Ohio State University
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Art
Art and Technology
Assistant Professor of Art, focused in technology-based
practices. Full time, tenure track position. Service and
committee work expected.
QUALIFICATIONS: M.F.A. degree. Significant art
and technology-based background with commitment to conceptual
inquiry. An active professional creative practice, including
a record of exhibitions/presentations/projects beyond
the local, regional level.
QUALIFICATIONS: Accomplishments in one or more
of the following art practices: network/web-based forms,
moving image (video/film/animation), computational/interactive
media, sound/performance installation, tactical media,
emerging and/or hybrid forms. Fluency in the conceptual
and historical frameworks of contemporary new media art
is important. Successful candidates will be able to integrate
their digital art practice with other fine art and/or
academic disciplines in a manner relevant to broader
culture. University-level teaching experience beyond
the terminal degree preferred.
consideration may be given to applicants who are open to
collaborative or interdisciplinary projects. This position
will require a commitment to teaching both undergraduate
and graduate courses and creating a critical and experimental
teaching environment. Previous experience in curricular
development, mentoring students, and service on graduate
committees is a plus.
Send letter of application, current curriculum
vitae, a CD or DVD of 20 examples of your work (include
images and time-based media, as appropriate), thumbnail
printouts of the work represented, 20 images of your students'
work, and the names, addresses, phone numbers and emails
of three references to: Art and Technology Search Committee,
The Ohio State University, Department of Art, 146 Hopkins
Hall, 128 N. Oval Mall, Columbus, OH 43210. The Ohio State
University is an EEO/AA employer. Women, minorities, Vietnam-era
veterans, disabled veterans and individuals with disabilities
are encouraged to apply.
DEADLINE: All application materials must be
received by October 29th, 2010.
DATE: August, 2011
Contact Ken Rinaldo or Amy