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@ VIDEOTAGE
MEDIA ARTISTS COLLECTIVE
Curator of the Microwave Festival 99'

Videotage seeks candidates for the position of Curator of the
Microwave Festival 99. The curator is responsible for the
direction and programs of the Festival, which is comprised of an
international video screening, CD-ROM exhibition, seminar and
artist-in-residence workshop.

The curator is also expected to hold one seminar in video/media
art during the festival. Videotage will offer the flight ticket,
accommodation and curator fee in the amount of HK$15000.

Candidates should have strong curatorial experience with video
and media art.

Deadline: April 30,1999

Send CV to :

The General Manager,
Videotage, 9/F.,
Block A,
12 Oil Street,
North Point,
Hong Kong,
China
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@ MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY (London, UK). Professor in Visual Culture and Media,
Full-time, Permanent. Salary competitive. Starting September, 1999.

The Visual Culture and Media Academic Group is seeking to appoint a
Professor in the interdisciplinary field of visual culture and media, who
will be expected to contribute expertise in the field of cultural theory,
film studies, and twentieth-century art, design and media.

Responsibilities include: research and teaching at undergraduate and
postgraduate levels; the supervision of research degree students;
contributing expertise in the fields of cultural theory, film studies, and
twentieth-century art, design and media.

Candidates should: possess a high profile in international research and
publication; have experience of teaching at postgraduate level; be familiar
with administration and curriculum development; be aware of recent
developments in research and practice in visual culture and media; and be
able to demonstrate a proven interest in the relationship between theory
and practice.

Visual Culture and Media offers degrees in a number of related programmes
from within the School of Art, Design and Performing Arts, including BA
Joint Honours subjects in Art and Design History and Film Studies; BA
History and Theory of Media, Art and Design;  BA Film Studies; MA Visual
Culture; MA Teaching Visual Culture; MA Digital Architecture; MA
Architecture and Spatial Culture; and links with the MA Fine Art and MA
Aesthetic and Art Theory.

For an informal discussion about this post, please contact
Dr Dan Harries on +44-(0)181-362-6695 or <dan.harries@mdx.ac.uk>.

To request further details and an application form, email:
<recruit1@mdx.ac.uk>  or write to:
Recruitment Office, Middlesex University,
Bounds Green Road, London N11 2NQ, UK
or telephone: +44-(0)181-362-6110.

In all cases please quote ref:   ART24T.

Dan Harries
Head, Visual Culture and Media,
Middlesex University,
Cat Hill Campus,
London  EN4 8HT  UK
<dan.harries@mdx.ac.uk>
t: +44-(0)181-362-6695
f: +44-(0)181-362-6339
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@ Director of The Institute for New Media Studies
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
College of Liberal Arts
University of Minnesota

The mission of the Institute is to help establish the University
of
Minnesota as
a premier institution for research and innovation in new media.
The
Institute
will facilitate basic and applied research to create new
knowledge about
the
uses, technologies, and effects of new media; foster
collaboration among
faculties and students at the University of Minnesota; advance
teaching
about
new media in communication curricula throughout the University;
serve as a
catalyst for entrepreneurial partnerships with industries and
institutions
engaged in new-media innovation; and function as a resource for
teachers,
researchers, students, industry, government, and public sector
organizations.

For the full position announcement and details about the
application
process see
http://www.sjmc.umn.edu/newmedia.html. Review of applications and
nominations
will begin April 1, 1999 and will continue until the position is
filled.
Address questions to Professor Kathleen Hansen, chair of the
search
committee
at k-hans@umn.edu
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@ San Francisco, CA  Online Media Manager Charles Schwab

The Online Media Manager will be responsible for creating and
implementing strategies that make electronic access a key
marketing channel and revenue generator for each of the
international entities. This person is commissioned to execute
online media programs to create brand awareness, expose Schwab to
different markets of the world and strategically target users
with high conversion potential. A successful individual will
build relationships with key strategic partners that make sense
for a local market while also providing us the ability to create
scale with worldwide online service providers.

Expertise creating and implementing effective web solutions that
increase business competitiveness and return on internet
investment. Thorough knowledge of online media success metrics,
media planning and all aspects of online media strategies in the
international arena. This will include effective domain targeting
and working with creative and innovative designs that translate
into multiple languages. Technical knowledge includes familiarity
with JavaScript, CGI scripting, server hosting, web site
architecture and navigation. A successful candidate will interact
well with coders,
vendors, agencies, translate issues for multiple internal
constituents. Strong project management and leadership
communication skills with the ability to work with individuals at
all levels. Knowledge of International financial and technology
markets helpful. A minimum of a Bachelor's degree and five years
of related experience or a Master's degree and three years
experience in creative and effective online media campaigns
preferably in financial services.

Fluency in another language other than English is highly
desirable.

Please send your resume, indicating Job Code EK/98-3996, to:
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc., P.O. Box 7208, San Francisco, CA
94120-7208; schwab.jobs@schwab.com; Fax: (415) 627-7316.
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@ MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY (London, UK). The Visual Culture and Media Academic
Group is creating a pool of part-time lecturers to teach on a variety of
courses at undergraduate level for the next academic year.

Areas of particular interest: art/design history, fashion and dress,
surrealism, cultural theory, third cinema, digital culture, experimental
film, queer cinema, film form and spectatorship, film history as well as a
number of other related areas.

There will be additional opportunities for part-time lecturers to design
and teach their own courses-especially courses that relate theories of
art/design/film to practice.

Qualifications: Experience in teaching undergraduates at H.E. level.

Salary is competitive.

Applications must include: 1). letter briefly indicating areas of expertise
and experience as well as availability; 2). curriculum vitae; and 3). names
of two references.

Address applications to: Susan Rawlings, Administrator, Visual Culture and
Media, Middlesex University, Cat Hill Campus, London EN4 8HT.

Queries: s.rawlings@mdx.ac.uk or +44-(0)171-362-5078.

Application deadline: 19 May, 1999 or until filled.

Visual Culture and Media offers degrees in a number of related programmes
from within the School of Art, Design and Performing Arts, including BA
Joint Honours subjects in Art and Design History and Film Studies; BA
History and Theory of Media, Art and Design; and the BA Film Studies.

Dan Harries
Head, Visual Culture and Media,
Middlesex University,
Cat Hill Campus,
London  EN4 8HT  UK
<dan.harries@mdx.ac.uk>
t: +44-(0)181-362-6695
f: +44-(0)181-362-6339
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@ International Media Studies
The Department of Radio, Television, and Film at the University of
 North Texas seeks candidates for a one-year appointment as a Visiting
 Assistant Professor in International Media Studies. A Ph.D. or ABD in
 an appropriate field is required. A primary research and teaching
 interest in the history and theory of global media required.
 Secondary interests in media criticism, cultural studies, or media
 production desirable. Responsibilities include teaching, research or
 creative activities, and service, including contribution to the
 graduate program in an area of specialty. Send a letter of
 application, vita, and three letters of reference to Prof. Olaf
 Hoerschelmann, Chair, International Media Studies Search Committee,
 Department of Radio, Television, and Film, University of North Texas,
 P.O. Box 310589, Denton, TX 76203-0589. Screening of applications
 will begin April 21st, 1999, but will continue until the position is
 filled. UNT is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
 Minorities, women, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to
 apply. For more information visit our web page at www.rtvf.unt.edu or
 e-mail us at <rtvf@unt.edu>.
         The University of North Texas, with an enrollment of 25,000 and a
faculty of more than 800, is located in Denton, a college town with a
population of about 70,000. Also in Denton is Texas Woman's
University with an enrollment of 10,000. Denton is part of the
Dallas-Fort Worth "Metroplex," the nation's seventh-largest media
market. The Department of Radio, Television, and Film enrolls 750
undergraduate and graduate students, and operates extensive audio,
video, and film production laboratories as well as KNTU, a 100,000
watt student-staffed radio station and North Texas Television (NTTV),
a cable outlet.

Olaf Hoerschelmann, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Dept. of Radio, Television, Film
University of North Texas
Phone: (940) 369-7327
Fax:   (940) 369-7838

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