Kenneth Jones
Since 2002
Works in Newark, Delaware United States of America

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EVENT

Chthonic Cartographers Exhibition Opens Nov.2nd Harford Community College:::Chesapeake Gallery


Dates:
Wed Nov 02, 2005 00:00 - Thu Oct 20, 2005

Hello,

Chthonic Cartographers is an exhibition that seeks to define place by locating the unseen.

Chthonic Cartographers contains work from emerging, mid-career and established artists from around the country.

Chthonic Cartographers contains performances, divining interactions, community knitting activities, aroma samplings, loitering collages made from server triggered USB cameras, sewer sound mapping installations, the grounding of the Hays-Heighe House, sleep talk reconstructions, an interview-based text and audio encyclopedia comprised
of skills and knowledge of Danville, llinois residents, documentary films on the mass observation movement, a special performance by chiara giovando, the films of tony conrad and the labyrinth project and a special satellite performance on November 5th at the 14 karat cabaret in baltimore, maryland by many artists in the exhibition.

Special critics-in-residence, Manifold Design of Baltimore will give a lecture on defining place from the viewpoint of architecture on December 7th at the college as well as podcast contributions from many others.

Please see the attached electronic invitation for more details on events surrounding this new exhibition, which runs trhough January 6, 2006

If you have questions, please feel free to contact the curators.

Kenneth Jones
joneskenneth@mac.com
410-836-4326

Jenny Graf Sheppard
metaluxx@mac.com

Thank You.

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OPPORTUNITY

Adjunct Faculty Opportunity Harford Community College


Deadline:
Sun Aug 14, 2005 10:24

Adjunct Faculty Needed NOW!

Harford Community College
Bel Air, Maryland
http://www.harford.edu

30 minutes North of Baltimore
75 minutes South of Philadelphia

The Visual Communications/Digital Arts Program of the Visual,Performing + Applied Arts Division is seeking adjunct faculty to teach the following courses this semester. Semester
starts September 8, 2005 through December 15, 2005. Pay commensurate with experience.

Both classes run on Thursdays, once per week for a 15 week. Classes are taught in the new Joppa Arts Complex in the new Macintosh Digital Arts Labs using current software. Harford Community College is located in Bel Air, Maryland on a 350 acre campus. The college has an enrollment of over 6500 students.

Submit current CV to Dean, Paul Labe at
plabe@harford.edu
Please call Dean, Paul Labe at 410-836-4326 for more
information.

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Course descriptions are as follows. Both classes run on Thursdays.
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ART 232 INTERACTIVE DESIGN
This course is designed to expand the students’ knowledge, skills and aesthetics in the use of digital media. Through a series of lectures, demonstrations, visual/communication problem-solving projects and critiques, students will learn to plan, design and communicate using interactive media. Emphasis is placed on theprocesses and techniques for creating intuitive and aesthetically engaging graphical user interfaces. Two lecture and two laboratory hours per week.

Prerequisites: ART 101 and ART 103 or permission of instructor. Coursefee.
- Software to be listed in schedule of classes
CRN 407040115 Weeks6:00 - 9:50 PMThur.Joppa Hall, Rm. 003

ART 230 2D COMPUTER ANIMATION
This course expands the students’ knowledge, skills and aesthetics in the use of digital media. Through a series of lectures, demonstrations, visual/conceptual problem-solving projects and critiques, students learn the principles and techniques for creating 2-D computer animations. Topics include vector-graphic animation, bit-mapped
animation, and the use of montage, collage, motion and transformations
as forms of expression. Two lecture and two laboratory hours per week.
Prerequisites: ART 101 and ART 120 or permission of instructor. Course fee.
- Software to be listed in schedule of classes

CRN 407030115 Weeks 12:45 - 4:35 PMThur. Joppa Hall, Rm. 003


DISCUSSION

Adjunct Faculty for Interactive Design + 2D Computer Animation:::::Harford Community College, Bel Air, MD


Adjunct Faculty Needed
Harford Community College
Bel Air, Maryland
http://www.harford.edu

30 minutes North of Baltimore
60 minutes South of Philadelphia

The Visual Communications/Digital Arts Program of the Visual,
Performing + Applied Arts Division is seeking
adjunct faculty to teach the following courses this semester. Semester
starts September 8, 2005 through December 15, 2005

Both classes run on Thursdays, once per week for a 15 week. Classes
are taught in the new Joppa Arts Complex in Mac labs using current
software.
Submit current CV to Dean, Paul Labe at plabe@harford.edu
Please call Dean, Paul Labe at 410-836-4326 for more information.

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ART 232 INTERACTIVE DESIGN
This course is designed to expand the students' knowledge, skills and
aesthetics in the use of digital media. Through a series of lectures,
demonstrations, visual/communication problem-solving projects and
critiques, students will learn to plan, design and communicate using
interactive media. Emphasis is placed on the processes and techniques
for creating intuitive and aesthetically engaging graphical user
interfaces. Two lecture and two laboratory hours per week.
Prerequisites: ART 101 and ART 103 or permission of instructor. Course
fee.
- Software to be listed in schedule of classes
407040115 Weeks6:00 - 9:50 PMThur.Joppa Hall, Rm. 003

ART 230 2D COMPUTER ANIMATION
This course expands the students' knowledge, skills and aesthetics in
the use of digital media. Through a series of lectures, demonstrations,
visual/conceptual problem-solving projects and critiques, students
learn the principles and techniques for creating 2-D computer
animations. Topics include vector-graphic animation, bit-mapped
animation, and the use of montage, collage, motion and transformations
as forms of expression. Two lecture and two laboratory hours per week.
Prerequisites: ART 101 and ART 120 or permission of instructor. Course
fee.
- Software to be listed in schedule of classes

407030115 Weeks 12:45 - 4:35 PMThur. Joppa Hall, Rm. 003

DISCUSSION

Digital Arts/Interactive Media 1 Year Appointment-Harford Community College, Bel Air Maryland


DATE OF NOTICE:
March 29, 2005

http://www.harford.edu/Department/HumanRes/JobsFolder/Art_VisualComm_Faculty_TermAppt.htm
 
 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
This is a ten-month position scheduled to begin August 15, 2005 (subject to available funding).  The instructor will be responsible for teaching a variety of art and visual communication courses, including computer graphics, multimedia, animation, design for the web, and possibly 2D design, 3D design, and/or color theory.  Duties include, but are not limited to:  developing and/or revising curriculum as appropriate, advising students, supervision of the MAC Lab, and other duties as assigned.
 
 
REQUIREMENTS:
Master of Fine Arts degree in Digital Arts, New Media, Graphic Design or related discipline and college-level teaching experience required.  An equivalent combination of education and professional experience may be considered.  Mastery of print, multimedia and web publishing applications, interactive media, and digital imaging curricula including, but not limited to, Photoshop, Illustrator, QuarkXPress, Director, Flash, Dreamweaver, After Effects, and Final Cut Pro is essential.  Proficiency with 2D animation and/or 3D Modeling and Animation preferred.  Additional skills necessary require a demonstrated expertise of print and web page design, typography, digital imaging, multimedia authoring, and digital video.  Knowledge in the history of digital media and electronic culture is preferred.  Professional level knowledge of Macintosh OS X and software and hardware troubleshooting, some knowledge of networking and network file management are required skills.
 
 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Submit 20 examples of your work and 10-20 examples of your students' work (slides, CD, DVD, or URL).  If you would like your submissions returned to you, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope.  Include a cover letter or statement outlining how each qualification listed above is met, resume or curriculum vitae, and copies of graduate transcripts (official transcripts will be required if appointed to the position).
 
 
TO APPLY (choose one of the following options):
Download and print the EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION from our website www.harford.edu (Adobe Acrobat Reader required), call the HCC Job Line at 410-836-4202 (toll-free 877-239-2636), OR send an e-mail request (include name, address, & position of interest) to agillesp@harford.edu or vstaley@harford.edu.
RESUMES ARE ENCOURAGED BUT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
IN LIEU OF AN EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION.
« Only candidates receiving further consideration will be contacted. «

For best consideration, the completed application materials,
signed in all areas, should be returned
by May 30, 2005 to:
Human Resources
Harford Community College
401 Thomas Run Road
Bel Air, Maryland 21015-1698
« Incomplete applications will not be accepted or reviewed. «