Position overviewPosition title: Lecturer
Open May 4th, 2021 through Saturday, Apr 30, 2022 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time)
he Department of Art at UCLA is creating a pool of applicants for potential temporary part-time teaching positions, in various areas of study in the department, such as Ceramics, Interdisciplinary Studio, New Genres, Painting and Drawing, Photography, Sculpture. In addition to studio courses, the department also offers lecture and seminar courses in art, including courses addressing issues in contemporary art.
Applicants should apply to each specialty area they would like to teach.
For more information about the Department of Art, see the website: http://www.art.ucla.edu
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