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Full-time appointment in Ceramics. The Ceramics Department of the Maryland Institute College of Art invites applications for this full-time faculty position with a multi-year renewable contract in a non-tenure institution beginning August 1, 2020.

We are committed to creating a diverse community of faculty, staff, and students and people of all backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

Job Description:

The College seeks an accomplished and innovative artist engaged in ceramics and committed to inclusive pedagogy. The successful candidate will be passionate about the evolution and future of ceramics, have an appreciation of the dynamic nature of ceramics across genres, and an understanding of the field’s traditions.
The successful candidate will have a strong background across all ceramic methodologies, and have the ability to integrate theoretical, material, practical and social issues into Ceramics studio pedagogy.

Apply:  The College will review applications as received.  Although materials received before November 8th, 2019 are best assured of receiving full consideration, the position will remain open until filled.  All inquiries, nominations and applications will be held in the strictest confidence.

Announcement Link:–Ceramics_R458

University of Minnesota – Department of Art
Assistant Professor of Art – Ceramics – Full-Time Tenure-Track (Job ID 332969)

The University of Minnesota’s Department of Art in the College of Liberal Arts invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Art – Ceramics – Full-Time Tenure-Track (Job ID 332969) faculty position to begin fall semester 2020 (08/31/2020). The Department of Art seeks an artist with contemporary ceramic arts expertise to join our renowned Sculpture and Ceramics practice area. We welcome artists open to cross-disciplinary practices that will offer students a dynamic learning environment and a significant depth of competencies in traditional and non-traditional approaches to ceramic arts. To learn more and apply, visit:  University of Minnesota’s Find a Job site and search Job ID 332969

The Department of Art is committed to building an intellectually vibrant, culturally inclusive, and academically diverse community of exceptional faculty. The teaching load is two courses each semester and salary and benefits are highly competitive. Finalists will be eligible for travel-related expense reimbursement. Appointment at the rank of tenure-track assistant professor will depend on qualifications and experience consistent with collegiate and University policy. This is a 100% appointment distributed over the nine-month academic year (late-August to late-May).

Position beginning January 1, 2020

Qualified candidates must possess an MFA by the start of employment, and present evidence of an active exhibition record and professional achievements.

Applicants must provide evidence of committed teaching within the discipline, demonstrate proficiency teaching the theories of Ceramics, at all levels, with a strong knowledge of traditional methods and techniques such as wheel-throwing, hand-building, slip-casting, mold-making, clay and glaze formulation; high/low firings in both gas/electric kilns. Applicants should also be fluent in contemporary theory and practices in contemporary art.

Teaching experience beyond graduate assistantships and teaching experience within art foundations are preferred.

Applicants must send a letter of application, a current CV, artist statement, teaching philosophy, one PDF containing 20 images of personal work and image list, one PDF containing 20 images of student work and image list, one PDF containing 20 images of 2D & 3D Foundations student work and image list along with digital MFA transcripts and contact information for three references to “Ceramics Search” at

Preference given to those applications arriving prior to October 07, 2019, position open until filled. Visit this link for position full details and application process

Starting Date: August 2020

Minimum Qualifications:
1) An earned M.F.A. in Art with an emphasis in Ceramics or an M.F.A. in Ceramics.
2) Evidence of successful college teaching experience at the undergraduate level.
3) Evidence of an ability to teach a broad range of courses in ceramics ranging from pottery to sculpture.
4) Evidence of a skilled contemporary ceramic art practice with an active exhibition record.
5) Evidence of an ability to supervise a ceramics facility and equipment.

Preferred Qualifications:
1) Evidence of successful teaching experience at the graduate level.
2) Demonstrated expertise in hand building, wheel throwing, mold making, glaze formulation, and firing techniques.
3) Demonstrated knowledge of the multi-cultural history of ceramic art with an emphasis on contemporary issues.
4) Two years of teaching experience post M.F.A. at the college or university level.
5) Evidence of successful experience overseeing part-time faculty, teaching associates, student assistants, and staff.

Candidates will teach a wide range of subjects in ceramic art at all levels. These teaching responsibilities may include undergraduate and graduate courses and seminars in Studio Art.

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  The Education Coordinator position is responsible for collective development and onsite management of educational programs, classes and workshops for adults and youth, and for administering evaluation for such programs, as well as and hiring and managing teaching artists affiliated with such programs. The Education Coordinator will operate and support NCC’s MN NICE program and NICE2, which are in their sixth and third years, respectively. This position works closely with NCC’s Deputy Director of Operations & Director of Learning/Artist Services and NCC’s Studio Manager to advance NCC’s educational programs, to maintain education facilities, and to provide special education convenings, trainings and professional development opportunities to NCC’s student learners. This position supports the Director of Learning/Artist Services with the oversight of NCC’s overarching building and equipment needs; the management of contractors for specific technical and mechanical services; and the budgeting for equipment, supplies and facility maintenance.

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Ephraim Pottery is looking for an experienced ceramic artist to join our collaborative studio in Lake Mills, Wisconsin.

Job Description:

Full time, experienced production potter or sculptor willing to be trained in production glazing with our custom glazes. Applicants must have an extensive understanding of clay and its associated techniques and properties, and an advanced skill level working with clay. 

Salary: $30,000.00–$40,000.00/year + benefits, bonuses

To apply, email with the subject line: Potter/Sculptor Artist. Include a short biographical video introducing yourself, including how many years you have worked with clay and in what capacity. Additionally, please attach your resume and images of your clay work and/or production work. If you are applying for the Potter/Glazer position, please include a video of you throwing a pot.

Accepting applications through September 30th.

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Clay Art Center is hiring a new Executive Director. Located in Port Chester, NY, less than 30 miles from New York City, CAC is a nationally recognized non-profit ceramic arts center offering: studio space for ceramic artists, an active exhibition gallery, education for adults and children, and extensive community arts and outreach programming. To learn more, or to apply, please visit our website: