The AHL (Art, Humanity, Love) Foundation is seeking to hire an Art History Lecturer for the fall semester. The lecturer will be responsible for college level art history instruction in the Korean language for one semester (15 class sessions). The instructor can design his/her own course with different areas of emphasis depending on his/her own expertise. Area of emphasis for the upcoming semester must be approved by the AHL Foundation before the beginning of each semester. The starting date for the position is September for the Fall 2017 semester.
Examples of past Art History Classes: • History of Photography • Visual Culture and Modernity in East Asia • Visual Culture and Art in East Asia since 1940 • Historical Survey of Western Art • Nineteenth-Century Art in Europe and North America • Art and Culture of Korea • History of East Asian Art • History of Architecture: Ancient to Contemporary Requirements: • MA in Art History is required and a Ph.D. preferred. • Competence in oral and written communication skills necessary for effective teaching in Korean. • A record of post-secondary teaching experience is required, as well as a demonstrated ability to work with adult continuing-ed students. • Ability to teach all courses, as assigned, for the full duration of scheduled instruction.
Compensation: $150 per class session (classes are 1.5 hours)
To Apply: Please send a cover letter, C.V. and contact information for two references to email@example.com by August 15, 2017.
About AHL Foundation AHL (Art, Humanity, Love) Foundation is a 501(c)3 visual arts organization with a mission to support artists of Korean heritage living in the United States. Founded in 2003, the AHL Foundation is committed to seeking, promoting and providing greater exposure for talented Korean and Korean-American artists while building a wider public awareness of the important cultural contributions made by these artists. AHL programs include the Archive of Korean Artist in America (AKAA), public commissions, exhibitions, art history classes, public lectures, museum and gallery tours along with professional development opportunities for artists through its Visual Art Awards and Project Grants including the biannual AHL-Jason J. Kim Grant, which is the largest visual art grant of its kind in the United States.
Application Instructions / Public Contact Information
Please send a cover letter, C.V. and contact information for two references to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 15, 2017.