Guest Artist in Costume Design in Theatre Arts (#756)
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The Department of Theatre Arts at Mount Holyoke College seeks a one-semester full-time guest artist in costume design for Spring 2019. Primary duties are teaching Costume Design II, teaching a costume history or topics course, designing costumes for a spring production, and mentoring the student designer of a second spring production. MFA expected. Undergraduate teaching and mentoring experience with a diverse student body is strongly preferred. Competitive salary.
Applications must be made online at https://jobs.mtholyoke.edu/. Please submit letter, CV, and link to website/portfolio. Please contact the Chair of Theatre Arts, Sally Sutherland, with any questions at email@example.com. Review of applications begins October 8 and continues until the position is filled.
Mount Holyoke is an undergraduate liberal arts college for women with 2,200 students and 220 faculty. Over half the faculty are women; one-fourth are persons of color. Mount Holyoke College is located about 80 miles west of Boston in the Connecticut River valley, and is a member of the Five College Consortium consisting of Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and Smith Colleges and the University of Massachusetts.
Mount Holyoke College is committed to enriching the educational experience it offers through the diversity of its faculty, administration, and staff members. Mount Holyoke seeks to recruit and support a broadly diverse faculty who will contribute to the college’s academic excellence, diversity of viewpoints and experiences, and relevance in a global society. In furtherance of academic excellence, the College encourages applications from individuals from underrepresented groups in the professoriate, including faculty of color, faculty with diverse gender identities, first generation college students, individuals who have followed non-traditional pathways to college due to exceptional talent and motivation in the face of adversity, such as societal, economic or academic disadvantages, and individuals with a demonstrated commitment to applying and including diverse backgrounds and perspectives to learning, scholarship, service, and leadership in the academy.