Golan Levin
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BIO
Golan Levin is an artist and engineer interested in exploring new modes of reactive expression. Through performances, digital artifacts, and virtual environments, Golan applies creative twists to digital technologies that highlight our relationship with machines, make visible our ways of interacting with each other, and explore the intersection of non-verbal communication and interactivity. Golan has exhibited and performed widely in Europe, America and Asia.

As an educator, Golan's pedagogy is concerned with reclaiming computation as a medium of personal expression. He teaches “studio art courses in computer science,” on themes like interactive art, generative form, digital fabrication, information visualization, and audiovisual performance.

At Carnegie Mellon University, Golan is currently an Associate Professor of Electronic Art, with courtesy appointments in Computer Science and Design. In 2009 he was also appointed Director of the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, a "meta-laboratory" within CMU dedicated to supporting "atypical, interdisciplinary and inter-institutional" research projects at the intersection of arts, sciences and technology. Golan has spent half his life as an artist embedded within technological research environments, in places like the MIT Media Laboratory, the Ars Electronica Futurelab, Eyebeam, and the former Interval Research Corporation in Palo Alto.
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JOB

Computational Design (Tenure-Track Position) at CMU


Deadline:
Sun Sep 19, 2010 00:51

Location:
United States of America

Announcing a Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Design and Computation
in the School of Design at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh:

The Position:
We are seeking a dynamic individual working in computational design to tackle global concerns, with experience in one or more of the following areas: information visualization and data mining, especially with very large and/or real-time data streams; experimental typography and interface design, with an emphasis on interactive software/hardware prototyping; interaction design for locative, mobile and/or wearable media; game design and other fields at the intersection of communication design and technology.

A candidate with a strong visual aesthetic, a trans-disciplinary orientation, conceptual rigor and contextual sensibilities is sought to teach 21st-century design skills and conduct innovative design research. We are looking for an individual who pushes current boundaries and explores new territories; thus the ability to forecast, identify and foster new areas of design research, experimentation and innovation is key. The position will involve collaboration with faculty in the School of Design as well as other departments across the University.

The ideal candidate is an expert in the application of algorithmic techniques to visual communication problems. Candidates should have demonstrable fluency in multiple programming environments for interactive visual prototyping, such as Processing, OpenFrameworks, Arduino, Jitter and/or ActionScript. A pedagogic orientation toward open-source methodologies and communities is especially welcome.

The School:
Carnegie Mellon’s School of Design is one of the oldest design programs in the United States, offering undergraduate, masters and PhD degrees in design. Located in one of the premier research universities in the world, the school is noted for its transdisciplinary masters degrees with the departments of English (Communication, Planning and Information Design) and Engineering (Masters in Product Development) and its BHA, BSA and BCSA undergraduate degree programs which enable students to design hybrid majors between Design and the humanities, natural sciences, and computer science.

At Carnegie Mellon University School of Design, we believe design is central to a better future. We employ design methods that synthesize traditional approaches with technological innovations to meet human needs. In 2009 the School began a re-visioning process that places "design for society and the environment" at the heart of the program, educating designers as transdisciplinary problem-solvers, and as catalysts for positive change. The School will launch several new master's degrees as well as executive and continuing education programs over the next two years, providing several opportunities to expand its visionary and collaborative faculty.

Qualifications:
We seek a versatile designer with a significant record of professional practice, teaching, research publications, and/or public exhibitions. Candidates should have a master’s degree or equivalent practical experience. University-level teaching experience is desirable. Carnegie Mellon University is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunities employer committed to diversity.

Application to Include:
· Letter of application with teaching and practice philosophies
· Curriculum Vitae
· Documentation of work (see below)
· Contact information, including phone numbers, for 3 references
(No recommendation letters are required at this time)

Work Samples:
· Please provide a PDF containing up to 20 standard-size pages of visual and written documentation of your work. This PDF may also serve as a guide to additional online, interactive and/or video materials.
· Provide the URL of your web site and your Twitter handle, if applicable. Sites will be viewed on Safari/Mac OSX with standard installations of Java and Flash. Include instructions for viewing select interactive projects, if applicable.
· Up to 10 minutes of time-based work may be submitted on DVD-R, or in a web page with embedded video streams from e.g. Vimeo or YouTube.
· Include samples of published research, if applicable.
· Include a self-addressed stamped envelope for the return of your materials.

Email:
Kristin Hughes, kh@cmu.edu

Or mail to:
Attn: Kristin Hughes
Design and Computation - Faculty Search
School of Design, MMCH-110
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh PA 15213-3890

Application Deadline:
06 December 2010 - or until position is filled.
Position begins August 2011.


JOB

Visiting Assistant Professor @ CMU: Electronic & Time-Based Art


Deadline:
Mon Sep 01, 2008 23:09

Location:
United States of America

Dear Rhizome friends,

It is my pleasure to announce a Visiting Assistant Professor faculty position in Electronic and Time-Based Art at Carnegie Mellon University -- a dynamic research institution in a friendly and inexpensive city. This is a two-year position with the possibility of an additional year; more details are below.

Yours sincerely,

Golan Levin
Associate Professor of Electronic Art
School of Art, Carnegie Mellon University

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Visiting Faculty Position - Electronic and Time Based Art

Beginning August 2009
Carnegie Mellon University School of Art


The School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University is seeking to fill a two-year full-time visiting position in the School of Art's Electronic and Time Based (ETB) area, recently ranked #1 in multimedia (http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/grad/art/multimedia) by US News & World Report. We are seeking a dynamic individual working in technology-based art with experience in one or more of the following areas: animation, video, robotics, computational art, programming for internet based interactive and/or virtual environments, interactive audio, performance, motion capture and real time graphics, computer vision, artificial life, or biotechnology. Expertise and experience in other media is also welcome. Conceptual strengths, contextual sensibilities and a multidisciplinary orientation are sought to teach freshman to graduate levels and work with an enthusiastic faculty team to continue developing the ETB area.

The School of Art is one of five schools in the College of Fine Arts, which also includes the Schools of Architecture, Design, Drama and Music. Its undergraduate and graduate curricula require media, concept, community affiliation, and visual culture exploration as well as university academic study. Areas of concentration include Painting, Drawing and Printmaking; Sculpture, Installation, and Site-Work; Electronic and Time-Based Work and Contextual Practice. The School consists of 23 full-time faculty, 9 staff members, about 200 undergraduates and 18 graduate students. In addition to BFA and MFA degrees in Art, interdisciplinary degrees are offered in collaboration with other colleges in the university. The School co-administrates a university gallery, the Miller Gallery, and is actively involved with the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry and the Center for the Arts in Society, unique centers for interdisciplinary arts research and education affiliated with the College of Fine Arts.

Qualifications:
Advanced Degree or equivalent. University level teaching experience required beyond teaching assistantships. A versatile artist with a significant digital/electronic, time based media art background and exhibition record. Carnegie Mellon is an Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunities employer committed to diversity.

Appointment Levels:
Visiting Assistant Professor. Two-year position begins late August 2009 with possibility of an additional year.

Salary and Benefits:
Commensurate with experience.

Additional Programmatic Information:
http://artserver.cfa.cmu.edu/
http://www.art.cfa.cmu.edu/people/position-announcements

Applications to Include:
· Letter of application with teaching philosophy
· Curriculum Vitae
· Names/addresses/telephone numbers of 3 references (no recommendation letters). Documentation of artwork: Submit up to 10 minutes of time-based work. Submit video on DVD. Submit audio work on audio CD, or in any standard audio format. 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 noted. Please enclose self-addressed stamped envelope for return of materials.

Send applications to:
ETB Faculty Search
School of Art, College of Fine Arts, CFA-300
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh PA 15213-3890

Application review will begin January 23, 2009.


JOB

Job position: Visiting or Tenure-Track Professor of Electronic Art @ CMU


Deadline:
Sat Jan 19, 2008 00:43

Location:
United States of America

Dear Rhizome Colleagues,
The Carnegie Mellon School of Art is pleased to announce:

a PROFESSOR POSITION in ELECTRONIC TIME-BASED ARTS:
Tenure-Track or Visiting Faculty Position
Carnegie Mellon University School of Art
Beginning August 2008

The School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University is seeking to fill a full-time position. The position will be tenure track or visiting in the Electronic and Time Based area, depending on the applicant's qualifications. We are seeking a dynamic individual working in technology-based art with experience in one or more of the following areas: robotics, programming for internet based interactive and/or virtual environments, interactive audio, performance, motion capture and real time graphics, computer vision, artificial life or biotechnology. Artists with a significant track record in digital/electronic forms who are qualified for joint appointments between electronic art and computer sciences, natural sciences and engineering will also be considered. Visiting faculty with expertise in electronic media and additional experience in other media are also encouraged. A multidisciplinary orientation, conceptual strengths and contextual sensibilities are sought to teach freshman through to graduate students and work with a dynamic faculty team to develop the Electronic and Time Based area in the School of Art.

Qualifications: Advanced Degree or equivalent. University level teaching experience required beyond teaching assistantships. A versatile artist with a significant digital/electronic, time based media art background and exhibition record. Carnegie Mellon is an Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunities employer committed to diversity.

Appointment Levels: Visiting Assistant Professor or tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor. Position begins late August 2008.
Salary and Benefits: Commensurate with experience
Additional Information: http://artserver.cfa.cmu.edu/

Applications should include:
• Letter of application with teaching philosophy
• Curriculum Vitae
• Names/addresses/telephone numbers of 3 references (no recommendation letters).
• Documentation of artwork: Submit up to 10 minutes of time based work, video in DVD, VHS (NTSC only) or DV format. Cue videotapes to the viewing point. Submit audio on audio CD, or MP3 files on CD-ROM, web-based work on CD-ROM or DVD-R. (Web work will be viewed on Safari/Mac OS X. Include instructions for viewing. Specify any non-standard plug-ins that will be needed to view web-based work, so they can be downloaded in advance). Submit computer animation on CD-ROM or DVD-R as a QuickTime, Flash, or Shockwave file. Include instructions for viewing. Please do not apply any type of adhesive label to CD or DVD media. These add to the thickness of the disc and can cause problems in certain types of CD/DVD drives. Use a permanent felt-tipped marker to label discs. Computer-based work is viewed on Mac OS X systems. Please enclose self-addressed stamped envelope for return of materials.

Send to:
ETB Faculty Search
School of Art, College of Fine Arts, CFA 300
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh PA 15213-3890

Application Deadline: February 29, 2008 - or until position is filled


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Dear Friends,

The attached PDF announces the position for the curator of our university
art gallery at CMU. The deadline for applications is coming up soon, on
September 17, so we're doing one last round of reminders to generate more
applications. It would be great if you could pass this along to any cool
curator-types you know. As a paid, salaried position with an
exhibition budget, it could be appealing for an independent
contemporary-arts curator looking for some stability and opportunity in an
inexpensive and livable city.

Thanks much!
Sincerely,
Golan Levin
Associate Professor of Electronic Art
Carnegie Mellon University

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Position Announcement
Director, Regina Gouger Miller Gallery
College of Fine Arts
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA

The College of Fine Arts at Carnegie Mellon University is comprised of the
five Schools of Architecture, Art, Design, Drama and Music; the Studio for
Creative Inquiry; and the Regina Gouger Miller Gallery. We are presently
searching for a Gallery Director to be responsible for the stewardship,
management and curatorial programming of the 9,000-square-foot Regina Gouger
Miller Gallery in the Purnell Center for the Arts. Requires comprehensive
knowledge of contemporary art, art gallery management and operations,
university policies, fiscal management, fundraising and public relations.
Requires innovative approaches to exhibitions and extensive experience
dealing with artists and their needs to mount state-of-the-art exhibitions
and installations. Selects and presents art (including appropriate College
of Fine Arts student exhibitions) for and in a stimulating environment that
engages a diverse audience and encourages interaction among artists,
faculty, staff and students, and the general public. Actively embraces art
as an open-ended process within a pedagogical context. Plans and oversees
all public gallery programs for various university and community audiences.
Reports to the Dean of the College of Fine Arts and works in liaison with
the Head of the School of Art.

Minimum Qualifications: MFA, MA, Master of Arts Administration/Arts
Management. At least 5 or more years in a related arts management and/or
curatorial position; proven fundraising experience including grant writing.
The ideal candidate will bring to the position a successful track record in
exhibition curation and management, public programming, graphic
communications and publishing, public relations, fiscal management and
fundraising. Enthusiasm for experimentation and openness to working outside
established norms and methods, and comfort working in university setting
known for innovation on the frontiers of technology and science are
preferred.

Salary: Negotiable
Application Deadline: September 17, 2007
Submit applications on-line via Careers@CarnegieMellon. Position #3324
http://hr.web.cmu.edu/prospective/
Carnegie Mellon is an affirmative action and equal employment opportunity
employer.

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