Adjunct Professor – Visual Arts
|Job Title:||Adjunct Professor – Visual Arts|
|Departments:||Department of Visual Arts|
|Reports To:||Chair, Department of Visual Arts|
Houston Baptist University (HBU) invites applications for Adjunct Professor of Visual Arts. The Department of Visual Arts, part of the School of Fine Arts, offers degrees in Bachelor of Fine Arts – Studio Art, Bachelor of Arts – Studio Art, and Master of Fine Arts – Studio Art. Additional degrees with Art emphasis include the Bachelor of Science – All Level Teacher Certification in Art and Bachelor of Arts – Art Therapy.
The candidate will teach courses based on expertise and need, including but not limited to studio art courses, undergraduate art history courses, and art appreciation.
Applicants should have an MFA or PhD from an accredited university. The successful candidate will have a distinguished record and demonstrated excellence in teaching, as well as be able to clearly express how their Christian faith enriches, guides, and under-girds their understanding of creative art. Additionally, the candidate will be able to articulate a vision for the role of his or her discipline at HBU that is supportive of the Ten Pillars vision statement. The Ten Pillars vision statement may be found at hbu.edu/about-hbu/the-ten-pillars/
Houston Baptist University is an independent, private Christian liberal arts institution with a diverse student body. It has access to all the cultural advantages of one of the largest metropolitan centers in the country. For more information about the University and the School of Fine Arts, visit hbu.edu
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Interested candidates should complete the online application, which includes three letters of recommendation, a letter of interest, and curriculum vita. Additional materials may be requested at a later date.
Direct questions about this position to Tiffany Bergeron, Chair of the Department of Visual Arts (email@example.com).
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