Jobs: Costume Manager and Professor of Museum Education

(1. Assistant Costume Shop Manager, Theatre Department, Williams College

The College is seeking an Assistant Costume Shop Manager to assist
in the day-to-day operation of a busy Costume Shop. The shop serves an
active Dance Program, Theatre Department and provides wardrobe support
for other performing arts events. Under the direction of the Costume
Shop Manager the Assistant Manager’s primary duties include
construction of costumes from designers’ renderings, assistance with
measurements and fittings, maintaining and supervising use of costume
stock and storage, help maintain equipment and supervision of the
Costume Shop in Manager’s absence.

This is a full-time, nine-month, two-year term position beginning
August 30, 2010. Hours vary within the academic year based on
production needs; occasional overtime is required.

Candidate must have experience in theatrical costume construction
techniques, including patterning, draping, cutting, stitching,
assembly and alteration. BFA or MFA in Costume Technology or related
field of study and/or 3 years of full time professional or high-level
academic costume shop work required. For optimal consideration please
submit cover letter and resume by June 15, 2010. Band 18. Please apply
to Job #300622-CSDF

Please send a cover letter and resume including Job # to:

The Office of Human Resources, Williams College

100 Spring Street, Suite 201, Williamstown, MA 01267

Phone: (413) 597-3129, e-mail:

(2. Visiting Assistant Professor, College of Visual Arts and Design, University of North Texas

Department: Art Education & Art History (N16120)
Rank/Title: Visiting Assistant Professor
Job Summary/Basic Function: Teach graduate and undergraduate art education / art museum education and related courses; assist students in securing summer internships and supervise interns; additional duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: ABD in art education or closely related field; art museum education experience.
Preferred Qualifications: PhD or EdD in art education or closely related field, K-12 teaching experience, university teaching experience and/or background in instructional technology are all preferred.
Area of Specialty: art education

Position Type: Faculty
Tenure Status: Non-Tenure Track
Appointment Basis: 9 Months

Required Applicant Documents: Curriculum Vitae
Cover Letter
List of Names and Contact Information of Three References

Apply here.

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