Assistant Professor of Art History and Assistant Curator of Asian Art
The School of Art at Ball State University (Muncie, Indiana, USA)
welcomes applications for a tenure-track position at the level of
Assistant Professor of Art History and Assistant Curator of Asian Art to
begin August, 2019. Responsibilities include a 2/2 teaching load
consisting of undergraduate art history surveys and upper-level courses
in the candidate’s area of expertise. The remaining portion of the
faculty member’s load is devoted to serving as assistant curator of the
David Owsley Museum of Art’s collection of Asian art.
The School of Art at Ball State has forty-nine full-time faculty and offers state-of-the-art facilities serving almost 600 undergraduate majors as well as a growing graduate program. Programs at the BA, BS, BFA and MFA levels include animation, art education, art history, ceramics, drawing, glass, graphic arts management, metals, painting, photography and intermedia arts, printmaking, sculpture, and visual communication (graphic design).
Housed in the Art and Journalism building, School of Art students enjoy over 57,000 square feet of world-class facilities, a nationally ranked animation program, the Atrium Gallery, and the Glick Center for Glass. Students and faculty work closely with David Owsley Museum of Art on campus, among the finest university art collections in the nation.
Ball State University is accredited by the National Association for Schools of Art and Design.
PhD from an accredited institution conferred by the date of appointment, with research specialty in Asian art history.
Experience teaching at the college level beyond graduate assistantships, a record of scholarly publications, evidence of curatorial activities, a secondary field(s) of interest that would complement current course offerings or relate to the museum’s collection.
Apply online at:
Email Lara Kuykendall, PhD, search committee chair