Title – Adjunct Instructor, Photographic Media I
Start Date – Fall Semester, 2019
Department – Photography, Video, Film
Photographic Media I – Tuesday /Thursday 8:30am-11:10am
This class is an introduction to the tools, materials and aesthetics of photographic imaging. Students explore the basic principles of photography while they complete a series of assignments geared towards developing their technical and conceptual abilities. Issues related to camera vision, representation and picture interpretation are studied. Historical and contemporary image making is examined and analyzed through readings and class discussions. Students will engage analog, digital still and time-based visual imaging options. Class critiques follow the completion of each assignment as well as the final class project.
A Bachelor’s degree is required, along with an MFA in Photography. Candidates applying for the Photographic Media I course must be able to teach traditional film/darkroom photography, digital photography and have experience with Adobe Premiere.
The ability to lift heavy materials (30lbs). The ability to sit and stand for long periods of time is required. Position takes place in an educational environment; manual dexterity to use computers is required.
Please forward a letter of interest, a current resume/cv, twenty images of personal work, twenty images of student work, and a course outline that includes the core concepts and learning objectives of this specific course, to the Human Resources department at Montserrat College of Art, email@example.com , with the subject line “Photographic Media I.” Internal Application deadline: July 3, 2019.