About the Role
The Department of Art is looking for an artist or art historian with experience of working in HE art education to teach on the Critical Studies course on its sector-leading BA Fine Art. The post involves teaching across three years, delivering individual and group tutorials, lectures and seminars. You will undertake academic administration associated with teaching and assessment and will take part in the interviewing of applicants to the programme. The course runs across three years, comprising lectures and seminars in the first year; research-based courses on a range of subjects in the second; and a 7,500 word dissertation in the third. The post will require an average of one day of teaching per week during term time.
About the Candidate
You will be an artist or art historian with a specialism in art and digital technologies, artificial intelligence and artistic practice. You will have a professional record of international standing, experience of teaching in HE Fine Art and be responsive to the varied and specific needs of those on this strongly student-centred course. The Department expects that you will have an active and internationally recognised research profile, and that you will produce research outputs to be submitted to the REF. You will demonstrate a serious engagement with your own practice, and an understanding of current and emerging theories, concepts and debates within the field of contemporary art. The Department encourages applications from Black and Global Majority and LGBTQ+ candidates.
No agencies please.