School of Art Carnegie Mellon University
Works in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania United States of America

Carnegie Mellon University's School of Art encourages experimentation and hybrid practices, as well as the history and traditions of art. Practice and theory are integrated aspects of study in all degree programs. The relationship between content and form is investigated from both practical and theoretical perspectives.

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- Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) 4-year

- Interdisciplinary undergraduate arts degrees
Bachelor of Humanities & Arts (BHA)
Bachelor of Science & Arts (BSA)
Bachelor of Computer Science & Arts (BCSA)

- Master of Fine Arts (MFA) 3-year
#1 MFA in Multimedia #7 MFA Program overall (US News & World Report)

The School of Art is one of 5 schools in the College of Fine Arts (CFA) at Carnegie Mellon University including: Architecture, Design, Drama and Music. Founded in 1905, the College was the first comprehensive arts teaching institution in the US.

A faculty of more than 30 active professionals, 200 undergraduates, 18 graduates, 10 administrative/technical staff, affiliate research institutions, and diverse alumni make up our growing family. Friends always welcome.

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SCULPTURE POSITION: Tenure Track or Visiting Faculty Position w/ possible renewal, Begins August 2011

Sun Jan 30, 2011 00:00

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
United States of America

SCULPTURE POSITION: Tenure Track or Visiting Faculty Position
with possible renewal, Beginning August 2011

DEADLINE:  postmarked by January 30, 2011
The School of Art (SOA) at Carnegie Mellon University is announcing a
tenure-track or visiting faculty position in Sculpture/Installation/Site
to teach energetic and motivated students in BFA and MFA programs. A candidate deeply engaged with contemporary processes and issues in sculpture is sought. A significant exhibition record and an advanced degree or equivalent with three years of University level teaching experience beyond teaching assistantships is desired. We are
seeking a dynamic artist committed to a creative practice with a strong background in sculpture that may include interdisciplinarity and various media and models of art making. The position includes the potential for collaboration with other divisions on campus such as the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Human Computer Interaction Institute, Robotics  Institute, Digital Fabrication Lab, and more. Salary and benefits are competitive. Carnegie Mellon is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunities employer committed to diversity. Minorities are
encouraged to apply. 
Materials To Include:
• Letter of application with teaching philosophy and
artist statement
• Curriculum Vitae
• Proposal for an advanced level undergraduate class in
the SIS area Names/addresses/telephone numbers of 3
references (no recommendation letters).
• Documentation of artwork: Submit up to 20 examples of
work documented on CD or website. Please include a
printed work list detailing: title, dimensions, media,
year, etc.
• Documentation of time-based or interactive work should
include navigation instructions, if applicable, and
should not exceed five minutes of total viewing time.
Please use a permanent felt-tipped marker to label
discs, rather than adhesive labels, which may cause
problems in slot-loading CD/DVD Drives. Computer-based
work is viewed on Mac OS X systems unless otherwise
• Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope for return of
materials (if needed).
Send to:
Sculpture Position Search
School of Art
College of Fine Arts
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890