Employment Opportunities

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Assistant Professor in Book Arts
The University of Alabama School of Library and Information Studies

The University of Alabama School of Library and Information Studies is now seeking a faculty member for a full-time, tenure-track position in the MFA in the Book Arts program to begin August 2018 at the rank of Assistant Professor. Would you please pass this information to your membership? Please use the link below to access the full job listing.



Program Coordinator at Minnesota Center for Book Arts
Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA) is currently accepting applications for a full-time Program Coordinator to support educational programming serving youth at MCBA, including K-12 school groups, family classes, and summer camps. In addition, the Program Coordinator schedules off-site workshops for adults through libraries and senior centers, and provides support for adult onsite programs.

A strong understanding of workshop content, age appropriate activities, and diverse audience engagement are essential, as well as excellent organizational, planning and administrative skills. Applicants with a passion for arts learning, arts access, and youth development are strongly encouraged to apply. The position is a 40 hour per week commitment at a salary of $30,000.

More details on the position, responsibilities, qualifications, and application can be found at http://www.mnbookarts.org/employment.

Deadline for submission is Sunday, November 19, 2017.



Fellowship Opportunity at the University of Nevada Reno

The Black Rock Press in the Art Department at UNR announces the BRP Redfield Fellowship — the purpose of this fellowship is to give artists the opportunity to work at the Black Rock Press, and gain experience at an established academic book arts program, which conducts a range of activities within the field of artists’ books, fine press printing, and publication arts. The chosen candidate will be considered a member of the Black Rock Press staff, assisting with operations and projects, but will also be given the time and opportunity to do their own creative activities, and will be expected to produce a body of work during their fellowship period. The fellowship is for the duration of two academic years (late August to mid-May) excluding summer, and is a 20 hour per week commitment with an $11,000 stipend per year. Although the stipend is not distributed during the summer, there may be additional opportunities for the fellow to participate in summer projects and teaching depending on the interests of the applicant. For details please email Inge Bruggeman at ibruggeman@unr.edu

Deadline for submission is Monday, March 5th, 2018.



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