The successful candidate will join an innovative,
studio-centric, and socialjustice-oriented Art Education department of BFA and graduate education at the firstpublic art college in the
country. They will provide leadership for our student teachingexperiences. Our practice-based and studio-centered curriculum will allow
thesuccessful candidate the opportunity to teach courses in art teacher education, theory,pedagogy, and/or contemporary studio
- Master’s Degree in
Education, Fine Arts or Directly Related Field
- Experience in public K-12 settings (minimum 5yrs)
- Experience working
successfully with children, youth, families, schools, and educational systems that have been historically marginalized, especially in urban
- Positive public face and demonstrated collaborative partnership experience
- Appreciation of the value of
contemporary art in art teaching
- Demonstrated commitment to social justice, access, and equity in
- Experience supervising student teachers.
- Active art
- Familiarity with state certification requirements (especially with MA DESE CAP standards).
- Terminal degree
(MFA/PhD/EdD) or ability to complete a terminal degree within 5years of hire
To Apply: Please complete our online
application. All candidates must have legal authorization to work in the United States. Pre-employment background checks, including criminal
history, will be conducted for all positions. Candidates for this position may be screened out if there are apparent mistakes in the
documents submitted or if there is failure to follow application instructions.
Materials to be submitted:
- Diversity Statement
- Teaching Philosophy
- Examples of the curriculum or syllabus of a course
- 10 examples of students’ works
- Optional: 10-20 images of personal work. For time basedmedia, 5-10 still images
+ 5-10 minutes of video with providedlink
- Optional: up to 3 publications
Massachusetts College of Art and Design is a
public, independent institution that prepares artists, designers, and educators from diverse backgrounds to shape communities, economies,
and cultures for the common good, and demonstrate our values by:
- Pursuing a just, compassionate, and equitable learning
- Cultivating rigorous creative practices by observing, questioning, making and remaking.
- Honoring courage,
honesty, mutual respect, and self-expression.
- Believing in the power of art and design to transform our world.
that MassArt does not provide employment-based visa sponsorship or non-student exchange visitor visa sponsorship for administrators,
managers, technical staff, library staff or support staff. All offers of employment are based on appropriate U.S. work
MassArt currently does not provide reimbursement for travel.
Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) check
relative to prior criminal convictions and pending cases, as well as Sex Offender Registry Information (SORI) checks relative to prior
sexual offenses committed as an adult or juvenile will be conducted on the final candidate prior to an offer of employment. MassArt requires
specific written authorization to conduct background checks. Failure to provide such authorization shall preclude your application from
receiving further consideration.
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