The Committee on Degrees in Theater, Dance & Media seeks applications for a lecturer in lighting design.
This lectureship involves teaching two courses per year, one per term. The position is for three years, with the second two years contingent on a satisfactory performance review during the first year. Appointments will begin on August 1, 2022.
Teaching introductory and specialized courses in lighting design.
Professional contributions to a department production in lighting design may, on occasion, count as a contracted course. There may also be opportunities to co-teach a course with other TDM faculty.
Advising students in Theater, Dance & Media, including thesis advisement and evaluation. Faculty typically advise and evaluate 1-2 theses each year.
Serving on Theater, Dance & Media and University Committees as needed, and participating in programming, mentorship, and curricular development.
Applicants should have at least three years of professional experience.
Demonstrated excellence in teaching is desired. Applicants with a background in more than one area of design for performance, and those with multimodal experience are especially encouraged to apply.
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Please submit the following materials through the ARIeS portal (http://academicpositions.harvard.edu). Candidates are encouraged to apply by May 6, 2022; applications will be reviewed until the position is filled. Review of applicants will begin on May 7, 2022.
Cover letter, including teaching philosophy, description of artistic practice, as well as a statement on any efforts to encourage diversity, inclusion and belonging in the classroom and artistic work.
Two syllabuses, each explaining the goals of the course, potential assignments, and a week-by-week outline of topics/materials/approaches.
Link to a portfolio with representative samples of creative work from the past five years.
Optional: evidence of teaching effectiveness, such as recent teaching evaluations.
Names and contact information of three to five references. Three letters of recommendation will be requested for long-list candidates.
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