute to
campus diversity and a culture of inclusion; (2) curriculum vitae; (3) teaching
philosophy; (4) artist’s statement; (5) names and contact information for three references;
(6) twenty examples of recent creative work, and if available, twenty examples of student
work. Click “Apply” to create your free account below.

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