would like to announce a new position in the capacity of Adjunct Lecturer of Art History for a six-week course taking place February 22 - April 1, 2022 (Monday - Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:10 pm). This position is open to Internal and External applications.
Under the direction of the Dean/Vice President of Academic Affairs (VPAA), the Adjunct Lecturer would have the opportunity to create and design an introductory course within Art History subject matter.
AH 102: Art History Survey II: Renaissance to Modern
This course introduces students to a broad-based history of art from the Renaissance to the middle of the 19th century, tracing the development of Fine Art in Europe while also addressing art and architecture from non-western cultures and critically examining the emergence of global networks of culture and communication. In addition to developing a chronological framework, studying stylistic development, and learning fundamental art historical terminology, students will consider the social and intellectual implications of works of art, engage imaginatively in the interpretation of works of art, and reflect critically on how art structures notions of history and values.
Mode of Delivery:
- The course will be taught face to face on the campus of Kentucky College of Art and Design in Louisville, Kentucky. Any other modes of delivery will be at the discretion of the Dean/VPAA.
- Develop and teach to the objectives of the approved curriculum.
- Submit syllabi and other instructional materials in a timely manner.
- Maintain records of student academic progress and attendance, evaluate the level of achievement, and assign grades for the program.
- Complete a learning outcomes assessment form for the course.
- Maintain regular communication with students and, when appropriate, use the Academic Alert notification process.
- Assess student work in a timely manner and submit course grades by the posted deadline.
- Incorporate inclusive and effective teaching methods/styles that support successful learning appropriate to a diverse student population.
- Infuse multicultural and diverse perspectives into the instructional process as appropriate and conduct classes in a manner that demonstrates respect for individual and cultural differences.
- Model and cultivate open-minded inquiry, an appreciation for diverse perspectives, and creative problem-solving.
- Develop and maintain healthy and positive working relationships with students, staff, faculty, and administration.
- Minimum Master's Degree in Art History; Ph.D. preferred.
- Preferred teaching experience: 3 years.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Evidence of teaching ability, curricular development, and scholarship.
- Sensitivity and ability to successfully interact with diverse populations.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we strongly encourage veterans, individuals with disabilities, women, and all minorities to consider our employment opportunities.
Any candidate offered a position will be required to pass pre-employment screenings as mandated by Human Resources. These screenings may include a national background check.
Salary: $4,000 (3 credit
Interested candidates will need to submit a letter of interest, CV and unofficial transcript through our applicant portal
For any other questions regarding this position or for more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 2009, The Kentucky College of Art + Design is proud of its success. Core values and principles have helped to shape the institution and our work toward a mission to provide a transformational experience for our students.
As a brand-new college looking to demonstrate the value of the arts to society, we embrace the ability of the arts to reflect a generation's interests and opinions. This college places the meaning of practice and the artist's voice besides the skills and the tools with which we speak.
From our histories to new technologies, from our crafts and material practices to a new digital world of the virtual and unreal, we investigate the very roots of what it means to be human in a wide variety of ways. Artists use not only intuition and speculation but also spiritual, emotional, analytical and material ways to search for new knowledge.
In November 2018, the Kentucky Council on Post-Secondary Education granted the authority to grant a BFA in Studio Art. is currently seeking full accreditation that will enable student access to title IV Federal Funding.
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