The Department of Art at Mary Baldwin University seeks an Adjunct Faculty Member to teach two undergraduate in-seat (in-person) for fall of 2023. The list of these courses follow:
ART 111: DRAWING I (A) – Required for studio art majors. For students who have had little or no experience in art as well as those whose abilities have already been developed in high school programs. A basic-level course emphasizing perceptual skills of drawing, expressiveness and composition. Various media are explored. Materials fee.
Scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9:25 am – 12:05 pm.
ART 112: PAINTING I (A) – Required for studio art majors. A student’s drawing experience is helpful but not required. An introduction to the basics of painting, emphasizing composition, value, and color. Materials fee.
Scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays: 1:25 pm – 4:05 pm.
MFA in studio art with teaching experience at the college level preferred.
Send CV, cover letter (please indicate course interests), and three professional references to email@example.com.
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