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Camp Eagle Hill – Elizaville, NY Ceramics Instructor – Temporary

Camp Eagle Hill is looking for a responsible and well-skilled individual to be our Ceramics Instructor for the upcoming summer. This position would be contracted to start June 17th, 2018 and end on August 4th, 2018. 

Founded in 1963, Camp Eagle Hill is a family-run, co-ed sleepaway camp located in Elizaville, NY. Our campers range from the ages of 6-16 and come from not just the United States but also all over the world! Our Directorship knows and cares for all of our campers and staff and helps them to enjoy a great camp experience. 

Specific Responsibilities:
* Ceramics Instructor works 6 of the daily activity periods at their specific activity.
* The Ceramics Instructor works under the direct supervision of the Arts Program Director.
* This position calls for experience with both hand building and work on a potter’s wheel.
* Classes are generally given to groups of 6-8 campers.
* Instruction includes the development of basic skills and knowledge and helping each individual camper develop and create worthwhile projects that they can be proud of. 

* Strong ceramics background with formal educational training.
* Must be familiar with all aspects of the ceramics process from using the wheel, to glazing, to using a kiln.
* Must be able to handle these tasks without direct supervision.
* Must also be capable of handling the equipment in a safe and appropriate manner and ensure the safe and appropriate use by the campers.
* Required Experience: Ceramics Instructor, 1 year

Interested? Please email Michael Rivlin at — (914)-725-4876 

The Department of Art and Design at Eastern Kentucky University invites applications for a full time, tenure-track Assistant Professor in Ceramics.

All applicants must be proficient in the theories and fundamentals of Ceramics with a strong working knowledge of traditional methods and techniques such as wheel-throwing, hand-building, slip-casting, mold-making, clay and glaze formulation, high and low firings in both gas and electric kilns, and specialized firing methods such as pit firing and anagama with preference for salt firing and raku. The candidate should have the ability to adapt to emerging technologies and contemporary theories and practices to advance the relevance and quality of Ceramics. Applicants should articulate a vision for a rigorous curriculum in Ceramics with a focus on preparing students to succeed professionally by cultivating their technical, aesthetic, and creative processes.


  • Teach 3 classes per semester, primarily in ceramics, with foundations/art appreciation courses as needed.
  • Curriculum and facility development.
  • Studio and equipment maintenance.
  • Service and outreach – departmental, college and university committees including advising of students, and community engagement.

Application Review: Will begin May 10, 2018 and until the position is filled qualified candidates must apply to requisition number F00001P at
Eastern Kentucky University in an EEO/AA institution that values diversity in its faculty, staff and student body. In keeping with this commitment, the University welcomes applications from diverse candidates and candidates who support diversity.

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The School of Art, Design and Art History at The University of Tulsa seeks applications for a full-time visiting faculty position in the area of Ceramics and Three-Dimensional media, for the 2018-19 academic year beginning in August 2018. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience, teaching and current professional status.

We seek a colleague dedicated to the investigation of ceramics and 3D media in a contemporary art context. The department seeks an artist who complements the current faculty’s wide range of traditional and new genre specializations. Areas of expertise might include, but are not limited to: sculpture, architecture, ornamentation, utility and function, craft and objects, painting and ceramics, vessel making, 3-D digital fabrication/rapid prototyping, practical design/build techniques, traditional processes and/or emerging material processes, with an interest in digital technology, ceramics history and theory. Area of expertise open to any ceramics and/or 3D area.

The University of Tulsa is an Equal Opportunity Employer Disabled/ Veteran.