Friday, January 11, 2013

Vacancy: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Digital art /museum and gallery learning


University of London


Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Digital art /museum and gallery learning


Department of Culture, Communication and Media

Faculty of Children and Learning


Salary will be 37,382 to £53,233 pro-rata plus £2,323 London Allowance per annum

The appointment will be 0.8 FTE (not full-time as previously notified). Job share considered


The Art, Design and Museology Group (ADM) is within the Department of Culture, Communication and Media at the Institute of Education, University of London.  The group comprises researchers, educators, artists, museum professionals and art historians working collaboratively on research and teaching including initial teacher education and continuing professional development for artist educators and gallery, museum and heritage professionals including Doctoral studies, Masters programmes and short courses.  The ADM group has a world class reputation for teaching, researching and publishing in a wide range of art, design and museology contexts.


As a diverse interdisciplinary team, ADM focuses on the interrelationship between education and the cultural sector. You will enjoy working creatively in a collaborative studio context where priority is given to researching and learning in and through visual cultures, their locations and histories.


We are looking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in digital art /museum and gallery learning. Working with a dynamic and enthusiastic group in Art, Design and Museology you will play a leading role teaching two Masters programmes: Art and Design in Education and Museums and Galleries in Education, contribute to research and consultancy activities, write for publication and if suitably qualified contribute to Doctoral level provision.  You will have a strong understanding of contemporary theory and practice of digital arts and their significance for learning across formal and informal sectors.


In view of the nature of the work involved, any offer of appointment will be conditional on a satisfactory Criminal Records Bureau Enhanced Disclosure.


Reference:                89AC-CLCCM-5261


Closing date:            4 February 2013


To apply online please visit or tel 020 7612 6159


We positively encourage applicants from all sections of under-represented communities