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<nettime-ann> position open

Assistant Professor of Art in Digital Media
Department of Art
Eastern Washington University
Position Available Fall 2008
Eastern Washington University and the College of Arts & Letters invite
applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Art 
in Digital Media,
beginning September 2008. Required: MFA or equivalent in art; 
experience in Digital
Media and knowledge of contemporary art. Preferred: two years of 
university teaching
experience. Teach undergraduate Digital Media and additional courses 
such as: Basic
Design, Color Design, Beginning Drawing and Art in the Humanities as 
appropriate to
the candidate's experience and departmental need. Responsibilities 
include maintaining
facilities/equipment for digital lab; writing a yearly grant for the 
purchase of new
equipment/software; implementing future technological enhancements in 
the digital lab;
overseeing lab technician and work-study students; advising art 
majors; and participating
in departmental BFA critiques. A commitment to teaching and classroom 
active engagement in creative professional work and participation in 
university and community service, is required. Eastern Washington 
University seeks an
engaging teacher to teach digital media with a commitment to diversity and to
complement the expertise of the other members of the department. Send 
letter, statement of teaching philosophy, artist's statement, 
curriculum vitae, and contact
information for 3 references (include addresses, email and phone 
numbers), 20 examples
of creative work and 10-20 examples of student work on CD or DVD (Macintosh
format), and SASE for return of materials to: Digital Media Screening 
Department of Art, 140 Art Bldg., EWU, Cheney, WA 99004-2401. Review of
applications will begin as soon as applicant pool is certified and 
continue until position
fills. EWU is committed to affirmative action and equal opportunity. 
We encourage
applications from members of historically underrepresented groups and 
all qualified
individuals. The successful candidate must pass a background check 
and show proof of
eligibility to work in the U.S. pursuant to U.S. immigration laws.
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