[spectre] jobs at CMU Pittsburgh Electronic Time Based Art

Pamela Jennings pamelaj@CS.CMU.EDU
Wed, 18 Sep 2002 10:46:17 +0200

Tenure-Track and/or Visiting Faculty Positions  Electronic Time Based Art

Beginning August 2003
Carnegie Mellon University School of Art

The School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University is seeking to fill two
full-time faculty positions: one tenure track position and one visiting
position or two visiting positions in its Electronic Time Based Art area.
We are seeking dynamic individuals working in technology-based art with
experience in one or more of the following areas: robotics, programming for
Internet based interactive and/or virtual environments, interactive audio,
performance, motion capture and real time graphics and/or 2D imaging,
computer vision, artificial life or biotechnology. Artists with a
significant track record in digital/electronic forms who are qualified for
joint appointments between electronic art and computer sciences, natural
sciences or engineering will also be considered. Visiting faculty with
expertise in electronic media and additional experience in other visual
media are also encouraged. A multidisciplinary orientation, conceptual
strengths and contextual sensibilities are sought to teach freshman through
graduate students and work with a dynamic faculty team to build the
electronic time based area in the School of Art.

Qualifications: Advanced Degree or equivalent. University level teaching
experience required beyond teaching assistant. A versatile artist with a
significant digital/electronic, time based media art background and
exhibition record.  Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer, women
and minorities encouraged to apply.

Appointment Levels: Visiting Assistant Professor or tenure-track
Assistant/Associate Professor. Positions beginning late August, 2003.

Salary & Benefits: Nationally competitive and commensurate with experience.

Additional Programmatic Information: http://www.art.cfa.cmu.edu

Applications To Include:
-       Letter of application with teaching philosophy.
-       Curriculum Vitae
-       Names/addresses / telephone numbers of 3 references (no
recommendation letters,)
-       Documentation of artwork: Up to 20 slides and/or 10 minutes of
time-based media of applicants work (VHS, CD ROM, CD, Macintosh formatted
computer files.) No student work.
-       Self-addressed stamped envelope for return of materials.
-       Send to:        Faculty search  ETB
School of Art
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA  15213-3890
      Application Deadline:  Feb 1, 2003.