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Seeking applications for Professor of Visual Art with an emphasis on Moving Image
Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm
Above: Photo: Kai Sibley.
Above: Photo: Kai Sibley.

Application deadline: February 7, 2016
Expected to begin: autumn 2016

Royal Institute of Art
Flaggmansvägen 1, Skeppsholmen
Stockholm

T +46 0 8 614 40 00

www.kkh.se

The Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm seeks to appoint a full-time Professor of Visual Arts with an emphasis on Moving Image, broadly defined. The professorship is a full-time post which includes time for research. Candidates are prepared to instruct and supervise students at all levels—from BFA to MFA, with a possibility to supervise PhD students. Although RIA seeks to hire a Professor of Visual Art with an emphasis on Moving Image, preference will be given to candidates whose own interests, knowledge, and practice synthesize a wide range of interdisciplinary influences.

Qualifications
Candidates must have a substantial exhibition record with proven teaching experience at the college or university level. A completed MFA or the equivalent is also required. Applicants must demonstrate achievement and potential to make contributions in their specific field of research and practice. Candidates will be expected to participate fully in curricular developments and in all other aspects of the academic life of the school.

Full-time faculty are additionally expected to contribute service to the institution and participate in faculty governance.

Applications
Applicants for the position should submit the following materials by February 7.

–Cover letter
–Curriculum vitae
–A statement as to one’s teaching philosophy and research interests
–Artist statement
–The names and contact information for three references
–Evidence of relevant teaching experience
–A comprehensive inclusion of artwork samples including titles and dates
–Other appropriate support materials, including exhibition catalogues

Applications are submitted digitally here, with a copy submitted by post. Appended books, leaflets etc. must be individually marked with the applicant’s name and the Royal Institute of Art’s registration number 2.4.1-179-2015 and be sent by mail to:

Royal Institute of Art
Box 16315
SE-103 26 Stockholm
Sweden

For further information, please contact Ulrika Ledmyr, Director of Human Resources. Union representatives are Ulrika Gustafsson Rosengren (SACO-S) and Göran Svenborn (ST). All can be reached on telephone number T +46 8 614 40 00.

The Royal Institute of Art wishes to take advantage of the qualities that an equal gender distribution and cultural diversity add to its activities and we welcome applicants who can contribute to this.

 

About the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm
The Royal Institute of Art is a leading art institution of higher education located in Stockholm that offers both undergraduate and postgraduate studies in Fine Arts and post-master studies in Architecture. For more information about the institution and its faculty please visit the website.

January 13, 2016