Annette Weintraub
Since the beginning
Works in New York, New York United States of America

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BIO
Annette Weintraub is a media artist whose projects embed layered narratives within a variety of architectural constructs. Her work is an investigation of architecture as visual language, and focuses on the dynamics of urban space, the intrusion of media into public space and the symbolism of space. Her work has been presented at the International Art Biennial-Buenos Aires, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes 2002, Buenos Aires, Argentina, The 5th Biennial of Media and Architecture in Graz Austria, The Whitney Biennial 2000, The International Center for Photography/ICP, The International Film Festival Rotterdam, Thirteen/WNET TV’s Reel New York.Web and in numerous other national and international exhibitions. Commissioned works include projects for Turbulence, CEPA, and The Ruschlikon Centre for Global Dialogue.
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OPPORTUNITY

Assistant Professor, New Media Artist


Deadline:
Thu Jan 05, 2006 11:35

Assistant Professor, New Media.
Department of Art, The City College of New York.
Tenure-track Starting September. 1, 2006, pending budgetary approval.

The Department of Art seeks a New Media artist with strong programming and broad technical skills, working in 3D modeling/animation, physical computing, interactive design or other closely related areas of New Media art/design. Candidate will teach undergraduate courses in digital art/design from among 3D and 2DImaging, Multimedia Design and Multimedia Projects, and Critical Issues in Technology. Experience programming/scripting in languages from among C++, Java and Processing, Perl, php and Javascript as well as expertise in electronics is desired. Applicants are expected to have working knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator and HTML. Candidate should be conversant with contemporary practices, criticism, and theory in New Media and have the ability to articulate these concerns.

MFA or equivalent degree, one or more years of University teaching experience (full-time preferred), outstanding creative portfolio with national and international exhibition record and evidence of ongoing creative research are required. Candidate should demonstrate excellent administrative and communication skills. Position includes shared responsibility for program administration as well as department and university committee work and significant student advisement. Successful candidate will show evidence of commitment to undergraduate teaching, personal research and service to department and college.

Salary range: $35,031- $65,308 commensurate with qualifications and experience

Submit a letter of application, resume, artists’ statement and a statement of teaching philosophy, (samples of other expository writing encouraged), extensive visual documentation of own work and up to twenty samples of student work on DVD/CD or online; self-addressed stamped envelope; names, addresses, titles and phone numbers of three references to:

Professor Colin Chase, Art Department
The City College, CUNY
l38th Street & Convent Avenue
New York, NY 1001
(212) 650-7420
fax (212) 650-7438

Applications will be reviewed beginning February 15, 2006 and the search will continue until the position is filled.

THE CITY COLLEGE OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT/EMPLOYER.
Additional information available at www.ccny.cuny.edu. CUNY Personnel Vacancy Notice No.: 11428.


DISCUSSION

Visiting Artist Position


please post to the list

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Visiting Assistant Professor. Starting Sept. 1, 2004.
Interactive Multimedia/Digital Video/Computer-based Design
Department of Art, The City College of New York.
Qualifications: M.F.A. or equivalent, plus college teaching. Seeking
a professionally-engaged artist or artits/designer with broad
interests/skills in interactive multimedia, digital video and screen
based design. Other interests might include physical computing,
and/or gaming. To teach undergraduate courses in interactive
multimedia, digital video and BFA thesis, plus possible development
of courses in gaming/physical computing. Strong
exhibition/professional record of achievement. Must demonstrate
excellent administrative, communication and technical skills. Shared
responsibility for program administration as well as department
committee work and significant student advisement.

Send a Letter of Interest with CV by email, asap to: Professor
Annette Weintraub at weintraub@ccny.cuny.edu.
Finalists will be asked to send an artists' statement, statement of
teaching philosophy; CV; portfolio of own and student work on CD or
as URL, along with the names, addresses & phone numbers of 3
references by July 26, 2004.

For furtheer information contact: Professor Ellen Handy, Chair, Art
Department. City College of New York. Convent Avenue at 138th Street,
NY, NY 10031. 212 650-7421. An AAEO/ADA/IRCA Employer.
http://www.ccny.cuny.edu/electronic_design

OPPORTUNITY

2 faculty positions at City College, NYC


Deadline:
Tue Jan 07, 2003 01:00

Please post:
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Assistant/Associate Professor, Tenure Track
Digital Photography and Photography,
The City College of New York, Department of Art
PVN #:fy1608
Closing Date: 02/10/03

Duties and Responsibilities:
Tenure track position in Art at the Assistant or Associate professor
level, subject to budgetary approval. The successful candidate will
be expected to help integrate traditional dark room photography and
digital imaging disciplines in Art Department offering BA degree with
area specializations in studio art and BFA in Electronic Design and
Multimedia. He or she will also expand the undergraduate curriculum
in digital imaging as well as teach foundation photography; and
participate in development of digital imaging facilities.
Consultation on BFA thesis presentations and participation in the
publishing and design activities of the Robinson Center for Graphic
Arts and Communication Design, as well as substantial student
advisement, are also required.

Requirements:
M.F.A. required, M.F.A in Digital Photography preferred; strong
record of professional achievement with active exhibition
record/commercial practice; familiarity with contemporary theory and
new media criticism; a minimum of one year of college teaching beyond
graduate assistantships; and strong organizational and administrative
skills, also required.

Salary range:
$35,031-$77,529 commensurate with qualifications and experience

To apply:
Send CV, a statement of teaching/design philosophy; visual
documentation of your own work and twenty samples of student work in
slides or on CD or disk, and the names, addresses and phone numbers
of three (3) professional references postmarked by the closing date
to:

Professor Ellen Handy, Chair (include PVN#)
Art Department
The City College, CUNY
Convent Avenue at 138th St.
New York, NY 10031

The City College of New York has a strong institutional commitment to
the principle of diversity. In that spirit, we are particularly
interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of people,
including women and under-represented groups. Upon request,
reasonable accommodations will be provided for individuals with
disabilities.

All candidates must meet IRCA employment eligibility requirements for
appointment.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/IRCA/AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT EMPLOYER

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Assistant/Associate Professor, Tenure Track
3D Modeling and Digital Media
The City College of New York, Department of Art
PVN #: fy1610
Closing Date: 02/10/03

Duties and Responsibilities:
Tenure track position in Art in three-dimensional modeling, rendering
and animation at the Assistant or Associate Professor level, subject
to budgetary approval. Develop and expand undergraduate courses in
3D imaging in Art Department offering BA degree with area
specializations in studio art and BFA in Electronic Design and
Multimedia; with knowledge of Maya (Macintosh platform). The
successful candidate may also teach courses in other aspects of
digital media. Consultation on BFA thesis presentations and
participation in the publishing and design activities of the Robinson
Center for Graphic Arts and Communication Design; substantial student
advisement and program development, also required.

Requirements:
M.F.A. in 3D Design/3D Animation; a strong record of professional
achievement with active exhibition record/commercial practice;
familiarity with contemporary theory and new media criticism; a
minimum of one year of college teaching beyond graduate
assistantships; and strong organizational and administrative skills.

Salary range:
$35,031-$77,529 commensurate with qualifications and experience.

To apply:
Send CV, a statement of teaching/design philosophy; visual
documentation of your own work and twenty samples of student work on
CD or disk or other digital media; and he names, addresses and phone
numbers of three (3) professional references postmarked by the
closing date to:

Professor Ellen Handy, Chair (include PVN#)
Art Department
The City College, CUNY
Convent Avenue at 138th St.
New York, NY 10031

The City College of New York has a strong institutional commitment to
the principle of diversity. In that spirit, we are particularly
interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of people,
including women and under-represented groups. Upon request,
reasonable accommodations will be provided for individuals with
disabilities.

All candidates must meet IRCA employment eligibility requirements for
appointment.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/IRCA/AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT EMPLOYER