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BIO
Shawn Brixey is Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts at York University, in Toronto, Canada. He is the former Floyd and Delores Jones Endowed Chair for Arts, as well as Co-Founder and former Director of the pioneering research centre and doctoral program DXARTS (The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media) at the University of Washington, Seattle. Brixey is an artist, educator, researcher, writer, and inventor working primarily at the interface of art, science and technology.

York University is the second largest research university in Canada, and The Faculty of Fine Arts at York one of the largest fine and performing arts faculty in North America, with more than 250 faculty, 500 graduate students and 3000 undergraduates across Art, Dance, Design, Digital Media, Film/Video, Theatre and Performance Studies, Art History and Cultural Studies.
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OPPORTUNITY

RESEARCH FELLOW/LECTURER POSITIONS AVAILABLE DXARTS UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, SEATTLE


Deadline:
Fri Dec 17, 2004 13:11

RESEARCH FELLOW/LECTURER DXARTS

December 2004

University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS)

http://www.washington.edu/dxarts

University of Washington, Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media, is seeking to fill one year (with possibility of renewal) Research Fellow/Lecturer Positions in Digital and Experimental Arts. The successful candidates should be prepared to pursue innovative research in their main fields of study and to teach introductory level courses in history, theory and studio practice of digital and experimental art forms. Applicants should be broadly interdisciplinary with strong technical skill and practical experience synthesized from multiple areas of the arts and sciences. Examples include; electronic performance, interactive installation, database and interface, net art, digital cinema, computer music, digital sound, robotics, telematics, etc.

Masters degree or equivalent required. Application must include: CV,
artist statement, statement on pedagogy, and a portfolio of
current professional creative work and research. Support materials must include three references with phone numbers, mail and e-mail address. Samples of previous course design and recent student work is highly encouraged. Portfolio work may be formatted for viewing on any platform and may include video. Please include a SASE for return of materials.

Application materials should be addressed to: Professors Shawn Brixey and Juan Pampin, co-chairs, Research Fellows Search Committee, DXARTS, 207 Raitt Hall, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195-3680. Priority will be given to applications received before February 15, 2004. The University of Washington is building a culturally diverse faculty, and strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates. The University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer.

For detailed information about the application process and DXARTS visit the our website.

http://www.washington.edu/dxarts


OPPORTUNITY

PhD. Program in DXARTS Univeristy of Washington, Seattle


Deadline:
Fri Dec 17, 2004 13:00

PhD. Program in Digital Arts and Experimental Media

Univeristy of Washington, Seattle

http://www.washington.edu/dxarts.

The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) at the University of Washington in Seattle is seeking strong applications for its new path-breaking Ph.D. program. DXARTS is an autonomous degree granting Center in the College of Arts and Sciences at the UW. The new Ph.D. program embraces an expansive range of digital and experimental arts practice and research across multiple disciplines. Faculty and students in DXARTS work both in established areas of experimental arts such as Digital Video, Physical Computing, Mechatronics, Computer Music and Sound Art, Computer Animation, Telematics, etc., as well as pursue innovative areas of arts research and creative context that have no media allegiance or historical precedent. Creative work underway
in DXARTS draws from all combination of arts and sciences, and actively seeks the invention of completely new domains of arts practice.

The deadline for receipt of complete applications for the Ph.D. program is February 1 for Fall 2005 admission. International students should apply as soon as possible due to the extra administrative time needed to process these applications.

For more information about DXARTS including a complete description of the Ph.D. program, instructions for application, funding, and other particulars, see:

http://www.washington.edu/dxarts/academics

dear friends and colleagues,

we are currently looking for truly exceptional
applications to our doctoral program in dxarts at the
university of washington in seattle. we had a large number
of applications last year and would like to make sure
qualified people know that doctoral education in this field is available. we have a marvelously diverse doctoral cohort currently in residence, including students from paris, london, krakow, new york,
chicago and seattle.

we are still building up the program and i'd like to
ask your help forwarding this notice to any
hybrid art/sci/eng students and colleagues you
think might be interested and qualified.

the doctoral program is fully funded and students receive
a generous stipend, tuition waiver and benefits. they also
share a large industrial warehouse studio, and have unlimited
access to well equipped research laboratories.

apply or please feel free to have candidates contact me directly.

very warm regards,

shawn brixey
associate professor | associate director
center for digital arts and experimental media
207 raiit hall, university of washington
seattle, washington 98195
shawnx@u.washington.edu
www.dxarts.washington.edu/shawnx
vm. 206.616.1746 fx. 206.616.3346


OPPORTUNITY

Research Fellow-Lecturer positions at DXARTS, UW-Seattle


Deadline:
Wed Nov 12, 2003 01:37

RESEARCH FELLOW/LECTURER POSITIONS AVAILABLE

November 2003

University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS)

http://www.washington.edu/dxarts

University of Washington, Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media,
is seeking to fill one year (with possibility of renewal) Research
Fellow/Lecturer Positions in Digital and Experimental Arts. The successful
candidates should be prepared to pursue innovative research in their main
fields of study and to teach introductory level courses in history, theory
and studio practice of digital and experimental art forms. Applicants
should be broadly interdisciplinary with strong technical skill and practical
experience synthesized from multiple areas of the arts. Examples include;
electronic performance, interactive installation, database and interface,
net art, digital video, computer music, digital sound, robotics, telematics, etc.

Masters degree or equivalent required. Application must include: CV,
artist statement, statement on pedagogy, and a portfolio of professional
creative work and research.Support materials must include three references
with phone numbers, mail and e-mail address. Samples of previous course
design and recent student work is encouraged. Portfolio work may be
formatted for viewing on any platform and may include video. Please
include a SASE for return of materials. Also inform us if you will be
attending the CAA conference in Seattle, WA.

Application materials should be addressed to: Professors Shawn Brixey and
Juan Pampin, co-chairs, Research Fellows Search Committee, DXARTS, Box
353680, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195-3680. Priority
will be given to applications received before January 15, 2004. The
University of Washington is building a culturally diverse faculty, and
strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates. The
University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer.

For detailed information about DXARTS visit the Center's web site noted
above.


OPPORTUNITY

New Ph.D. Program in Digital Arts and Experimental Media


Deadline:
Thu Oct 23, 2003 21:26

University of Washington

New Ph.D. Program in Digital Arts and Experimental Media

http://www.washington.edu/dxarts.

The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) at the
University of Washington in Seattle announces the establishment of a new
path-breaking Ph.D. program. DXARTS is an autonomous degree granting
Center in the College of Arts and Sciences at the UW. The new Ph.D.
program embraces an expansive range of digital and experimental arts
practice and research across multiple disciplines. Faculty and students in
DXARTS work both in established areas of experimental arts such as Digital
Video, Physical Computing, Mechatronics, Computer Music and Sound Art,
Computer Animation, Telematics, etc., as well as pursue innovative areas
of arts research and creative context that have no media allegiance or
historical precedent. Creative work underway in DXARTS draws from all
combination of arts and sciences, and actively seeks the invention of
completely new domains of arts practice.

The deadline for receipt of complete pplications for the Ph.D. program is
February 1 for Fall 2004 admission. International students should apply as
soon as possible due to the extra administrative time needed to process
these applications.

For more information about DXARTS including a complete description of the Ph.D. program, instructions for application, and other particulars, see
our web site:

http://www.washington.edu/dxarts.

DXARTS also has a current search in progress for a tenure-track
faculty line. Details on the position can be found at our web site.

The Center also has several 1-2 year research/lecturer positions open and
will be seeking to fill 1 or more of these for the 2004-2005 academic
year.


OPPORTUNITY

Faculty Position in Mechatronics, Telematics and Robotics UW Seattle


Deadline:
Tue Oct 21, 2003 15:53

University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

www.dxarts.washington.edu

Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS)
University of Washington, Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media, is seeking a Multidisciplinary Arts Assistant Professor Position in Mechatronics, Robotics, and Telematic art forms to teach and conduct research. Masters degree or equivalent required.

Application must include: CV, artist statement, statement on pedagogy, and a cohesive portfolio of professional creative work. Support materials must include three references with phone numbers, mail and e-mail address, samples of previous course design and recent student work. Portfolio work may be formatted for viewing on any platform and may include video. Please include a SASE for return of materials. Also inform us if you will be attending the CAA conference in Seattle, WA.

Application materials should be addressed to: Professor Shawn Brixey, Chair, Digital Arts Search Committee, DXARTS, Box 353680, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195-3680. Priority will be given to applications received before January 15, 2004. The University of Washington is building a culturally diverse faculty, and strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates. The University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer.

A competitive recruitment and selection process is being conducted and if a U.S. worker is not selected pursuant to this process, an application for Alien Employment Certification may be filed on behalf of an alien to fill this job opportunity. Any person may provide documentary evidence bearing on the application (such as information on available workers, wages, working terms and conditions, or other pertinent information) to either:

Employment Security Department
AEC Unit
P.O. Box 9046
Olympia, WA 98507-9046

OR

Employment & Training Administration
Region VI, U.S. Department of Labor
Certifying Officer
P.O.Box 193767
San Francisco, CA 94119-3767