[spectre] The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

melentie mpandil at soros.org.mk
Wed Dec 10 14:24:01 CET 2003

>>Date: Mon, 8 Dec 2003 05:38:15 -0800
>>Subject: The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
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>>The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, a leading professional 
>>school of art and design, operates with the museum of the Art 
>>Institute of Chicago at the center of one of the country's most 
>>exciting and diverse cultural communities. The School is comprised 
>>of 13 studio departments and a first year program, 7 academic 
>>departments and 3 certificate programs and offers the BFA with 
>>Emphasis in Art History; BFA with Emphasis in Art Education; BA in 
>>Visual and Critical Studies; Master of Fine Arts degrees in studio 
>>and writing, and Master of Art degrees in Arts Administration, Art 
>>Education, Art History/Theory and Criticism, Art Therapy and Master 
>>of Science in Historic Preservation, as well as post-baccalaureate 
>>certificates and continuing studies programs. The School of the Art 
>>Institute believes that all persons are entitled to equal 
>>employment opportunities, and does not discriminate against its 
>>employees, because of race, religion, color, national origin, age, 
>>gender or any other bases prohibited by applicable law, provided 
>>they are qualified and meet the requirements established for the 
>>job. Women, minorities and international applicants are encouraged 
>>to apply. The School currently enrolls 2,280 FTE student and 
>>employs 125 full-time and 342 part-time faculty, and 297 full and 
>>part-time staff. The position is full-time, tenure-track, rank and 
>>salary commensurate with experience and begins the fall of 2004.
>>For priority consideration for all searches all application 
>>materials must be received by (not postmarked) no later than 
>>Friday, January 16th.
>>The Department of Film, Video, and New Media invites applications 
>>for an artist working with new media technologies and their current 
>>discourses to teach and expand an innovative curriculum. Artists 
>>working in Areas such as web-based art, computer-generated images, 
>>multimedia performance practices, and other virtual forms are 
>>encouraged to apply. This position represents a continuation of the 
>>School's leadership and commitment to alternative media forms and 
>>practices, emphasizing experimentation, innovation, and the 
>>hybridization of existing media and methods of presentation. 
>>Candidates should be able to demonstrate the ability and desire to 
>>participate in curricular initiatives, be able to work with 
>>undergraduate and graduate students in an interdisciplinary, fine 
>>arts context, and have advanced proficiency in one or more areas of 
>>the media arts. Applicants must have an active professional 
>>creative practice. Teaching experience preferred. The position is 
>>full-time, tenure-track and begins in the fall of 2004. Rank and 
>>salary commensurate with experience.
>>Application: CV, teaching philosophy, course syllabi, samples of 
>>creative work and SASE to:
>>FVNM Search Committee/EFL
>>The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
>>Dean's Office
>>37 S Wabash Ave
>>Chicago, IL 60603
>>The Liberal Arts Department and Visual and Critical Studies program 
>>invite applications for a tenure-track position in the broadly 
>>defined area of Africana studies. Additional areas of expertise may 
>>include World History, Latin American, Caribbean, Middle Eastern or 
>>Asian studies. Applicants will also be considered from overlapping 
>>disciplines such as history, cultural anthropology, communications, 
>>media studies, economics, political science and regional studies. 
>>The successful candidate will have the opportunity to teach general 
>>and thematically organized courses in her or his field. She or he 
>>may also teach courses such as an undergraduate thesis research 
>>seminar offered through the interdisciplinary Visual Critical 
>>Studies program. We seek applicants with a commitment to excellence 
>>in teaching and to innovative research and writing. Rank and salary 
>>commensurate with experience.
>>Application: Please send a c.v.; statement of teaching philosophy; 
>>an example of scholarly work; documentation of additional creative 
>>work if applicable; a description of at least one course that you 
>>would like to teach; and SASE if you wish to have the documentation 
>>returned to:
>>Liberal Arts / Visual and Critical Studies Search Committee/EFL
>>The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
>>Dean's Office
>>37 S Wabash Ave
>>Chicago, IL 60603
>>The Photography Department of the School of the Art Institute of 
>>Chicago seeks an exceptional artist working with photography for a 
>>full-time, tenure-track position. Duties will include working with 
>>graduate students in an interdisciplinary environment and teaching 
>>undergraduate classes in the School's photography department. 
>>Candidates should have a significant exhibition record, active 
>>interest in contemporary theory and writing, and a minimum of two 
>>years of experience teaching at the college level.
>>Application Procedure:
>>Send: cover letter; current CV; artist statement; teaching 
>>philosophy; a syllabus for an introductory or intermediate 
>>photography course; a syllabus for an undergraduate theme based 
>>studio course; a syllabus for a graduate level seminar; support 
>>materials in the form of 20 slides with slide list, CDs, DVDs or 
>>other materials appropriateto the work; the names, addresses and 
>>phone numbers of three references: and SASE to:
>>Photographer/ Artist Search Committee/EFL
>>The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
>>Dean's Office
>>37 S Wabash Ave
>>Chicago, IL 60603
>>New-Media Designer
>>The Department of Visual Communication seeks a full-time faculty 
>>member with expertise in web- or video-based communication design 
>>and/or interactive media. Core curricular topics include theories, 
>>strategies and methodologies of interaction, navigation, 
>>interpretation, content configuration and digital production. 
>>Related competencies might include typographic structure and 
>>expression; hybrid environments; planning and production of motion 
>>graphics for television and film; research and development of 
>>cultural and environmental issues; and/or contemporary visual 
>>cultural criticism. The successful candidate will play a lead role 
>>in the coordination and continued development of the new media 
>>track in Visual Communication.
>>Teaching experience and a terminal degree in visual communication, 
>>design or other relevant area preferred.
>>Application: curriculum vitae, VHS, CD-Rom, or CD-Roms with 
>>websites, course syllabi, and statements on teaching, research 
>>and/or work to:
>>Visual Communication Search Committee/EFL
>>The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
>>Dean's Office
>>37 S Wabash Ave
>>Chicago, IL 60603
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