Adjunct Professor in Emerging Media, Integrated Media Arts MFA, Hunter College

  • Deadline:
    June 9, 2018, 3:06 p.m.
  • Location:
    695 Park Ave. New York, NY

The Integrated Media Arts MFA at Hunter College is looking for a qualified Adjunct Professor to teach IMA 750 Emerging Media, please see the course description listed below. The candidate should have previous teaching experience, ideally at the graduate level. Please email your CV and a short letter of interest with information about your teaching experience, art practice and a link to your portfolio. Hunter College is located at 695 Park Ave., New York, NY.

Andrew Demirjian

IMA 750 Emerging Media
Fall 2018, Tuesday 6:10 – 9:40 PM

Course description:
This production course introduces students to the fundamentals of visual studies, design, digital graphics and illustration. It is a foundations course in 2D design, illustration and digital imaging that explores strategies to work with color, layout, framing, typography and the principles of design to create persuasive visual communication. The course provides historical context through readings and analysis of aesthetic techniques and movements from the history of art and design including photomontage, glitch, protest posters, stencil graffiti, animated GIFs, Swiss design, memes, Islamic geometric patterns, subvertisements, text/image relationships and more. We also consider how to optimize raster and vector graphics for integration into a variety of nonfiction workflows from documentary film, web design, journalism, physical computing and more.

More info about the IMA:
The MFA Program in Integrated Media Arts (IMA) offers advanced studies in nonfiction media making and educates multi-disciplinary, socially engaged media makers in a diverse range of skills across the media landscape. Working with faculty from film, video, emerging media and journalism backgrounds students learn to conceptualize, create and distribute innovative, politically and socially engaged media using contemporary technologies.