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Job Vacancy: Associate Professor in Fine Art

The Ruskin School of Art together with Lady Margaret Hall and St Anne’s College seek to make two senior appointments of outstanding practice-led researchers (artist and/or curator) and committed teachers able to inspire students from a variety of backgrounds, from undergraduate to doctoral level.

Photo by John Cairns

 Applications are invited from practitioners of international stature with a commensurate history of exhibition and publication, and a track-record of excellent teaching. The successful candidates will be appointed to an Associate Professorship or full Professorship in Fine Art, and to a tutorial fellowship with Governing Body membership at Lady Margaret Hall (LMH) or at St Anne’s College.

The area of expertise is open within practice-led contemporary art research. The appointee will need to demonstrate a high level of engagement with the practical, theoretical, curatorial, and educational aspects of contemporary art.

Applications are particularly welcome from women and from black and minority ethnic candidates, who are currently under-represented in academic posts within the University of Oxford. Applicants will be judged on merit, according to their ability to satisfy the selection criteria as outlined in full in the job description.

Further details at the link: Vacancies at the Ruskin

Application deadline: 12 noon, 29th January 2024.