The Department of Art at Rhode Island College provides a dynamic environment for learning. Students and faculty maintain high standards in a competitive yet supportive community. The Department is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) and by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education(NCATE).
We are seeking adjunct faculty for our Adjunct Pool. Instructors accepted into our Adjunct Pool will be approved for teaching a specific course or courses, but may not be assigned a course immediately.
The courses for which we seek qualified instructors are:
-FOUNDATIONS COURSES: (It is the belief of the Rhode Island College Department of Art faculty that a strong foundations program is essential to the understanding of basic concepts that students will need in their study of art. Students who remain in the recommended sequence complete six foundations courses in the first three to four semesters).
ART 101: Drawing I: General Drawing
ART 104: Design I: Two-Dimensional Design
ART 105: Drawing II: Figure Drawing
ART 114: Design II: Three-Dimensional Design
ART 204*: Synthesis/Three-Dimensional Emphasis
ART 205*: Synthesis/Two-Dimensional Emphasis
ART 225: Figurative Modeling
* While enrolled in Art 204 & 205, students are encouraged to take entry level concentration courses, such as Ceramics I, Photography I, etc.
-STUDIO CONCENTRATION COURSES, various levels: Ceramics, Photography, Printmaking, Graphic Design, and Typography.
-ELECTIVE COURSES: Digital Design (Pixel-Based and Vector-
Based) and History of Graphic Design.