April 2, 2020

Tenure-track painting position

Hunter College

Photo: Lisa Corinne Davis.

The Department of Art & Art History at Hunter College seeks a Professor of Painting (open rank) for both undergraduate and graduate level courses. A knowledge of the conceptual and technical aspects of painting and drawing, and a comprehensive understanding of historical and contemporary art histories is required. Consideration will be given to painters with a strong drawing practice.

Responsibilities include ongoing creative research; graduate teaching and advising in the MFA program; and working with undergraduate students in beginning and advanced painting courses. Active participation in the administrative operations of the department and college is a requirement.

Qualification requirements
We seek artists with an active and substantial professional profile. Candidates should have a strong exhibition record, college level teaching experience on both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and a willingness to teach in conjunction with curatorial initiatives. An MFA degree or a BA plus significant professional experience is required.

Review of applications has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply
From the CUNY job posting system, select "Apply Now," and create or log in to an account.

Search for the position using the Job ID number 21811 Faculty Open Rank - Painting (Art and Art History). Candidates should provide a cover letter; CV; a statement of scholarship interests; a link to your professional website, or to 10-15 images of your work, sample of recent publications, if applicable; undergraduate and graduate syllabi; and contact information for three referees.

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