Assistant Professor (non-tenure track), Photography, beginning Fall 2016. Boston University seeks an Assistant Professor of Photography to join the faculty in the School of Visual Arts. Teaching load will include traditional black-and-white darkroom and digital photography courses. Successful applicant can teach basic, advanced and creative concepts in photography and manage the Photography area, including photography studio and darkrooms, maintaining and overseeing equipment, supplies, and software. The ideal candidate will be able to envision, articulate and help to execute the expansion of a growing photography department within the School of Visual Arts.
Must have an MFA degree, a minimum of three years teaching experience at the undergraduate level, and a substantive national and/or international exhibition record. In addition to fluency in black-and-white darkroom and digital photographic processes, the ideal candidate will have an interest in new media, interdisciplinary practices, and new applications of photography in the expanded creative field. Committee and recruitment work are expected. Boston University offers excellent benefits and a faculty studio within a vibrant city.
Please upload a letter of application, CV with contact information for three references included, and your teaching philosophy, as well as 15-20 images of your work and no more than 15 images of student work to: http://bucfa.slideroom.com. Please do not upload more than requested. No email applications, please.
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