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We are seeking a smart, efficient, and talented potter for production work in our vibrant Boston studio. We are looking for that unique person who is able to repeat all of the forms for our production line. Duties will include throwing the ware, slab work, loading and unloading kilns, and keeping pace with our production schedule. Our new potter should be meticulous, detail oriented, have great time management skills, and be open to growing into a variety of other roles such as styling, social media, show prep, and sales.
Who we are: 
The Jill Rosenwald Studio is a great creative team dedicated to producing and marketing some of our country’s most celebrated handmade pottery. Our work is happy, colorful and stylish. It is sold through prestigious design stores across the US and internationally at select shops. You will find examples of our pieces in the pages of O magazine, House Beautiful and a profile on Jill and the studio will be in the January issue of Better Homes & Garden.
Please check us out online at ; We are located near South Station in the sensational Fort Point Innovation District of Boston.
To apply:
Please send us your resume, cover letter, and photos or a website of current work via email to
In your cover letter please answer the following:
– Who are you?
– What is your background and why would you be a good fit for the Jill Rosenwald Studio.

369 Congress Street, Floor 2
Boston, MA 02210

Arts Consulting Group
Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts – Executive Director

Reporting to the board of directors, the Executive Director (ED) will be responsible for the overall leadership and administration of The Bray, including artistic direction, strategic programming, business operations, financial management, fundraising, community engagement, and equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives. The ED will oversee the daily operations of the organization, providing leadership in the areas of program compliance, quality assurance, program efficiency, and fiscal integrity. They will manage staff and be responsible for the direction and execution of all programs.

The ED will be actively in engaged in the world of contemporary ceramic art and will work to attract top artists. This person will activate their broad knowledge of and passion for ceramics and contemporary art to deepen the Bray’s global impact and build on its more than 70 years of success. Serving as primary ambassador to the local, national, and international clay community, the ED will inspire excellence and provide leadership. To submit a cover letter and resume, please visit For questions or general inquiries, please contact: Jenna Deja, Vice-President. Arts Consulting Group.Tel (888) 234.4236 Ext. 227. Email:

To support the development of a more diverse professoriate, the Department of Art & Art History at the University of North Carolina Asheville invites applications for the University Fellowship for Faculty Diversity (University FellowsProgram, to begin Fall 2022. The program invites pre-MFA and post-MFA candidates seeking a faculty position at a liberal arts institution with a strong desire to provide excellence in teaching at the undergraduate level. Applicants must have recently earned an MFA in Ceramics or nearing the completion of their degree, and specialize in wheel-thrown functional and decorative ceramics, glaze calculation, slip casting and kiln operation and maintenance as our curriculum prides itself on teaching students how to be practitioners beyond what the University facilities provides.

The successful candidate will have a lightened teaching load, extensive mentorship, and support for the development of their pedagogy and scholarship. The term of appointment is 2 (post MFA) to 3 (pre MFA) years. Following this term, the University Fellow may be offered a tenure-track position in the Department.

Applicants should submit the following electronically at

  •     Cover Letter addressing your interest in this position, why you are a fit for our undergraduate institution, a description of your creative and scholarly interests, and the ways in which you engage or contribute to the evolution of your discipline.
  •     Curriculum Vitae
  •     Teaching Philosophy: 1-2 pages describing your approach to teaching undergraduates at a liberal arts university.
  •     Diversity Statement:1-2 pages describing: (a) your experience in advancing diversity in teaching, scholarship and/or service; (b) examples of demonstrated leadership potential in the area of equity and inclusion; and © your understanding of the importance of diversity and inclusion to the mission of a liberal arts university.
  •     References:Names and contact information for three references from whom we will request letters of reference to be sent separately.

Inquiries only should be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Megan Wolfe

The School of Art and Design, New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University is seeking candidates for a tenure track faculty position in the Division of Ceramic Art at the rank of assistant or associate professor with an emphasis in ceramic sculpture.

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The Division of Ceramic Art, within the School of Art and Design at Alfred University, has a distinguished history as a premier institution for education in the arts and fosters a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary environment for research and practice. The Division of Ceramic Art is comprised of six full time faculty and three full time technicians; The Robert Chapman Turner Teaching Fellow and the Randall International Chair. The scope of the Division of Ceramic Art is wide-ranging, embracing history and innovation through traditional genres and emerging forms of visual art/craft/design. The material intensive curriculum develops skill and intellect through theory, technological research and creative practice. Undergraduate and graduate programs are strongly intertwined. In our two-year MFA program, graduate students navigate wide-ranging practices in the visual arts.

More information about the program can be viewed at: and