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Position: Assistant Professor of Digital Multimedia, Studio Art Department.
 Full-time, tenure-track position.

Salary: Commensurate with experience.  The Assistant Professor salary range
begins at $43,100.00

Starting Date: July 1, 1999

Academic requirements: MFA in Studio Art, Digital Multimedia and/or Ph.D.,
production experience, and university teaching experience are required.

Job description: The Studio Art Department seeks an artist working in
Digital Multimedia, possessing a broad understanding of both contemporary
visual arts and computer technologies.  Candidates must be able to
participate in the development of digital production facilities, to build a
curriculum that is inclusive of both technical training and critical
issues, and to teach both graduate and undergraduate courses.  The
department desires a candidate with experience in collaborating with
non-arts disciplines and an interest in the social implications of new

About the Department: The Studio Art Department offers BA and MFA degrees
in an interdisciplinary program that emphasizes a critical approach to
artistic production.  Courses are offered in three curricular areas:
Camera/Digital Media (computer imaging, photography, video), Two/Three
Dimensional Media (drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, ceramics and
performance) and Critical Studies (visual culture, theory and criticism).
There are 9 full-time faculty, 18 part-time faculty, 330 undergraduate
majors and 15 graduate students.

About the School of the Arts: Studio Art is one of four departments in the
School of the Arts.  Other departments include Dance, Drama and Music.  The
school has four theaters, scenic and costume shops, video studio, art
gallery, Electronic Music Studio, Music Media Center and four digital
instructional and research laboratories.

by this date will receive priority.  Application should include a cover
letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, adequate
representation of production with any supplemental material such as
videotape, discs, CD ROMS, Web site addresses, a description of technical
strengths as well as names, addresses and telephone numbers of four
references, and a SASE mailer for return of materials.  The University of
California, Irvine is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence
through diversity.  Send materials to:

David Trend, Chair
University of California
Studio Art Department
300 ARTS
Irvine, CA  92697-2775