The ideal candidate will be a passionate and dedicated sculptor with the ability to teach three-dimensional studio processes at the introductory, intermediate, and advanced levels. The candidate will demonstrate strong teaching skills in woodworking, metalworking, traditional casting and clay sculpture, and digital 3D rendering. The candidate must have a substantial exhibition record and three (3) years of teaching experience at the college level. The candidate's work and teaching experience must reflect the ability to leverage a strong foundation in traditional artistic skill and practice as a platform for more divergent thinking and innovation. We are open to hybrid forms of creative and interdisciplinary inquiry that will connect to other units in the School and College.
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