Lecturer of Fine Art, Gloucestershire


Posted 4 months ago | ref: 213941

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Our client is looking to appoint an inspirational Fine Art Lecturer to contribute to the development and continued success of the BA Fine Art course. The successful applicant will be a practising artist with a national profile in relation to fine art and a depth of knowledge and understanding of current and historic trends in fine art. They will also have a track record of enhancement and innovation in relation to developing an outstanding learning experience for students.

Experience in the following areas are desirable

  • Theoretical and critical studies
  • dedicated studio spaces
  • 3D workshops
  • digital labs
  • extensive printmaking facilities
  • exhibition spaces 

The person & qualifications

  • Candidates from a broad range of Fine Art disciplines will be considered
  • Applicants will need to be skilled in teaching and supporting students at undergraduate level, as well as postgraduate level
  • You will be expected to contribute to research in the school toward the next REF exercise
  • Potentially supervising MPhil/PhD students.
  • Substantial experience of teaching Fine Art at Higher Education level will be considered an advantage

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