Alfred University in New York State, USA, has just opened-up an International Sculptor-in-Residence and teaching position, due to commence in the spring of 2013.
This position is open to established, internationally-based artists living outside of the United States who by virtue of extensive experience can bring diverse cultural experiences to teaching at Alfred. The Randall Chair was established in 2007 to honor the legacy of artist and educator Theodore Randall who is remembered as the architect of the School of Art and Design at Alfred and as a significant artist and organizer in the field of ceramic art.
The Division of Sculpture and Dimensional Studies seeks those working in the field of contemporary sculpture; including installation, performance, public art, and object-based practices who can facilitate a rigorous and innovative connection with the faculty and students in the School of Art and Design. The Sculpture and Dimensional Studies Program is dedicated to the investigation of contemporary sculptural practice in a variety of forms and mediums, and operates facilities in metal fabrication, papermaking, woodworking, hot and cold glassworking, mold making, and casting. In addition, the Division of Sculpture and Dimensional Studies is home to the National Casting Center, an innovative and extraordinary set of facilities focused on the exploration of cast glass and cast metal foundry.
For more information or to apply for the position, visit: http://www.alfred.edu/hr/viewpost.cfm?ID=813