Part Time Faculty - Foundations

The South Carolina School of the Arts at Anderson University seeks a part time instructor to teach Foundations and/or Drawing in the Department of Art and Design in the fall of 2016. The individual may teach Beginning or Advanced Drawing, Figure/Life Drawing, or Foundations 1. Foundations is a dynamic team-taught course that includes observational drawing, 2D design, 3D design and color theory.  Anderson University is a comprehensive liberal arts university with an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit.  Affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention, we encourage candidates with a strong Christian value system and lifestyle, active church membership, and commitment to the integration of faith and learning to apply. 

The potential opportunity may also exist to teach Foundations 2 and/or drawing courses in the spring of 2017.

Minimum requirements are an MFA, or other appropriate qualifications and experience in the discipline.

Send, via email, a digital curriculum vitae, samples of personal and student work, and a completed AU application, found at http://www.andersonuniversity.edu/facultystaff.aspx?id=2389, to Dr. Jo Carol Mitchell-Rogers at jmitchell-rogers@andersonuniversity.edu

Additional information may be obtained by calling Nathan Cox, Art Dept. Foundations Program Coordinator and Associate Dean of the South Carolina School of the Arts, at 864-231-2047, or Dr. Jo Carol Mitchell-Rogers, Dept. of Art and Design Chair, at 864-231-2151.

Anderson University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of diversity within its faculty, staff, and students.

Anderson University does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. Please direct inquiries to Dr. Beverly McAdams, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion/Title IX Administrator, Merritt Administration Building, 3rd floor, 316 Boulevard, Anderson, SC, 29621, (864) 231-2126, bmcadams@andersonuniversity.edu or to the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education at ocr@ed.gov.