Teaching Opportunities

An array of colorful wet felt projects
 Colorful glass straws used for glasswork
 Grouping of bottles of frit on a table
 In front of a small mirror, a student places a stone on her finger to test it for use in a ring
 A rainbow colored knit mesh

We are seeking innovative, enthusiastic and qualified instructors to teach various introductory art classes to non-art majors at Miami University’s Phillips Art Center.

The Art Center offers short-term classes in Photography, Metals/Jewelry, Woodworking, Ceramics, Sewing/Fashion, Fiber Arts, Paper Arts, Glass Beading/Glass Work, Drawing, 3D Printing and Digital Design. Class sessions are 7 weeks long and each class meets for 2 hours. Basic Syllabus with suggested projects provided.

Positions are adjunct with a maximum teaching load of 9 credit hours per semester. You would be working in a wonderful facility and pleasant, inclusive work environment.

Qualifications

Applicants should have a MFA in related area or BFA with significant (at least 5 years) work/professional/teaching-related experience in area being taught.

Application Process

Please send the following to artcenter@miamioh.edu

  • resume or CV including your contact information, education, experience, and exhibitions
  • references
  • your website URL

Miami University is a equal opportunity employer.