- Teach the course 2D Materials and Concepts. Prepare a detailed
syllabus for the course and distribute a copy of the syllabus to
each student. The syllabus must conform to the requirements set
forth in the Faculty Handbook and those that may be established by
the department chair.
Course Description: An exploration of a variety of two-dimensional
art and design practices through analysis, synthesis and
experiential studio methods. Students completing this course should
be able to:
1. Identify and apply formal principles of design in
· Students will produce works that manipulate and apply formal
design elements and their principles of organization, and apply
basic principles of color theory.
2. Defend two-dimensional visual choices in relation to
visual culture and the history of art.
· Students will research, apply, and describe visual choices as
they relate to visual culture and art history.
3. Formulate concepts that apply traditional principles
in a contemporary context.
· Students will visually apply semiotics and postmodern approaches
in specific projects.
- Maintains weekly office hours. When classes are in session,
part-time faculty are expected to be on campus at least one hour
for each course taught to meet with students outside class. These
meetings may take place immediately before or after class.
- Keeps an accurate record of student attendance and reports
excessive absences to the Associate Vice President of Academic
- Maintains an accurate record of grades and submits final grades
in a timely manner to the Registrar.
- Seeks ways to improve teaching effectiveness. Evaluates
teaching effectiveness through student ratings of course and
instruction and self-evaluation.
Application Instructions Equal Employment Opportunity
- Master’s degree and 18 graduate hours in teaching subject. In
exceptional cases, outstanding professional experience and
demonstrated contributions to the teaching discipline may be
presented in lieu of formal academic preparation. Such cases must
be justified by the institution on an individual basis.
- Previous teaching experience preferred but not required.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality and exhibit good judgment
in making decisions concurrent with College policy.
- Ability to work cooperatively with all constituents
- Excellent written and oral communication skills and knowledge
of course content
Flagler College provides equal employment opportunities to all
employees and applicants for employment without regard to race,
color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, marital
status, familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity or
expression, or any other protected characteristic. In addition to
federal law requirements, Flagler College complies with applicable
state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in
every location in which the College has facilities. This policy
applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including
recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff,
recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and
Inquiries regarding discrimination on the basis of sex and gender
may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator, to the Assistant
Secretary for Civil Rights at the United States Department of
Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR), or both. Contact
information for the above referenced Title IX Coordinator and OCR,
as well as the College’s Sexual Harassment Policy can be found