July 31, 2019

Professorship of artistic workshops

Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig

Courtesy Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig. © GüntherBeutner.

The Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig is inviting applications for the following position which is available on a permanent basis from October 1, 2020: W3 Professorship of artistic workshops (m/f/other)

The position also involves the management of the audiovisual laboratory, which is a key institution for the profile of the academy and its teaching with workshops in the fields of image processing, digital print, sound and video.

A detailed job description and further information about the academy can be found at

Applications are to be sent, along with the job identification code (Wst/07/20), by August 31, 2019 to:

Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig
Sachgebiet Personal
Kennzahl Wst/07/20
Wächterstraße 11
04107 Leipzig

The Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst / Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig (HGB) is one of the oldest and most prestigious colleges of art in Europe. The Academy has already been providing art and design education at the highest level for more than 250 years. Its excellent reputation is down to the many graduates who continually make a significant impact on the areas of fine art and graphic design and the many renowned professors and dedicated tutors working at the HGB. We maintain a superb international network of more than 100 collaboration partners from various areas of the art and graphic design industry, but also from the world of science and economics. Quality and sustainability of teaching and practice is what we stand for.
Degree programmes

The HGB offers four Diploma degree programmes: Book Design / Graphic Design, Photography, Painting / Printmaking, and Media Art

Each degree programme is divided into a two-year foundation course and a three-year main course. These are flanked by a broad and intense range of theory classes. The HGB also offers a Meisterschüler programme (postgraduate studies for artists) in all subject areas as well as the master’s degree course Cultures of the Curatorial.

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