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Temporary Faculty Pool - Lecturer in Studio Art, Graphic Design, and Interior Design

Employer
California State University - Fresno
Location
California, United States
Salary
Salary Not Specified
Date posted
Aug 23, 2022


Temporary Faculty for the Department of Art and Design

Department Overview :

The Department of Art and Design offers exciting and creative opportunities for students to nurture and expand their artistic and design senses by providing a broad range of experiences that prepare its graduates for art and design-related opportunities and artistic endeavors.

Learn more about our department at http://www.fresnostate.edu/artshum/artanddesign/index.html

Position Summary : Art & Design course catalog link

The successful candidate may teach courses in the following areas.
  • Lecturer in Art 112: Gallery Techniques
    • Course description: Introduction to museum practices related to exhibition selection, design, and installation techniques. Field trips, lectures, projects, and critiques.
  • Lecturer in Studio Arts: Please see specific requirements for each after the application procedure.
    • Animation: ART 37, 80, 101, 181, 184
    • Ceramics: ART 60
    • Foundations: ART 14, 16, 116
    • Graphic Design: 37, 60
    • Photography: ART 30
    • Sculpture: ART 50
  • Student Teaching Supervisor in Art - Supervising student teachers in their last semester of the credential program at their respective school sites, and ensuring they are well prepared to begin their teaching career. EHD-155B, CI-161
The exact assignment is dependent upon the candidate’s strengths and program needs. The successful candidate may be called upon to teach in a distance education mode and will be encouraged to develop web enhanced and/or web-based instruction. Outcomes assessment and service learning are important components of the university curriculum.

Instructor Responsibility : Temporary faculty members are responsible for adherence to and implementation of university and system-wide policies as directed per Academic Policy Manual 306 , paragraph 2. Instructors are responsible for the preparation, delivery, conducting, proctoring, and grading (as appropriate) lectures, office hours, homework assignments, quizzes, class projects, and midterm and final exams. All classes must be offered and meet as scheduled throughout the entire semester, in the mode assigned and listed in the in the schedule of classes (i.e. asynchronous, synchronous, in-person, or hybrid).

Conditional Appointment

Please be advised that an appointment is contingent upon budget and enrollment considerations and subject to order of assignment provisions in the collective bargaining agreement between California State University and California Faculty Association. These provisions state the “Order of Work,” or the order in which available courses must be assigned to faculty, starting with tenure line faculty and ending with new lecturer appointees.

Appointees will be required to demonstrate eligibility to work in the United States (Fresno State is not a sponsoring agency for Temporary Faculty positions).

Salary Range - Commensurate with experience within ranks established by the CSU Salary Schedule (Lecturer AY-2358)

Anticipated Semester

The temporary faculty pool is continuously open, and positions are filled as needed, based on student enrollment and funding. This is a pool of part-time lecturers for the department to draw on as necessary. The number of positions varies from semester to semester, depending on the needs of the Department. Appointments from the pool are temporary and often made just prior to the start of the academic term. Applicants may need to be available to begin teaching on short notice. The pool will remain in place for two academic terms; those interested in remaining in the pool beyond that time must reapply.
  • Fall 2022: August 17, 2022- December 22, 2022;
  • Spring 2023: January 16, 2023- May 20, 2023
Application Procedures :

A review of applications continues on a rolling basis as teaching positions open. Review may begin as early March 30, 2022 for a Fall 2022 assignment.
  • Deadline is June 30, 2022 to be fully considered for Fall 2022 hiring.
  • Projected deadline is October 30, 2022 to be fully considered for Spring 2023 hiring.
  • Job Announcement for 2022-2023 Academic Year closing date is March 1, 2023.
Complete an online application at https://careers.fresnostate.edu, search for the appropriate Job Announcement, Create an Applicant Profile, or Login if you have already have an Applicant Profile, and attach the following materials:

  • Cover letter addressing qualifications and experience, and list of courses you are interested and qualified in teaching,
  • Curriculum vitae,
  • Names and contact information of at least three professional references - the committee will request current letters of recommendation, do not attach,
  • Statement on diversity: This statement provides the applicant’s unique perspective on their past and present contributions to and future aspirations for promoting diversity, inclusion, and social justice in their professional careers. The purpose of the diversity statement is to help the department identify candidates who have professional experience, intellectual commitments, and/or willingness to engage in activities that could help Fresno State contribute to its mission in these areas,
  • Copies of unofficial transcripts from all relevant educational programs.


  • For inquiries contact Dr. Katherine Adams, Chair, E-mail: kathya@csufresno.edu.

    Minimum Requirements for all assignments
    • Education : M.A. in Art; M.F.A. preferred; additional requirements may be specified
    • A commitment to work effectively with faculty, staff, and students from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
    • Preference given to those with prior teaching at college level experienced.
    ANIMATION

    ART 37 : Introduction to Computer Art
    • An MA or MFA (preferred) in Art
    • The candidate must exhibit a strong experience with Photoshop and Illustrator in a fine arts context.
    • A background in Art History and Theory is preferred.
    ART 181 : 2D Animation 1 and ART 184: 2D Animation 2
    • An MA or MFA (preferred) in Digital Art, Animation or related field.
    • The candidate must be experienced with traditional and digital forms of 2D animation and storyboarding.
    • An understanding of animation in both a fine arts and industry context is required.
    • Experience with Adobe Animate, After Effects, Photoshop, and Illustrator is required.
    ART 80 : Beginning 3D Art-Modeling and ART 186 : Intermediate 3D Art-Animation
    • An MA or MFA (preferred) in Digital Art, Animation, or related field.
    • The candidate must have significant experience with 3D digital modeling and rendering using Autodesk Maya.
    • An understanding of 3D modeling in both a fine arts and industry context is required.
    • Additional requirement for ART 80 : The candidate must be able to teach correct modeling, texturing, lighting and rendering processes.
    • Additional requirement for ART 186 :The candidate must be able to teach all aspects of keyframed animation, including in-program animation editors, and introductory particles.
    ART 101 : Content and Form
    • A Ph.D. in Art Theory or Art History, or an M.F.A. that includes substantial studies in art theory.
    • The instructor should be currently involved in contemporary art theory, preferably with writing as well as reading.
    • The instructor will teach an undergraduate course in art theory, focusing on modernist and postmodernist art theory.
    • The course includes an emphasis on readings in critical theory since 1970. Topics may include semiotics, phenomenology, feminist studies, postcolonial studies, poststructuralism, and/or other contemporary theoretical perspectives related to art.
    ART EDUCATION

    EHD 155B : Final Student Teaching in Art- Subject-specific, supervision course for student teaching in secondary art classrooms. The instructor (supervisor/university coach) (1) will be responsible for supervising 4 or 5 student teachers during their final semester of student teaching in the public schools; (2) will observe each student teacher on 6-8 visits during their student teaching placements in local high schools, and communicates with the students and their master/mentor teachers about their progress; (3) supervises completion of the Fresno Assessment of Student Teaching (FAST).

    CI 161 : Methods and Materials in Secondary Art Teaching - A subject-specific, secondary methods course. Instructional procedures, techniques, and resources for teaching; appraisal of instructional innovations; classroom organization and management; measurement and evaluative techniques. The instructor needs to have a concrete understanding of newly revised California Visual Arts Standards and should apply them into the course design.



    Required Qualifications :
    • An earned master degree (M.A. or M.F.A) or higher in art education or a related field is required.
    • A secondary education teaching credential in Art or equivalent;
    • Minimum of three years of teaching experience at the K-12 level in public school settings;
    • Documented knowledge and expertise in middle and high school level teaching;
    • Deep understanding of National Core Arts Standards or newly released California Arts Standards for Visual Arts (January, 2019).
    Preferred Qualifications :
    • Demonstrated experience or scholarly activity in any of the following areas: a.) culturally responsive/sustaining pedagogy, b.) community art/socially engaged art, or c.) social justice
    • Expertise in a web-based platform for classroom instruction and/or online teaching experience;
    • Familiarity with the California Teaching Performance Expectations


    CERAMICS

    ART 60: Beginning Ceramics
    • Applicants must be technically skilled and knowledgeable in both traditional as well as experimental forming and glazing methods practiced within the field of ceramics.
    • Must be familiar with a broad range of ceramic materials, equipment, glaze chemistry and firings (gas and electric).
    • Ability to maintain a safe, well-organized and productive classroom environment is essential.
    • In order to contextualize ceramics as a three-dimensional art form, the successful applicant must be able to facilitate constructive and meaningful classroom discussions rooted in the analysis of historical and contemporary ceramics.
    • When necessary, must be able to deliver instruction virtually.
    FOUNDATIONS

    ART 14 : Three-Dimensional Design

    ART 16 : Introduction to Color Theory

    ART 116 : Advanced Color Theory
    • MFA or MA in Art and evidence of quality academic and/or professional experience, expertise, as demonstrated through submitted examples of applicant’s professional work and examples of their students’ work.
    • Submitted materials, including written statements, should demonstrate the candidate’s knowledge of color and concepts appropriate for teaching applied color theory.
    • Applicant must be thoroughly familiar with the course content and be able to guide students through the following Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes.
    • Instructor for the part time pool must be able to guide students to develop a thorough understanding and application of the tri-chromatic aspects of color (hue, value & chroma) and the interaction of color using acrylic paint to mix and match value and chroma, neutralized colors, local and apparent color and spatial illusions.
    • Instructor must be able to present information on the physiology of how and why we see, interpret, and use color to define a two-dimensional surface. Be able to inform students about how color may be used to create three-dimensional, spatial illusions on a two-dimensional plane. Instructor must be familiar with theories including Newton’s theory, electromagnetic spectrum, Munsell, Albers including the Ishihara Color Vision Test.
    • Instructor must be able to guide students to develop perceptual awareness and understanding of the nature of color in both additive and subtractive mixing processes and their application(s) and the connections between color, design and global cultures.
    GRAPHIC DESIGN

    GD 37. Graphic Design: Computer Imaging

    GD 60.
    Illustration Techniques

    Required Qualifications :
    • An earned MA or MS in Graphic Design, Visual or Applied Arts.
    • A minimum of five years professional experience in the discipline relevant to the particular graphic design course(s) posted in the part-time teaching pool.
    • PDF file- portfolio of images required. 10 images of applicant's work and 10 images of student work.
    PHOTOGRAPHY

    ART 30 . Introduction to Photography

    Required Qualifications :
    • MA in Art and evidence of quality academic and/or professional experience, expertise, and currency in Photography as demonstrated through submitted examples of applicant’s professional work as well as students’ art work.
    • Submitted materials, including written statements, should demonstrate the candidate’s knowledge of a range of photography techniques, approaches, and concepts appropriate for teaching Introductory digital photography class in the context of a fine art approach to the medium.
    Desired Qualifications :
    • MFA degree in photography, college or university teaching experience in photography.
    • Substantial exhibition record of personal work in a fine art context, national or international publications, professional commercial experience in photography, product, studio, portrait lighting expertise and experience.
    • Knowledge of the history of photography including the fine art and technical history of the medium.
    SCULPTURE

    ART 50 . Beginning Sculpture
    • Applicant must be familiar with a broad range of materials and processes for creating visual expression through three-dimensional form.
    • This class is designed to teach the beginning student a wide range of styles and methodologies, spanning basic traditional to very contemporary. Applicant must have experience with a variety of materials and tools, and be able to establish a strong foundation in three-dimensional visualization and realization, based on knowledge of the history of sculpture, as well as theory and conceptualization.
    About the Campus

    California State University, Fresno, is a forward-looking and diverse institution located in California’s Central Valley, known for its agriculture, reasonable housing costs, cultural diversity, and proximity to Yosemite National Park and the Sierra Nevada.

    The Fresno State campus sits in the midst of the San Joaquin Valley, a valley rich in the traditions and representation of Native American peoples and cultures. We are grateful to be in the traditional homelands of the Yokuts and Mono peoples, whose diverse tribal communities share stewardship over this land.

    California State University, Fresno is an engaged University. We focus on broadening students' intellectual horizons, fostering lifelong learning skills, developing the leaders of tomorrow, promoting community involvement, and instilling an appreciation of world cultures. We nurture cultural competence by celebrating the rich diversity of the campus community and welcoming the participation of all. Members of the University community are expected to work effectively with faculty, staff and students from diverse ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. For information on the University's commitment and dedication to creating a university known for its integrity, civility, equity, respect, and ethical behavior, please visit: http://www.fresnostate.edu/academics/diversity The campus is ranked 24th in the nation by Washington Monthly; ranked 3rd by U.S. News & World Report in graduation rate performance for public institutions; and, ranked 41st in the nation in MONEY Magazines 50 Best Public Colleges.

    Fresno State’s Principles of Community

    These Principles were developed collaboratively by faculty, staff, and administrators. They exemplify what we aspire to be. Find out more about our Principles of Community at: https://fresnostate.edu/president/strategic-plan/principles-of-community.html

    We all play a role in fostering an inclusive work and learning environment of respect, kindness, collaboration, and accountability where every member of the student body, faculty, staff, and administration can thrive. Our Principles of Community reflect our core values of Discovery, Diversity, and Distinction as well as our deep commitment to our mission "to boldly educate and empower students for success."

    Our Students

    California State University, Fresno is committed to serving our students with a focus on inclusion. Fresno State has been recognized as a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI); an Asian American/Native American/Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI); and has been designated to the Community Engagement Classification by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

    Other Campus Information

    In compliance with the Annual Security Report & Fire Safety Report of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, California State University, Fresno has made crime-reporting statistics available to applicants, students, and employees online at www.fresnostate.edu/police/clery/index.shtml. Print copies are available by request from the Campus Police Department.

    A background check (including criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily for this position. An offer of employment may be withdrawn or employment may be terminated based upon the results of the background investigation.

    The person holding this position is considered a "limited reporter" under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 Revised July 21, 2017 as a condition of employment. You can obtain a copy of this Executive order by accessing the following website: http://www.calstate.edu/eo/EO-1083.html .

    California State University, Fresno is a smoke-free campus. For more information, please click http://fresnostate.edu/adminserv/smokefree/index.html

    California State University, Fresno is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status, or protected veteran status.

    The California State University requires faculty, staff, and students who are accessing campus facilities to be immunized against COVID-19 or declare a medical or religious exemption from doing so. Any candidates advanced in a currently open search process should be prepared to comply with this requirement. The systemwide policy can be found at https://calstate.policystat.com/policy/9779821/latest/ . Accordingly, you may be required to show proof of vaccination by your start date. You can find more information here .

    Out of State Employment

    Per CSU-wide policy (HR2021-04), all faculty who will begin initial employment (or return from a 12-month break in service) on or after January 1, 2022 are required to perform their work from within the State of California. Faculty hired prior to January 1, 2022 must be available to perform work in the State of California if their assignment is in-person.

    Advertised: 28 Mar 2022 Pacific Daylight Time
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