Join SCAD Hong Kong as a full-time Professor of Foundation Studies, a thoughtfully curated series of courses that provide undergraduate students with a studio foundation. Skills acquired in foundation studies propel students into major-specific disciplines where their achievements are internationally recognized with honors such as 2018 Emerging Product Designer of the Year presented by the European Product Design Award, 2018 CFDA Geoffrey Beene Design Scholarship Award, 2017 Student Emmy Award for Best Scripted Series and more.
In this role, you’ll be an essential part of the SCAD foundation studies team that inspires students to develop innovative solutions, advance drawing and design skills and build the visual language essential to their future creative careers.
The ideal candidate will have university-level teaching experience, a strong portfolio of professional work and the ability to teach drawing and design classes in an active and engaging learning environment. Experience with Adobe Creative Suite is preferred.
From skyscrapers to sacred temples, white-sand beaches to mountain views, Hong Kong’s creative scene spreads across the region. Providing the perfect backdrop for teaching and learning, the vibrant island city of Hong Kong thrives as a global capital of entertainment, digital media, fashion and design.
• Terminal degree in fine art or related art and design field
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For more information on SCAD Hong Kong, visit SCAD.edu.
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