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CADRE MFA


CADRE Laboratory for New Media
MFA Digital Media Art Program at San Jose State University
http://cadre.sjsu.edu

The CADRE Laboratory is now accepting applications for MFA in Digital
Media Art through February 15th, 2008.

The CADRE Laboratory for New Media is an interdisciplinary academic
and research program dedicated to the experimental use of information
technology and art. Established in 1984 CADRE is a renown center for
creativity, research and practice involving digital media. The MFA
program in Digital Media Art focuses on the experimental application
of technologies and art and is informed by historical, cultural, and
theoretical study. Desired focus areas include but are not limited
to: imaging, mobility, gaming, mapping, social networks, net art and
information and database visualization. The CADRE Laboratory is
located in the School of Art and Design at San Jose State University,
the oldest public institution of higher education in California. The
city of San Jose is in the heart of Silicon Valley and reflects the
entrepreneurial culture and diversity of the region.

The MFA is a 3 year program of study including seminars, art history,
studio courses and independent study. Student progress is monitored
through a series of open faculty reviews and exhibitions.
Transdisciplinary practice is encouraged through courses outside of
the School of Art and Design as may be appropriate to individual
development. CADRE is the publisher of SWITCH <switch.sjsu.edu> an
on-line journal examining critical and theoretical discourses
involving new media. SWITCH provides opportunity for students to
publish scholarly texts, develop curatorial projects and to present
their art works to an international audience.

CADRE offers a variety programming involving exhibitions, symposia
and a visiting artists in residency which compliment the MFA
program. CADRE was host to the ISEA2006 Symposium held in August
2006 and is a visionary partner in the ZERO1 San Jose biennial
festival.<01sj.org>. CADRE is also the publisher of SWITCH, an on-
line journal dedicated to New Media Art discourse which provides
opportunities for graduate students to engage in a significant
publishing endeavor. SWITCH has served as a platform for graduate
students to emerge as writers, editors, curators, and theorists.

For more information:

Debra Wigas, MFA Graduate Admissions School of Art and Design:
dwigis@email.sjsu.edu

or contact Joel Slayton, Director, CADRE Laboratory for New Media

joel@well.com

TO APPLY

The complete application procedure can be found online at: http://
ad.sjsu.edu/programs/grad_programs.html

Deadline for Applications is February 15, 2008.
Additional Faculty

Shona Kitchen,<shonakitchen@gmail.com>
Steve Durie, <steved@posthypnotic.com>
Dore Bowen, doreflux@free.fr
Shannon Wright <sw@shannonwright.org>

INFORMATION

http://cadre.sjsu.edu
http://switch.sjsu.edu
http://isea2006.sjsu.edu
http://01sj.org

Joel Slayton
Director, SJSU CADRE Laboratory
and FUSE: CADRE/Montalvo Artist Research Residency


DISCUSSION

CADRE MFA Accepting Applications


CADRE Laboratory for New Media
MFA Digital Media Art at San Jose State University
http://cadre.sjsu.edu

The CADRE Laboratory is now accepting applications for MFA Digital
Media Art through February 5th, 2007.

The CADRE Laboratory for New Media is an interdisciplinary academic
and research program. Established in 1984 CADRE is a renown center
for creativity, research and studio practice involving digital media
tools and processes. The MFA program focuses on artistic
applications of computing technology informed by historical,
cultural, and theoretical study. Focus areas include but are not
limited to: imaging, mobility, gaming, mapping, social networks,
networks and information visualization. The CADRE Laboratory is
located in the School of Art and Design at San Jose State University,
the oldest public institution of higher education in California. The
City of San Jose is in the heart of Silicon Valley and reflects the
entrepreneurial culture and diversity of the region.

The MFA is a 3 year program of study that includes seminars, art
history, studio courses and independent study. Student progress is
monitored through a series of reviews and exhibition of works. A
culminating thesis exhibition in the University Art Gallery is
required. Students are encouraged to take courses throughout the
University as may be appropriate to their development. The MFA
emphasizes collaborative practice and a engaged graduate community.

CADRE offers a variety programming involving exhibitions, symposia
and a visiting artists which compliment the MFA study. CADRE is a
visionary partner in the ZERO1 San Jose Biennale: a Global Festival
of Art on the Edge <01sj.org> and was host to the International
Symposium for Electronic Art in 2006. The CADRE Laboratory and the
prestigious Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga, California are partners
in FUSE a research residency program that brings international
artists to work on collaborations with students. CADRE is the
publisher of SWITCH <switch.sjsu.edu> an on-line journal examining
critical and theoretical discourses involving new media. SWITCH is
produced and managed by graduate students and provides an opportunity
to publish scholarly texts, develop curatorial projects and to
present art works to an international audience.

Joel Slayton, Director CADRE Laboratory and FUSE: cadre/montalvo
research residency: joel@well.com

Faculty:

Dore Bowen

Steve Durie

Shona Kitchen

James Morgan

Shannon Wright

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
http://cadre.sjsu.edu
http://switch.sjsu.edu
http://01sj.org

TO APPLY

Deadline for Applications is February 5, 2008.

To obtain application information please contact:
Debra Wigas, MFA Graduate Admissions School of Art and Design:
dwigis@email.sjsu.ed


DISCUSSION

CADRE Faculty Position Announcement


CADRE Laboratory for New Media

School of Art and Design

San Jos=E9 State University

San Jos=E9, California

ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION AVAILABILITY

Job Opening ID (JOID): 013092

Rank: Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track)

Qualifications: Graduate MFA degree emphasizing digital media =20
practice or PH.D in Art History or New Media research/practice is =20
required. Demonstrated record of professional activities including =20
exhibitions and publications is required. This position is directly =20
affiliated with the CADRE Laboratory for New Media, an =20
interdisciplinary academic program emphasizing experimental practice =20
and research. Candidates must demonstrate artistic achievement in an =20
area of expertise informing the intersection of information culture =20
and contemporary art. Candidates must demonstrate familiarity with =20
emerging media and technologies as well as theoretical sophistication =20=

in cultural studies or social practices of digital media and =20
technology. Candidates with expertise in emerging areas of artistic =20
practice, history, and theory that involve mobile computing, gaming, =20
mapping, social networks, network art or information visualization =20
are preferred. Candidates with demonstrated theoretical or critical =20
authorship and/or curatorial practice, with community or public art =20
expertise desirable. Applicants should have awareness of and =20
sensitivity to the educational goals of a multicultural population as =20=

might have been gained in cross-cultural study, training, teaching =20
and other comparable experience. Teaching experience at the =20
university level is preferred.

The CADRE Laboratory under the Directorship of Joel Slayton, is a =20
unique platform for trans-disciplinary practice and research =20
<cadre.sjus.edu>. CADRE is host to FUSE: an artists research =20
residency in collaboration with the Montalvo Arts Center =20
<cadre.sjsu.edu/fuse> and is a visionary partner in the newly formed =20
biennale festival - 01SJ: A Global Festival of Art on the Edge =20
<01sj.org>. CADRE is the publisher of SWITCH, the on-line journal of =20=

new media theory and practice <switch.sjsu.edu>. San Jos=E9 State =20
University is California=92s oldest institution of public higher =20
learning. The campus is located on the southern end of San Francisco =20
Bay in downtown San Jos=E9 (Pop. 945,000), hub of the world-famous =20
Silicon Valley high-technology research and development center. A =20
member of the 23-campus CSU system, San Jos=E9 State University enrolls =20=

approximately 30,000 students, a significant percentage of whom are =20
members of minority groups.

This faculty position has direct responsibilities associated with =20
administration of CADRE special programs including publishing, =20
exhibiting, and symposia, as well as supervising sponsored projects. =20=

Faculty from Fine Arts, Graphic and Industrial Design, Art Education, =20=

Museum Studies and Art History are involved; the faculty member is =20
therefore expected to display leadership skills and demonstrate a =20
record of fundraising or development skills including grant writing =20
and/or individual solicitation for sponsored research projects. =20
Academic responsibilities include teaching a range of undergraduate =20
and graduate courses in digital media and in the Art History program.

Salary Range: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Starting Date: August 21, 2008

Application Procedures: For full consideration send a letter of =20
application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests/=20
philosophy, creative, scholarly or research plans, and at least three =20=

original letters of reference with contact information by January 23, =20=

2008 to:

Chair, Digital Media Search Committee, Please include Job Opening ID =20
School of Art and Design (JOID) on all correspondence. Representative =20=

examples of your creative and scholarly work can be submitted on-line =20=

or CD/DVD.

Chair Digital Media Search Committee

San Jos=E9 State University

One Washington Square

San Jos=E9, CA 95192-0089

Joel Slayton
Director, CADRE Laboratory and
FUSE: CADRE/Montalvo Artist Research Residency


DISCUSSION

CADRE FACULTY POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT


CADRE Laboratory for New Media

School of Art and Design

San Jos=E9 State University

San Jos=E9, California

ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION AVAILABILITY

Job Opening ID (JOID): 013092

Rank: Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track)

Qualifications: Graduate MFA degree emphasizing digital media =20
practice or PH.D in Art History or New Media research/practice is =20
required. Demonstrated record of professional activities including =20
exhibitions and publications is required. This position is directly =20
affiliated with the CADRE Laboratory for New Media, an =20
interdisciplinary academic program emphasizing experimental practice =20
and research. Candidates must demonstrate artistic achievement in an =20
area of expertise informing the intersection of information culture =20
and contemporary art. Candidates must demonstrate familiarity with =20
emerging media and technologies as well as theoretical sophistication =20=

in cultural studies or social practices of digital media and =20
technology. Candidates with expertise in emerging areas of artistic =20
practice, history, and theory that involve mobile computing, gaming, =20
mapping, social networks, network art or information visualization =20
are preferred. Candidates with demonstrated theoretical or critical =20
authorship and/or curatorial practice, with community or public art =20
expertise desirable. Applicants should have awareness of and =20
sensitivity to the educational goals of a multicultural population as =20=

might have been gained in cross-cultural study, training, teaching =20
and other comparable experience. Teaching experience at the =20
university level is preferred.

The CADRE Laboratory under the Directorship of Joel Slayton, is a =20
unique platform for trans-disciplinary practice and research =20
<cadre.sjus.edu>. CADRE is host to FUSE: an artists research =20
residency in collaboration with the Montalvo Arts Center =20
<cadre.sjsu.edu/fuse> and is a visionary partner in the newly formed =20
biennale festival - 01SJ: A Global Festival of Art on the Edge =20
<01sj.org>. CADRE is the publisher of SWITCH, the on-line journal of =20=

new media theory and practice <switch.sjsu.edu>. San Jos=E9 State =20
University is California=92s oldest institution of public higher =20
learning. The campus is located on the southern end of San Francisco =20
Bay in downtown San Jos=E9 (Pop. 945,000), hub of the world-famous =20
Silicon Valley high-technology research and development center. A =20
member of the 23-campus CSU system, San Jos=E9 State University enrolls =20=

approximately 30,000 students, a significant percentage of whom are =20
members of minority groups.

This faculty position has direct responsibilities associated with =20
administration of CADRE special programs including publishing, =20
exhibiting, and symposia, as well as supervising sponsored projects. =20=

Faculty from Fine Arts, Graphic and Industrial Design, Art Education, =20=

Museum Studies and Art History are involved; the faculty member is =20
therefore expected to display leadership skills and demonstrate a =20
record of fundraising or development skills including grant writing =20
and/or individual solicitation for sponsored research projects. =20
Academic responsibilities include teaching a range of undergraduate =20
and graduate courses in digital media and in the Art History program.

Salary Range: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Starting Date: August 21, 2008

Application Procedures: For full consideration send a letter of =20
application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests/=20
philosophy, creative, scholarly or research plans, and at least three =20=

original letters of reference with contact information by January 23, =20=

2008 to:

Chair, Digital Media Search Committee, Please include Job Opening ID =20
School of Art and Design (JOID) on all correspondence. Representative =20=

examples of your creative and scholarly work can be submitted on-line =20=

or CD/DVD.

Chair Digital Media Search Committee

San Jos=E9 State University

One Washington Square

San Jos=E9, CA 95192-0089

Joel Slayton
Director, CADRE Laboratory and
FUSE: CADRE/Montalvo Artist Research Residency


DISCUSSION

Faculty Position: CADRE Laboratory


ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION AVAILABILITY

Digital Media Art

School of Art and Design

Job Opening ID (JOID): 013092

Rank: Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track)

Qualifications:

Graduate MFA degree emphasizing digital media practice or PH.D in Art
History or New Media research/practice is required. Demonstrated
record of professional activities including exhibitions and
publications is required. This position is directly affiliated with
the CADRE Laboratory for New Media, an interdisciplinary academic
program emphasizing experimental practice and research. Candidates
must demonstrate artistic achievement in an area of expertise
informing the intersection of information culture and contemporary
art. Candidates must demonstrate familiarity with emerging media and
technologies as well as theoretical sophistication in cultural
studies or social practices of digital media and technology.
Candidates with expertise in emerging areas of artistic practice,
history, and theory that involve mobile computing, gaming, mapping,
social networks, network art or information visualization are
preferred. Candidates with demonstrated theoretical or critical
authorship and/or curatorial practice, with community or public art
expertise desirable. Applicants should have awareness of and
sensitivity to the educational goals of a multicultural population as
might have been gained in crosscultural study, training, teaching and
other comparable experience. Teaching experience at the university
level is preferred.

Responsibilities:

The CADRE Laboratory is a unique platform for trans-disciplinary
practice and research. This faculty position has direct
responsibilities associated with administration of CADRE special
programs included publishing, exhibiting, and symposia, as well as
supervising sponsored projects. The CADRE Laboratory is a unique
platform for trans-disciplinary practice and research. Faculty from
Fine Arts, Graphic and Industrial Design, Art Education, Museum
Studies and Art History are involved; the faculty member is therefore
expected to displa leadership skills and demonstrate a record of
fundraising or development skills including grant writing and/or
individual solicitation for sponsored research projects. Academic
responsibilities include teaching a range of undergraduate and
graduate courses in digital media and in the Art History program.
Artist will have the opportunity to teach in a variety of cross-
disciplinary practice areas, including graduate seminars in history
and theory of digital media, and a variety of experimental courses.
Artist will also share student advising, curriculum development,
student recruitment and student admissions responsibilities. Active
involvement on School and University governance and planning
committees is required. Candidate must have the ability to address
the needs of ethnically diverse students through course materials,
teaching strategies and advisement. Candidate must address the needs
of a student population of great diversity