Adjunct Faculty - Art History
Flashpoint Chicago, a campus of Columbia College Hollywood is looking for Adjuncts for Art History.
Introduces the study of visual culture through a combination of media studies, art history and criticism, and cultural studies. Students explore the visual (and audiovisual) logic of contemporary media and culture, including art, film, advertising, television, news media, the internet, social media, and interactive media. Coursework aims to broaden knowledge and cultural awareness while also sharpening skills in writing, research, and visual literacy.
Responsibilities and Duties
Teach 4 hours a week in classroom, post grades and administrative tasks in a timely manner. Be present for all scheduled course meetings.
- Cover letter
- Resume or CV
send to [email protected]
Flashpoint College is an accredited college offering degrees in in the fields of media arts and sciences. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. Qualified applicants for employment with criminal histories are considered in a manner consistent with the requirements of the State of IL Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.
About Columbia College Hollywood
Columbia College Hollywood educates students in the art and science of communications and the diverse media of contemporary storytelling within an exploration of the liberal arts. Our rigorous course of study and practice prepares graduates to be analytical thinkers and effective communicators who are creative, knowledgeable, and responsible contributors to advancing a curious, thoughtful, and compassionate global community.
Columbia College Hollywood is committed to fostering a learning community that promotes creativity, innovation, and growth through education, collaboration, and a common love of the entertainment arts. We inspire communication, collaboration, and personal growth.
Columbia College Hollywood was originally established in the 1952 in the MacArthur Park neighborhood of Los Angeles as a branch campus of Columbia College in Chicago. The curriculum was designed to focus on the burgeoning television and radio industries and featured a faculty made up of working television and radio professionals. In 1959, Columbia College Hollywood separated from the Chicago institution to operate as an independent, private, nonprofit college.
During the 1960s, as the entertainment industry grew and changed, the college established a cinema department with a dual focus on film and television. To serve its expanding curricula and student population, the college moved to a new campus on Las Palmas Avenue in Hollywood in 1970. In 1997, Columbia College Hollywood established its current campus in the historic, former world headquarters of Panavision, a foremost designer and manufacturer of cameras and lenses for the film and television industries. The college is now located in the heart of the San Fernando Valley, providing access to major film and television studios in Los Angeles.
In 2018, Columbia College Hollywood merged with Tribeca Flashpoint College in Chicago, Illinois. As a result, a wider range of programs and services are available to students at both locations and online. The campus in Illinois is now known as Flashpoint Chicago, a campus of Columbia College Hollywood.
Columbia College Hollywood
18618 Oxnard Street
Los Angeles, CA 91356
28 North Clark Street
Chicago Illinois 60602