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Yale School of Art Call for Applications
Yale University School of Art

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS:

Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT

Deadline for applications: January 15, 2008

SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO:

Peter Halley and Rochelle Feinstein, Co-Chairs

Yale School of Art

BY POST:

PO BOX 208339

New Haven, CT 06520-8339

OTHER:

1156 Chapel St.

New Haven, CT 06511

Assistant Professor, Printmaking

Yale University School of Art

The Yale School of Art’s Painting/Printmaking program seeks an artist to teach undergraduate – and graduate – level printmaking. Salary approximately 65,000 dollars. To begin July 1, 2008. Applicants must have a record of creative accomplishment and teaching expertise in traditional techniques (linocut, woodcut, etching, lithography, silkscreen) as well as digital and hybrid media. The appointee will teach undergraduate and graduate printmaking courses, teach drawing courses, help shape the printmaking curriculum, participate in undergraduate and graduate reviews and critiques, mentor students, and serve on academic committees. Administration and management of a very active print studio is a major component of this position. Applicants should have a minimum of 2 years teaching experience. Expertise in an area outside of printmaking is desirable. The appointee will be expected to continue creative and professional activities while teaching in a demanding academic environment.

Applications should include: 20 images on a CD, in JPEG, GIF or PNG format. Along with that should be five paper documents: a one-page index of each image submitted, a letter of application, a current resume, a description of the ideas that inform your work and a summary of teaching experience.

Provide us with the names of three people from whom letters of reference may be obtained and a self addressed, stamped envelope for return of materials. A/D January 15, 2008. Peter Halley and Rochelle Feinstein, Co-chairs, Painting/Printmaking Search, Yale University School of Art, PO Box 208339, New Haven, CT 06520-8339. Yale values diversity in its faculty and students and especially encourages applications from women and underrepresented minorities. Yale University is an affirmative action/equal opportunities employer.

November 28, 2007