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- Teach undergraduate courses in sculpture and cross-media undergraduate/graduate level seminars;
- Conduct research;
- Advise students and develop curriculum;
- Help supervise 3-D labs;
- Oversee student assistants;
- Participate in the governance of the department;
- Other duties as assigned by the Department Chair.
- MFA or equivalent academic degree with a concentration in sculpture or related area/s;
- college-level teaching experience;
- a national exhibition record.
- Evidence of research, teaching and/or practice relevant to the context of Hawaii and the Asia Pacific;
- engagement with the future of sculpture and art in general;
- knowledge of technical, historical, critical, and contemporary issues in sculpture;
- the ability to collaborate and think across media and disciplinary boundaries;
- an active international exhibition record;
- experience teaching introductory, advanced and graduate level college courses;
- experience managing labs dedicated to mechanical and digital fabrication.
- Mary Babcock, Chair, Sculpture Search Committee
- University of Hawaii
- Department of Art & Art History
- 2535 McCarthy Mall, Art 142
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Mary Babcock, Chair, Sculpture Search Committee; firstname.lastname@example.org
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