Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Painting
University of Canterbury
Christchurch, NZ
4d ago

What You Will Do

UC's Ilam School of Fine Arts is looking for an experienced academic / artist to be a Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Painting.

In this position, you will deliver high quality teaching to our painting students, supervise Honours and Masters students, produce high calibre research outputs and assist with administrative duties within the School.

Who You Are

To be successful in this position, you will be active in research / building your research portfolio, scholarship and creative work.

You will also have the following :

  • Master's Degree or equivalent (NZQA Level 9), preferably a Master of Fine Arts
  • A sophisticated knowledge of contemporary art practice, with a particular understanding of contemporary painting practice and its historical antecedents.
  • An appreciation of the cultural and artistic contexts of Aotearoa / New Zealand and how these relate to a global arts network / discourse.
  • An ability to discuss, practice and operate across a diverse set of art practices / disciplines.
  • Who You Will Work With

    The School of Fine Arts offers a boutique-style education in both the practical field of fine arts and the wider liberal arts.

    The ability to specialise in one of the five disciplines - design, film, painting, photography and sculpture - is unique within New Zealand.

    Staff are all practicing artists, designers, filmmakers and curators with established reputations. Our recent graduates join a longlist of highly regarded alumni who continue to make significant artistic, cultural and social differences in New Zealand and the world beyond.

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