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Instructor will work within the Visual & Performing Arts Department to teach foundational and intermediate studio art and digital design courses. Studio courses may include, but are not limited to, Two-Dimensional Design, Drawing, Painting and Portfolio, Design courses could include digital photography as well as adobe suite instruction. Instructor must be well-versed in a range of foundational techniques, materials and processes. The instructor must be able to work with PLO and GLO assessment tools, supporting the campus gallery, supporting student exhibitions, and other duties as needed. The department has several majors including Visual Communications, Interior Architecture & Design, Illustration, Art Education, Art and Photography, minor include all of the above as well as Animation and Theater.
All faculty in the Department of Art & Design are expected to fully participate and support activities outside of the classroom such as student exhibitions, related college events, and also work off campus within the creative community.
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